Tag: Roger Corman

Death Race 2050

There can be no denying that whatever the merits or otherwise of the finished product, Roger Corman gets the job done, whether as director of over fifty feature
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Tower of London

The great Vincent Price had a long and colourful career, much of it in the horror genre, from 1953’s House of Wax, one of the first colour 3D
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Cult Cinema

Since their launch in 2009, Arrow Video have released over two hundred cult titles, often previously unavailable in the UK or long since deleted, in most cases as
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Tales of Terror

Having released several films from the archives of Roger Corman over the last year, it is pleasing that Arrow Films have chosen one of the last from their
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The Haunted Palace

When is a Poe not a Poe? Released in 1963, The Haunted Palace was positioned by American International Pictures as the fifth in the series of successful adaptations
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The Comedy of Terrors

It opens with a sombre funeral, but as soon as the mourners depart Waldo Trumbull (Vincent Price) and his assistant Felix Gillie (Peter Lorre) of Hinchley and Trumbull’s
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