The 1995 Roger Corman production Dillinger And Capone has a great premise: What if bank robber John Dillinger crossed paths with mob boss Al Capone? But as for the end results… well, it is a 1990s Roger Corman production after all, though somewhat better than most. Keith Bailey is the proprietor of The Unknown Movies […]
If there were such thing as the internet in the 80s, Roger Corman most likely would have made a movie that looks a lot like GIRLHOUSE, which combines an old school blood-and-tits sensibility with modern day technology. Think of it as SORORITY HOUSE MASSACRE with webcams. Show More Summary
Where would horror cinema be without gothic fiction? The careers of Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, James Whale, Roger Corman and many a German expressionist owe a great deal to the storied architecture that characterized the settings of 18th and 19th century literary classics. Show More Summary
Since Joe Dante is such an integral part of Trailers From Hell it only makes sense that they should honor his mentor (and horror legend in his own right) Roger Corman by covering several of his trailers. Joe Dante offers his insight on The Tomb of Ligeia while Sam Hamm (writer of Batman Returns) tackles Intruder. Finally, Corman himself […]
Don’t let Electric Boogaloo fool you: Roger Corman started it. Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus simply improved upon the cheapo tyrant formula that came to dominate drive-in style cinema in the 60s and 70s. Technically, The Weinstein Brothers perfected the mold, taking the schlock-factory model and somehow managing to add genuine quality into the mix (a shocker, I know). But […]
Inspired by the recent Guardians of the Galaxy, Ain't It Cool's Eric Vespe digs into his Shout and Scream Factory stack and pulls out super fun and shameless Roger Corman Star Wars rip-off BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with the latest Scream and Shout column. Show More Summary
Long before Tim Story brought his mediocre vision of The Fantastic Four to the big screen, there was a man with a different sort of vision. That man is Roger Corman and he had, back in 1994, designs to produce his own Fantastic Four movie. That movie was eventually scraped and put into a dark warehouse […]
In 1994, king of the shlock moviemakers Roger Corman was hired to produce a Fantastic Four movie with almost no resources in order for the Neue Constantin film company just to keep the FFfilm rights. Supposedly the film was never meant to be seen — but this new documentary argues otherwise. Read more...
He talks about sharks, feminism, his favorite movie, and his problem with torture porn
Unlike many Hollywood executives, Hurd was in her element at Comic Con.
We needed a definitive Roger Corman biopic like yesterday, but if it's going to shape up this way, it will have been worth the wait. Years ago, around 2010, a project called THE MAN WITH THE KALEIDOSCOPE EYES was a hot property; JoeShow More Summary
We would be remiss if we didn't present this fintastic look at Conan O'Brien's cameo in Roger Corman's newest creature feature, "Sharktopus Vs. Pteracuda." He presented it on his July 23rd show which also featured Corman as a guest. It's sexy, bloody, sporty and downright majestic. Show More Summary
Watch out, Conan! The talk show host is taken down by two sea monsters in "Sharktopus Vs. Pteracuda," the new SyFy film directed by Roger Corman.
Sharknado 2 seems to be getting all the attention these days when it comes to campy Syfy originals, but it isn't the only shclock on the block. Premiering just a few days after Sharknado we will be treated to another Roger Corman mashup movie. Shartopus vs. Show More Summary
Intrada has just released a reissue of Les Baxter‘s score for the 1960 horror classic House Of Usher, which starred Vincent Price and Myrna Fahey and was directed by Roger Corman. Based upon the tale from Edgar Allen Poe, the story follows, “A man, upon entering his fiancées’s family mansion, discovers a savage family curse […]
SHARKTOPUS VS PTERACUDA, Don’t miss it! (Saturday August 2 on Syfy) [Roger Corman]
Shark fans, this is your summer on Syfy. On July 30, we'll be seeing Sharknado 2, and then on August 2, Roger Corman brings you Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda. Read more...
Didn't know Roger Corman was making a sequel to his Syfy Channel "hit" SHARKTOPUS? You can't be blamed. But it is indeed happening, and it's coming at us sooner than you think! SHARKTOPUS VS. PTERACUDA - seriously - is premiering on August 2nd on Syfy (just a week after SHARKNADO), and the first promo image has been released. Show More Summary
With credits dating back to 1954, Roger Corman has one of Hollywood's longest running careers, and every step of the way has fearlessly pioneered ideas in filmmaking, through all of new media's many definitions over the decades. So it's...Show More Summary
http://horrorloverscomic.com/post/85821885752 What if the Marx Brothers ran Roger Corman’s movie studio? Find out in “The Horror Lovers”, created by Valerie D’Orazio and Bobby Timony! Originally published on ComicMix as Go read “The Horror Lovers”!