Tag - Roger Corman

Tomb of Ligeia

32 Days of Halloween XI, Day 30: The Tomb of...

Well, unbelievably enough, we’re coming up on time to put 32 Days of Halloween back into the coffin for another year. The Halloween Season, of course, extends through New Year’s, so don’t worry yourself about that. But...

32 Days of Halloween IX, Day 28: Masque of...

Kids today…I don’t think they appreciate how far we’ve come with Halloween costume technology. As you will see in what we have below, a Woolworth’s commercial from 1977, you weren’t so much going as the thing...

Monster From the Ocean Floor!

32 Days of Halloween VII, Day 5: Monster...

We’ll get to our feature presentation shortly, but before then a couple of stops: firstly, Christopher Lee is on hand to read Dracula for you. And more than that, someone’s taken the 1966 comic adaptation and put the two together...

Joe Dante

A Conversation With Joe Dante

For over four decades Joe Dante has been one of America’s most prolific film directors. Emerging from Roger Corman‘s cadre of talented filmmakers in the late 1970s, he quickly established himself as a versatile director who could...

Not of This Earth (1957)

32 Days of Halloween VI, Movie Night No. 30:...

Tonight has been, in the long-standing history of 32 Days of Halloween, a night for vampires. And we’re not going for your traditional bloodsuckers…instead we look to vampires from space! Because when your planet needs blood...

House of Usher (1960): Vincent Price and Mark Damonq

32 Days of Halloween VI, Movie Night No. 28:...

Yes, we posted the trailer last year but now it’s time to enjoy the entirety of Roger Corman‘s take on House of Usher from 1960. The first of Corman’s series of films based on (but more simply “inspired by” as...

X: The Man With X-Ray Eyes book logo

32 Days of Halloween VI, Movie Night No. 9:...

It’s Roger Corman Night on 32 Days of Halloween, so we revisit something we originally posted just the trailer for–but now the entire film has been posted online, so we will take full advantage and bring you the Ray Milland...