Director: Roger Corman
Starring: Dick Miller, Barboura Morris, Antony Carbone. USA. 1h 6m
Despite being a comedy horror I adore so much about his simple yet thrilling horror. A naive and talentless artist finds success after a terrible accident and the rush of power and fame causes him to take his art to deadly new heights.
Much praise has to go to Dick Miller for playing the ead Walter Paisley, a slightly simple and clumsy busboy at a beatnik cafe who’s biggest desire is to be “in” with the hip(ster) scene. The most impressive of the cool cats is Maxwell the faultless poet and Walter would do anything to get his praise and that of the adorable Carla. Continue reading A Bucket of Blood (1959)
I totally aced my movie record last night, I got home from work early as I was feeling unwell and stayed up late feeling equally unwell and managed to fit in a ridiculous amount of movies…
I started the evening with Imperium (2016) – I had little faith in Daniel Radcliffe being a skinhead but as an undercover cop kinda skin he seemed a little more plausible. But there was this nagging feeling that he was out of place, a lot of people has issues with Tom Hanks being a gangster in Road to Perdition (2002) but I had no problem with that but this… just didn’t gel right. Still it tells an interesting if predictable story, but it tells it well. Without being over dramatic and focusing in on being purely offensive for vulgarity’s sake.Undercover work never seemed to basic. Still it’s another film to portray racists as the ridiculous eejits that they really are, and couldn’t have come at a better time.. For now it’s sit comfortable at 6/10 but I’m still forming a formal opinion on it. Continue reading Last nights movies 07.11.2016