A Conversation for B-Movies - a Guide to Some of the Best, the Worst and the Strange
Researcher 185597 Started conversation Oct 2, 2001
How could the all time classic, "Attack Of The Killer Tomatos?"
Vidmaster - A Pebble in the Pond Posted Oct 2, 2001
My favorite B-movie: Killer Klowns From Outer Space.
An all time cult classic and must see. Unless they want you to pay more than a dollar...
Don't forget 'Bad Taste' directed by Peter 'LotR' Jackson, before he went on to make 'Braindead'. I just love the way that they couldn't afford expensive lighting rigs, so they shot it during the day, despite it being set at night.
Lightyear Posted Nov 5, 2002
Then you've got your 'Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers'. A very very bad spoof of the Detective genre, complete with, er, hookers with chainsaws . .
And who could forget Frankenhooker - a b-movie so bad its actually bad!
So many b-movies so little time!
Teasswill Posted Nov 25, 2002
I'm old enough to remember going to the cinema to see the A feature in colour & the B movie in black & white - I think it was often a Norman Wisdom one. We sometimes enjoyed the B picture better than the A one!
Those were the days - a proper interval to buy & consume an ice cream (grand choice of tub or choc ice) as well as trailers & Pearl & Dean ads.
The B feature was also sometimes a travelogue which was not so entertaining.
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