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  1. #26
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    Surprised that nobody has mentioned Brain Dead (aka Dead Alive), Peter Jackson's epic low-budget splatter zombie flick.

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    Kentucky Fried Movie

    Student Bodies
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

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    Thats what I was looking for System ... lol....

    Dead Alive is another one that is so bad its good.

    Don't know if "Breaking Away" is considered a B movie (i think of it that way, one of my fav's)
    Also "Fandango" had lots of stars but I think of it as a B movie.
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    Super Fuzz (But it was an Italian 80's film so who knows)
    Piranha
    Leprechaun
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    Quote Originally Posted by systemoverblow'd View Post
    Super Fuzz (But it was an Italian 80's film so who knows)
    Fucking love that movie!!! Saw it when I was a kid.

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    They have socalized healthcare up in canada. The whole country is 100% full of pot smoking pro-athlete alcoholics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iscariot View Post
    Fucking love that movie!!! Saw it when I was a kid.

    Just watched the whole thing on YouTube the other week. The death of Ernest Borgnine reminded me of it. It was on HBO so often when I was a kid!!
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    ^Starring Terence Hill, lord god actor of many a B-Movie classic and second tier Spaghetti Western:

    Mr. Billion



    My Name Is Trinity (AKA They Call Me Trinity)



    and a host of others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dookey67 View Post
    ^Starring Terence Hill, lord god actor of many a B-Movie classic and second tier Spaghetti Western:

    Mr. Billion





    My Name Is Trinity (AKA They Call Me Trinity)




    and a host of others.
    After Sergio aren't all spaghetti westerns B movies ???
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    The Valley of the Gwangi

    Quote Originally Posted by Socialist View Post
    They have socalized healthcare up in canada. The whole country is 100% full of pot smoking pro-athlete alcoholics.

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    Gumball Rally
    The Limey
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    and as already mentioned, the greatest of all B flicks....
    Hot Dog the Movie

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    ^Gumball Rally! Love that film. True B-Movie and easily the best of the cross-country car race/chase sub-genre of films.

    Sadly, however, I wouldn't consider The Limey a B-Movie. Steven Soderbergh was a full-blown art-house director and indie film darling (sex lies & videotape) who moved slowly into mainstream blockbusters (Ocean's Eleven). Soderbergh is very similar to Tarantino in that his early post-sl&v movies (The Underneath, The Limey) were highly influenced by low-budget noir and British gangster films, but again his keen eye, solid direction, excellent production values, and above all scripts and casting elevated any/all of them way above B-Move status (to wit, they mostly played in small art-houses in major cities and college towns, not drive-ins).

    I'm also quite surprised that nobody has brought up such seminal B-Movies as:

    Plan 9 From Outer Space
    Two Thousand Maniacs

    As for another personal favorite of mine:

    Re-Animator
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    Fuckin' good call on Superfuzz. A buddy and I still quote that movie.
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    Can't believe that no one has mentioned Super Troopers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dookey67 View Post
    I'm also quite surprised that nobody has brought up such seminal B-Movies as:

    Plan 9 From Outer Space
    Two Thousand Maniacs

    As for another personal favorite of mine:

    Re-Animator
    Dude, you have a bad taste (pun intended)!

    I had a shitload of b-flicks when I was younger... dozens of really obscure flicks on vhs..

    What else..

    Tetsuo
    Barbarella
    Suspiria
    Ilsa Shewolf of SS
    Texas chainsaw massacre
    The Fly
    Mad Max
    Zardoz


    Hmm...wheres the tapes..

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    Attack of the killer shrews.

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    Better off Dead?
    Big Trouble in Little China?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meatdrink9 View Post
    Better off Dead?
    Big Trouble in Little China?
    Or Showdown in Little Tokyo. Dolf Lundgren and Tia Carrera. Good shit there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meatdrink9 View Post
    Big Trouble in Little China?
    Certainly not a B-movie.
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    Technically Orson Welles' "Touch of Evil" is a B-movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippster View Post
    Technically Orson Welles' "Touch of Evil" is a B-movie.
    Always loved that movie. But Charlton Heston in a B movie ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippster View Post
    Technically Orson Welles' "Touch of Evil" is a B-movie.
    Nope. You wanna wrestle? Behind the 7-11, 1 gallon of strawberry yello+ you and me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meathelmet View Post
    Nope. You wanna wrestle? Behind the 7-11, 1 gallon of strawberry yello+ you and me.
    Heh. It's my favorite film. It was, however, shat upon by Universal and released as a B-Movie:

    Welles wrapped production on time, delivered a rough cut to Universal, and was convinced that his Hollywood career was back on the rails. However, the film was then re-edited (and in part re-shot) by Universal International pictures. The editing process was protracted and disputed, and the version eventually released was not the film Universal or Welles had hoped for. It was released as a B-movie, the lower half of a double feature. The A-movie was The Female Animal, starring Hedy Lamarr, produced by Albert Zugsmith and directed by Harry Keller, whom the studio had hired to direct the re-shot material in Touch of Evil. The two films even had the same cameraman, Russell Metty. Welles's film was given little publicity despite the many stars in the cast. Though it had little commercial success in the US, it was well received in Europe, particularly by critics like future filmmaker François Truffaut.

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    Jism-2 gets my nod as one of the best names. No, it's not a porn movie.
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    Anything by Ed Wood.

    And Gummo, or is that a "C" movie?
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    Does "Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death" fit?

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