Why do we love bad movies?
Well, not all bad movies, but the ones that make you laugh out loud. The ones that are so bad that they’re good. And to see one of these movies with a group of friends can be a perfect night.
What about a movie marathon of these turkeys? A lot of these turkeys were intended to be horror movies, and while they’re not what they were intended to be, they’re still pretty damn entertaining.
In this episode, I talk about a Horror Movie Turkey Marathon with some friends, and give some suggestions for you if you’d like to have a crowd over for some laugh-filled scares. We’re movie lovers, right? This is supposed to be fun!
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Movies and topics discussed:
“King Dinosaur” (1955) Dir: Bert I. Gordon
“Blood Freak” (1972) Dir: Brad F. Grinter
“Octaman” (1971) Dir: Harry Essex
“Fatal Frames” Dir: Al Festa
“Killdozer” (1974) Dir: Jerry London
“Things” (1989) Dir: Andrew Jordan
Other movies by Bert I. Gordon:
the Amazing Colossal Man (1957)
“The Cyclops” (1957)
“Food of the Gods” (1976)
“Death Curse of Tartu” (1966) director William Grefe