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Really Awful Movies by Really Awful Movies - 1w ago

Any time any some monster hunts down eggheads, Jack Arnold’s estate should get a royalty check. The flick he directed, Creature from the Black Lagoon casts as many shadows as its Florida everglade locale. It’s almost inescapable/inestimable how influential this …
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Really Awful Movies by Really Awful Movies - 2w ago

To amuse yourself, trying singing Bob Seger’s Night Moves replacing “moves” with “world.” That will provide more entertainment value than Nightworld, a lazy, plodding, pointless exercise in horror tropes, shot in Sophia, Bulgaria of all places. When you think Bulgaria …
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Really Awful Movies by Really Awful Movies - 3w ago

A presidential biopic? No! The Ogre is an in-name only entry in the Demons series, in keeping with the usual mode of confusion when it comes to Italian cinema. You know, Zombi 2 is actually Zombi in Italy…but Zombi is …
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Really Awful Movies by Really Awful Movies - 1M ago

[Check out our Cujo podcast too!] At the time, Stephen King was obsessed with the Patty Heart kidnapping and wanted to write a book about it. The man who orchestrated it went by the name, Cujo… Suddnely, another villain was …
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Really Awful Movies by Really Awful Movies - 1M ago

Voodoo doo-doo. Zombie Nightmare is a train derailment from start to finish. A tale of un-dead retribution, this one could’ve been far more impactful if its protagonist  were black, as originally intended. Instead, the production changed, moved up north, and …
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Really Awful Movies by Really Awful Movies - 1M ago

The cinematic equivalent of a workplace training video, Unfriended forces viewers to stare at one character’s screen interface, complete with Skype notifications and a moving mouse. Exhilarating stuff, eh? At a budget of $1 million (spent on what, champagne and caviar …
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Really Awful Movies by Really Awful Movies - 1M ago

Miles Davis said “Time isn’t the main thing, it’s the only thing.” Another way to put it is of course, timing is everything. And given that we’re so close to what just transpired tragically at Stoneman Douglas High School in …
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Really Awful Movies by Really Awful Movies - 1M ago

Most remakes are duds, so it makes sense that this one should be “Dead” in the water too. However, 1990’s Night of the Living Dead has taken on a life of its own independent of the inestimable original, and easily exists …
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Really Awful Movies by Really Awful Movies - 1M ago

Forget Batali. The real Molto Maria is Bava and Black Sabbath sees him in fine, if uneven form. Depending on which version you see, this anthology starts with The Drop of Water, then segues into The Telephone, and then ends …
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Really Awful Movies by Really Awful Movies - 2M ago

Like adverbs, found footage* should be used…sparingly (whoops). In the case of Creep, the device doesn’t do the film any favors, spoiling what’s a top-drawer setup, and making the film, while really stellar, not wholly deserving of its critical ballyhoos. …
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