Archive for tag: The Lady in Red

The Gangster Mamas (and Other Lady Outlaws) of Big Bad Corman – DVDs of the Week

6 December, 2010 (18:06) | by Sean Axmaker, DVD, Film Reviews | By: Sean Axmaker

Big Bad Mama / Big Bad Mama II Double Feature (Shout! Factory) Crazy Mama / The Lady In Red Double Feature (Shout! Factory) One of the less recognized genres that director/producer/indie-exploitation movie mogul Roger Corman adopted as a minor specialty was the depression-era gangster movie. As a director he turned out Machine Gun Kelly (1958), […]

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“And then I just go ahead and write that dialogue” – John Sayles [Part 1]

19 September, 2009 (10:48) | by Richard T. Jameson, Interviews | By: Richard T. Jameson

[Originally published in Movietone News 66-67, March 1981] Introduction by Richard T. Jameson When it comes to new hope for the American cinema, filmcrit types are always in the market. New hope in 1980 took the form of a low-budget festival film with the misunderstandable title Return of the Secaucus 7. It wasn’t a documentary, […]

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