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Sag Cinema Celebrates Roger Corman

Mon, 06/10/2024 - 13:49
Jonathan Haze plays a florist's assistant who cultivates a plant that feeds on human blood in "The Little Shop of Horrors," part of the Sag Harbor Cinema's tribute to Roger Corman.

The Sag Harbor Cinema will celebrate the life and work of Roger Corman, the producer-director who died in May at the age of 98, with screenings of three films this weekend that show the range of his long and singular career.

"The Fall of the House of Usher" (1960), the first of Corman's eight adaptations of work by Edgar Allan Poe, stars Vincent Price as Roderick Usher, the ambitious and driven patriarch of a family in decline. 

Corman shifted from horror to dark comedy with "The Little Shop of Horrors" (1960), in which a florist's assistant cultivates a plant that feeds on human blood. 

"The Intruder" (1962) stars William Shatner as a racist who fights court-ordered integration in a Southern town.

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