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The Evil Dead series, starring Bruce Campbell (an undisputed B-movie master) as Ash, the one-handed chainsaw and shotgun-welding hero has become synonymous with the phrase "cult classic". As the heroic Ash battles the wretched "Deadites", he must simultaneously rescue damsels in distress and deliver some of the most famous lines in B-movie history. - Magnolia
"What would you do if you got sucked back in time by the Book of the Dead and had to fight your evil doppleganger? Our protagonist Ash decideds to fight! " - Magnolia
Words fail me. It's just so far out there but fun to watch at the same time.
It's only logical that if mankind advances enough to have trucks in outerspace that we'll also have gobs of freaky robot assassins to put on those trucks. - Magnolia
This movie's got it all: babes, beaches, and bazookas. It's about cops (or something or other) layin' down the law in beautiful Hawaii. It's like if Dog the Bounty Hunter and his family were really beautiful and they didn't just arrest people but blew them up. This ain't no hula, this is a Hard Ticket to Hawaii. - Magnolia
One of the most controversial and shocking horror films of all time, Cannibal Holocaust boasts its status of being "banned in over 50 countries. " This Italian made film follows a documentary crew as they adventure deep into the depths of an unknown rainforest, only to meet their gruesome doom by the hands of indigenous tribe members. This film was so graphic and so disturbing that director Ruggero Deodato had to prove to a Milanese courtroom that his actors were still alive. - Magnolia
This film was originally panned by critics, but went on to receive the award for Best Fantasy Film at the Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film. During the course of searching for several missing persons, it is discovered that a race of mutated humans is living under the streets of the city (naturally, as the result of a huge government conspiracy involving nuclear radiation). The unfortunate, flesh-eating beings are known as "Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers", or C.H.U.D., for short. This gory horror-fest has topped the list of greatest pulp films for over two decades. - Magnolia
This remarkable piece of film magic was directed by Ed Wood, one of the most legendary (and notorious) B-movie directors of all time. It is also credited as the final film of the world renowned Bela Lugosi, although the footage including Lugosi was filmed three years prior as part of another project. The plot follows a race of extraterrestrials as they attempt to halt the construction of a Doomsday device on Earth that will have the power to destroy the universe. Largely panned upon its release, the film was highlighted as B-movie royalty once more by serving as the centerpiece of the 1994 film "Ed Wood", a comedic biopic of the famous cross-dressing director. - Magnolia
Football fights, green blood, Queen, and Max von Sydow. Need I say more?
A underrated movie. Love Naomi Watts as jet-girl in this movie.
Movie about LSD madness. It's so bad that it's actually good. Don't take it too serious though.
The dark side of Brian dePalma's vision. This is a really deranged movie and is a must for every fan of psycho-horror movies.
A underrated and not very known Brian dePalma movie.From 1967.
Like Brian dePalma once said about that movie "It was a sophisticated thriller patterned after Psycho".
Biker movie of the sixties about a gang of females. Look for the decapitation scene towards the end of the movie.
Italian sixties cult b-movie based on the comic books. This movie is actually good and the typical psychedelic images are awesome to watch.
If you ask me, the best Ann-Margret movie ever.
Movie with Amy Adams, unknown at that time. It's a parody of sixties beach movies. Something like Gidget meets haloween.
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