Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Cursed doll people and damn bloody apes; new this week at the buffet…

This week the BMB menu takes us South of the border, down Mexico way, and straight into a cryptic, terrifying, Crypt Of Terror!

Join the Kommandant as he stays up late to witness the over the top array of gals, gore and gorillas that come out during the Night Of The Bloody Apes; then cuddle up with Bunny and be spellbound by the moody, atmospheric creepiness and diminutive devilish dolls of Curse Of The Doll People.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Gold booted girls and singularly shocking moments; new this week at the buffet…

The fresh menu options this week are two flicks from everyone's favorite tusk wearing, mustachioed, cult movie director, Ted V. Mikels. Not that there are any other tusk wearing, mustachioed, cult movie directors that we like any less, or even any others in existence; I just wanted to show TVM a little extra love. (Platonically, of course. Watching his movies is one thing, potentially becoming a "castle lady" is quite another.) But I digress.

First up, alphabetically, is a torrid tale of a down-on-her-luck waitress who longs to be the best go-go girl on the block, Girl In Gold Boots; followed by a seamy story involving a man, his wife and all of the tawdry marital bliss threatening twists and turns that lead up to One Shocking Moment.

Sunday, August 13, 2006

The BMB returns with a trio of tasty trash…

Yes, we are back; and, thanks our blissful beach front vacation, we are refreshed, relaxed and tanner than ever! At least I am. (Although, in reality, tan for me is still pretty pale for the rest of the world.) The Kommandant doesn't so much tan as he just gets swarthier.

Anywhoo, as promised in our last posting, new to the buffet this week is the eighth entry in our 2006: The Year Of The 13ths series, Friday The 13th Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan, plus a crazy Canadian rock 'n' roll nightmare, Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare.

Also new to the menu this week, and new to the site in general, is the debut of our newest column, Manor On Movies. (Which isn't actually new at all; it's been running in c14, Exploitation Retrospect and some other publications that have no link to me, for years. It is, however, new to this site.) In the BMB's premiere installment of this beloved long-running column, Stately Wayne Manor takes it To The Limit with none other than Anna Nicole Smith.