Darren Baldwin looks back on the editing lessons he’s learned from a life-long love affair with horror, starting with legendary editor Walter Murch’s lone directorial outing, “Return to Oz.”
I can pinpoint the moment I fell in love with horror movies. Six years old, sticky fingers from sweets, in the cinema with my Mum and Dad. We were watching Return to Oz, directed by none other than the editing legend Walter Murch. What my Mum and Dad (and probably Disney) hadn’t banked upon was that this would be a much darker journey over the rainbow than its predecessor.
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