Posts Tagged ‘roger corman’

Snow Shark (Independent Entertainment)

Snow Shark (Independent Entertainment)

Try and jump THIS shark, Dino-Croc!




Bursting with Joy: 10 Films “Inspired” By ALIEN

Bursting with Joy: 10 Films “Inspired” By ALIEN

Mom is the Warmest Place to Hide.




The Seafood Platter: Jersey Shore Shark Attack vs. Piranha 3DD (Anchor Bay Entertainment)

The Seafood Platter: Jersey Shore Shark Attack vs. Piranha 3DD (Anchor Bay Entertainment)

2 ridiculous ideas enter, only 1 can win…




Screaming In High Heels Ends With A Whimper (Breaking Glass Pictures/Vicious Circle Films)

Screaming In High Heels Ends With A Whimper (Breaking Glass Pictures/Vicious Circle Films)

Is something I didn’t already know too much to ask?




On This Momentous Evening…

On This Momentous Evening…

On this, the opening night of The Avengers, let us give thanks…not just for it but for one another.




The Breast of the Breast: A Tribute to Jim Wynorski

The Breast of the Breast: A Tribute to Jim Wynorski

“Breasts are the cheapest special effect.” — Jim Wynorski




Kung Fu Women in Blood Island Prison: A Review of MACHETE MAIDENS UNLEASHED! (2010)

Kung Fu Women in Blood Island Prison: A Review of MACHETE MAIDENS UNLEASHED! (2010)

Pam Grier’s boobs, slime-spewing monsters and kung fu midget super-spies…these are a few of my favorite things…




Paradise Lost? Found It: Discussing the Importance of ‘Behind the Mask’

Paradise Lost? Found It: Discussing the Importance of ‘Behind the Mask’

Tweet Investors and studios are hardly interested in anything related to horror, they see the horror genre as a joke meant for those of low intelligence or for teenagers with raging hormones. Horror is not seen to be intelligent or culturally relevant. That is until people like Friedkin, Carpenter, or Polanski fight to get their hands […]




SHARKTOPUS is Swimming/Crawling on to DVD March 15th!

SHARKTOPUS is Swimming/Crawling on to DVD March 15th!

Tweet Greetings, readers! If you’re like me, you derive a definite pleasure, guilty or not, from Sci-Fi/SyFy Channel’s Original Movies — those creature-features that vary wildly from being “so bad it’s good” to “so bad it hurts.”  Roger Corman, that lovable king of cheapo cinema, has recently gotten in on the act, executively producing such […]




Citizen K.: MONSTER, 1959

Citizen K.: MONSTER, 1959

History shows again and again how Nature points out the Folly of Man. David Maine, in this instance, helps it along a little bit, through the mouthpiece of a 40-foot tall anthropoid-reptilian-insectoid monster named K.




It’s Party Time: The Slumber Party Massacre Collection Coming In October

It’s Party Time: The Slumber Party Massacre Collection Coming In October

Get ready to mark your calendar, folks!




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.)