Tag Archives: Roger Corman
A Bucket of Blood Review
I like to think of myself as an equal opportunity horror fan. I enjoy films from every and all sub-genres, and while I favor those from the 80s and later, I tend to visit even earlier works from time to time. Tonight, travel with me to the late 50s as I discuss Roger Corman’s A Bucket of Blood.
Walter works as a busboy at a swanky coffee shop. Surrounded by poets, musicians, and other creatives, Walter just [...]
Death Race 2050 Review
A few days ago, I made it a point to watch the Roger Corman-produced, Paul Bartel-directed Death Race 2000. It was quite different from I had built up in my mind, but pretty enjoyable, nonetheless. The reason I wanted to watch the ’75 flick was really to prepare myself for what I thought was a sequel that had just been released. It turns out G.J. Echternkamp’s Death Race 2050 isn’t a sequel, but instead a brand new re-imagining of [...]