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Guilty pleasure movies/maybe not the greatest/ b-horror

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    The ghost of mr chicken is on t.v right now but My choice for tonight is the tingler!

    With Vincent price, a William castle film with all the hallmarks!

    What’s your favorite 50’s-60’s horror/b-movie?

    Well 70’s and 80’s too

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    I have that one on VHS, for all the good it does me, not having a working deck.
    When I finally saw the color scene it did freak me out a bit.
    Homicidal and Straightjacket were a couple other Castle classics.
    The Night Walker with Barbara Stanwyck was one of my favorites. I still remember the music in that one.
     
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    Somewhere I have a VHS tape of "Hell Comes to Frogtown," a sci-fi epic with Robert Ulrich from the '70s. Frog people costumes are laughable and the level of inter-species sexual innuendo is ... frightening. But my favorite B movies are (in no particular order) "Killer Klowns from Outer Space" and "Shakes, The Clown" - the latter starring Bobcat Goldthwaite, and which the dust jacket copy held it up as "the Citizen Kane of alcoholic clown movies." C'mon - you GOTTA watch it after that, right?
     
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    So many from the 50s and 60s. The Thing From Another World is right up there. Fiend Without A Face, Them!, the Quatermass trilogy. There isn't many I hate, or don't like. Even Ed Wood films are great for a chuckle. My absolute favourite is The Thing remake though from 1982, which was the first horror sci-fi film I saw on the big screen, scared the absolute crap out of me. We owned a husky at that time, and I became very aware of her suddenly lol.
     
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    My other favourite is the original Night Of The Living Dead, great movie, scary ending.
     
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    Hmm shakes the clown and that frog one seem interesting, never seen em

    70’s creature films are pretty good like night of the leapus
     
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    I'm a huge fan of The Incredible Melting Man, it has the worst script imaginable, but the FX carry it through, the finale is pretty funny as well.
     
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    I’ve seen the shrinking man, haven’t seen the melting man, I’ll have to check it out
     
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    The killer shrews is pretty good, you can clearly tell that the “shrews” are actually more likely German shepherds in disguise
     
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    Loved From Beyond too, both classic imo.
     
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    I haven’t seen that in forever somehow makes me think of videodrome

    Freakin James Woods!

    I wish the video rental store was still around, they used to have all these awesome 70’s-80’s horrors on the shelves
     
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    Think I’d rather be loved from beyond than loved from beh...

    I’m sorry fellas it’s been a long day
     
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    From Beyond, sorry poorly written lol
     
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    I forgot about this until a recent conversation about the best and worst Stephen King adaptations.
    Directed by David Cronenberg and with a terrific cast, so I am not sure how "B" it is.

     
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    Two that come to mind as being exceptional are Deathmaster and Psychomania.
    Deathmaster (1972) has a hippy vampire recruiting teens with all the groovy sixties lingo and introspective folk songs you can handle.
    Psychomania (1973) is a UK satanic flick featuring a biker gang on some cool old British scoots. It was called The Death Dealers in the US.
     
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    Creepy film.

    Alan Rickman was superb here.
     
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    Anything hosted by Joe Bob Briggs.
     
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    Most horror movies are B movies
     
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