Samuel Fuller

Shock Corridor (REVIEW)

Samuel Fuller’s films have been embraced for their frank presentation, personality, and pointed political aspirations. Often working in lower budget, near exploitative circles, Fuller churned out films that were provocative, campy, occasionally hilarious, and starkly framed, both in subject matter and his usual attention to violence. He was a filmmaker capable of crafting cinema that went on to attain critical appreciation while also appealing to audiences interested in the inherently lurid.

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