Fateful Findings

Fateful Findings This past week, I had my first opportunity to experience Fateful Findings, a movie from the contemporary trash cinema master, Neil Breen. Neil Breen, who performed just about every major role behind the scenes of the movie, is apparently a successful Las Vegas architect who self-funds his film productions with his profits. On … Continue reading Fateful Findings

Bargain Bin(ge) Las Vegas: Zia Record Exchange – Eastern

Welcome to the newest installment of the Bargain Bin(ge), where I cover used DVD stores from around the country and the various movies I have plundered from them. Earlier this week, work took me out to fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada. With the limited free time I had, I decided to check out some used media … Continue reading Bargain Bin(ge) Las Vegas: Zia Record Exchange – Eastern

IMDb Bottom 100: The Beast of Yucca Flats

The Beast of Yucca Flats What happens when you put “Red Zone Cuba” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space” into the blast zone of an atomic bomb? Ideally, both movies would be destroyed. Alternatively, they could synthesize into a mindless creature of a movie called “The Beast of Yucca Flats”. Starring the hulking Tor Johnson … Continue reading IMDb Bottom 100: The Beast of Yucca Flats

IMDb Bottom 100: Red Zone Cuba

Red Zone Cuba “Red Zone Cuba” (or “Night Train to Mundo Fine”) is a devastatingly boring movie. I have had a more pleasant and entertaining time waiting in line at the DMV. Coleman Francis, the star/writer/director of this fine mess, is lauded as one of the worst fim-makers in history. Aside from “Red Zone Cuba”, … Continue reading IMDb Bottom 100: Red Zone Cuba