Via B&S About Movies -Poor White Trash II aka Scum of the Earth (1974)

Originally known as Death is a Family Affair and perhaps better known as Poor White Trash Part II, this S.F. Brownrigg movie belongs squarely within the genre of hicksploitation or redneck films. After Don’t Look In the Basement, where else can he go? Downward, it seems, as this movie is awash in, well, scum while still […]

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Via MovieBabble-‘Crawl’ Exit Survey: Let’s Talk About All Those Alligator Kills!

Crawl is exactly what you think it is: a non-stop B-movie with PLENTY of gruesome gator kills in the middle of an unprecedented hurricane. In… The post ‘Crawl’ Exit Survey: Let’s Talk About All Those Alligator Kills! appeared first on MovieBabble.

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Via The Geekly Blog – MOVIE REVIEW ‘Crawl’

Review by J.T. Johnson SEE IT! If you had told me going into this weekend that I would have enjoyed “Crawl” more than I did “Stuber”, I would have laughed. Yet, here we are as the film is a tight 90 minute creature feature that took me and the audience I was with on quite […]

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Via B&S About Movies -Bad Blood (1989)

All around auteur — he was a writer, director, producer and editor — Charles Vincent began his show-business career in regional theater as a director and stage manager in his native Michigan. He worked for the Yale Repertory and the Negro Ensemble Company before making his cinematic debut in 1971 with the adult film The […]

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Via B&S About Movies-Ten movies I could talk about for thirty minutes with no research

I saw a Twitter thread that asked, “What can I talk about for 30 minutes with no prep?” The answer, for me, is easy. Movies. Lots of movies. Get ready for 10 movies that I can, have and will go on and on and on about. 1. Yor Hunter from the Future: I basically started this […]

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B&S About Movies -The Phantom (1996)

Oh those heady days of 1996, directly between Batman Forever and the movie that destroyed not only a franchise but nearly a genre, Batman and Robin. That said, the history of this movie goes beyond that. The Phantom is a newspaper adventure comic strip that was created in 1936 by Lee Falk, who worked on the daily […]

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