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The Continued Relevance Of 70’s B Sci-fi Movies!

by  |  July 15th, 2017  |  Blog

The Continued Relevance Of 70's B Sci-fi Movies!

The Continued Relevance Of 70’s B Sci-fi Movies!

Deathstalker (1983)

by  |  June 5th, 2015  |  Fantasy

Deathstalker (1983)

Deathstalker tells the story of how during the age of sword and sorcery, one man, a common criminal will become the most beloved hero in all the land, when he is tasked with taking out the evil King, ‘Munkar’ and retrieving 2 out of 3 of the elements that will determine the fate of the world… Because if Munkar is able to get his hands on all 3

I Escaped From Devil’s Island (1973)

by  |  September 10th, 2013  |  Action/Adventure, Exploitation

I Escaped From Devil's Island (1973)

I Escaped From Devil’s Island tells the story of a brutal and oppressive slave labor camp in which the slave labor force is forced to dig up and package salt…

During this time a man by the name of Lebras and his crew have finally decided that they have had enough of the Island and device a plan to try and escape from the Island once and for all!

Roger Corman brings ‘The Living Dead’ to a TV near you!

by  |  May 28th, 2013  |  News

Roger Corman brings 'The Living Dead' to a TV near you!

Roger Corman Will Be Bringing, ‘The Living Dead’ To A TV Screen Near You!

Mark Hamil Is Just One In The Group That Is ‘Virtually Heroes’

by  |  April 16th, 2012  |  News

Mark Hamil Is Just One In The Group That Is 'Virtually Heroes'

Directed by: G.J. Echternkamp (Hard Candy), Virtually Heroes tells the story of how two screwed up characters in a video game deal with their unusual existences.

Katt Shea Has This, ‘Dance With A Vampire’

by  |  April 9th, 2012  |  News

Katt Shea Has This, 'Dance With A Vampire'

Katt Shea and Roger Corman are working on, ‘Dance With A Vampire’

The Wasp Woman (1959)

by  |  April 6th, 2012  |  Sci Fi

The Wasp Woman (1959)

the owner of a cosmetic company, who in her desperation to save her company, and to look young, will hire a mad scientist who has an experimental formula that he is working on to slow to stop the aginjg process using enzymes from Wasps!

Now that she has seen the potential for his work, decides to use her self as his first human\ guinea pig with some interesting results!

Roger Corman Is, ‘Stealing Las Vegas’

by  |  April 5th, 2012  |  News

Roger Corman Is, 'Stealing Las Vegas'

Starring Eric Roberts (The Cable Guy), Ethan Landry (Madame Butterfly) and Anabella Casanova (Franklin And Bash). Stealing Las Vegas, tells the story of a team of disgruntled Casino employees who decide to steal $20 million dollars from the Casino after the Casino owner steals money out of their pension fund!

Some Of The Cast Talk About, ‘Attack Of The 50Ft Cheerleader’

by  |  March 15th, 2012  |  News

Some Of The Cast Talk About, 'Attack Of The 50Ft Cheerleader'

Attack Of The 50 Foot Cheerleader tells the story of a teenaged girl, whom after taking an experimental drug, ends up becoming more athletic and ends up being able to make it on to the Cheerleading Squad. There is only one problem though, the side effect of this drug is that she ends up growing at an amazing rate!

Machete Maiden’s Unleashed (2010)

by  |  March 8th, 2012  |  Documentary

Machete Maiden's Unleashed (2010)

A great documentary that explores the history of B Movies from the Philippines!

Christopher Nolan Cinematographer, ‘Wally Pfister’ Makes Directorial Debut.

by  |  March 7th, 2012  |  News

Christopher Nolan Cinematographer, 'Wally Pfister' Makes Directorial Debut.

Wally Pfister got his start working for Roger Corman, then went on to work for Christopher Nolan on quite a few of his projects, and now Wally Pfister is going solo, on his own project!

Battle Beyond The Stars (1980)

by  |  February 24th, 2012  |  Sci Fi

Battle Beyond The Stars (1980)

Battle Beyond The Stars tells the story of a young man and his efforts to save his planet from by Sador and the dreaded Malmori, when he is commissioned by his planet to go out and try and find some tough Aliens to help protect the planet and stop Sador!

RIP: Zalman King (1942-2012)

by  |  February 3rd, 2012  |  News

RIP: Zalman King (1942-2012)

Starting out in in the industry back in the 1960s, Mr. King would act in such classic TV series and movies, such as playing ‘Fish’ on an episode of ‘The Alfred Hitchcock Hour’ titled, ‘Memo From Purgatory’ in 1964, or as ‘Harker’ in the 1966 TV movie, ‘Iron Men’.

The World Of Roger Corman Revealed!

by  |  December 7th, 2011  |  News

The World Of Roger Corman Revealed!

Roger Corman (The Tomb Of Ligiea).  This guy really doesn’t need any introduction, I mean with over 400 credits to his name this Hollywood legend has given their start to or with, with probably the largest cross section of the Hollywood A-List crowd from the last 50 years! Including Jack Nicholson (In the movies, The […]

And The Next Horror Movie Remake Is…

by  |  November 23rd, 2011  |  News

And The Next Horror Movie Remake Is...

According To Filmjunk: That movie is… You guessed it, Chopping Mall! With the remake craze in Hollywood continuing in high gear, it is no surprise that the next movie on the remake circuit would be the Corman classic, Chopping Mall…  Directed by: Larry Wynorski and produced by Roger and Julie Corman,  this B-Movie shlock fest […]

Attack Of The Crab Monsters (1957)

by  |  November 14th, 2011  |  Sci Fi

Attack Of The Crab Monsters (1957)

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10 Things I’ve Learned In My Writing Career: by Travis Rink

by  |  October 26th, 2011  |  Blog

10 Things I’ve Learned In My Writing Career: by Travis Rink

Right from the start, we had a “flashing green light”… all the company wanted were “a few minor changes”. I should have known this was not going to be a pleasant experience after our first meeting.

Top 10 Horror Movies For Halloween 2011

by  |  October 14th, 2011  |  Blog

Top 10 Horror Movies For Halloween 2011

Halloween… A great time of the year… If your like me then it is that one time of the year that you can justify picking up some great junk food and a whole ton of classic horror movies, and just enjoy a fun horror movie marathon! With that said cialis pills , I thought that […]

Seattle Museum To Get A Horrorifc Exihibt.

by  |  September 21st, 2011  |  News

Seattle Museum To Get A Horrorifc Exihibt.

That’s right folks, according to Fangoria:  The EMP Museum next month will be releasing to the world a new and wonderfully horrific new exhibit for all you fright fans in Washington state’s Seattle area called, ‘Can’t Look Away: The Lure Of Horror Film.’ This interesting new exhibit will take an in-depth look in to horror, […]

Queen Of Blood (1966)

by  |  June 16th, 2011  |  Sci Fi

Queen Of Blood (1966)

In an age where mankind is beginning to explore further and further out side of the confines of Earth, an Alien Race, which is initially welcomed by Humanity, is hell bent on making human’s their lunch!

The Tomb of Ligeia (1964)

by  |  May 27th, 2011  |  Horror

The Tomb of Ligeia (1964)

Here’s an oldie but a goodie! Once upon a time Edgar Allan Poe wrote a short story, then Roger Corman came a long to direct a movie out of it with Vincent Price starring in it. Need I say more? We all know that Corman has a reputation for cranking out B movies. And for […]

Forbidden World (1982)

by  |  November 20th, 2010  |  Sci Fi

Forbidden World (1982)

Another guilty pleasure from B movie master Roger Corman: Forbidden World

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