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When It Come to Horror B-Movies, Can Anyone Compete With Roger Corman?

Of all the genres in the B-movie pantheon, lo-fi horror of the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s has aged the best. Who could resist Charlotte Rampling as the mental patient in Asylum? Or the reincarnated prostitute in Roger Corman’s The Undead? Or any fright flick bold enough to take a title like Fiend Without A Face? There are 16 horror movies — all ready for your viewing — in’s B-movie catalogue. Which one ranks the highest?


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