Posts Tagged ‘b-movies’

“Big Man Japan”

June 10, 2009

Big Man Japan is a spoof on Japanese monster films.  Looks like it could be funny enough……

Best martial-arts fight scene EVER

May 20, 2009

Just……just awesome.  So very bad that it’s brilliant.  Terrible camera work, inexpensive gore, bad fight choreography, and 1 awesome line delivered after the bad guy has been dispatched.  This is a must watch from the film Undefeatable.

Many, many thanks to Abe for sending this in….

Blockbuster alert: Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus

May 12, 2009

Must.  See.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day: “Leprechaun in the Hood” trailer

March 16, 2009

How’d this miss wining an Oscar?

“Story of Ricky”-Ricky vs Silly Lung & Wild Cat. By far the most violent action sequence you’ll see today.

January 20, 2009

So bizarre.  Not for the faint of heart.  Note to remember: if you see some gent punch through a man 3x his size, just leave him alone.

Courtesy of Izzy, who has perpetrated countless acts of violence against me with his constant mooning.

“Inframan”-as the trailer says, you really won’t believe your eyes.

January 10, 2009

From 1975, Inframan was Created by science – Powered by nuclear energy… The Man Beyond Bionics. Simply stunning.

“The Gingerdead Man” is so bad it can only described with one word: BUSEY!

December 1, 2008

Probably not a family film for the holidays, but it’s so bad it’s funny.  This was a straight to DVD release from 2005.

“Say Cheese” from another craptastic reality show: The Scream Queens

November 3, 2008

Saw this on The Soup.

Evil Dead IV is on…and that’s not just pillow talk, baby!

August 19, 2008

Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi to return to their roots.

Two weeks ago, at Comic-Con, Evil Dead director Sam Raimi announced that after an apparent end to the trilogy back in 1992 with Army of Darkness, the franchise will, in fact, return with a fourth installment. And Campbell is all in. As he told MTV recently, “When [Raimi] is ready, I’m ready.”

While Evil Dead IV seems an eventual certainty at this point, very little else—really, nothing—is ready for the telling. “Nobody knows anything,” said Campbell, though he indicates a desire to harken back the early Evil days, when filming happened on in a low-scale way. “If we were really smart, we’d go back to a handheld movie and shoot it in 16mm and find someplace in the middle of nowhere. And have a crew of 10 people.” There is also no word on whether IV will pick up in present time, or in the post-apocolyptic future that Ash arrived at in an alternate ending to Army of Darkness.

As far as the 16-year gap between Army and Evil Dead IV, Campbell speculated that his advanced years will be handled differently than in recent fourth films Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and Live Free or Die Hard, which both took on younger characters to span the generation from aging stars. “I think the audience would be insulted if you did [that],” he said.

More at Paste Magazine.

Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K to hard-core fans) does “Manos: The Hands of Fate”

June 11, 2008

****A loyal reader of Your Daily Chum pointed out that if I was going to put up a MST3K video, it damn well better be this one. I listen to the readers…all 3 of you.****

Long thought of as one of the worst films ever produced, “Manos: The Hands of Fate” achieved cult-like status after being featured in a 1993 episode of MST3K.

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