Ted A. Bohus
Who is Ted A. Bohus?
Ted A. Bohus is an American film director, producer, actor and writer. He is best known for his work in low-budget independent films, most often in the horror genre.
His first film work was with the 1980s horror title Fiend where he acted as producer. He then produced two more horror movies, Nightbeast and Return of the Aliens:The Deadly Spawn, before he made his directorial debut with Regenerated Man in 1994. Ted also either produced, directed or wrote, Vampire Vixens From Venus, Fantastic Filmshow I & II, Generation X, This Thing of Ours and Destination Fame.
Bohus is also the editor and publisher of SPFX Magazine, a journal devoted to classic special-effects movies in the horror, science-fiction and fantasy genres. The fanzine had been started by El Paso effects fan Jay Duncan and Bohus in the 1970s; Bohus resurrected the title 20 years later and continues publishing it on an irregular basis. He also works on other magazines including, Monster Bash, Horror Biz, Monster Mania, Monsterpalooza, and others.
On February 7th 2012, Bohus released the first ever Blu Ray disc of The Deadly Spawn. After further review, it was revealed to be a re-encode of the previous Synapse Films standard definition DVD master. There was a recall, and new discs were issued in late August of 2012. There were also issues in regards to why Ted Bohus did not return to Synapse and the owner Don May Jr. to release the blu-ray edition:
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on July 23, 2013
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