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Roger Corman ist ein US-amerikanischer Independent-Regisseur und Filmproduzent. Corman machte sich durch günstig produzierte, jedoch qualitativ überdurchschnittliche und kommerziell erfolgreiche B-Movies. Roger Corman (* 5. April in Detroit, Michigan) ist ein US-amerikanischer Independent-Regisseur und Filmproduzent. Corman machte sich durch günstig. von mehr als Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für DVD & Blu-ray: "​Roger Corman". getnoki.co - Kaufen Sie Roger Corman - Classic Box günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu​. Roger Corman hat acht Filme nach Motiven von Poe gemacht. Ein Gespräch mit der Hollywood-Legende über Horrorhäuser, schreiende Zuschauer und Jack.

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Much of Corman's work has an established critical reputation, such as his cycle of low-budget cult films adapted from the tales of Edgar Allan Poe.

Corman mentored and gave a start to many young film directors such as Francis Ford Coppola , [10] Ron Howard , [11] Martin Scorsese , [12] Jonathan Demme , [13] John Sayles , [14] and James Cameron , [15] [16] and was highly influential in the New Hollywood filmmaking movement of the s and s.

While at Stanford, Corman realized he did not want to be an engineer. He served in the United States Navy from to He returned to Stanford to finish his degree, receiving a bachelor of science in industrial engineering in In , he worked briefly at U.

Electrical Motors on Slauson Avenue in Los Angeles, but his career in engineering lasted only four days; he began work on Monday and quit on Thursday, telling his boss "I've made a terrible mistake.

Corman found work at 20th Century Fox initially in the mail room. He worked his way up to a story reader. The one property that he liked the most and provided ideas for was filmed as The Gunfighter with Gregory Peck.

When Corman received no credit at all, he left Fox and decided he would work in film by himself. Under the G. He then returned to Los Angeles and tried to re-establish himself in the film industry.

He worked as an assistant to agent Dick Hyland, a literary agent. Corman wrote a script in his spare time and sold it to William F.

Corman also worked as associate producer on the film for nothing, just for the experience. The film did well enough to encourage Corman to produce another film, the racing-car thriller The Fast and the Furious , directed by its star, John Ireland , and co-starring Dorothy Malone.

Nicholson and Samuel Z. 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.

Rusoff and Corman reunited on Day the World Ended , a postapocalyptic science-fiction film, which was popular.

Griffith about the Brownsville Raid , [38] but it was too expensive. Corman was established as their leading filmmaker. They financed Corman's next film as director, the science-fiction story It Conquered the World It was a big hit.

Griffith wrote the script. Corman and Griffith reunited in Attack of the Crab Monsters for Allied, which wound up being one of his most successful early films.

For his own production company, Corman made a rock-and-roll "quickle", Carnival Rock , released by Howco. In April , Corman announced he would try to make two films back-to-back from then on to save costs.

Corman received his first serious critical praise for Machine-Gun Kelly , an AIP biopic of the famous gangster , which gave Charles Bronson his first leading role and co-starred Cabot.

Campbell wrote the script. He helped produce two films for Allied Artists, both from scripts by Leo Gordon : Hot Car Girl , directed by Bernard Kowalski and produced by his brother Gene the first film they made together from a script by Gordon; and The Cry Baby Killer , which gave Jack Nicholson his first starring role.

He had his biggest budget yet for I Mobster , a gangster story, co-produced by Edward L. Alperson and Corman's brother Gene for 20th Century Fox.

In September , he was reported as scouting locations in Australia to do a remake of H. Rider Haggard 's She. War of the Satellites was conceived and shot in record time to take advantage of the Sputnik launch; it was his first collaboration with art director Daniel Haller.

In January , Corman announced he would be moving into distribution. In , Corman founded The Filmgroup with his brother Gene, a company producing or releasing low-budget black-and-white films as double features for drive-ins and action houses.

Corman announced he would follow it with a similar comedy, The Bloodshot Private Eye. Instead Griffith reused the same script structure and Corman employed many of the same cast in The Little Shop of Horrors This film was reputedly shot in two days and one night.

His brother and he made two films back-to-back in South Dakota: Ski Troop Attack , a war movie written by Griffith and directed by Corman, and Beast from Haunted Cave , the first film directed by Monte Hellman.

Filming on these two films went so quickly that Corman commissioned Griffith to write a third, which was shot at the same time: Creature from the Haunted Sea Corman was going to make Part Time Mother from a script by Griffith [55] but it appears to have never been made.

Corman, however, was tired of making films on this sort of budget, and was worried the market for them was in decline. The film was announced in May Richard Matheson was hired to do the adaptation and Vincent Price was brought in to star; Haller did the art direction.

The resulting film, House of Usher , shot in early , was a critical and commercial hit. It was another sizeable hit and the "Poe cycle" of films was underway.

The Stranger , Corman was unhappy with his profit participation on the first two Poe films, so he made a third adaptation for different producers, The Premature Burial , written by Charles Beaumont and starring Ray Milland.

The film was co-financed by Pathe labs; AIP put pressure on Pathe and ended up buying out their interest. It was meant to be the first in a three-picture deal with Small, but Corman did not enjoy working with the producer.

For Filmgroup, he also bought the rights to a Soviet science-fiction film, Nebo Zovyot and had some additional footage shot for it by his then-assistant, Francis Ford Coppola; the result was Battle Beyond the Sun He also released The Magic Voyage of Sinbad , dubbed from an overseas film.

The fourth Poe was an anthology, Tales of Terror , shot in late Corman did not direct all of this film; additional scenes were shot by Monte Hellman, Coppola, and Jack Hill, among others.

Working on the film was Francis Ford Coppola, whom Corman financed to make his directorial debut, Dementia 13 Back in the U.

Following this, he announced he would make The Life of Robert E. Corman got Towne to write a script called The Red Baron.

The result was Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet He also bought the rights to a Yugoslavian film, Operation Titan , and financed additional shooting by Jack Hill and Stephanie Rothman.

The result was Blood Bath Everything had been interesting, artistically satisfying, economically satisfying. But I decided I was going nowhere and wanted to move directly into the business.

So I accepted a contract with Columbia. In August , Corman announced he had signed a contract with United Artists to make two films over three years.

He was announced for a number of other projects at Columbia: the biopic of Robert E. He later reflected "Every idea I submitted was considered too strange, too weird; every idea they had seemed too ordinary to me.

Ordinary pictures don't make money. After a year of not directing, Corman took a leave of absence under his contract with Columbia to make a film for AIP, the first biker movie, The Wild Angels.

However, Corman left production a few weeks into the shoot in June and was replaced by Phil Karlson. Corman received an offer to direct a studio film, The St.

He did not enjoy the restrictions of working for a major studio. Nonetheless, it is generally considered one of his best films as a director.

Corman was meant to follow this with Robert E. Neither was a story Corman optioned, The Spy in the Vatican. He continued to finance films for Filmgroup: Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet , dubbing an old Soviet movie Planeta Bur into English with some additional footage shot by Curtis Harrington; Queen of Blood , using some Soviet footage but a mostly new film, directed by Harrington; Blood Bath , an adapted Yugoslavian film with additional footage shot by Stephanie Rothman and Jack Hill; Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women , yet another dubbed version of Planeta Bur with some additional footage shot by Corman's then-assistant Peter Bogdanovich.

He had money in Navy vs. He financed two Westerns shot back to back in Utah directed by Monte Hellman and written and co-produced by Jack Nicholson, The Shooting and Ride in the Whirlwind which became cult successes.

He announced a comedy about the population explosion, There Just Isn't Any Room , but it appears to have never been made.

This began the psychedelic film craze of the late s, and was the American entry at Cannes that year. In September , he announced plans to build a new film studio.

He financed Bogdanovich's first feature, Targets , which incorporated footage from The Terror. It was a big hit at the box office.

He also directed a black comedy, Gas-s-s-s , written by George Armitage ; it was cut without his permission by AIP, and was a financial failure.

United Artists finally agreed to finance his Red Baron project, although they asked it be given emphasis on American characters.

There were several plane crashes during filming and one person died. He was going to make a film of Couples , a novel by John Updike for United Artists , and In from a script by Richard Schupe, [83] but decided to take a break from directing.

I can do it without really thinking about it. Bury Me an Angel was the first biker movie directed by a woman, Barbara Peeters.

Of New World's second year, Corman says 11 of the 12 releases were successful. A proposed political satire, The Wild Political Prank , was not made.

It led to a follow-up, Crazy Mama , produced by his wife and directed by Demme. In , Corman said New World was "the most successful independent film company in the country He said they were "the best of the cheap acts.

New World was the U. New World also released Fantastic Planet Corman gave them the chance to direct together, with Hollywood Boulevard , which used outtakes from other New World films.

It was successful enough for Corman to give both men jobs directing features on their own: Dante with Piranha and Arkush with Rock 'n' Roll High School Other popular films around this time included Tidal Wave , a Japanese film to which Corman added some extra footage, and Jackson County Jail For Universal he made Fast Charlie He financed Bogdanovich's Saint Jack Corman was criticised when he insisted on the addition of footage featuring a rape for Humanoids from the Deep Battle Beyond the Stars was so successful Corman had its footage and music score reused in other films such as Galaxy of Terror and Forbidden World He picked up a film called The Personals which enjoyed success.

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.

New World agreed to distribute all of Corman's films until March He set up a new production company, Millennium — the title of which was taken from the name of a retrospective of Corman's work at the National Film Theatre of London.

Millennium's films included Space Raiders , a science fiction epic using footage and music from Battle Beyond the Stars ; Love Letters , a serious drama from Amy Holden Jones ; Screwballs , a sex comedy in the vein of Porky's ; Suburbia , directed by Penelope Spheeris , which he acquired, Deathstalker ; and Kain of Dark Planet which became The Warrior and the Sorceress.

Corman says people struggled with the name "Millennium" — "nobody could spell it, nobody knew what it meant" — so he changed it to New Horizons by early Corman and the new owners of New World ended up suing each other in March He said they refused to distribute School Spirit and Wheels of Fire.

New World sued Corman in return, claiming he was seeking to return to distribution, and was discrediting New World to potential investors.

Corman argued "My whole point in selling was to free myself of the burden of running the company and to get guaranteed distribution.

If I can't get my guaranteed distribution, I'm forced to go back to running the company. The case with New World settled out of court.

In March 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.

Early Concorde releases include Loose Screws , a sequel to Screwballs ; Streetwalkin' , a more serious drama directed by Joan Freeman; Cocaine Wars , the first in a series of movies Corman would finance in South America; Hour of the Assassin , shot in Peru and the first film directed by Luis Llosa ; and Munchies , a spoof of Gremlins directed by Tina Hirsch.

More experimental was Nightfall 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.

He returned to directing once more with Frankenstein Unbound They had a big hit with Carnosaur , which led to several sequels. Corman had to deal with the decline of the drive-in market and studio competition through the s, but Concorde-New Horizons still made pictures a year.

He created his own comic book franchise, Black Scorpion , which led to a sequel and later a TV series.

Later Concorde-New Horizons films included Overdrive The difference is that they are bigger and better now.

He continued to produce creature films, such as Raptor , dir Jim Wynorski. Dinocroc , which aired on the Syfy cable television channel [] and was popular enough for two sequels, Supergator and Dinocroc vs.

Supergator , as well as a spin-off film, Dinoshark Supergator was turned down by the Syfy channel, but Corman made it anyway. It led to two direct-to-video prequels and one direct-to-video sequel.

In , Corman produced and directed alongside director Joe Dante the web series "Splatter" for Netflix. By now, the SyFy channel was Corman's leading market.

For them, he made Sharktopus and Piranhaconda Corman produced the film Death Race , a sequel to the film Death Race It was made with Universal, Corman's first film with a major studio in a long time.

Corman married Julie Halloran in Portions of the film reappeared in 's Corman's World. In , Corman received the David O.

Selznick Award from the Producers Guild of America. Also in , 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.

Many have said that Corman's influence taught them some of the ins and outs of filmmaking. Howard was reportedly told by Corman, "If you do a good job on this film, you'll never have to work for me again.

The IMDB credits Corman with 55 directed films and some produced films from through , many as uncredited producer or executive producer consistent with his role as head of his own New World Pictures from through Corman also has significant credits as writer and actor.

On April 3, , a lawsuit by Corman's sons, Roger Martin Corman and Brian Corman, was filed against Corman to prevent the trade of his film collection.

It was later dropped. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American film director, producer, and actor. Detroit , Michigan , U.

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Hype uncredited. Show all 13 episodes. Il cinema secondo Corman Documentary very special thanks post-production. Just Call Me Jack special thanks post-production.

The Dark the producers wish to thank post-production. Short the producers wish to thank completed. Daddy-'O' Video documentary short special thanks.

Corman Video documentary short special thanks. Il cinema secondo Corman Documentary post-production Self. Self - Director, The Wild Angels.

Self - Film Director. Daddy-'O' Video documentary short Self. Self - Guest. Corman Video documentary short Self.

Video documentary Self. Arkoff Video documentary Self. Documentary Self. Self - Director - 'House of Usher'. Self - Contributor.

Self - Lifetime Achievement Recipient. Self - Interviewee. TV Movie documentary Self. Related Videos. Official Sites: MySpace.

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And that's where I met Jack. The thing that surprised me is that it took so long for him to be recognized. Trivia: As an example of his influence in Hollywood, no Corman-produced movies were up for Oscars at the Academy Awards, but nearly every major category featured wins or nominations by "Corman School" graduates--those whom Corman had either started in the business or mentored early in their careers.

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Diese Termine sind ohne Gewähr und können sich jederzeit ändern. Im Jahr wurde Corman ein Ehrenoscar für sein Lebenswerk verliehen. Nach dem Tod Edwards IV. Mit dem jungen William Shatner in der Hauptrolle war dies einer der ersten US-Filme überhaupt, die sich ernsthaft mit dem Thema Rassismus auseinandersetzten. Schlagzeilen zum Thema

It was meant to be the first in a three-picture deal with Small, but Corman did not enjoy working with the producer.

For Filmgroup, he also bought the rights to a Soviet science-fiction film, Nebo Zovyot and had some additional footage shot for it by his then-assistant, Francis Ford Coppola; the result was Battle Beyond the Sun He also released The Magic Voyage of Sinbad , dubbed from an overseas film.

The fourth Poe was an anthology, Tales of Terror , shot in late Corman did not direct all of this film; additional scenes were shot by Monte Hellman, Coppola, and Jack Hill, among others.

Working on the film was Francis Ford Coppola, whom Corman financed to make his directorial debut, Dementia 13 Back in the U. Following this, he announced he would make The Life of Robert E.

Corman got Towne to write a script called The Red Baron. The result was Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet He also bought the rights to a Yugoslavian film, Operation Titan , and financed additional shooting by Jack Hill and Stephanie Rothman.

The result was Blood Bath Everything had been interesting, artistically satisfying, economically satisfying.

But I decided I was going nowhere and wanted to move directly into the business. So I accepted a contract with Columbia.

In August , Corman announced he had signed a contract with United Artists to make two films over three years.

He was announced for a number of other projects at Columbia: the biopic of Robert E. He later reflected "Every idea I submitted was considered too strange, too weird; every idea they had seemed too ordinary to me.

Ordinary pictures don't make money. After a year of not directing, Corman took a leave of absence under his contract with Columbia to make a film for AIP, the first biker movie, The Wild Angels.

However, Corman left production a few weeks into the shoot in June and was replaced by Phil Karlson. Corman received an offer to direct a studio film, The St.

He did not enjoy the restrictions of working for a major studio. Nonetheless, it is generally considered one of his best films as a director.

Corman was meant to follow this with Robert E. Neither was a story Corman optioned, The Spy in the Vatican.

He continued to finance films for Filmgroup: Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet , dubbing an old Soviet movie Planeta Bur into English with some additional footage shot by Curtis Harrington; Queen of Blood , using some Soviet footage but a mostly new film, directed by Harrington; Blood Bath , an adapted Yugoslavian film with additional footage shot by Stephanie Rothman and Jack Hill; Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women , yet another dubbed version of Planeta Bur with some additional footage shot by Corman's then-assistant Peter Bogdanovich.

He had money in Navy vs. He financed two Westerns shot back to back in Utah directed by Monte Hellman and written and co-produced by Jack Nicholson, The Shooting and Ride in the Whirlwind which became cult successes.

He announced a comedy about the population explosion, There Just Isn't Any Room , but it appears to have never been made.

This began the psychedelic film craze of the late s, and was the American entry at Cannes that year.

In September , he announced plans to build a new film studio. He financed Bogdanovich's first feature, Targets , which incorporated footage from The Terror.

It was a big hit at the box office. He also directed a black comedy, Gas-s-s-s , written by George Armitage ; it was cut without his permission by AIP, and was a financial failure.

United Artists finally agreed to finance his Red Baron project, although they asked it be given emphasis on American characters. There were several plane crashes during filming and one person died.

He was going to make a film of Couples , a novel by John Updike for United Artists , and In from a script by Richard Schupe, [83] but decided to take a break from directing.

I can do it without really thinking about it. Bury Me an Angel was the first biker movie directed by a woman, Barbara Peeters.

Of New World's second year, Corman says 11 of the 12 releases were successful. A proposed political satire, The Wild Political Prank , was not made.

It led to a follow-up, Crazy Mama , produced by his wife and directed by Demme. In , Corman said New World was "the most successful independent film company in the country He said they were "the best of the cheap acts.

New World was the U. New World also released Fantastic Planet Corman gave them the chance to direct together, with Hollywood Boulevard , which used outtakes from other New World films.

It was successful enough for Corman to give both men jobs directing features on their own: Dante with Piranha and Arkush with Rock 'n' Roll High School Other popular films around this time included Tidal Wave , a Japanese film to which Corman added some extra footage, and Jackson County Jail For Universal he made Fast Charlie He financed Bogdanovich's Saint Jack Corman was criticised when he insisted on the addition of footage featuring a rape for Humanoids from the Deep Battle Beyond the Stars was so successful Corman had its footage and music score reused in other films such as Galaxy of Terror and Forbidden World He picked up a film called The Personals which enjoyed success.

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.

New World agreed to distribute all of Corman's films until March He set up a new production company, Millennium — the title of which was taken from the name of a retrospective of Corman's work at the National Film Theatre of London.

Millennium's films included Space Raiders , a science fiction epic using footage and music from Battle Beyond the Stars ; Love Letters , a serious drama from Amy Holden Jones ; Screwballs , a sex comedy in the vein of Porky's ; Suburbia , directed by Penelope Spheeris , which he acquired, Deathstalker ; and Kain of Dark Planet which became The Warrior and the Sorceress.

Corman says people struggled with the name "Millennium" — "nobody could spell it, nobody knew what it meant" — so he changed it to New Horizons by early Corman and the new owners of New World ended up suing each other in March He said they refused to distribute School Spirit and Wheels of Fire.

New World sued Corman in return, claiming he was seeking to return to distribution, and was discrediting New World to potential investors.

Corman argued "My whole point in selling was to free myself of the burden of running the company and to get guaranteed distribution. If I can't get my guaranteed distribution, I'm forced to go back to running the company.

The case with New World settled out of court. In March 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.

Early Concorde releases include Loose Screws , a sequel to Screwballs ; Streetwalkin' , a more serious drama directed by Joan Freeman; Cocaine Wars , the first in a series of movies Corman would finance in South America; Hour of the Assassin , shot in Peru and the first film directed by Luis Llosa ; and Munchies , a spoof of Gremlins directed by Tina Hirsch.

More experimental was Nightfall 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.

He returned to directing once more with Frankenstein Unbound They had a big hit with Carnosaur , which led to several sequels.

Corman had to deal with the decline of the drive-in market and studio competition through the s, but Concorde-New Horizons still made pictures a year.

He created his own comic book franchise, Black Scorpion , which led to a sequel and later a TV series. Later Concorde-New Horizons films included Overdrive The difference is that they are bigger and better now.

He continued to produce creature films, such as Raptor , dir Jim Wynorski. Dinocroc , which aired on the Syfy cable television channel [] and was popular enough for two sequels, Supergator and Dinocroc vs.

Supergator , as well as a spin-off film, Dinoshark Supergator was turned down by the Syfy channel, but Corman made it anyway.

It led to two direct-to-video prequels and one direct-to-video sequel. In , Corman produced and directed alongside director Joe Dante the web series "Splatter" for Netflix.

By now, the SyFy channel was Corman's leading market. For them, he made Sharktopus and Piranhaconda Corman produced the film Death Race , a sequel to the film Death Race It was made with Universal, Corman's first film with a major studio in a long time.

Corman married Julie Halloran in Portions of the film reappeared in 's Corman's World. In , Corman received the David O. Selznick Award from the Producers Guild of America.

Also in , 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.

Many have said that Corman's influence taught them some of the ins and outs of filmmaking. Howard was reportedly told by Corman, "If you do a good job on this film, you'll never have to work for me again.

The IMDB credits Corman with 55 directed films and some produced films from through , many as uncredited producer or executive producer consistent with his role as head of his own New World Pictures from through Corman also has significant credits as writer and actor.

On April 3, , a lawsuit by Corman's sons, Roger Martin Corman and Brian Corman, was filed against Corman to prevent the trade of his film collection.

It was later dropped. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American film director, producer, and actor. Detroit , Michigan , U.

Julie Corman m. Main article: Roger Corman filmography. Retrieved May 25, Regista e produttore che non si limitava a realizzare tanti film, li faceva decisamente suoi con la soddisfazione di essere diventato, con l'andare del tempo, un vero autore alternativo, poco elaborato, ma geniale.

Incassi a non finire, fantastico dal punto di vista narrativo, ha completato il suo percorso artistico all'inizio degli Anni Novanta, decretando la sua uscita di scena.

Roger Corman ha essenzialmente un tocco alla Re Mida: il suo intuito lo portava quasi sempre ad azzeccare il film con conseguente gratitudine di attori e collaboratori.

Erotico a modo suo, divorava fumetti sgualciti da piccolo e ha restituito al cinema quella vacua suspense contenuta in essi, dove anche un telo nero nasconde l'orrore Ogni suo personaggio, se si segue quest'ottica segue questo percorso.

Da sottolineare anche il suo fiuto da talent scout per attori e registi. Senza di lui, insomma Il mestiere di produttore Roger William Corman nasce il 5 aprile a Detroit, figlio di un ingegnere e di una casalinga.

All'inizio cerca di seguire le orme paterne, laureandosi in ingegneria alla Stanford University e alla Oxford University, ma poi si arruola in Marina.

Dopo aver viaggiato in lungo e in largo per il Ministero della Difesa, viene assunto come fattorino per la 20th Century Fox, che lo promuove a revisore di soggetti cinematografici.

Capisce da subito che se vuole sopravvivere in questa avventura deve applicare la parsimonia alle tecniche di mercato cinematografico e lo fa senza troppi problemi.

Detto fatto. Nel firma il suo primo film Le donne della palude , seguito da altri interessanti titoli. I film tratti dai racconti di Edgar Allan Poe Fortemente interessato alla letteratura d'orrore, pensa che potrebbe essere molto proficuo trasporre molti dei racconti di Edgar Allan Poe al cinema.

Gli altri film degli Anni Sessanta Con i soldi guadagnati, negli Anni Settanta fonda la New World Pictures che gli permette di produrre e distribuire lui stesso le pellicole.

Nel Corman ha prodotto e diretto, insieme con il regista Joe Dante , la webserie Splatter per Netflix. Supergator e Sharktopus per il canale televisivo via cavo Syfy.

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