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American International Pictures and Roger Corman

Low Budget At It's Best...

Best known for low budgets, campy horror and exploitation, AIP was the brainchild of, Roger Corman, Sam Arkoff and James Nicholson. The Drive-In classics were born with the help of this studio.

Corman made the most of a limited budget and during the hey-day of the studio, he teamed with the great Vincent Price to bring to the screen many of Edgar Allan Poe's works.

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Now, if AIP and Roger Corman films are your idea of a great time, then stay tuned for some great reviews in the coming weeks! Here is just a small sample of films we will cover in this section:

*Attack of the Crab Monsters
*It Conquered the World
*Wasp Woman (1959)
*A Bucket of Blood
*The Fall of the House of Usher
*The Pit and the Pendulum (1961)
*Premature Burial
*Masque of the Red Death (1965)