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Blu-ray Review - Mail Order Murder: The Story of W.A.V.E. Productions


"Mail Order Murder: The Story of W.A.V.E. Productions" initially seems like a standard offering of geek love to a filmmaking subculture, with the world of video moviemaking the subject for the documentary. Directors William Hellfire and Ross Snyder are quick to deliver their valentine to the ways of no-budget productions, asking writers and enthusiasts to recall their interactions with such bottom shelf entertainment, finding most impressed that something so awful could feel so right. And then "Mail Order Murder" finally focuses on what W.A.V.E. Productions actually achieved during their run, which takes the endeavor into a strange direction, examining the questionable ways of the company and their eventual quest to capture any sort of fetish for any sort of customer. No questions asked. Read the rest at


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