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Filmmaker Katt Shea started her directing career on the Roger Corman track to fame. The “King of the Bs,” who helped launch the careers of Francis Ford Coppola, James Cameron, and Martin Scorsese, produced Shea’s series of films about characters on the fringe — a subject she’s remained fascinated with her entire career. Stripped to […]
The Film Detective entered the Blu-ray game last year and have slowly built up a nice library of classic cinema releases. Most of what they’ve done thus far are public domain films, some of which have previously received Blu-ray releases from Film Chest. On May 31st they’ll be releasing Roger Corman’s The Terror on Blu-ray, another title that […]
Come on, who doesn't love a good Roger Corman horror/comedy movie? 1960's The Little Shop of Horrors, is one of his best and - we get a cameo from Jack Nicholson to boot. Seymour, a lonely guy working at a flower shop, finds a plant that likes blood so he starts feeding it. Show More Summary
Roger Corman has been a staple of low budget genre cinema since before pretty much all of us were born. He's been hard at work since the 50's, and even though he turned 90 today (Happy birthday!), he's not slowing down one bit. Show More Summary
If Irish horror has a Roger Corman, it would have to be Brendan McCarthy. The producer and occasional writer has been behind a string of genre features from the Emerald Isle, and talks two that are hitting disc today—CHERRY TREE and THE HALLOW—in this exclusive interview. After TV and documentary work in the early 2000s, […]
Though April 5 is Roger Corman’s 90th birthday, he’s still working like he’s 20. In recent weeks the legendary filmmaker has been prepping Death Race 2050, a modern spin on one of his most famous movies, which will feature two female leads and lots of new twists. Read more...
A big city is woefully unprepared when a massive creature attacks in new photos from producer Roger Corman's 'CobraGator'.
For a man whose artistic peak is represented by CHOPPING MALL, Jim Wynorski has certainly been prolific. Working consistently with notorious cult producer Roger Corman for over thirty years might just have something to do with it. Their...Show More Summary
Beloved B-movie producer Roger Corman turns 80 next month, but he shows no sign of slowing down. Witness our first glimpse of his latest amazing movie for Syfy: Cobragator! Will this live up to the legacy of Sharktopus and Piranhaconda? Read more...
Joe Dante is one of many directors to graduate from the Roger Corman school of film making, having taken his start in cutting trailers for the iconic director. Dante was given his first big break in the cult comedy entitled Hollywood Boulevard, which opened the doors to his later efforts including Piranha, The Howling, Gremlins, and The 'Burbs. Show More Summary
If anyone ever knew how to market a movie, it was genre legend Roger Corman! You won't be finding this giant mutant monster anywhere in the film, however. The closest we get is an amalgamous blob that closesly resembles the being in Alien. But, hell, I feel like I OWE IT to the film to pay for a movie ticket after feasting my eyes on this awesome poster!
Olive Films, a small Chicago-based company, is released Roger Corman’s controversial 1967 film The Trip on Blu-ray and DVD. The Trip looks at drug use, free love and spirituality in a way that made it a counterculture icon – especially coming out the same year as Jimi Hendrix’s Are You Experienced album. Show More Summary
At 89 years old, B-movie producer Roger Corman is still churning out movies at a pace that would exhaust many younger, lesser hucksters. He produced two deliciously portmanteau-heavy creature features, CobraGator and Sharktopus Vs. Whalewolf,...Show More Summary
Releasing direct-to-video this year, "Death Race 2050" sees the return of the famed B-movie director to the franchise.
'Death Race 2000' director Roger Corman returns to produce a reboot of his 1975 classic with 'Death Race 2050', which has started filming in Peru.
The most terrifying thing about 1975’s Death Race 2000 is that its cartoonish satire has only grown more plausible over the years. Set in a dystopian future where culture revolves around a cross-country race where the murder of other...Show More Summary
Iconic genre filmmaker Roger Corman is known for a lot of things, but mainly giving many talented filmmakers and actors their first jobs, as well as making hundreds of cheap B-movies and crazy exploitation films. Of his entire oeuvre, his most famous film may be the cult classic Death Race 2000, and now he’s decided to remake it. Read more...
An “outrageous action-packed” film and reboot of the original Death Race 2000, Roger Corman’s Death Race 2050 began filming February 8 in Peru, Bloody Disgusting just learned. G.J. Echternkamp, who starred in Lionsgate’s incredibly suspenseful Hard Candy, directs this latest reboot that’s said to be “filled with the full-throttle mayhem and black-hearted humor.” This all-new […]
The Roger Corman classic DEATH RACE 2000 (pictured above) was “remade” with a completely altered story as 2008’s DEATH RACE, but now the producer himself is going back to the original concept with DEATH RACE 2050, currently shooting in Peru. Produced by Universal 1440 Entertainment, and set for Blu-ray, DVD and digital HD release later […]