So to refresh my memory on bad horror movies - because when I was younger I used to love go see them... I looked up some of the worst and none of them I had ever scene. But I was thinking there was this old horror movie that I loved (I know it is a bad movie- but I still like it)
Ssssss - let is sounds it is about snakes. So just there it gives one the creeps. Gotta watch it.
I was going to give the story but just in case anyone wants to watch I don't want to be spoiler on the plot.
Now that I think about it I might have to see if it is on amazon prime
Thu 15 Aug, 2019 12:04 pm
I immediately thought of Tingler, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes and that homemade movie that featured people in the woods and somebody shaking stuff at them.
Does the Great Mr. Limpet qualify as a horror movie?
Loved that too
Thu 15 Aug, 2019 12:59 pm
We Are What We Are, strange movie with hints of cannibalism. If that's not enough, a bad storm which erodes the ground by the river, revealing...
An almost laugh-all-day horror movie would be 1987's Dolls. It serves as a reminder, he careful when stopping for an overnight stay in an unknown place.
And be sure to check out The Dorm That Dripped Blood. I could not stop laughing it was so terrorizingly bad. The blood looked more like a smashed jar of maraschino cherries
An early movie for me was The Beast of Yucca Flats. Atomic radiation gone bad! I was quite young and it did not impress me other than a way to hide from the authorities.
A movie I saw a decade after release was Five Million Years To Earth. (apparently the British title was Quatermass and the Pit.
My viewing took place at about 4:00-a.m.on New Year's Day 1977. It was the only thing on t.v. when I returned from a New Years Eve party. Seemed okay then, saw it again about 10 years later and it was perplexingly awful.
It will make you think of the London underground system(and all subways) differently.