We’ve finally reached the end of the Corman-verse Blogathon, and what a
blogathon it’s been. While no single event can capture the immensity of Corman’s
impact on film and filmmakers, I think our contributors did a splendid job of spotlighting
the wide range of eclectic films associated with this maverick writer/director/producer/actor.
Once again, I’d like to extend my heartfelt thanks to co-host Gill Jacob for helping make this blogathon possible. Also, many thanks to our wonderful contributors, and to you the reader! It was a blast, as always, and I look forward to my next joint venture with Gill in October (I hope y’all will join us again)!
Along with the final entries, be sure to visit the recaps from days
One, Two, and Three:
the final batch of submissions…
I’m pleased to present the debut post for Amber’s new blog, Camp and Circumstance, with her review of Gunslinger (1956).
from Dubsism finds hidden sports analogies in A Bucket of Blood (1959).
Binford from Diary of a Movie Maniac returns for a look at the not-so-sunny-side of Suburbia (1983).
What’s that rapping at your chamber door? Kayla from Whimsically Classic informs us, with a look at The Raven (1963).