Guest Post: Madam Satan (1930)

Today’s brilliant guest post is another from my friend and yours, Ivan of Thrilling Days of Yesteryear who, like Scott just last week, has beaten me to blogging about one of the essentials of WTF cinema: Madam Satan. Interestingly, this post documents the exact moment Ivan realized that I have really horrible taste in movies….

Guest Post: Yor, the Hunter from the Future (1983)

We have a special treat to liven up your Monday: A second guest post from Scott Clevenger, the tortured genius behind World O’ Crap who also holds a third dan black belt in spaghetti measuring and is known worldwide for inventing Armageddon. When Scott told me he was going to watch and review Yor, the…

Guest Post from shahn of sixmartinis and the seventh art

Today I am truly pleased to present a delightful guest post by shahn of the irreplaceable sixmartinis and the seventh art. With her sharp eye and keen sense of design, shahn can distill the essence of a movie down to a few beautiful screen captures which are so lovely that you won’t even mind the…

Guest Post: Attack of the Giant Leeches

Today I am pleased to present a guest post by Mr. Gable, my go-to guy for any horror, cult, or Z-grade movie. Mr. Gable’s Reality is your one-stop shop for all things bad. If it’s a bad movie, Mr. Gable has seen it. Are you too scared to rent Killer Condom? Too intimidated to watch…

Guest Post: Missing in Action: The Cat Creeps

W.B. Kelso of Scenes From the Morgue and 3B Theater: Micro-Brewed Reviews has, as the saying goes, forgotten more about film than I’ve ever known. He owns copies of every vintage movie ad ever printed and, I have secretly discovered, had the best damn birthday party ever last year. (He doesn’t know I know this!…

Ida Lupino Blogathon: The Big Knife (1955)

This post is my entry for the Ida Lupino Blogathon hosted by the Miss Ida Lupino blog. Don’t forget to visit the other fine blogs who are participating! Clifford Odets’ vicious drama The Big Knife is a Tinseltown Macbeth, part Hollywood exposé and part exercise in self-aggrandization. Charles Castle, enormously popular film actor, says halfway…

Monster Mash Blogathon: Plan 9 From Outer Space

My excitement over being the first to pick Plan 9 From Outer Space for the Monster Mash Blogathon was quickly replaced with apprehension as I realized positively everything to be said about Plan 9 has already been said. To combat this disadvantage, I decided to approach P9 as movie that needed improvement and I, winner…