Posts Tagged ‘Roger Corman’

News – The Fall of the House of Usher to Premier on Blu-ray and Steelbook August 26th

When exploitation maestro Roger Corman hired Hollywood legend Vincent Price to star in his adaptation of a classic tale by Edgar Allan Poe, he set in motion a series of Poe-influenced movies that would redefine American cinema history. Arrow Video is pleased to announce the UK Blu-ray debut of Roger Corman’s 1960s American horror classic [...]

News – Roger Corman to Remake Eight Edgar Allan Poe Stories

You have to admire Roger Corman, king of b-movie horror, he is 86 years old and is remaking eight Edgar Allan Poe stories he directed in the 50 and 60′s. This time he will be producing, read on for the details!

News – Vincentennial

This year celebrates the 100th birthday of the incredible Vincent Price. An actor from my home town St. Louis. In honor of this historic event, there is a massive birthday party/ celebration of his life and career happening right here in St. Louis. An event conceived and helmed by Tom Stockman. This has taken on [...]

News – Texas Frightmare Weekend Reveals More Guests

The line-up for Texas Frightmare Weekend ( is near bursting with the addition of Sid Haig, James Hampton (Teen Wolf, Sling Blade) and Mimi Michaels (Chromeskull: Laid to Rest).

Movie Review – Piranha

Joe Dante is yet another veteran who earned his chops working for Roger Corman. When I think of Dante, Howling and Twilight Zone are the two films that first come to mind. But Piranha is where he learned some early lessons in filmmaking.