This one man made 134 of the weirdest movies ever

Fred Olen Ray was already a legendary director of B movies and exploitation films back in the early 1980s. But amazingly, he's just gotten more prolific with time. His IMDB page lists 134 films with titles like Bikini Girls from the Lost Planet, Super Ninja Bikini Babes, Invisible Mom II, Droid Gunner and Wizards of… » 3/11/14 12:45pm 3/11/14 12:45pm

When a man gets stuck in a monster costume, the whole village teams up …

Short film The Elaborate End of Robert Ebb puts a hilarious spin on the "human turns into a monster" trope. Security guard Robert decides to play a prank on his coworker with a squidy monster suit. But when he can't get the slimy thing off, the townspeople think there's a monster on the loose, and they're not shy about… » 4/06/13 7:30am 4/06/13 7:30am

Incredibly Strange and Ridiculously Cheap: Albert Pyun's 30-Year Career …

Albert Pyun is a legend among low-budget movie-makers. He's probably directed more movies about cyborgs than anyone else. He's been making post-apocalyptic movies since the Mad Max era, and he's still at it. He's worked with Rutger Hauer, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Christopher Lambert and Ice-T, among many others. Chances… » 12/06/12 1:55pm 12/06/12 1:55pm

Giant, Super-Intelligent Bears Beyond the Dimension Door

OK, so it's like fifty years in the future and the planet is dying of pollution or war or something. And a corporate mogul guy invents teleportation technology that allows him to terraform a remote planet with some kind of mega-oxygen-producing plant. In indie B-movie Savage Planet » 9/12/08 12:49am 9/12/08 12:49am, though, you can ignore the cool…

A Survival Guide to Bad Scifi Movies

If you have ever willingly or unwillingly sought out science fiction in the movie theater, you know what dangers await. Sure, you may find yourself blown away by a 28 Days Later, but you might just as easily find yourself rolling your eyes through a Jumper or Transformers. But even if you do find yourself having to… » 3/04/08 9:20am 3/04/08 9:20am