“She’s Waiting to Love You… To Death!”
That’s like something I’d come up with to describe a movie. I’m not going to lie, I know next-to-nothing about this vampire flick. I will totally admit to picking it because I saw a picture of Celeste Yarnall (who played the titular Velvet Vampire, as well as the episode “The Apple” on Star Trek) from the movie and immediately said, “I’m on board.”
So, based on a picture, and a title that I can only assume indicated that this was going to be a silky smooth sexy vampire flick, I decided I’d select this as the official/unofficial kickoff to my vampire theme for the month of October. That’s right, what is more Halloweeny than a vampire movie? Nothing. Or at least mostly nothing. Continue reading “The Velvet Vampire (1971)”
This week’s B-Movie Enema is a bit of a treat – and the man who made it is fascinating. I’m going to take a look at Teenagers from Outer Space.
This film, made almost single-handily on a production level by Tom Graeff, is not exactly all that well-known. It didn’t receive particularly good reviews. It isn’t exactly remembered in any spectacular way. In fact, the most famous it probably ever got was appearing on a 1992 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000. Continue reading “Teenagers from Outer Space (1959)”
The Giant Claw.
I think it was only a matter of time before it came to this. This is one of those staples of bad movies. While maybe not be a Plan 9 or The Room, this was a movie that seemed to step up to the proverbial plate and swing hard for the fences only to pop the ball up right in front of the plate.
It’s like you should hear a sad trombone play every time you mention the title. It’s not without a couple of really great pieces – a great performance by Jeff Morrow (who was in This Island Earth), and a neat idea springing forth from actual scientific discovery through particle physics. However, you see that fuckin’ bird with those goofball eyes and doofy expression and everything just goes right into the crapper. This movie is universally hailed as one of the worst attempts ever at a sci-fi monster movie. Continue reading “The Giant Claw (1957)”
2. Frankenstein Monsters
3. Dating emotionally scarred women
4. Crazy bonkers 70s movies
5. A bunch of other shit
These are just a few of my favorite pastimes. Today, we cover some of those. Well, except #3 (Dating emotionally scarred women). We’re not going to cover that one in today’s article. Well, unless you are an emotionally scarred woman looking for a date. Then, well… We can suss that shit out later.
Seriously, hit me up. Continue reading “Blackenstein (1973)”
Fuck this movie right in the ball sack.
No. No, I suppose I should try to be professional about this. I shouldn’t just leave it with the incredibly aggressive opening salvo I gave this article. Instead I should try to be a little more grown up about it.
Have sexual intercourse with this motion picture unto its testicle bag, also know as its scrotum. Continue reading “King Kong Lives (1986)”