By Clark Collis
Updated October 14, 2016 at 07:33 PM EDT
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As a director, producer, debonair cultural provocateur, and incubator of great movie talent, the now 90-year-old Roger Corman has led (and continues to lead) the kind of life which itself deserves to be immortalized on the big screen. That, at least, is the opinion of filmmaker Joe Dante (Gremlins, The ‘Burbs), who has spent a decade trying to make The Man with Kaleidoscope Eyes, which details the production of 1967’s acid-drenched, Corman-directed cult classic, The Trip.

Below, you can see exclusive photos from the event of Dante, Corman, SpectreVision cofounder Elijah Wood, attendee Peter Bogdanovich, and the reading’s cast, which also featured James Adomian, Pat Healy, Claudia O’Doherty, Sky Elobar, and Sarah Burns. Below that, you can watch a clip of filmmaker Allan Arkush (Rock ‘n’ Roll High School) discussing The Trip — just one of the many videos to be found on Dante’s catnip-for-film-fans website, Trailers From Hell. You can learn more about SpectreFest at the SpectreVision website.

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