Now that I’ve washed my hands of “Full Moon Fever” last month, it’s time to move forward with B-Movie Enema.
For this month, I had to wonder what it was I would do for movies. Seems like January had a series of movies that had bad things happen to good girls. February was dedicated to Charles Band and his Full Moon Features. I know April will be Phoebe Cates Month.
Oh… Spoiler Alert! April is Phoebe Cates Month. Continue reading “The Beckoning (2006)”
Godshitting monkeyfucker nutdick.
Full Moon Fever continues. Last week, I had a good time watching the cult classic Puppet Master. I felt like I really got to see something good for the first time in 2017. But I just couldn’t stop there, could I? Continue reading “The Gingerdead Man (2005)”
Initially, I had planned on letting Halloween come and go and pat myself on the back for a successful month of October featuring some vampire movies. I thought, “Hey, I had a theme, I have a movie coming up that will run parallel to Doctor Strange in the first Friday of November, and I even have an Election Day Special planned. I’ll just ride out Halloween, a job well done.” Then I watched the Halloween movies to celebrate the holiday.
Suddenly, all those repressed memories of Halloween: Resurrection resurfaced and I got mad. Really, REALLY mad. Continue reading “Halloween: Resurrection (2002)”
Welcome back to B-Movie Enema’s October Vampire Halloween Theme thingy. I think I’ve called it something different for each reference I’ve made. I can only imagine that will become a running joke this month.
ANYway… This week’s vampire flick is something new. It’s not a popular movie and I’m curious if even that many vampire movie superfans know about it. It’s called Night Fangs and it’s yet another movie brought to my attention thanks to a subscription to Bizarre TV on my Roku device. Continue reading “Night Fangs (2005)”
Today, we talk about another find thanks to the Roku channel Bizarre TV.
From director Brett Piper, whose website says he’s been “makin’ movies since the early 80s” (literally, it says “makin'”), comes a little film called Drainiac. What is kinda nice about this movie, and some other things that Piper’s website talks about, is that this does seem to capture a feel of a bygone age of B-Movies. In some ways, I suppose it does have some of the feel of the drive-in horror movies that were around before my time and in my youth of the early 80s. In other ways, it resembles that “regional” film making appeal that was used often in the 70s – this would have been when small, independent movies, usually starring no one of consequence, would get made in a state or region of the country for the sole purpose of only ever playing in the local theaters or drive-ins. Continue reading “Drainiac (2000)”
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)”
I know, this blog is missing a few things:
2. Political Correctness
5. Reliable talent at writing
6. More references to when I have a boner over something happening in the movie
7. Cheerleaders Continue reading “Ninja Cheerleaders (2008)”