What are the best B movies?

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    #1Plan 9 from Outer Space

    Plan 9 from Outer Space

    From the infamous B-movie director Ed Wood, Plan 9 from Outer Space is about the alien invasion called "Plan 9". "Aliens" have raised the dead to destroy humanity. It was initially released on July 22, 1959.


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    Christian Sims
    Written on June 13, 2018
    "Am I the only one enjoying movies made by Ed Wood? You'll appreciate his works once you watched Tim Burton's biographical movie about Ed Wood."
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    #2Troll 2

    Troll 2

    Troll 2 is a horror fantasy movie in 1990. The movie is about a family going on a vacation, entering a reclused village, little they know about the town's inhabitants and mystery.


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    Timothy Stevens
    Written on June 13, 2018
    ""They're eating her... and then they're going to eat me... OH MY GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD!" This is the best line in the cinematic history!!! Still, the movie sucks soo bad 'coz of bad acting, bad scripts and ugly props. But not just sucks bad, the funny and entertaining one!"
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    #3The Room

    The Room

    A successful banker named Johnny has everything: wealth, friends and a lovely fiance named Lisa. But everything will shatter when Lisa plans to elope with Johhny's friend named Mark. Directed and produced by Tommy Wiseau.


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    Celia Corona
    Written on June 13, 2018
    "If you're planning to watch James Franco's The Disaster Artist, you have to watch first the source, which is The Room. Other than the out-of-this-world pacing, Tommy really looks like an alien. Watch this or else Lisa will tear Tommy apart!!!"
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    #4Birdemic: Shock and Terror

    Birdemic: Shock and Terror

    A bizarre independent movie in 2010 that incorporated social commentary, environmentalism, romance and horror. The premise is about a couple trying to survive from hordes of angry birds. Directed by James Nguyen.


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    Angel Pillai
    Written on June 13, 2018
    "I don't know what the director wants. Horror? Romance? Politics? Birdemic is a messy movie and I don't get it why people liked it."
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    #5The Toxic Avenger

    The Toxic Avenger

    When mild-mannered janitor Melvin Fern fell into a vat of toxic waste after being chased by a violent gang, all hell breaks loose as he transforms into The Toxic Avenger.


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    Brandon Wagner
    Written on June 13, 2018
    "I'm a monster movie junkie and The Toxic Avenger is one of my guilty pleasure. You can really feel the passion of its directors Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz. It's disgusting, cheezy but overall, it's still fun!"
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    #6The Blob

    The Blob

    The Blob is a remake of the 1958 science fiction horror film of the same title. An extraterrestrial blob invades the town of Arbeville, Colorado. A group of teenagers attempts to evacuate the townspeople before the blob consumes them all.


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    Jason Brooks
    Written on June 13, 2018
    "I've been following James Rolfe a.k.a. The Angry Video Game Nerd and The Blob is one of the monster films he recommended during his Monster Madness marathon. As a horror movie fan, I prefer the original The Blob from 1958. Sure, you have complex plot and gore from the remake but the original one is more solid when it comes to the storytelling."
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    C.H.U.D. is a 1984 horror film about cases of mysterious abductions in New York City. Investigators are eventually led into the depths of sewers, meeting the creature known as the "Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dweller" or C.H.U.D.


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    Ashley McDonald
    Written on June 13, 2018
    "I've seen a review of C.H.U.D. from Cinema Snob and what can I say? It's a typical monster movie from the 80s that involves over-the-top death scenes. Of course, I prefer the first C.H.U.D. movie since the sequels degraded into cash-grabbing mess."
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    #8Glen or Glenda

    Glen or Glenda

    Known as an early film discussing transvestitism during the 1950s, Glen or Glenda was a surreal telling of gender realignment at that time. The film is divided into 2 stories: "Glen or Glenda" and "Alan or Anne".


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    Barbara Boyd
    Written on June 13, 2018
    "As a graduate from liberal arts and gender studies, Glen or Glenda was a haphazard attempt to explore gender and sexuality. Given that Ed Wood directed this film, expect a poorly-written and crazy film. But I respect him for his attempt to represent the LGBTQ since they were oppressed at that time."


Best What are the best B movies
1Plan 9 from Outer SpaceMovies 15 Paid
2Troll 2Movies 11 Paid
3The RoomMovies 8 Paid
4Birdemic: Shock and TerrorMovies 8 Paid
5The Toxic AvengerMovies 5 Paid
6The BlobMovies 5 Paid
7C.H.U.D.Movies 3 Paid
8Glen or GlendaMovies 1 Paid

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