Samuel Fuller

How Shock Corridor reflected the madness of 1960s America

By Rich Johnson

Samuel Fuller’s murder mystery captures the fear and paranoia which beset postwar society.

Larry Cohen: The Last Interview

By Jonathan Doyle

The late B-movie maestro reflects on his rich and storied career behind the camera.

In praise of Samuel Fuller: Hollywood’s forgotten maverick

By Liam Dunn

From Shock Corridor to White Dog, the late director’s work has lost none of its social relevancy.

A Fuller Life

By Forrest Cardamenis

A creative and rousing adaptation of Samuel Fuller’s superlative autobiography, made by his daughter.

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