Tale of a visionary producer that built a film empire through the drive-in's. Roger Corman might not have gotten the respect of his peers, but he secured a legacy for himself by helping young filmmakers make a name for themselves and start the "New Hollywood" of the 70s. It also helps to show off the quality of his work, with the Poe adaptations, "The Trip" & "The Intruder" proving he was more than the King of the Bs
All hail Roger Corman and his illustrious alumni. Say what you will about the various degrees of merit of his near 400 features one has to admit the man has created quite the legacy for himself. From the great Poe adaptations, the biker flicks, the seventies exploitation films to the great foreign films his company distributed one just has to admire his uncompromising vision to make a buck. Needed to be much longer.