- 2 hr 18 min
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A BUCKET OF BLOOD / WAR OF THE SATELLITES Synopsis
A BUCKET OF BLOOD. Walter Paisley is a waiter at a beatnik café jealous of the artistic types who make up the clientele. When Walter accidentally kills his landlady’s cat, on a whim he covers it in clay. Passing it off at the cafe as a genuine sculpture, he is proclaimed an artistic genius. But he soon realizes he will have to produce more “works of art” if he is to hold onto his cherished new reputation. WAR OF THE SATELLITES, 1958, New Horizons Picture Corp., 72 min. Dir. Roger Corman. Satellites and sputniks were all the rage in late 1950s headlines. When the first satellites launched, Corman promised his backers he could get a film with the word “satellite” in the title into theaters within 60 days. Given the go-ahead, he rapidly conjured this imaginative, lightning-paced and ultra-low-budget thriller about an alien spaceship intent on blowing up every Earth satellite entering the interstellar ether.Read Full Synopsis