30 years of Brian Yuzna's grotesque satire, Society
It's been 30 years today since the first UK cinema release of Brian Yuzna's grotesque satire, Society. To celebrate I'm sharing an interview we did with it's lead Billy Warlock 2 years ago. Watch listen to it here.
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