Crackpot

The Obsessions of

LIST PRICE $11.99

About The Book

Crackpot, originally released in 1986, is John Waters' brilliantly entertaining litany of odd and fascinationg people, places and things. From Baltimore to Los Angeles, from William Castle to Pia Zadora, from the National Enquirer to Ronald Reagan's colon, Waters explores the depths of our culture. And he dispenses useful advice along the way: how not to make a movie, how to become famous (read: infamous), and of course, how to most effectively shock and make our nation's public laugh at the same time. Loaded with bonus features, this new special edition is guaranteed to leave you totally mental.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Scribner (September 2003)
  • Length: 224 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781416591245

Raves and Reviews

Interview John Waters has done more than any living American to give bad taste a good name.

Jonathan Yardley The Washington Post A treasure chest of arcane knowledge, all of it delightful, and all of it deliciously described.

William S. Burroughs John Waters is the Pope of Trash and his taste in tacky is unexcelled.

Resources and Downloads

High Resolution Images