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
Thanks to the diligence of Nerddom, occasionally productions that failed on a galactic level and NEVER should have seen the light of day again become classics. “Manos” The Hands Of Fate, and The Star Wars Holiday Special are good examples of this phenomenon. Enter Roger Corman‘s production of The Fantastic Four from 1994. If you’ve […]
I used to intern for Roger Corman, and the poster above was framed on the wall in his offices - the only movie he made that was never released. I'm sure everyone here knows the story - Marvel wa...
The trailer has debuted for a documentary promising to shed new light on Roger Corman's legendary, unreleased 1994 Fantastic Four movie.
As Fox is reportedly trying to figure out how to combine the X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises and turn them both into one gigantic Avengers-style cash cow, the true story of the first ever Fantastic Four film is finally being told in documentary form. Show More Summary
The famously buried film still catches people's attention today - and there's a documentary all about it! Read the full article on AICN Back in 1994, the mighty and awesome Roger Corman made a FANTASTIC FOUR film which never saw release. Show More Summary
The Roger Corman-produced version of The Fantastic Four, from 1994, is like an optical illusion. Every time I try to watch the thing, I get about five minutes in before my eyes and brain resolutely decide to look at anything else. The term “unwatchable” gets thrown around a fair bit, but Corman’s Fantastic Four is […]
Scroll down to see the new trailer for Doomed: The Untold Story of Roger Corman’s he Fantastic Four. Here’s the official press release: In 1994, Roger Corman was tapped to produce this Marvel superhero story on a very small film … Continue reading ? The post Trailer: ‘DOOMED!’ The Story of Corman’s ‘Fantastic 4? appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
In 1994, monster movie maker Roger Corman made a $2 million adaptation of The Fantastic Four, was never released in theaters for obvious reasons. But now the documentary DOOMED! The Untold Story of Roger Corman's The Fantastic Four will show you the lunacy that is this creation, and all the bananas behind-the-scenes goings on. Watch the trailer now. Read more...
To paraphrase Sir William Wallace, every movie dies. But not every movie lives. It costs a lot just to release a film, let alone promote it. Those efforts are sometimes shirked for a chance to make a quicker, cheaper buck. In today’s...Show More Summary
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Take a look at footage from the 1994 movie that never saw the light of day. Learn more about this doomed production in Marty Langford' documentary. [...]
The story of the 1994 film
Christmas is a time for feel-good movies. It’s a Wonderful Life, A Charlie Brown Christmas, and the usual Hallmark Hall of Fame drivel that hits the airwaves every December. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the mainstream Christmas classics as much as the next guy. Show More Summary
Reviewed by Gordon Sullivan Quote: "On the standard-def front, these are the best Corman's films are going to look for a long while."
The venerable independent filmmaker discusses modern film financing, the for-hire balancing act and a TV series based on his experiences working for Roger Corman. Read the full article on AICN The American film revolution of the 1970s was drawing to a close when writer-director John Sayles's RETURN OF THE SECAUCUS 7 ambled its way into theaters. Show More Summary
Roger Corman's Horror Classics Vol.1 Film Chest Media recently released the 3-disc "collector's set" Roger Corman's Horror Classics, Vol. 1, each disc containing one of Corman's beloved horror cheapies--A Bucket of Blood, Dementia 13, and The Terror. Show More Summary