Roger Corman

This is the 75 minute TV version of Roger Corman's (and Charles Griffin's) goofy self-parody "Creature from the Haunted Sea." For television, Monte Hellman wrote, produced and directed about 15 minutes of new footage to get the film up to a marketable length including an absurd theme song as performed by the wonderful Betsy Jones-Moreland. These scenes, presumably shot in 16mm, were never intended for theatrical release, but crop to a 16 x 9 aspect ratio (along with the rest of the film) as though that had been a possibility.

Directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Roger Corman, Dementia 13 is the story of a greedy young woman who marries into money, but stands to loose it all when her husband dies. Not wanting to miss out, she covers up his death and sets about trying to soft-soap her mother-in-law into writing a new will. You can find out more about Dementia 13 at A Passion For Horror.

The Roger Corman Classic with Dick Miller as Walter Paisley, sad and simple-minded busboy, who gains acclaim from the beatnik crowd for his "unique" sculptures such as one named "Murdered Man". Included is the Mpeg2. If you have a program such as DVDAuthorGui, simply load the file and a create a dvd file for burning.

A Bucket of Bllod is a 1959 B movie, produced and directed by Roger Corman and starring Dick Miller, who plays Walter Paisley, a waiter in a hip cafe frequented by artists and poets. Walter dreams of being an artist as well and all it takes to set him on the right path is a dead cat. You can find out more about A Bucket of Blood at A Passion For Horror.

The Roger Corman drive-in classic presented in widesreen. Starring Susan Cabot with Corman appearing in a small role(see if you can spot him).

Well as summer heats up and winds down, we thought some good old cheap thrills might be in order. And, who else is the master of cheap and thrills than the great Roger Corman. That's right! We are happy to bring you another classic Corman double feature. First up, after some coming attractions from Roger and a Bugs Bunny cartoon, we proudly present 1961's "Creature From The Haunted Sea" - an off-beat comedy with one of the worst looking monsters ever committed to film stock.

A widescreen version of the well known Roger Corman classic.

"Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women" (1968) is the second of two reworkings of "Planeta Bur," a Soviet sci-fi film from 1959. The first was the similarly titled, "Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet" (1962) assembled by director Curtis Harrington for producer Roger Corman.

Swamp Women, produced in 1955, was the first film ever directed by Roger Corman. The film follows undercover police officer Lee Hampton after she infiltrates a prison, befriends three female convicts, and helps them all escape. In reality, this planned escape is part of a larger plot to find a diamond stash hidden deep within the swamps of Louisiana. This is a fairly poor quality copy of the movie, with film splicing of a different print evident from 1:00:30 to 1:00:59 This film is in the public domain.

Seymour is picked on by everybody in his life until he discovers a strange plant that makes him a media sensation. Only the plant has unusual dietary needs--human blood. You can find out more about this movie on its IMDB page. You can download an avi of the movie here.

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