Time to switch gears from White Comanche and green Pot Zombies. Frankly, after the last couple weeks, I think I’ve earned this one.
Remember a couple months ago when I said I loved me some Blaxploitation? It’s time to revisit it, but let’s throw a little international flair into this action flick. It’s time to kung fu kick you in the face with Jim Kelly as the Black Samurai, bitches! Continue reading “Black Samurai (1977)”
It was only a matter of time before B-Movie Enema was graced by this movie. White Comanche is listed by John Wilson, who founded the Golden Raspberry Awards (or Razzies as they are known by most) as one of the most enjoyably bad movies ever.
If you ask me, that all sounds awesome. But wanna know what’s better? It not only has Williams Shatner playing a high plains drifter type, but he also playing a second role as a leader of a Comanche tribe. That’s right! Double Shatner comin’ at yo’ face! Continue reading “White Comanche (1968)”
Lloyd Kaufman and his Troma Entertainment arrive to B-Movie Enema.
Troma is not unknown to some pretty crazy movies like the Toxic Avenger series, Tromeo and Juliet, and Sgt. Kabukiman NYPD. Not long after the turn of the century, Troma did a young filmmakers series. One of the movies to come out of that series is today’s featured movie, Pot Zombies. And by “One of the movies…” I mean the only movie to come out of this project.
According to High Times Magazine, “Finally, a film that delivers what it promises!” Continue reading “Pot Zombies (2005)”
A million lights are dancing and there you are… A shooting turd out of Hollywood’s hairy ass.
In 1980, rollerskating and Grease fucked each other, and, thanks to cocaine causing neither to use appropriate protection and the VD captured from the slutty muses Grease would fuck on the side, the resulting monster child that came about was Xanadu.
While this movie is an abomination that needed to be aborted before it was birthed, it creates a bit of a conflict with me. You see… *sigh* I don’t want to admit too much here… I have a real soft spot for this movie. Maybe even to the point that I kinda like this movie a lot. Continue reading “Xanadu (1980)”