The Roger Corman Puerto Rico Trilogy 2006 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Three cult classics from the legendary Roger Corman! In 1960, the producer/director set sail for the sunny island of Puerto Rico, where the lush, tropical paradise offered a unique backdrop for three drive-in favorites. Featuring the long-awaited restoration of the rarely seen 35mm color, letterboxed theatrical version of Last Woman on Earth, an apocalyptic drive-in favorite in which two men and one woman skindiving off the coast of Puero Rico surface to discover that an oxygen shortage has wiped out humanity! Featuring a new commentary track with stars Betsy Jones-Moreland and Anthony Carbone, the original 35mm color theatrical trailer and bonus shot-for-TV scenes.
Plus: The original letterboxed theatrical version of Creature from the Haunted Sea, a creature feature chiller in which criminals cashing in on a tropical revolution get more than they bargained for when a monstrous sea menace interferes with their plans. Featuring audio commentary by Jones-Morland and Carbone, additional shot-for-TV scenes directed by Monte Hellman, and the original theatrical trailer.
And: The theatrical version of Battle of Blood Island, a riveting tale of survival in which two American GIs remaining after a Japanese onslaught fight to stay alive and evade the enemy. Featuring audio commentary by Director Joel M. Rapp and shot-for-TV scenes. Additional features include an image gallery and a collection of Roger Corman trailers, including Beast with a Million Eyes, Not of This Earth, Wasp Woman, A Bucket of Blood, Teenage Doll and Attack of the Crab Monsters.
Hosted by Roger Corman!
About The Roger Corman Puerto Rico Trilogy (2006)
Starring: Betsy Jones-Moreland, Antony Carbone, Robert Towne, Beach Dickerson, Robert Bean,
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: Joel Rapp Roger Corman,
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