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Tag: Roger Corman

Frankenstein Unbound (1990)

When I learned that Janet aka Sister Celluloid was hosting the “Love Hurt” blogathon as a tribute to the work of John Hurt I immediately thought of two films to […]

The Second Civil War (1997)

This made for cable political satire features a cast that I couldn’t ignore and overall I’m glad I didn’t. While I never laughed out loud the film sure caused me […]

I Escaped From Devil’s Island (1973)

With the success of the Steve McQueen film Papillon it should be expected that Roger Corman and brother Gene would put out a low budget knock off to capitalize on […]

Ambush Bay (1966)

Hugh O’Brian is perfectly cast here as a cold blooded, square jawed, iron willed marine sergeant who rides his platoon hard. Raw recruit James Mitchum more than anyone else. It’s […]

Message From Space (1978)

Ask me today if I would like to watch Star Wars and I will look fairly disinterested. By Star Wars I mean the film that started the whole thing. I […]

Back Door To Hell (1964)

The teaming of director Monte Hellman and actor Jack Nicholson went through a period of 4 films during the early to mid sixties. Five if you count Hellman’s supposed participation […]

The Defector (1966)

For this tale of espionage we are witnessing the final film of Montgomery Clift. Here’s the guy that inspired the “next generation” of actors. Brando, Newman, Dean etc. Sadly at […]

Fighting Mad (1976)

When watching a movie from the Roger Corman stable of productions there should be a certain expectation level going in which includes some violence and nudity for the drive in crowd. For […]

Great Day In the Morning (1956)

One of my earliest screen crushes, Virginia Mayo gets top billing in this pre-civil war yarn but the film really belongs to Robert Stack playing a Southern gent in the year […]

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