The duality of Roger Corman is on display, showcasing his spooky gothic side with The Terror – marking the 60th anniversary of its release this year – and his more whimsical side with The Little Shop of Horrors in this special collector’s edition double-feature on Blu-ray and DVD from Film Masters.
Roger Corman’s suspenseful, cult classic, Beast from Haunted Cave – newly restored from a 4K scan of 35mm archival materials – will be released as a special collector’s edition on Blu-ray and DVD from Film Masters just in time for Halloween.
“Screaming young girls sucked into a labyrinth of horror by a blood-starved ghoul from Hell.”
Noyo’s a sleepy little place, where nothing much happens. So why are people being attacked and killed by things that come out of the water? The answer involves pollution and mutated sea life that’s developed a taste for death. As the ‘orrible humanoids lay siege to Noyo, it’s up to the great Doug McClure, to put a stop to their murderous rampages. Humanoids from the Deep is cheesy, sleazy classic, lovingly presented by your pals at 88 Films.
“From the caverns of the deep… It strikes! Between life and death, there is… Humanoids from the Deep!”
This April Indicator presents a quartet of maverick, genre-twisting dramas from some of the most unique and brilliant voices in American cinema.
Indicator presents UK Blu-ray premieres of Suddenly, Last Summer (1959), The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre (1967), Little Murders (1971), and The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (1972).
“These are powers and passions without precedent in motion pictures!”
Space out in 2018 with airings of cult classic movies: The Craft, Labyrinth and Bubba Ho-Tep, and classic science fiction television: Andromeda and Stargate: Atlantis; only on Comet TV!
Need to warm up on the cold winter Wednesdays? Look no further than Comet TV’s brand new 2-hour block of Edgar Allan Poe programming.
“Relax… It’s only magic. Now who’s pathetic?”
Humanoids from the Deep, directed by Barbara Peeters (and an uncredited Jimmy T. Murakami), is an American science fiction monster movie produced by Roger Corman and New World Pictures.
Star Ann Turkel has stated that what began in pre-production as “an intelligent suspenseful science-fiction story” soon became an exploitative splatter movie. Roger Corman, disappointed with the rough cut, requested that further sex be shot and inserted into the final cut.