Long before the digital age, filmmaker Mark Pirro produced a feature movie for $2,500 and got it to sell, a few years later, he produced another, then another, and has continued this pattern for over 30 years. This 1994 documentary chronicles the making of his first five films. Included are rare interviews, clips and behind the scenes from Polish Vampire in Burbank, Curse of the Queerwolf, Deathrow Gameshow, Nudist Colony of the Dead and Buford’s Beach Bunnies. You will learn about some of the innovative ways Pirro created these films rarely with financial aid. Includes bits from various television news programs promoting these low budget wonders.