Today’s feature is something of a classic for many zombie movie lovers. Directed under the name of Benjamin Clark, Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things is a truly fun, and utterly insane movie.
I wanted to make mention of the director’s name, because the rest of the world will know Mr. Clark better as Bob Clark, director of such classics as Porky’s, Black Christmas, and A Christmas Story. Yes, this guy is not only responsible for this movie, but all your most classic Christmas memories. Continue reading “Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things (1972)”
Let’s take a trip to the beach in this swingin’ 60s teenage romp!
Starring Tommy Kirk, Deborah Walley, Nancy Sinatra, with classic horror stars Basil Rathbone and Boris Karloff, The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini raises a few questions. First, I wonder what Karloff and Rathbone’s asking prices were. Second, are we going to see the titular ghost’s tits? Finally, how bad is this movie gonna suck balls?
I mean, is the invisible bikini like… Is it a ghost too? Did the girl die and then, in an unrelated accident, the bikini died too? So the bikini is also a ghost? Or… or maybe, just maybe, the bikini is made out of a fabric that is invisible too? Maybe the girl died, like by being murdered by a real bad guy? And he chopped her up and only kept the bikini top and bottom bits so it’s not so much that the bikini itself is invisible, but that the ghost doesn’t have those bits because the crazy guy kept those bits of her body? I mean, if you go cuckoo bananas and chop up a girl, those would be the parts you’d keep right? Like, the best parts? Continue reading “The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966)”
Welcome back to B-Movie Enema. Your weekly dose of bad movies, and sweet baby Jesus, do we have what will sure be a doozy. Not only are we jumping back into the Cannon Films library, but we’re going to be looking at a Chuck Norris classic.
Not just any Chuck Norris classic, either… The mother of all Chuck Norris classics – The Delta Force.
In the mid 1980s, we were in a pretty interesting time. The Cold War was starting to slow down a bit as the USSR had a leader who was no longer seemingly interested in being our enemy. The Monkees were celebrating their 20th anniversary. Ronald Reagan was in charge and patriotism seemed to be at an all time high. Continue reading “The Delta Force (1986)”
Not long ago, I paid a long overdue visit to the library of Cannon Films by covering the utterly irredeemable crapfest known as King Solomon’s Mines. Now, I am about to make another real bad choice and dive into The Asylum.
Ah yes, the schlock factory, The Asylum. They make their living off of making movies with titles that seem somewhat familiar to dummies who A) don’t know the name of the movie they think they want to see and B) too stupid enough to think the movie they saw a commercial for coming out to the theaters is already on demand or in video stores. Trust me, there are a ton of these dummies out there. I worked at a video store for years and it never ceased to amaze me how often we were asked for a movie that had not even yet come out in theaters to see if we had any copies of it already. Continue reading “Avengers Grimm (2015)”
Oh sweet fuckin’ Christmas have I got a treat for you this week.
Most wouldn’t think this about me (you know, because I’m a pretty pasty white dude and all), but I love, and I mean LOVE, blaxploitation movies. They are so fucking cool that I dare you to present to me any five cool guys, and I promise you their combined coolness cannot match up to a single one of the blaxploitation flicks of the 70s. The ones that are so much cooler than anything in this universe, like Shaft, Superfly, or [insert Pam Grier movie here], you are going to have a real hard time presenting the top 100 coolest people in the world and me say that they are collectively cooler than any of the best of the best in blaxploitation. Continue reading “Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde (1976)”