Out of the Blue

If it weren't hard enough taking a movie directed by Rob Zombie too seriously to start with, I keep hearing radio ads from his new flick that keep stressing the name of the character "Doctor Satan" over and over. All I can think of when I hear this is the scene in one of my favorite movies, Ed Wood, where Ed is pitching the studio head with movie ideas, all of which are completely contained in the titles. Cut to wild-eyed Ed: "Doctor... Acula! Doctor... Acula!" Who knows, maybe Rob will turn out to be an even finer director than Ed was.


Doctor... Acula! Doctor... Acula!

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I think Killer Klowns From Outer Space takes the cake as worst b-movie ever created.

And Them! is great! Definately one of the best 50's era nuclear monster movies.

Am I also one of the few that prefers the original "The Thing" to John Carpenter's?


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