The short-lived The Incredibly Strange Film Show was a relatively goofy documentary series for British television that focused on, well, “incredibly strange” films and filmmakers (which, of course, means exclusively focusing on the science fiction and horror genres). The show was hosted by television and radio personality Jonathan Ross, and the episode above highlights horror director George A. Romero and legendary make-up artist Tom Savini and their many collaborations. Although the show now seems a bit dated and slight, this particular episode is at once deceptively didactic and easily accessible. It adeptly details the persistent relationship between Romero and Savini, while also giving a perceptive look into their creative process. Also, refreshingly, the episode allots a fair amount of time to Martin (1976)—George Romero’s overlooked and hard-hitting masterwork which was the first collaborative effort for the two artists.