Let’s face it, B movies are just fun. It takes a high degree of fun-lovingness to not care especially about all those silly things like comprehensibility and acting. After all, those just get in the way of the fun, right? Usually, you can count on a movie below a certain level of film standards to not do especially well in the large scale. Many movies that are made at a lower budget can make a lot more profit in comparison, after all. But, even besides that, many people have a sort nostalgia and fondness for the B-movie feel, even in horror flicks.
Ken’s back with his love of the Far East with more crazy movie antics from Asia. So Ken brings us Kekko Kamen, where a school that teaches young boys and girls how to become famous anchorpeople in the media. But there is something strange going in this school.
So head on inside for some crazy S & M Asian movie action from Ken…
Vipers is a 2008 film directed by Bill Corcoran starring Tara Reid (yes, Vicky from American Pie herself) and Corbin Bernsen .
An army of vipers has been mutated by a scientist in order to create a cure for cancer, But, as there is always a but in those films, the experiment goes wrong, and all the vipers escape into the woods, making their way into a small town, killing the Locals.
Another month has past and the reprobates of Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon are clamouring at their jail cell doors to escape into your DVD players again.
This month brings genre draining lost footage wannabes, film-noir re-imaging and car morphing squids, yes you read the last one correctly, car morphing squids! Also, as usual we will have Kim’s breakout release to see what he deems should be let out on decent society.
So head on side for the full horror of Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon for the coming month.
Just as night follows day and day follows night, the jailer of the video dungeon is rattling his keys again in the locks of his cells.
The month of March for Kim Newman’s video dungeon brings a full criminal line-up of DVD goodies and baddies.
So head on inside to view this month’s criminal element.
With non-stop gore and bonkers characters, this is the Japanese exploitation film that was one of the few to get noticed by the wider world and let the whole catalogue of Japanese exploitation get a foot-hold in world cinema.
Attack From Planet B loves to bring to you, Dom’s Retooled and Remodelled look at the 2008 film The Machine Girl, where Ami Hyūga as an avenging high school girl is ready to take down the people responsible for her brother’s death, but she’s no ordinary girl, she’s THE MACHINE GIRL!
It’s that time of the month again, when Kim Newman flings open the gates of the video dungeon on the unsuspecting public. This month we have another bunch of reprobates, with holiday camps with a difference to very unseasonal bunnies, with the urge to maim and kill. We also have sinners and mock doc vamps, all vying for early release as Kim Newman’s Dungeon Breakout.
So head on in to see who escapes this month.
With Attack From Planet B back in the game as it were, we had to continue our review of the Great Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon, with all its wired and wonderful offerings from the darker side of the movie world.
The month of December brings us Welsh web horrors, Aussie sci-fi hokum and some Syfy channel wormy goodness. So let’s get started.