Posts Tagged ‘a bucket of blood’

It’s (Dick) Miller Time: The Life and Careers of Walter Paisley

It’s (Dick) Miller Time: The Life and Careers of Walter Paisley

Tweet Greetings, readers. A couple weeks ago I did a piece on Roger Corman’s two finest (in my never-humble opinion) comedies, A BUCKET OF BLOOD and LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. In discussing both films, the name Dick Miller came up.   The name might not ring a bell, but if you’re a connoisseur of the […]




Bloody Nebbishes: The Relationship Between Roger Corman’s Two Finest Comedies

Bloody Nebbishes: The Relationship Between Roger Corman’s Two Finest Comedies

Nebbish; neb-bish. Noun. A person regarded as weak-willed or timid. (Yiddish nebekh, unfortunate. Slavic origin.)