Our ninth episode of MOVIOCRITY takes a look at HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD, the 1976 debut of directors Joe Dante (THE HOWLING, GREMLINS) and Alan Arkush (GET CRAZY, maaaany television projects). This movie and this episode are a salute to the great Roger Corman and the fantastic era of 1970s exploitation as embodied in Corman's New World Pictures!
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courtesy New Horizons Pictures Corp., Starz/Anchor Bay Entertainment and Shout! Factory
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