Sunday, 28 June 2009

Nice B movie horror site

B Movies and Beyond:

Co-incidentally I was privileged to see Roger Corman, sometimes called the King of the B's, at the EIFF. He indicated that the title was a misnomer, because the B movie referred to major studio productions during the period of the double bill, circa 1930 to 1950, when there would be A films supported by B films. He felt his work for AIP wasn't really a B-movie in this sense, and that if there were two films they would be more B+ pictures of equal stature.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting a link to my site and for the Corman anecdote. Maybe I should change my site to B+ Movies and Beyond?