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Our Favorite B-Movie Facebook Pages PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Thursday, 10 November 2011 09:43

If you're a Facebook user, (and don't say you aren't, everyone is, even you...) and you're a b-movie fan, (don't say you aren't, everyone is, especially you...) then you're sitting on top of a flood of information! Facebook pages are out there for b-movies, drive-ins, movie stars, old drive-in newspaper ads, reviews, history, SHEESH!

Anyway, here are some of our favorite pages (In no particular order, man. It's casual):

  1. Big Bad Drive-In - Well frickin' duh! If you think we're going to do an article on Facebook pages and not list ourselves at the top, then obviously you're new here. Now sit down chump and listen to the rest of what we have to say 'bout this!
  2. Rudy Ray Moore (Dolemite) - The king of bad blaxploitation Rudy Ray Moore. On this page Rudy's official biographer shares photos, movie clips, recordings, and all the other crazy shit that made Rudy, RUDY! You know we love us some Rudy up in here!
  3. Nostaligic Drive-In Theater Newspaper Ads - This is such a great page. Drive-In Movie ads from the 50s up thru today. Just a fun page to sit down with for an hour or so and browse. Love this page.
  4. MovieBoozer - The Facebook page for the excellent movie review website, Movieboozer.com, this page contains links to the news and reviews available on their website. Uses a unique method of rating movies, one we can solidly get behind here at BBDI. Although we'd use shots of Crown Royal instead of beers...
  5. Ted V. Mikels - Home of schlock z-movie actor, director, producer, towel boy Ted V. Mikels. You haven't experienced low budget movies until your watch some of Ted's stuff. Seriously, it's amazing what he can do with $20,000! He created one of my favorites, "The Doll Squad"!
  6. Horror Movies - In it's own words, a Facebook page about "FREAKING HORROR! If you like horror movies, you might want to check this out.

There are plenty of others out there, this is just a few of the BBDI favorites. Look around on Facebook, and if you have any movie related pages you like, share them with us in the comments section below. And when you're on Facebook, give the Big Bad Drive-In page a "LIKE" won'tcha? Help a brother out.

Last Updated on Thursday, 10 November 2011 12:14
 
Sunday Night at the Movies: American Zombie (2008) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Saturday, 29 October 2011 23:18

American Zombie (2008) - American Zombie tells the story of two Los Angeles filmmakers who set out to document a group of highfunctioning zombies and their struggle to gain acceptance in human society. Despite their wildly different working styles, sovaldi sale Grace and John manage to chronicle the hopes and dreams of four fascinating subjects: IVAN, a convenience-store clerk who longs for a career in publishing; LISA, a florist trying to recover her lost memories; JUDY, a hopeless romantic who learns to accept her true nature; and JOEL (pronounced "Ho-El"), a committed political activist striving for zombie rights. As Grace seeks to get to know the zombies "on their own terms," John is eager to uncover their darker side and rallies to get the crew permission to shoot at a three-day, zombies-only retreat called Live Dead where the documentary takes an unexpected -- and dangerous -- turn. What transpires there is beyond anything the filmmakers could imagine, as they are forced to re-evaluate their ideas about tolerance, identity politics and the future of the human race.

 
Stuntman Dies on the Expendables 2 Set PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Friday, 28 October 2011 09:08

Sly had said, "I'm making this sequel, even if I have to kill somebody..." Congratulations Sly.

A stunt performer has died on the set of The Expendables 2. The accident was reported by a newspaper in Bulgaria, where the film is shooting, and was confirmed by Nu Image, the production company. He has not yet been identified.

Read More at FILMDRUNK...

 
Sunday Night at the Movies: Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Friday, 21 October 2011 11:41

Tonight's movie is a true classic, "Robinson Crusoe on Mars", starring that light of the silver screenm the actor who thinks any emotion is too much emotion, the actor who was last heard of somewhere in Qouhog looking for his cowl, Adam West! (Well, until he's taken out by a meteor...)

"Spun from Daniel DeFoe's tale of the titular character, this sci-fi story involves a spaceship commander, Chris Draper (Paul Mantee) in a similar situation to the original Robinson Crusoe -- but rather than being stranded on an island, our hero is on a hostile planet. Draper, Colonel Dan McReady (Adam West), and a test monkey look as if they are going to collide with a meteor. Draper and the chimp are able to eject themselves from the vessel, but McReady is not so lucky. The two survivors safely land on Mars and figure out how to breathe, drink, and eat on the inhospitable planet. After some time, Draper crosses paths with a human, Friday, who has recently escaped slavery on an alien planet. As the two find a means of communication, they become friends. They soon work together to survive the incredible odds, including an alien attack and meteorological phenomena. Filmed on location in California's Death Valley, this impressive feature owes much to cinematographer Winton C. Hoch and special effects master Lawrence W. Butler."

Please, TRY to enjoy "Robinson Crusoe on Mars".

 
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