S. F. Brownrigg
September 30, 1937|
El Dorado, Arkansas
|Died||September 20, 1996
|Occupation||Film director, film producer|
S. F. Brownrigg (September 30, 1937 – September 20, 1996), born Sherald Brownrigg, was an American film director and producer.
During the 1970s he directed several low budget horror films, such as Don't Look in the Basement. In 2001, a reviewer for the Michigan Daily called Poor White Trash 2 "the worst movie of all time." Other commentators[who?] value Brownrigg's work for his ability to create thrills with a minuscule budget.
|1973||The Forgotten, aka Don't Look in the Basement, aka Death Ward No. 13||Director/Producer|
|1974||Poor White Trash 2, aka Scum of the Earth||Director/Producer|
|1975||Don't Open the Door!||Director|
|1976||Keep My Grave Open||Director/Producer|
- Dickerson, Jeff (November 11, 2001). "Poor White Trash 2: Without a doubt the worst film ever made". The Michigan Daily. Archived from the original on October 5, 2007.
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