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    Re: Your favorite "B" or cult films

    Invasion of the Body Snatchers

    The Blob (I was a horror movie nut as a kid. I watched them all. The Blob freaked me out and I wouldn't go near the heat registers in our house).
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    Re: Your favorite "B" or cult films

    The Brood
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    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    My wife, brother, and sister-in-law, rented and watched that movie when it first came out. It was so off-the-wall and stupid that it was funny. It has to be seen a second time.

    Fred Willard is such an under-appreciated comedic actor IMHO. His commentator, with his off the topic comments, was right on.

    And the couple played by Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara was simply hilarious.
    I think this whole series of films (what're they up to now, about five?) is as close to ensemble theater on film as we get. I doubt they should be considered B Movies, as others noted, but they all are just very funny. We took our kids to see Best of Show when they were little and had to leave given all the sexual inuendo, but when our daughter was in college, she watched and just roared.
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    Re: Your favorite "B" or cult films

    Quote Originally Posted by TeamCasey View Post
    The Brood
    Ach!

    That movie reeaally freaked me out. How can you stand to watch it more than once?

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    Re: Your favorite "B" or cult films

    The Cutting Edge is a guilty pleasure.

    I actually consider Con-Air and Dirty Dancing to be "B" movies that are good when viewed through that angle.

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    Re: Your favorite "B" or cult films

    Crud. I forgot another one...

    Starship Troopers
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    Re: Your favorite "B" or cult films

    Amazing Grace and Chuck, starring Gregory Peck as President (natch) and Alex English as Amazing.

    Great flick, though it's a bit dated now.

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    Re: Your favorite "B" or cult films

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD View Post
    Crud. I forgot another one...

    Starship Troopers
    Everyone I know hated that movie but I never had a problem with it. I enjoyed it for the most part but maybe it was just because of Denise Richards.
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    My favorite B Movie is The Replacements. I can quote that movie all day and not get tired of it. Great movie.
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    Re: Your favorite "B" or cult films

    Quote Originally Posted by TeamCasey View Post
    Good one!

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    Would Harold And Kumar Go To White Castle be considered a cult classic? The scenes with Neil Patrick Harris alone are worth the price of admission.
    The original Mad Max, however, would be a B movie.
    Then, there is Silent Running with Bruce Dern. Most depressing film ever.
    The BBC made a nuclear-war film a few years ago called Threads. Made The Day After Tomorrow look like a picnic.

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    I'll second the mention of Road House that was made way up thread, and also say Teen Wolf.

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    Re: Your favorite "B" or cult films

    Picnic at Hanging Rock
    Gallipoli

    (both early Peter Weir)
    Burnt Offerings
    (campy early seventies horror with Oliver Reed, Karen Black, Bette Davis, Burgess Meredith)


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