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”!
Joe Dante and Roger Corman are two filmmakers with incredibly influential legacies. Corman’s eclectic, fly-by-the-seat-of-his-pants style of filmmaking helped educate and launch the careers of everyone from James Cameron and Jack Nicholson to Ron Howard and Peter Fonda. Show More Summary
This weekend the New Beverly Cinema and The Hero Complex Gallery will team up with Trailers From Hell to honor Roger Corman and Joe Dante with a fantastic art tribute – The Kings Of Cult. I’ve seen the posters featured at the event and they’re all amazing, spanning the careers of both Corman and Dante […]
This weekend Hero Complex is launching a gallery dedicated to the brilliant cult leaders Joe Dante and Roger Corman... wait, that came out wrong... Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with a little preview of theShow More Summary
In Alex Stapleton’s documentary Corman’s World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel, prolific filmmaking legend Roger Corman discusses a philosophy of entertainment that he developed about a decade into his career. Corman had just made his first serious drama, the 1962 integration-themed The Intruder. Show More Summary
That can be the only explanation for this rather UNconventional-looking Bun. “Buns From Space;” sounds like a 1960s Roger Corman B movie. This is my precious English Angora rabbit. Her name is Cynthia.” -Brian N.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Easter Bunday 2014
Director Joe Dante poses with the cast of 1978's Piranha, featuring the late Kevin McCarthy. What was the name of Joe Dante's first feature film working under the great Roger Corman?
From the pre-Code glories of Barbara Stanwyck in the immortal "Night Nurse" to the Roger Corman drive-in favorites of the '70s to any number of late-night Skinemax favorites, the nursing profession has served as a particularly fertile source of inspiration for producers of sleazy exploitation fare. Show More Summary
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: Stoked for that probable genre masterpiece, I, Frankenstein? To tide you over, we’ve lined up a week of similarly… unconventional Frankenstein movies. Show More Summary
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While the Marvel comic Fantastic Four has already come to the big screen by way of 20th Century Fox (who is working on a reboot), there was another attempt just 11 years before that from legendary producer Roger Corman. Back in 1994,...Show More Summary