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. But at night, when my family is all snug in their beds, that’s when I drag out my sick and twisted Christmas collection…
Just when you thought it was safe to... well, actually, nowhere is safe from Roger Corman's imagination, so just go with it.
Well-known among horror & exploitation fans for the “Blood Island” horror film series, the celebrated Filipino director passed away last night at 88.
Today our spotlight falls on a slasher sequel that probably would have been forgotten, if not for a very inventive murder weapon.
American International Pictures (AIP) was one of the biggest independent studios of its time, with over 500 films produced and/or distributed by the company. AIP produced Roger Corman's earliest films.
Roger Corman is not only one of my personal heroes, but also one of the most prolific and incredibly inspiring filmmakers to ever grace our beloved genre.
The latest opus from producer Roger Corman, the 3D Attack of the 50 Ft. Cheerleader, is set to make its debut in San Diego next month, at Comic-Con 2012. Corman himself will be on hand to present the film.