Legendary screenwriter and director David McGillivray will have his eagerly-awaited autobiography Little Did You Know: the Confessions of David McGillivray published by Fab Press in June.
McGillivray wrote some classic British horror films in the seventies such as House of Whipcord, Satan’s Slaves, Terror, and Schizo, working with the likes of Peter Walker and Norman J. Warren. He is also an expert on the British sexploitation films of the sixties and seventies, and recently issued an updated edition his seminal book on the subject, Doing Rude Things. As well as movies, he’s written for many comedy legends including Julian Clary. He also recently produced the controversial short Trouser Bar, which was written by a prominent British thespian, whose name we can no longer divulge (read our interview about that here!).
The book will be a tell-all about his career and some of the most notorious parties in the early part of the 21st century.
The book is available to pre-order now, and signed editions will be shipping from June 1st. Head over to https://www.fabpress.com/little-did-you-know.html for more info.