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Frankenstein’s Army

Frankenstein's Army (2013) starring Karel Roden
Frankenstein’s Army (2013) starring Karel Roden, Alexander Mercury, Robert Gwilym Synopsis of Frankenstein’s Army  In Frankenstein’s Army, toward the end of World War II a squad of Russian soldiers seemingly stumble upon a lab run by the descendant of Dr. Frankenstein, creating abominations for the Nazis.
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Creature, aka. Titan Find

Creature, aka. Titan Find (1985) starring Stan Ivar, Klaus Kinski, Wendy Schaal, Lyman Ward, Robert Jaffe
Creature, aka. Titan Find (1985) starring Stan Ivar, Klaus Kinski, Wendy Schaal, Lyman Ward, Robert Jaffe Synopsis of Creature  When a mysterious canister is uncovered on Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, a dormant, eons-old monster is released, making lunch of both the explorers who discovered it and the rival...
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The Retaliator

The Retaliator, aka. Programmed to Kill (1987) starring Robert Ginty Sandahl Bergman
The Retaliator, aka. Programmed to Kill (1987) starring Robert Ginty, Sandahl Bergman Synopsis of The Retaliator A female, middle eastern, terrorist is captured by the CIA in Greece after an attack on a marketplace. Transported back to the USA, the terrorist undergoes an operation where she is transformed into a...
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Terror is a Man

Terror is a Man (1959), starring Richard Derr, Richard Derr, Greta Thyssen
Terror is a Man (1959), starring Richard Derr, Richard Derr, Greta Thyssen Synopsis of Terror is a Man Terror is a Man.  A shipwreck survivor washes ashore on a mysterious island where the bizarre experiments of a renegade scientist unleash a bloodthirsty man-beast.
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Plan 9 from Outer Space

Plan 9 from Outer Space starring Bela Lugosi, Tor Johnson, Vampira, directed by Edward D. Wood Jr.
Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959) starring Bela Lugosi, Tor Johnson, Vampira, directed by Ed Wood  What can be said about Plan 9 from Outer Space that hasn’t already been said? It’s clearly the cheesiest of cheesy monster movies. It’s been considered for many years the worst movie that has ever been...
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Night of the Ghouls

Night of the Ghouls, starring Kenne Duncan, Duke Moore, Tor Johnson, Valda Hansen, Criswell, Paul Marco by Ed Wood
Night of the Ghouls, starring Kenne Duncan, Duke Moore, Tor Johnson, Valda Hansen, Criswell, Paul Marco by Ed Wood Undercover ghostchaser Duke Moore investigates a mysterious medium (Keene Duncan) who fleeces relatives of the dead by fake channeling with the beyond. But beware–the night is alive with ghouls! Titanic 400 lb. Tor Johnson,...
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Blood of Ghastly Horror

Blood of Ghastly Horror, starring John Carradine, Tommy Kirk, Regina Carrol by Al Adamson
Blood of Ghastly Horror, starring John Carradine, Tommy Kirk, Regina Carrol by Al Adamson Al Adamson’s classic tale of undead terror comes to DVD with a shocking bang as part of Troma Team Video’s Al Adamson Collection! Human zombies rise from their coffins as living corpses! A doctor (John Carradine)...
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Eegah

Eegah! (1962) starring Richard Kiel, Arch Hall Jr. Marilyn Manning, Arch Hall Sr.
Eegah! (1962) starring Richard Kiel, Arch Hall Jr. Marilyn Manning, Arch Hall Sr.  It should be mentioned at the offset that Eegah! is one of the worst movies of all time. It earns that title with bad acting, bad sets, and a bad script. But Eegah! is one of those movies that’s...
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Terrordactyl

Terrordactyl (2016) starring Christopher John Jennings, Jason Tobias, Candice Nunes, Jack E. Curenton
Terrordactyl (2016) starring Christopher John Jennings, Jason Tobias, Candice Nunes,  Jack E. Curenton  In short, Terrordactyl is a modern creature feature, in the style of the cheesy monster movies that we grew up with. Except for a few minor language issues, I recommend it wholeheartedly. It’s fun, fast-paced, with good acting, a...
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Deep Space

Deep Space (1998) starring Charles Napier, Ron Glass, Ann Turkel, Julie Newmar
Deep Space (1988) starring Charles Napier, Ann Turkel, Ron Glass, Julie Newmar The question is not, is Deep Space a cheesy rip-off of Aliens? — because, of course, it is. The question is, how did these actors get into a movie this bad?
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