Morally repugnant! Not terribly well made! Starring a guy not known as a great actor! And yet DEATH WISH is a movie as powerful today as it was almost 40 years ago.
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The emotionally devastating story of a marriage in ruins. And Isabelle Adjani having sex with a tentacled Doomsday harbinger.
Sleaze merchant Andy Milligan's tale of a werewolf clan dials down the nudity and gore but dials up the unpleasant bickering.
Vincent Price gives a historically great performance in the chilling first adaptation of Richard Matheson's I AM LEGEND.
Beneath the B-movie sleaze of this Italian thriller is a powerful, angry film containing one of Oliver Reed's best performances.
Return to Cuesta Verde! This time we look at the behind the scenes horrors of POLTERGEIST, a movie whose authorship remains argued about thirty years later.
Haunted suburbs, vagina dentata, ineffective dads: POLTERGEIST may be one of the most feminist, anti-suburban horror films ever made.
On its 10th anniversary, Phil revisits the film many have called John Carpenter’s creative nadir. Has time been kind?
Herk Harvey directed one feature, CARNIVAL OF SOULS, and it was a masterpiece. He spent the rest of his life making weird industrial films. This is one of the more gruesome.
Also known as THE LONELY DESTINY OF JOHN TRAVOLTO, this rare and weird Italian disco movie might be the world’s only Travoltasploitation picture.
Devin suffers through the absolute worst installment of a series that was never high art in the first place.
This isn’t just the best of the FAST & FURIOUS movies, it’s a genuinely good movie on its own terms.
The second film in the FAST AND THE FURIOUS saga ups the action and the stupidity.
The cars are finally tuned speed machines. The actors are lumpen masses of flesh. The script is the ramblings of a lead poisoned head trauma victim. It’s the first film in one of the most popular franchises running, and it could be the stupidest movie of our time.
Perhaps the most radical blaxploitation ever made, THE SPOOK WHO SAT BY THE DOOR starts with the assumption that whitey is evil and must be overthrown and goes from there. Featuring a funky Herbie Hancock score, this movie is incredible.
Before Leonardo DiCaprio ruins the revival of the Travis McGee series, look back at the 1970 adaptation of DARKER THAN AMBER, starring a real man in the McGee role.
Phil brings to light an underseen gem with an ending that will leave you gobsmacked (which he kindly doesn’t spoil).
BAD’s Devil Week continues with a look at an obscure blaxploitation gem - the almost impossible to find William Girdler-directed zero budget EXORCIST riff, ABBY!
Welcome to the first chapter in the Lee Frost Chronicles, where BAD examines the filmography of one of the titans of exploitation. This time we examine one of the weirdest, silliest and maybe worst movies of all time. Oscar winner Ray Milland has his head attached to footballer Rosey Grier’s body in THE THING WITH TWO HEADS.
Schlock Corridor - where all the weirdest, wildest and best B-movie are found. This time: It’s not a Wesley Snipes movie. SUGAR HILL is a classic blaxploitation film about getting revenge with good old fashioned voodoo zombies.