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The song's ascent to number one marked Rihanna's 13th US number one, tying her with Michael Jackson for the fourth most number ones in the chart's year history.
Additionally, Rihanna became the fastest solo artist to achieve 13 chart-toppers, surpassing the previous record held by Mariah Carey seven-years, eight-month and 19 dayswith only The Beatles reaching 13 number ones more quickly.
The song also rose to number one on the Billboard Radio Songs chart, marking Rihanna's twelfth and Eminem's third number one on the chart. Rihanna also passes Mariah Carey for the most number ones on the Radio Songs chart with the single's number one peak.
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Corman would go on to direct over fifty feature films through As ofhe remained active as a producer, with more than movies to his credit. Often referred to as the "King of the Bs", Corman has said that "to my way of thinking, I never made a 'B' movie in my life", as the traditional B movie was dying out when he began making pictures.
He prefers to describe his metier as "low-budget exploitation films". The creature feature The Tingler featured Castle's most famous gimmick, Percepto: In Januarythere were 96 drive-ins in the United States; a decade later, there were more than 3, The phenomenon of the drive-in movie became one of the defining symbols of American popular culture in the s.
At the same time, many local television stations began showing B genre films in late-night slots, popularizing the notion of the midnight movie.
Indistributor Joseph E. Levine financed the shooting of new footage with American actor Raymond Burr that was edited into the Japanese sci-fi horror film Godzilla. InLevine's Embassy Pictures bought the worldwide rights to Herculesa cheaply made Italian movie starring American-born bodybuilder Steve Reeves.
Just as valuable to the bottom line, it was even more successful overseas. Golden age of exploitation[ edit ] Main articles: The AIP-style dual genre package was the new model.
In Julythe latest Joseph E. Levine sword-and-sandals import, Hercules Unchainedopened at neighborhood theaters in New York. A suspense film, Terror Is a Manran as a "co-feature" with a now familiar sort of exploitation gimmick: It was clearly an A film by the standards of both director and studio, with the longest shooting schedule and biggest budget Corman had ever enjoyed. But it is generally seen as a B movie: The combination of intensive and gimmick-laden publicity with movies featuring vulgar subject matter and often outrageous imagery dated back decades—the term had originally defined truly fringe productions, made at the lowest depths of Poverty Row or entirely outside the Hollywood system.
Many graphically depicted the wages of sin in the context of promoting prudent lifestyle choices, particularly " sexual hygiene ". Audiences might see explicit footage of anything from a live birth to a ritual circumcision. With the majors having exited traditional B production and exploitation-style promotion becoming standard practice at the lower end of the industry, "exploitation" became a way to refer to the entire field of low-budget genre films.
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Motorpsycho was not hard to market. It had director Russ Meyer 's reputation for eroticism; the biker theme "MURDERcycles" that would soon prove its popularity in historic fashion; and that trendy title word—psycho. Exploitation movies in the original sense continued to appear: Best known was Russ Meyerwho released his first successful narrative nudie, the comic Immoral Mr.
Teasin Five years later, Meyer came out with his breakthrough film, Lornawhich combined sex, violence, and a dramatic storyline. Crafted for constant titillation but containing no nudity, it was aimed at the same "passion pit" drive-in circuit that screened AIP teen movies with wink-wink titles like Beach Blanket Bingo and How to Stuff a Wild Bikinistarring Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon.
One of the most influential films of the era, on Bs and beyond, was Paramount's Psycho.
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And, as William Paul notes, this move into the horror genre by respected director Alfred Hitchcock was made, "significantly, with the lowest-budgeted film of his American career and the least glamorous stars. Lewis's business partner David F.
Friedman drummed up publicity by distributing vomit bags to theatergoers—the sort of gimmick Castle had mastered—and arranging for an injunction against the film in Sarasota, Florida—the sort of problem exploitation films had long run up against, except Friedman had planned it.
Imports of Hammer Film's increasingly explicit horror movies and Italian giallihighly stylized pictures mixing sexploitation and ultraviolence, would fuel this trend. One was a high-budget Paramount production, directed by the celebrated Roman Polanski. Produced by B horror veteran William Castle, Rosemary's Baby was the first upscale Hollywood picture in the genre in three decades.
Building on the achievement of B genre predecessors like Invasion of the Body Snatchers in its subtextual exploration of social and political issues, it doubled as a highly effective thriller and an incisive allegory for both the Vietnam War and domestic racial conflicts. In this transformed commercial context, work like Russ Meyer's gained a new legitimacy. The project was first taken by one of its cocreators, Peter Fondato American International.
The idea Fonda pitched would combine those two proven themes. AIP was intrigued but balked at giving his collaborator, Dennis Hopperalso a studio alumnus, free directorial rein. The major studios' top product was continuing to inflate in running time—inthe ten biggest earners averaged InCorman had a producorial hand in five movies averaging He played a similar part in five films originally released intwo for AIP and three for his own New World: Reviewing SistersPauline Kael observed that its "limp technique doesn't seem to matter to the people who want their gratuitous gore.
One of blaxploitation's biggest stars was Pam Grierwho began her film career with a bit part in Russ Meyer's Beyond the Valley of the Dolls Hill also directed her best-known performances, in two AIP blaxploitation films: Coffy and Foxy Brown Indeed, the United Artists release Cotton Comes to Harlemdirected by Ossie Davisis seen as the first significant film of the type.
Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song is also perhaps the most outrageous example of the form: The days of six quickies for a nickel were gone, but a continuity of spirit was evident. It was one of many exploitation films to mimic the design of Jaws' famous poster"with its promise of titillating thrills".
The crime-based plot and often seedy settings would have suited a straightforward exploitation film or an old-school B noir. The first three features directed by Larry CohenBoneBlack Caesarand Hell Up in Harlemwere all nominally blaxploitation movies, but Cohen used them as vehicles for a satirical examination of race relations and the wages of dog-eat-dog capitalism. ShiversRabidThe Brood The midnight movie success of low-budget pictures made entirely outside the studio system, like John Waters ' Pink Flamingoswith its campy spin on exploitation, spurred the development of the independent film movement.
Even as Rocky Horror generated its own subcultural phenomenon, it contributed to the mainstreaming of the theatrical midnight movie.