Roger Corman at Anthology Film Archives
A brashly economical and wildly prolific popular artist, Corman directed and produced many of the most entertaining genre films of the 1960s, mostly for the drive-in studio American-International Pictures. As part of its ongoing AIP retrospective, Anthology hosts Corman, now eighty nine, who will present three subterranean classics: the visionary X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963), the beatnik horror comedy A Bucket of Blood (1960), and the last and most lavish of his Vincent Price-Edgar Allen Poe fantasias, The Tomb of Ligeia (1964).
For more information, and a complete list of showtimes, visit anthologyfilmarchives.org.
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