Tags : Roger Corman

The Masque of the Red Death (1964) Review

A story of a plague gripping the country, poor people fighting for their lives and the rich living in luxury, insensitive and uncaring to the chaos outside their closed doors. Although this may sound like some modern day politically charged COVID drama it is in fact the stripped down plot of the sensational Edgar Allen […]Read More

Brain Dead (1990) Review

Two weeks ago if you had said to me “Have you seen Brain Dead?“ I would have replied “That crazy New Zealand horror comedy where the guy kills zombies with a lawnmower, sure I have” and I would have been wrong.Read More

The Man With the X-Ray Eyes (1963) Review

Through his six decade career Roger Corman became famous for many things within the movie industry. As a producer he made hundreds of films, nearly all of which were a success and some of which gave big breaks to major Hollywood talents such as Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, Robert De Niro, Joe […]Read More

Def-Con 4 (1985) Review

Produced by New World Pictures, the independent studio established by Roger Corman, Canuxploitation cult Sci-horror Def-Con 4 attempted to ride the wave created by post-apocalyptic obsessed audiences desperate for more Mad Max style entertainment to stave off their very real Cold War fears.Read More

We test out Film Budgeteers a new app for indie

Film Budgeteers is a new company founded by indie filmmaker and former Roger Corman alumni, Jeff Orgill, who has created an online app which makes the “dark art” of film budgeting, once reserved for the likes of expensive UPM’s and Line Producers, finally accessible to indie filmmakers of all skill levels.Read More

Death Race 2050 blazes onto Blu-ray

A delirious blend of high-octane action, razor-sharp political satire and full-throttle mayhem, Roger Corman’s Death Race 2050 arrives on Blu-ray™ and DVD on 20th March from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.Read More