When the weekend comes, some people grab a light domestic and watch a football game, and some grab a shot of rye and turn on grindhouse cinema until the clock reads 3:00 AM. Here are the Top 10 flicks we are digging right now on Netflix Instant. Hopefully you can find something here to punch your eyeballs with. As always, click the poster to queue this up on Netflix.
10. THE MONKEY HUSTLE (1976)
Not many people can knock Yaphet Kotto off the screen, but Rudy Ray Moore is one of those cats. Despite his billing he’s not in this flick much which is too bad, this could have used more plot, more Moore, and more coherency. Kind of a wacky little film but worth a watch.
9. THE LIVING DEAD GIRL (1982)
This flick moves at a quick pace for a Jean Rollin film but it still has all the gore and nudity you could ask for… with the Rollin touch of course.
8. ROBOGEISHA (2009)
“She has a machine gun in her ass!”
7. FOOD OF THE GODS (1976)
Welcome to the Bottom of the Food Chain!
6. BOXCAR BERTHA (1972)
Scorsese was still learning his way around the camera with this Corman production, but there are moments when you can see the work of a master.
5. BRONSON (2008)
If you’ve seen DRIVE, then check out Bronson. Nicolas Windig Refn is going to be one of those directors that is going to be on your “must see” list.
4. EMPEROR OF THE NORTH (1973)
Tough. As. Nails. Don’t let the PG rating fool you, this flick is full of dirty and tough action. In between Marvin being a badass and Borgnine being an evil as fuck conductor, they actually manage to make one of the better films about the Great Depression and life on the rails.
3. HIGH-BALLIN (1978)
Truckers, fist-fights, and Jerry “Big Shit” Reed? Done and done.
AND NOW… THE DG DOUBLE FEATURE:
2. BEST WORST MOVIE (2009)
Bad movies either fade into obscurity or become classic with devoted followings. BEST WORST MOVIE documents one of the latter as it explores TROLL 2, a 1990 legend in the bad film hall of fame. This was directed by one of the stars of that film, Michael Stephenson. This movie is proof positive that nobody sets out to make a bad film, but sometimes that’s the result, and sometimes that result is better than something average.
1. TROLL 2 (1990)
We couldn’t show a documentary about a bad film without showing said bad film; so here you go Bastards… TROLL 2 in all it’s terrible, terrible, terrible glory.
HERE’S TO GOOD WATCHING THIS WEEKEND, SALUTE!
SEE YOU ON FORTY DEUCE,
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