History Creator / RogerCorman

4th Oct '17 9:06:11 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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Corman did have his shining moment of artistic legitimacy when he directed a series of Gothic {{horror}}s based on the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe. These eight films -- all released between 1960 and 1964, and all but one starring Creator/VincentPrice -- are noticeably uneven, but the standouts ''really'' stand out. These include ''[[Film/ThePitandthePendulum The Pit and the Pendulum]]'' and ''House of Usher'', featuring legendary performances from Price, and ''The Haunted Palace'', which was the first [[LovecraftOnFilm screen adaptation]] of an Creator/HPLovecraft story, [[DolledUpInstallment dolled up]] for the Poe series. Also directed ''Film/TheLittleShopOfHorrors'' in 1960; it was filmed in exactly two days, a world record. Corman made one film, ''The St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' (1967), for a major studio (Twentieth Century Fox) with a decent budget, but disliked the experience and resumed low budget films. By the mid-'70s, he operated his own studios, New World Pictures, which allowed him to take a dip in the world of hoity-toity art films as the American distributor of Creator/IngmarBergman's ''Film/CriesAndWhispers''. He left in 1981 and formed a company called New Concorde.

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Corman did have his shining moment of artistic legitimacy when he directed a series of Gothic {{horror}}s based on the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe. These eight films -- all released between 1960 and 1964, and all but one starring Creator/VincentPrice -- are noticeably uneven, but the standouts ''really'' stand out. These include ''[[Film/ThePitandthePendulum The Pit and the Pendulum]]'' and ''House of Usher'', featuring legendary performances from Price, and ''The Haunted Palace'', which was the first [[LovecraftOnFilm screen adaptation]] of an Creator/HPLovecraft story, story (''Literature/TheCaseOfCharlesDexterWard''), [[DolledUpInstallment dolled up]] for the Poe series. Also directed ''Film/TheLittleShopOfHorrors'' in 1960; it was filmed in exactly two days, a world record. Corman made one film, ''The St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' (1967), for a major studio (Twentieth Century Fox) with a decent budget, but disliked the experience and resumed low budget films. By the mid-'70s, he operated his own studios, New World Pictures, which allowed him to take a dip in the world of hoity-toity art films as the American distributor of Creator/IngmarBergman's ''Film/CriesAndWhispers''. He left in 1981 and formed a company called New Concorde.
15th Sep '17 8:35:44 PM Kissybandit513
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15th Sep '17 8:35:05 PM Kissybandit513
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* ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/Amazons Amazons]]''
* ''Film/AttackOfTheCrabMonsters''
* ''Film/AttackOfTheGiantLeeches''
* ''Film/BarbarianQueen''
* ''Film/BattleBeyondTheSun''
* ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/Carnosaur Carnosaur]]''
* ''Film/ChoppingMall''
* ''Film/DeathRace2000''
* ''Film/DeathstalkerSeries''
** ''Film/DeathstalkerIVMatchOfTheTitans''
* ''Film/Dementia13''
* ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/Dinocroc Dinocroc]]''
* ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/Dinoshark Dinoshark]]''
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* ''Film/ForbiddenWorld''
* ''Film/GalaxyOfTerror''
* ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/Gunslinger Gunslinger]]''
* ''Film/IlyaMuromets''
* ''Film/NightOfTheBloodBeast''
* ''Film/PlanetOfStorms''
* ''Film/RockAndRollHighSchool''
* ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/Sorceress Sorceress]]''
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* ''Film/TeenageCaveman''
* ''Film/TheFantasticFour''
* ''Film/TheIntruder''
* ''Film/TheMasqueOfTheRedDeath''
* ''Film/TheRaven''
* ''Film/TheTerror''
* ''Film/TheUndead''
* ''Film/TheWarriorAndTheSorceress''
* ''Film/VikingWomenAndTheSeaSerpent''
* ''Film/WizardsOfTheLostKingdom''
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15th Sep '17 7:13:47 PM Kissybandit513
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Corman did have his shining moment of artistic legitimacy when he directed a series of Gothic {{horror}}s based on the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe. These eight films -- all released between 1960 and 1964, and all but one starring Creator/VincentPrice -- are noticeably uneven, but the standouts ''really'' stand out. These include ''[[Film/ThePitandthePendulum The Pit and the Pendulum]]'' and ''Film/HouseOfUsher'', featuring legendary performances from Price, and ''The Haunted Palace'', which was the first [[LovecraftOnFilm screen adaptation]] of an Creator/HPLovecraft story, [[DolledUpInstallment dolled up]] for the Poe series. Also directed ''Film/TheLittleShopOfHorrors'' in 1960; it was filmed in exactly two days, a world record. Corman made one film, ''The St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' (1967), for a major studio (Twentieth Century Fox) with a decent budget, but disliked the experience and resumed low budget films. By the mid-'70s, he operated his own studios, New World Pictures, which allowed him to take a dip in the world of hoity-toity art films as the American distributor of Creator/IngmarBergman's ''Film/CriesAndWhispers''. He left in 1981 and formed a company called New Concorde.

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Corman did have his shining moment of artistic legitimacy when he directed a series of Gothic {{horror}}s based on the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe. These eight films -- all released between 1960 and 1964, and all but one starring Creator/VincentPrice -- are noticeably uneven, but the standouts ''really'' stand out. These include ''[[Film/ThePitandthePendulum The Pit and the Pendulum]]'' and ''Film/HouseOfUsher'', ''House of Usher'', featuring legendary performances from Price, and ''The Haunted Palace'', which was the first [[LovecraftOnFilm screen adaptation]] of an Creator/HPLovecraft story, [[DolledUpInstallment dolled up]] for the Poe series. Also directed ''Film/TheLittleShopOfHorrors'' in 1960; it was filmed in exactly two days, a world record. Corman made one film, ''The St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' (1967), for a major studio (Twentieth Century Fox) with a decent budget, but disliked the experience and resumed low budget films. By the mid-'70s, he operated his own studios, New World Pictures, which allowed him to take a dip in the world of hoity-toity art films as the American distributor of Creator/IngmarBergman's ''Film/CriesAndWhispers''. He left in 1981 and formed a company called New Concorde.
15th Sep '17 7:13:23 PM Kissybandit513
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Corman did have his shining moment of artistic legitimacy when he directed a series of Gothic {{horror}}s based on the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe. These eight films -- all released between 1960 and 1964, and all but one starring Creator/VincentPrice -- are noticeably uneven, but the standouts ''really'' stand out. These include ''[[Film/ThePitandthePendulum The Pit and the Pendulum]]'' and ''Film/HouseOfUsher'', featuring legendary performances from Price, and ''TheHauntedPalace'', which was the first [[LovecraftOnFilm screen adaptation]] of an Creator/HPLovecraft story, [[DolledUpInstallment dolled up]] for the Poe series. Also directed ''Film/TheLittleShopOfHorrors'' in 1960; it was filmed in exactly two days, a world record. Corman made one film, ''The St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' (1967), for a major studio (Twentieth Century Fox) with a decent budget, but disliked the experience and resumed low budget films. By the mid-'70s, he operated his own studios, New World Pictures, which allowed him to take a dip in the world of hoity-toity art films as the American distributor of Creator/IngmarBergman's ''Film/CriesAndWhispers''. He left in 1981 and formed a company called New Concorde.

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Corman did have his shining moment of artistic legitimacy when he directed a series of Gothic {{horror}}s based on the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe. These eight films -- all released between 1960 and 1964, and all but one starring Creator/VincentPrice -- are noticeably uneven, but the standouts ''really'' stand out. These include ''[[Film/ThePitandthePendulum The Pit and the Pendulum]]'' and ''Film/HouseOfUsher'', featuring legendary performances from Price, and ''TheHauntedPalace'', ''The Haunted Palace'', which was the first [[LovecraftOnFilm screen adaptation]] of an Creator/HPLovecraft story, [[DolledUpInstallment dolled up]] for the Poe series. Also directed ''Film/TheLittleShopOfHorrors'' in 1960; it was filmed in exactly two days, a world record. Corman made one film, ''The St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' (1967), for a major studio (Twentieth Century Fox) with a decent budget, but disliked the experience and resumed low budget films. By the mid-'70s, he operated his own studios, New World Pictures, which allowed him to take a dip in the world of hoity-toity art films as the American distributor of Creator/IngmarBergman's ''Film/CriesAndWhispers''. He left in 1981 and formed a company called New Concorde.
15th Sep '17 7:10:41 PM Kissybandit513
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Corman did have his shining moment of artistic legitimacy when he directed a series of Gothic {{horror}}s based on the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe. These eight films -- all released between 1960 and 1964, and all but one starring Creator/VincentPrice -- are noticeably uneven, but the standouts ''really'' stand out. These include ''[[Film/ThePitandthePendulum The Pit and the Pendulum]]'' and ''Film/HouseOfUsher'', featuring legendary performances from Price, and ''Film/TheHauntedPalace'', which was the first [[LovecraftOnFilm screen adaptation]] of an Creator/HPLovecraft story, [[DolledUpInstallment dolled up]] for the Poe series. Also directed ''Film/TheLittleShopOfHorrors'' in 1960; it was filmed in exactly two days, a world record. Corman made one film, ''The St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' (1967), for a major studio (Twentieth Century Fox) with a decent budget, but disliked the experience and resumed low budget films. By the mid-'70s, he operated his own studios, New World Pictures, which allowed him to take a dip in the world of hoity-toity art films as the American distributor of Creator/IngmarBergman's ''Film/CriesAndWhispers''. He left in 1981 and formed a company called New Concorde.

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Corman did have his shining moment of artistic legitimacy when he directed a series of Gothic {{horror}}s based on the works of Creator/EdgarAllanPoe. These eight films -- all released between 1960 and 1964, and all but one starring Creator/VincentPrice -- are noticeably uneven, but the standouts ''really'' stand out. These include ''[[Film/ThePitandthePendulum The Pit and the Pendulum]]'' and ''Film/HouseOfUsher'', featuring legendary performances from Price, and ''Film/TheHauntedPalace'', ''TheHauntedPalace'', which was the first [[LovecraftOnFilm screen adaptation]] of an Creator/HPLovecraft story, [[DolledUpInstallment dolled up]] for the Poe series. Also directed ''Film/TheLittleShopOfHorrors'' in 1960; it was filmed in exactly two days, a world record. Corman made one film, ''The St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' (1967), for a major studio (Twentieth Century Fox) with a decent budget, but disliked the experience and resumed low budget films. By the mid-'70s, he operated his own studios, New World Pictures, which allowed him to take a dip in the world of hoity-toity art films as the American distributor of Creator/IngmarBergman's ''Film/CriesAndWhispers''. He left in 1981 and formed a company called New Concorde.
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