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It's no secret that producer Roger Corman likes to keep costs down on his productions. He's actually famous because of it, but 1966's "Queen of Blood" goes beyond his habitual frugality, working out a plan to transform two Russian movies into a sci-fi distraction for American audiences. Writer/director Curtis Harrington pulls off an impressive bit of editorial puzzling with "Queen of Blood," and while he can't completely hide the seams between Russian and American footage, he manages to overcome budgetary limitations with healthy amounts of style and an endearing commitment to genre highlights. Read the rest at


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