Drop your cocks and grab your socks. Here are the Top 10 flicks we are digging right now on Netflix Instant, click the poster to queue this good shit up. Hopefully you can find something here to punch your eyeballs with.
10. LONE WOLF MCQUADE (1983)
Mr. Total Gym vs. Mr. Death by Autoerotic Asphyxiation in an 80s actioner.
9. FRAYED (2009)
Granted, this is bit of a HALLOWEEN rip-off, but it’s well-made with some genuinely creepy moments. Not a perfect flick, but a good time in front of the idiot box.
It’s worth the price of admission alone for the brutal baseball bat murder in the beginning. Damn!
8. THE VIDEO DEAD (1987)
A VHS staple! Sure, the effects are cheap and the acting suspect, but this is 80s horror at its best.
Or at least 80s horror at its decent.
7. BRIDE OF THE MONSTER (1955)
What do Bela Lugosi, wrestler Tor Johnson, and a rubber octopus have in common? Nothing, and neither do the words good and filmmaking in this hilarious grade-Z Edward D. Wood Jr. masterpiece.
6. THE HIVE (2008)
Tom Wopat battles killer ants on an island.
Yeah, I haven’t seen it, but come on! IT’S LUKE DUKE!!
5. THE ITALIAN CONNECTION (1972)
Fernando Di Leo drops a tough euro-crime flick that’ll punch you in the nuts, then fondle your mama. This shit is good, and stars the incomparable Henry Silva.
A couple of gangsters head to Italy to take out a small-time pimp. Asses are kicked. Enough said.
4. MARATHON MAN (1976)
Yeah, we’re classin’ up the joint a little bit. Dustin Hoffman and (Sir) Laurence Olivier star in a classic thriller directed by John Schlesinger.
This is movie is tough, not to mention an acting workshop. Later remade as ROAD HOUSE.
3. WOMEN IN CAGES (1971)
Pam Grier stars as Alabama, a tough-as-nails chick from…Brooklyn?
Jeff: What kind of hell did you crawl out of?
Alabama: It was called Harlem, baby. I learned to survive, never have pity. This game is called survival. Let’s see how well you can play it. I was strung-out behind smack at ten and worked in the streets when I was twelve. You’ve got a long way to go.
I haven’t see this bad boy, but it stars Pam in her prime, and it’s WIP.
2. CURSE OF THE SWAMP CREATURE (1966)
From the Floridian schlockmeister Larry Buchanan comes a cult classic made for about $15.
This flick looks cheap from beginning to end, but the laughs are nonstop.
Good shit here, Bastards.
1. TIMECRIMES (2007)
Director Nacho Vigalondo directs this tight little indie about some poor schmuck who, while peeping at his shapely neighbor, inadvertently ends up in a time machine. Wackiness ensues.
All joking aside, this movie is tough and smart. Highly recommended.
HERE’S TO GOOD WATCHING THIS WEEKEND,
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