Cult Filmmakers & Studios

Producers, writers, directors, studios, production companies, and influential people within the filmmaking industry that have seen success in reaching cult followings.

Charles Band

Charles Band is a film director born in Los Angeles on┬áDecember 27th, 1951. He famous for his decades-long production of B-movies and direct-to-video films, and for his production companies Full…

Cannon Films

Cannon Films, also known as The Cannon Group Inc, was a film studio that produced low-budget films from 1967 to 1994. Their movies include famous Chuck Norris action movies and…

Troma Entertainment

Troma Entertainment (also known as Troma Studios or simply Troma) is a film studio founded in 1974 that is renowned for their cult films and B-movies. Founded by two Yale…

The Asylum

The Asylum is a production company that specializes in low-budget films that are often ripoffs of mainstream Hollywood feature films. Their technique of using themes and names that are sometimes…

Interview With A Filmmaker: Matt Spease

Today we have the pleasure of sitting down with Matt Spease, an Arkansas-based director of cult horror films. We reviewed one of his latest films, 2018’s Then The Night Comes,…

Brian Trenchard-Smith

Brian Trenchard-Smith is a film director born in London, England in 1946. He is most famous for his multiple Australian films in the 1970s and 1980s. Born the son of…

Jim Wynorski

Jim Wynorksi is a director, producer, and writer. He was born in Long Island, New York on August 14th, 1950.┬áHe has directed a huge number of low-budget B-movies in his…

Clint Howard

Clint Howard was born in Burbank, CA on April 20th, 1959. He is the younger brother of Ron Howard. Biography Clint appeared in several episodes of the Andy Griffith Show…

Roger Corman

Roger Corman

Roger Corman is a film producer famed for directing and producing low-budget films from the late 1950s through the 2000s. He is notable for many B-movie productions, as well as…

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