Mysterious, resourceful, and prolific B-picture director Edgar G. Ulmer is profiled in this documentary tribute to the king of Poverty Row pictures. Recognized for the powerful, often lurid, frisson he brought to films such as "The Black Cat" (1934), "Detour" (1945), and "The Man from Planet X," Ulmer and his movies are discussed by filmmakers (and admirers) including Peter Bogdanovich, Joe Dante, John Landis, Wim Wenders, and Roger Corman. 77 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English. Includes the bonus feature "Isle of Forgotten Sins" (1943).