Starred Review. Like buried treasure for cult movie enthusiasts, this memoir fromBritish film producer Deeley is rich with the star-studded back-stories of making major, if unconventional, Hollywood product.Deeley's account of making 1969's The Italian Job is as rivetingand suspenseful as the film. Deeley isn't shy about discussingbig-name associates, including Robert DeNiro, Dustin Hoffmanand Harrison Ford as actors new to the game. The grizzled movievet also gives fanboys exactly the kinds of stories they're lookingfor.
Blade Runners, Deer Hunters & Blowing the Bloody Doors Off: My Life in Cult Movies is Michael Deeley's roller-coaster ride of a memoir, from the sixties style icons of Britain to the mavericks of Hollywood in the drug-fuelled 70s and 80s.