Al Adamson
Film director
Al Adamson
Al Adamson was a prolific director of B-grade horror films throughout the 1960s and 1970s. After assisting his father, Victor, in making the 1963 movie Halfway to Hell, Adamson decided to work in the motion picture industry himself. Three years later, he and Sam Sherman founded Independent-International Pictures, which became the vehicle for the many movies he directed.
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Motorcycle Divas Have a History of Sexist Appeal - HNN Huntingtonnews.net
Google News - over 5 years
Director Al Adamson , for instance, brought to the screen women who won't be kicked around on the road with “Angels Wild Women” (1972) , “The Hellcats” (1967), “She Devils on Wheels” (1968), “The MiniSkirt Mob” (Sherry Jackson, 1968),
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7 PER L'INFINITO CONTRO I MOSTRI SPAZIALI (aka Horror of the Blood Monsters) - Paperblog
Google News - over 5 years
Le vere chicche del film però sono altre: i cattivi spaziali (non so chi) hanno il potere di far cambiare colore all'astmosfera del pianeta; ciò vuol dire che il buon Al Adamson si diverte a modificare continuamente colore del filtro della fotografia,
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Well, This Just Sucks Dept.: Video Culture to Close in Murfreesboro Aug. 14 - Nashville Scene
Google News - over 5 years
... and emerge hours later having thoroughly discussed the filmography of Ruggero Deodato, the sociopolitical ramifications of post-Magnum Force action cinema and the later works of Z-movie meister Al Adamson the way some people talk about the weather
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Crossovers del 'VS' - Diario Siglo XXI
Google News - over 5 years
Dirigida por Al Adamson, un especialista en bazofias del calibre de 'Cinderella 2000', se articula a través de la asociación entre Conde Drácula con el Dr. Frankenstein para resucitar al monstruo. También es de especial interés 'Santo y Blue Demon
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Blu-ray Reviews: Dementia 13, The Terror (1963) and Poor Pretty Eddie - Blogcritics.org (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Earlier this year, the folks at Film Chest and Virgil Films & Entertainment unleashed a Blu-ray/DVD Combo pack of Al Adamson's nearly-lost “kiddie” flick, Carnival Magic, upon the world — prompting many a High-Definition aficionado to wonder if the
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Ekstranummer #50: Er vi ironiske nå? Del II - musikkguiden groove.no
Google News - almost 6 years
Satan's Sadists (Al Adamson, 70) ga riktignok navn til både en norsk kultfilmklubb og et rockeband, men filmen i seg sjøl appellerte nok bare til en engere krets kulthoder som med utstrakt godvilje evnet å se storheten i denne 88 minutter lange
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Charge in Director's Death
NYTimes - over 21 years
A contractor who remodeled the home of Al Adamson, the B-movie director who was found dead last week, was charged with killing the film maker and entombing his body under a whirlpool tub. The contractor, Fred Fulford, 46, was charged with murder on Tuesday in the Desert Judicial District of Riverside County, the prosecutor, Paul Vinegrad, said. The
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Horror-Film Director Slain
NYTimes - over 21 years
Al Adamson, 66, a director of low-budget horror films that included "Satan's Sadists" and "Blood of Dracula's Castle," was killed and buried under his house, the police said today. The body was discovered on Wednesday in Indio, about 150 miles southeast of Los Angeles. An independent contractor who had been living in Mr. Adamson's house while
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Regina Carrol Is Dead; Horror Film Star, 49
NYTimes - over 24 years
Regina Carrol, an actress who starred in many cult horror movies, died on Nov. 4 in St. George, Utah. She was 49 years old and had homes in St. George and in Palm Springs, Calif. She died of cancer, said her husband, Al Adamson, a film director. Miss Carrol, whose name was originally Regina Gelfan, was born in Boston. Her film credits included "Two
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