Movies to have fun at home: The Online Option

Movies to have fun at home: The Online Option

The film, especially the American, has always toasted us with “pearls” that, so bad and poorly executed (despite the pretension and ambition of its directors), have become classic ones, some of them moving in movie sessions to “fans,” and creating a strange aura to its directors. They’re movies to call the guys, sit on the couch, pick up the popcorn, and have fun.

This short list, with no pretense (even because far from being a genius like Ed Wood), will do a brief survey of the Trash films over the years. Speaking of which, Nonton Film offers you the best entertainment of all times; you can enjoy your favorite movies at any time anyplace.

Robot Monster (1953) Full cast and crew

One of the first titles to win the “worst movie ever made” label at the time of the release was Robot Monster. The track is good (from future Oscar winner Elmer Bernstein), but only. Besides, everything is bad: especially the villain of the movie, an ET with monkey clothes and a helmet.

Plan 9 from outer space (1959)

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Ed Wood has several pearls Glen or Glenda, The Monster’s Bride, Night of the Haunts but it is in Plan 9 that all his talent is revealed, and that justifies his fame. Badly produced, acted parchment, with a confusing story and full of patches and the talent of Bela Lugosi played in private, that is, obligatory.

Also point out Tim Burton’s good biopic about the director, although some of Wood’s eccentricities are exaggerated in him, it’s worth it.

Hands – The Hands of Destiny (1966)

Talented gives a good movie, right? But director Harold Warren is not Glauber Rocha, and the film comes out to be bizarre so poorly done. Reason for a joke at the time, today is a cult piece (has even video game), documentary theme (the good Hotel Torgo, 2004) and with a continuation on the way. Can you believe?

The Man Charged (1973)

This movie frequented much of the movie sessions of the old TVs in the 1980s. The snake man has aged poorly but is still good demand.

The Amazing Man Who Melted (1977)

This also made a point on the afternoon of Silvio’s station. The incredible man who has melted has the great makeup of the great Rick Baker, and a very heavy climate, with a sullen end.

Black Samurai (1977)

Jim Kelly offered action pearls for the Blaxploitation in the 1970s. Black Belt Jones or Three the hard way are more exciting but hard to find in the Youtubes of life. But as you could not leave a copy of these off the list, chose Black Samurai which is also fun guaranteed.

The Toxic Avenger (1984)

Troma’s biggest commercial success, The Toxic Avenger was well received by critics, but rest assured: the saga of the deformed hero is stuffed with scrawl and bullshit.

Ninja 3: The Domination (1984)

Another producer who gifted us with dubious pearls was Cannon, the Israelis Golan, and Globus. Of the ill-fated Masters of the Universe and Superman 4, the unbelievable films of Charles Bronson and Chuck Norris, I go to Ninja 3, one of the most bizarre that the company performed, mixed martial arts, flashdances, and novel 1980s. Failed at the box office, but which drew inspiration for the lousy (in the best sense of the word) American Ninja franchise.