This book contains several horror movie lists sorted by antagonist types. While these movies aren’t the cream of the crop, they are nevertheless considered quintessential. These simple movies were selected by Tales of Terror’s algorithm out of 2000 reviews by horror critic Steve Hutchison. They are not necessarily the best in their category; they’re the ones you probably haven’t seen. They’re the ones begging to be discovered. The goal of this guide is to celebrate the underdogs and to discover hidden gems.
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Fifty-three minutes is just about how long the average stoner can wait between two bong hits. Conveniently, that’s how long this film lasts. With a title like this one, you’d expect the quintessential 420 film. It’s not. It’s mostly talking heads throwing dirty uncle jokes. Every other scene has old men flirting with chicks. There is a tremendous number of tits, here, so I hope you like tits.
Expect a pair every ten minutes. It’s not as expensive as puppetry is, which has been a recurring problem at Full Moon Entertainment for the last two decades. At the risk of geeking out, though, legendary filmmaker David DeCoteau makes a short appearance to let us know that this bowling alley is where he shot his legendary Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama.
Charles Band shuffles the cards again, mixing his favorite characters from other franchises to amuse the few remaining fans of his beloved monument. He sure found ingenious ways to milk his cows. These films are being produced for a fraction of the average TV series episode these days. All in all, Evil Bong 420 had one mission and it failed. It’s not the ultimate stoner film you were expecting.