Join us as we explore the wild and offbeat cinema that played the roadshows, drive-ins and grindhouses.
For exploitation film fans, Roger Corman is one of the most popular and loved icons. His history as a producer of low budget genre cinema is legendary. This volume is dedicated to his pioneering work in the film industry and the many artists he helped mentor. Welcome to the CORMAN SCHOOL OF CINEMA!
William Shatner as white supremacist Adam Cramer in THE INTRUDER, one of Roger's most controversial and important films.
Founded in 1970, NEW WORLD PICTURES was Roger's own production company that specialized in exploitation films. The studio would go on to release both low budget genre films and arthouse classics with equal success.
This comprehensive oral history takes readers behind the scenes of more than six decades of American cinema, as now-legendary directors and actors candidly unspool recollections of working with Corman, continually one-upping one another with tales of the years before their big breaks. Includes dozens of full-color reproductions of classic Corman movie posters; behind-the-scenes photographs and ephemera. BUY THE BOOK