I’m going out on a limb for this week’s B-Movie Enema. I’ve never heard of this movie, The Brain Machine, nor can I find many pictures of it aside from this thing to the left that doesn’t look anything like what the description tells me this movie is about.
So, what is this movie? Well, it’s from 1977, and we know from things like Star Wars and Geoff Arbuckle, awesome things happened in 1977. However, from the pictures I saw from this movie, it kind of looks like I might be in for a long day watching this movie. Continue reading “The Brain Machine (1977)”
If there is one thing I’m kinda into, it’s the idea of “untamed maidens” and the possibility of being captured as their mate.
This week, I want to travel back to the late 1950s to talk about a movie that is pretty notoriously bad. It’s kinda pointed to as one of those classic, women-gone-wild types of movies that came out near the end of the 50s. It’s almost like these movies were in direct conflict with the reality of housewives and the June Cleavers of the pop culture landscape. It’s a precursor to the sexual revolution that would grip the 60s. Continue reading “The Wild Women of Wongo (1958)”
This week, I decided to give myself a treat. Yes, if I look at four of the last seven weeks, I’ve had a pretty good run of movies that were at least pretty enjoyable and worthy of saying I liked. However, I’m in charge of this damn blog so when I want to treat myself to a better movie, then goddammit, that’s my prerogative.
So let’s talk about Francis Ford Coppola. He’s a maker of fine films like Jack, Captain EO, and Godfather III: The Revenge. He also makes either wine or grape jelly – or BOTH…? He also made Sofia Coppola who made a fine movie that no one knows what the fucking last line of is but I bet it’s juuuuust right. Continue reading “Dementia 13 (1963)”
Holy hot damn son of a bitch mother fucker great balls of fire. William Shatner AND Adam West star in this week’s B-Movie Enema, the 1968 made for television extravaganza Alexander the Great.
Just look at that cover to that DVD on the left. Look at Adam West down there in the bottom left hand corner looking up lovingly at a redheaded Shatner riding a horse in his little cape. In the bottom center, it looks like that Klingon guy who couldn’t stop with the fucking Shakespeare in Star Trek VI is in this too. Continue reading “Alexander the Great (1968)”