Where pop culture and the social sciences COLLIDE! A satirical(?) blog analyzing mass media trends and a place to get all psychosocial about consumerism...even if you DON'T think the Internet is a principality of the US.
There's only one thing better than watching a good movie, and that's watching a bad movie. Anybody can see the inherent artistic greatness in something like "Schindler's List" or "Amarcord," but it takes a very keen set of eyes to pick up on the hidden genius of lesser-heralded flicks, like "The Curse" (a movie where Bo Duke and Wesley Crusher get chased around Tennessee by a demonic meteor juice-possessed Sheriff Lobo), "Foodfight!" (a long-shelved CGI kids flick starring Charlie Sheen as an anthropomorphic dog fighting food Nazis in a supermarket) and "International Guerrillas" (far and away the BEST three hour long musical-comedy-action flick ever made by hardcore militant Muslim extremists.) Below, you'll find a list of all the superb "B-movies" I've reviewed on this site. They're ALL winners, in their own special way!