Roger Corman has been making low-budget movies since the 1950s. Corman financed the directorial debuts of Curtis Hanson, Sweet Kill (1971), produced by Corman protege Tamara Asseyev. [95] This film required extensive special effects, prompting Corman to buy a movie studio in Main Street Venice for $1.5 million. [3] Corman contacted Leo Gordon, an actor and writer who had written several films for the director, including The Cry Baby Killer and The Wasp Woman , and asked him if he had a script with a castle in it. Although Corman had a number of offers for the film from Republic and Columbia, he elected to go with ARC because they undertook to advance money to enable him to make two more movies. In 2009, Corman produced and directed alongside director Joe Dante the web series "Splatter" for Netflix. He continued to finance films for Filmgroup: Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (1965), dubbing an old Soviet movie Planeta Bur into English with some additional footage shot by Curtis Harrington; Queen of Blood (1966), using some Soviet footage but a mostly new film, directed by Harrington; Blood Bath (1966), an adapted Yugoslavian film with additional footage shot by Stephanie Rothman and Jack Hill; Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1967), yet another dubbed version of Planeta Bur with some additional footage shot by Corman's then-assistant Peter Bogdanovich. [115] He sold the remake rights of Death Race 2000 to Universal, who made Death Race (2008) with Jason Statham, with Corman credited as executive producer. 2016 I Was a Teenage Caveman (Video documentary short) 2015 It Was a Colossal Teenage Movie Machine: The American International Pictures Story (Video documentary) Self. Concorde's films included Overexposed (1990), The Unborn (1991), and In the Heat of Passion (1992). 2. The Young Racers (1963) was produced and directed by Corman in Europe for AIP, starring and written by Campbell. [77] Corman, an independent director, was most comfortable in his own style: shoestring budgets and shooting schedules measured in days, rather than weeks. He announced an intention to make less commercial films, movies more like I Never Promised You a Rose Garden and Cries and Whispers. The result was Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (1965). In 2006, Corman received the David O. Selznick Award from the Producers Guild of America. Corman financed the early directorial efforts of Carl Franklin (Nowhere to Run (1989)), Vargas Llosa and Katt Shea (Stripped to Kill (1988), Stripped to Kill II (1989)). The Masque of the Red Death. Sure, filmmakers like Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Jonathan Demme, James Cameron and Joe Dante probably would have found their way into the game eventually, but the fact remains that they all got their start under the tutelage of Corman and his low-budget genre factory -- a tireless B-picture … Bill, Corman studied English literature at Oxford University and lived in Paris for a time. [42], For his own production company, Corman made a rock-and-roll "quickle", Carnival Rock (1957), released by Howco. The Death Artist), Piranha and Not of this Earth. Prime Video From $2.99 $ 2. [132] Cameron, Coppola, Demme, Hanson, Howard and Scorsese have all gone on to win Academy Awards. "[34] His brother Gene was already working in the film industry as an agent and Roger decided to go into filmmaking, instead. Corman proposed an adaptation of "The Fall of the House of Usher" by Edgar Allan Poe and AIP agreed. He was given a $2.5 million budget and made it for $400,000 less. Early Concorde releases include Loose Screws (1985), a sequel to Screwballs; Streetwalkin' (1985), a more serious drama directed by Joan Freeman; Cocaine Wars (1986), the first in a series of movies Corman would finance in South America; Hour of the Assassin (1987), shot in Peru and the first film directed by Luis Llosa; and Munchies (1987), a spoof of Gremlins directed by Tina Hirsch. [129], A number of noted filmmakers (including directors, producers, writers, and cinematographers) have worked with Corman, usually early in their careers, including Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Ron Howard, Polly Platt, Peter Bogdanovich, Armondo Linus Acosta, Paul Bartel, Jonathan Demme, Donald G. Jackson, Gale Anne Hurd, Carl Colpaert, Joe Dante, James Cameron, John Sayles, Monte Hellman, Carl Franklin,[130] George Armitage, Jonathan Kaplan, George Hickenlooper, Curtis Hanson, Jack Hill, Robert Towne, Menahem Golan, James Horner, and Timur Bekmambetov. Creature from the Haunted Sea (1961) – Roger Corman May 23, 2014 Kevin 0 Comments Creature from the Haunted Sea is a 1961 cult film directed by Roger Corman from a screenplay by Charles B. Griffith. Roger Corman Presents was a series of films made for Showtime by movie producer Roger Corman. Of New World's second year, Corman says 11 of the 12 releases were successful. With no formal training, Corman first took to the director's chair with Five Guns West (1955) and over the next 15 years directed 53 films, mostly for AIP. Corman is famously prolific, in his American International Pictures years and afterward. He optioned a TV play The Stake and hoped to get Dana Andrews to star. [118] He also started contributing trailer commentaries to Dante's web series Trailers from Hell. He also signed with Columbia to make a Western, The Long Ride Home, based on a script by Robert Towne. He announced a comedy about the population explosion, There Just Isn't Any Room, but it appears to have never been made.[80]. Rock All Night (1957) was a heist film written by Griffith expanded from a TV play, "The Little Guy", with musical acts inserted. All Films ; Fandango US ; Amazon US ; Amazon Video US ; iTunes US ; Upgrade to a Letterboxd Pro account to add your favorite services to this list—including any service and country pair listed on JustWatch—and to enable one-click filtering by all your favorites.. Powered by JustWatch They financed Corman's next film as director, the science-fiction story It Conquered the World (1956). "[101], The case with New World settled out of court. [82] However, this did not happen for a number of years. New World sued Corman in return, claiming he was seeking to return to distribution, and was discrediting New World to potential investors. He had his biggest budget yet for I Mobster (1958), a gangster story, co-produced by Edward L. Alperson and Corman's brother Gene for 20th Century Fox. In March 1985 Corman announced he would establish a new distribution "cooperative", Concorde Pictures, where producers could get relatively cheap distribution from Concorde in exchange for contributing to the company's overhead. 74 global ratings. "[10], Corman mentored and gave a start to many young film directors such as Francis Ford Coppola,[11] Ron Howard,[12] Martin Scorsese,[13] Jonathan Demme,[14] John Sayles,[15] and James Cameron,[16][17] and was highly influential in the New Hollywood filmmaking movement of the 1960s and 1970s. Roger William Corman (born April 5, 1926)[3] is an American film director, producer, and actor. Corman found work at 20th Century Fox initially in the mail room. Aliens Among Us) and its sequel, Inhumanoid, Sawbones, Not Like Us, and Last Exit to Earth. Harrington used footage from Planeta Bur in another film financed by Corman, Queen of Blood (1966). Concorde signed Wilson to a long-term contract and he made a number of sequels for the company, including Bloodfist II and Fighting to Win.[104]. [97], Corman sold New World Pictures in January 1983 to a consortium of three lawyers for $16.9 million.[98]. [71], He was announced for a number of other projects at Columbia: the biopic of Robert E. Lee, an adaptation of Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, an adaptation of Kafka's The Penal Colony, and a script by novelist Richard Yates about the Battle of Iwo Jima. He financed two Westerns shot back to back in Utah directed by Monte Hellman and written and co-produced by Jack Nicholson, The Shooting (1967) and Ride in the Whirlwind (1967) which became cult successes. Corman made a film for American TV, Target: Harry (1968), shot in Europe with his brother producing. "Producing is easy. Roger Corman and Jon Davison at the 2006 Producers Guild awards. [128] The Academy Film Archive restored Corman's film The Masque of the Red Death in 2019. After Hour of the Assassin, he made a series of films in Peru, including Crime Zone (1989), also directed by Luis Llosa), and Full Fathom Five (1990), directed by Carl Franklin. He worked his way up to a story reader. For Filmgroup, Corman directed The Wasp Woman (1959), starring Cabot from a script by Gordon. The resulting film, House of Usher (1960), shot in early 1960, was a critical and commercial hit. Roger Corman Collection (Bloody Mama / A Bucket of Blood / The Trip / Premature Burial / The Young Racers / The Wild Angels / Gas-s-s / X) 4.3 out of 5 stars 28. He was going to direct a thriller from a script by Robert Towne, I Flew a Spy Plane Over Russia. [138], American film director, producer, and actor, American International Pictures and Allied Artists, End of the Poe cycle and filming in Europe. "[70], In August 1965, Corman announced he had signed a contract with United Artists to make two films over three years. 20 Essential Films From Roger Corman And His Film School Posted on June 4, 2014 March 28, 2019 by Alex Moore If it wasn’t for Roger Corman, the Pope of pop cinema, the undisputed king of the B-movie, and one of the most prolific producers of all time, we may have never seen the work of many of the greatest filmmakers/actors ever. Student Nurses led to a "cycle" of nurse pictures, including Private Duty Nurses (the first film directed by George Armitage), Night Call Nurses (1972) (the first feature directed by Jonathan Kaplan), The Young Nurses and Candy Stripe Nurses (1975). If I can't get my guaranteed distribution, I'm forced to go back to running the company. ", Schallert, Edwin. On Demme, see Charlie Rose (PBS), first aired April 29, 2017. In September 1967, he announced plans to build a new film studio. But I decided I was going nowhere and wanted to move directly into the business. New World agreed to distribute all of Corman's films until March 1984. The Haunted Palace (1963) Not Rated | 87 min | Horror. Corman bought it for $75,000 and it earned over $2 million at the U.S. box office. Corman had to deal with the decline of the drive-in market and studio competition through the 1990s, but Concorde-New Horizons still made 15-24 pictures a year. These titles include Rock 'n' Roll High School, Death Race 2000, Galaxy of Terror, Forbidden World and Piranha, with additional titles continuing to be released. All Films ; Fandango US ; Amazon US ; Amazon Video US ; iTunes US ; Upgrade to a Letterboxd Pro account to add your favorite services to this list—including any service and country pair listed on JustWatch—and to enable one-click filtering by all your favorites.. Powered by JustWatch Under the terms of the contract, he agreed to stay on as consultant for two years and to provide New World with at least five films they could release. [60] It was not made; neither were two comedies he was to make with Dick Miller and Jon Haze, Murder at the Convention[61] and Pan and the Satyrs.[62]. He was the co-founder of New World Pictures, the founder of New Concorde and is a longtime member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He did not enjoy the restrictions of working for a major studio. 2014 | R | CC. Film elements and prints for many movies directed, produced, and/or distributed by Corman are held at the Academy Film Archive as part of the New Horizons Collection. It was a big hit. He also released The Magic Voyage of Sinbad (1962), dubbed from an overseas film. He set up a new production company, Millennium – the title of which was taken from the name of a 1981 retrospective of Corman's work at the National Film Theatre of London. The Woolner Brothers, Louisiana drive-in owners, financed Corman's Swamp Women (1956), a girls-on-the-lam saga. He produced another version of Masque of the Red Death (1989), directed by Larry Brand. ", Scheuer, Philip K. "Shocker pioneers tell how to make monsters: Want to make a monster? He had money in Navy vs. the Night Monsters (1967). [45], Corman made two "teen girl noirs", Teenage Doll (1957) for the Woolner Brothers and Sorority Girl (1957), starring Susan Cabot for AIP. C $51.12. He continued to produce creature films, such as Raptor (2001, dir Jim Wynorski). While at Stanford, Corman realized he did not want to be an engineer. [69] He bought the rights to another Soviet science-fiction film, Planeta Bur (1962), and had some additional footage added to it by Curtis Harrington. Corman went to Beverly Hills High School and then to Stanford University to study industrial engineering. Movies as we know them just wouldn't be the same without Roger Corman. "Dick thought it was funny and let me pay myself a commission", said Corman. Also in 2006, his film Fall of the House of Usher was among the twenty-five movies selected for the National Film Registry, a compilation of significant films being preserved by the Library of Congress. Roger Corman and Dennis Hopper at a special screening of "The Last Movie". Other movies were Fun and Profit by Joel Rapp, The Wild Surfers by John Lamb, and Planet of Storms by Jack Hill. Ever since the early 1950s, famed indie producer and sometime director Roger Corman turned out hundreds of low-budget genre flicks while revolutionizing the way films were made and distributed. The film was co-financed by Pathe labs; AIP put pressure on Pathe and ended up buying out their interest. [52] In February 1959, Filmgroup announced they would release 10 films. The Untold Story of Roger Corman's The Fantastic Four is a 2015 documentary film about the troubled production of the unreleased ... "Director Marty Langford keeps the doc moving along very well, with nary a bump in the road," and "Even grade-Z movies deserve to be loved, and DOOMED quite expertly shines a light on one such case." Roger Corman founded the film company AIP, and has directed and/or produced such low-budget classics as Attack of the Crab Monsters, The Little Shop of Horrors, The Raven, The Man with the X-Ray Eyes, The Wild Angels, The Trip, Night Call Nurses, Bloody Mama, Piranha, and many others. When Corman received no credit at all, he left Fox and decided he would work in film by himself. It was made with Universal, Corman's first film with a major studio in a long time. Rusoff and Corman reunited on Day the World Ended (1955), a postapocalyptic science-fiction film, which was popular. Neither was a story Corman optioned, The Spy in the Vatican.[78]. Roger Corman’s films include The Godfather: Part II, The Silence of the Lambs, Rachel Getting Married, Philadelphia… Corman argued "My whole point in selling was to free myself of the burden of running the company and to get guaranteed distribution. Corman was to make The Devil on Horseback by Charles B. Griffith about the Brownsville Raid,[39] but it was too expensive. [70] It was not made. Roger Corman Collection (Bloody Mama / A Bucket of Blood / The Trip / Premature Burial / The Young Racers / The Wild Angels / Gas-s-s / X) Peter Fonda (Actor), Susan Strasberg (Actor), Roger Corman (Director) & 0 more. Corman also continued to make action films: Escape from Afghanistan (2001) was a Russian film, Peshavar Waltz plus some additional footage; The Hunt for Eagle One (2006) and The Hunt for Eagle One: Crash Point (2006) were shot in the Philippines; Roger Corman's Operation Rogue (2014); Fist of the Dragon (2015). [81] AIP made some changes to the film in post-production which made Corman unhappy. Roger Corman, FilmmakerBorn: April 5 1926Best Known As: "The King of B-Movies"First Major Screen Credit: The Fast and the Furious (1954) Roger Corman has been making low-budget movies since the 1950s. He proposed making a film in color for $200,000, shot over 15 days. Rent Roger Corman Movies and TV Shows on DVD and Blu-ray. [72][73] He intended to make The Deserters for UA, from a script by Wright, but that was not made either. He did some uncredited directing on AIP's De Sade (1969) when director Cy Endfield fell ill. The one property that he liked the most and provided ideas for was filmed as The Gunfighter with Gregory Peck. [67] None of these films was made, nor was The Gold Bug, a Poe adaptation written by Griffith.[68]. Astronauts landing on Venus kill a creature that resembles a pterosaur which is worshiped by the local women. A proposed political satire, The Wild Political Prank, was not made. Corman sold the movie to a new independent company, the American Releasing Company, run by James H. Nicholson and Samuel Z. Arkoff. Corman also remade Not of this Earth (1988) and released Big Bad Mama II (1987), and Transylvania Twist (1989); all three were directed by Jim Wynorski. It's like spotting Richard Sinatra who played "Marty" in Gene Corman's 1959 movie BEAST FROM THE HAUNTED CAVE waiting for Robert Towne to finish using the one and only pay phone in Roger Corman's THE CREATURE FROM THE HAUNTED SEA (1961). Fast, free delivery. It was another sizeable hit and the "Poe cycle" of films was underway. ", "Corman takes option to film 'Kickback'. He also bought the rights to a Yugoslavian film, Operation Titan (1963), and financed additional shooting by Jack Hill and Stephanie Rothman. Release Calendar DVD & Blu-ray Releases Top Rated Movies Most Popular Movies Browse Movies by Genre Top Box Office Showtimes & Tickets Showtimes & Tickets In Theaters Coming Soon Coming Soon Movie News India Movie … The film's TV rights were picked up by A&E IndieFilms after a well-received screening at Sundance. The Raven is a 1963 American comedy horror film produced and directed by Roger Corman.The film stars Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, and Boris Karloff as a trio of rival sorcerers.The supporting cast includes Jack Nicholson as the son of Lorre's character.. In 1995 Corman was executive producer on Roger Corman Presents, a special series of 13 movies for Showtime with budgets of around $1.5 million each. [54] It does not seem to have been made. Roger Corman's singular film career is often preceded by its reputation. Service. He also executive produced Unholy Rollers (1972) for AIP. More experimental was Nightfall (1988). Corman also has significant credits as writer and actor. 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