What B - Grade Movie Have You Watched That You Would Recommend

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Yeah, watched Devil Woman From Mars since l was flat on my back recently due to having a very stressful week, and pretty good for a 1950's movie.

Some scenes were pretty funny, and the robot looked like The Day the Earth Stood Still comedy relief, but overall pretty good for a B - Grade sci fi.

Perpetual Motion Chain Reaction Beam, yeah, have to keep an eye out for those.

And ignore the wobbling spaceship taking off, it isn't fishing wire, promise.

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    The Gods Must Be Crazy 1 and 2. I think this is a case where the second is the best but both are good.

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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

    Russell Brunson - ClickFunnels
    Thanks l will look into that one, (don't think that l have seen it) but Robot Monster, (below the Devil Woman, Mars one has got my attention)

    Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

    The Gods Must Be Crazy 1 and 2. I think this is a case where the second is the best but both are good.

    The Gods Must Be Crazy 1980 - YouTube
    Yes the first was clever and funny the second not as much, but l would also recommend the first, to anyone who hasn't seen it before.

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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    First off, define B-Grade.

    You see I regard films such as Ghostbusters, Stripes, Animal House and Back To The Future as B-Grade movies. That doesn't mean they're bad movies, they're pretty good actually and a good way of wasting a couple of hours. They're not A Grade though.

    The film mentioned in the OP, although I haven't seen it, would be lucky to qualify as F-Grade.

    All that being said, I've just finished watching RED with Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, Richard Dreyfuss and Karl Urban. An A-Grade cast maybe, but definitely a B-Grade movie. In other words, worth a watch if you've got nothing better to do.
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    Look up First Blood definitely a B rated movie or worst. This resulted in the popular Rambo movie with Sylvester Stallone.
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    From Hell It Came. A B grade science fiction movie from the 1950s. It's remarkable to me because it has the worst scream from a woman I've ever heard. I burst out laughing wen I heard it.

    A thoroughly terrible movie with unintentional laughs.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      From Hell It Came
      Interesting. I watched a movie of the same name. However, it was actually a biopic telling the story of decades of Claude's lunches and the following bathroom mishaps.

      Pretty shitty movie. I wish I could wipe it from my memory.
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      • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
        Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

        Interesting. I watched a movie of the same name. However, it was actually a biopic telling the story of decades of Claude's lunches and the following bathroom mishaps.

        Pretty shitty movie. I wish I could wipe it from my memory.
        I know you are completely unaware of this, but the words "Shitty" and "wipe' actually have bathroom connotations. I was almost fooled into thinking you are clever. Almost.
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        • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
          Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

          I know you are completely unaware of this, but the words "Shitty" and "wipe' actually have bathroom connotations. I was almost fooled into thinking you are clever. Almost.
          Riffle has hired a ghost writer?
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      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      From Hell It Came.
      A thoroughly terrible movie with unintentional laughs.

      Sounds like my x-wife
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    Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

    First off, define B-Grade.

    You see I regard films such as Ghostbusters, Stripes, Animal House and Back To The Future as B-Grade movies. That doesn't mean they're bad movies, they're pretty good actually and a good way of wasting a couple of hours. They're not A Grade though.

    The film mentioned in the OP, although I haven't seen it, would be lucky to qualify as F-Grade.
    Ok, B - grade for me is defined as cheap budgets, terrible acting, obvious mistakes and crude special affects, (so wobbling UFO's, can see the fishing wire, or it is stop motion, classify's as B-grade).


    Possibly black and white, although color can't be exempt.

    This is what the Collins English Dictionary defines it.

    A B-grade person or thing is one that you consider to be inferior or of poor quality.
    So l don't consider Back to the Future, (no obvious special affects mistakes and big budget) or Ghosties, (well, they were pushing blue screen capture with that one but overall) to be B - Grade.

    I figure if you stay with b/w with wobbling spaceships, you will be hitting the mark.




    Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

    From Hell It Came. A B grade science fiction movie from the 1950s. It's remarkable to me because it has the worst scream from a woman I've ever heard. I burst out laughing wen I heard it.

    A thoroughly terrible movie with unintentional laughs.
    There Claude gets it, something with a reasonably engaging story, but not so good special affects and bad acting or timing.

    I ate some chicken this week pushing its use by date, so Nausea, is second nature to me, so seeking out light movie entertainment is at the top of my list at present.

    Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

    I know you are completely unaware of this, but the words "Sh***y" and "wipe' actually have bathroom connotations. I was almost fooled into thinking you are clever. Almost.
    Geesh you lot, tone down the s***y words, since l will probably be the one that will have to wipe it up, (see what l did there).


    Yep, Claude the screaming is pretty bad, but funny as well.

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    • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
      Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

      Ok, B - grade for me is defined as cheap budgets, terrible acting, obvious mistakes and crude special affects,
      Ok, fair enough, I just have a few more levels of grading than you do. As I said, there's nothing wrong with B-Grade, or even certain C-Grade movies.

      Here's my grading system:

      A - Absolute classic. Can be watched over and over again. Usually aimed at an adult audience. (The equivalent of five stars).

      B - A good movie, usually aimed at a younger audience, but easily enjoyed by adults. Can be watched repeatedly if there are no A Grade movies available. (Four stars)

      C - An OK movie. Not what you'd choose to watch, but can be entertaining if you can't find anything better to do. (Three stars)

      D - No real reason to watch any movies in this category. Every rom-com except When Harry Met Sally fits in here. (Two stars)

      E - Crap. (One star)

      F - Not even good enough to qualify as being crap. (No stars).

      So, your B Grade is probably the equivalent of my E or F Grade.
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        Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

        Ok, fair enough, I just have a few more levels of grading than you do. As I said, there's nothing wrong with B-Grade, or even certain C-Grade movies.

        Here's my grading system:

        A - Absolute classic. Can be watched over and over again. Usually aimed at an adult audience. (The equivalent of five stars).

        B - A good movie, usually aimed at a younger audience, but easily enjoyed by adults. Can be watched repeatedly if there are no A Grade movies available. (Four stars)

        C - An OK movie. Not what you'd choose to watch, but can be entertaining if you can't find anything better to do. (Three stars)

        D - No real reason to watch any movies in this category. Every rom-com except When Harry Met Sally fits in here. (Two stars)

        E - Crap. (One star)

        F - Not even good enough to qualify as being crap. (No stars).

        So, your B Grade is probably the equivalent of my E or F Grade.
        You forgot G: A show so absurdly vapid and void of meaning or thought that it actually lowers your intellect upon viewing. I can only think of two shows that qualify: the 2018 and the 2019 Whatty's.
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        • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
          Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

          You forgot G: A show so absurdly vapid and void of meaning or thought that it actually lowers your intellect upon viewing. I can only think of two shows that qualify: the 2018 and the 2019 Whatty's.
          I thoroughly agree with you on the 2019 awards including Amazon content, and worse still, having some of it take out awards certainly lowered the tone.

          I will pass on your advice to not include any content from Amazon in 2020 to my contact on the Committee.
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        Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

        Ok, fair enough, I just have a few more levels of grading than you do. As I said, there's nothing wrong with B-Grade, or even certain C-Grade movies.

        Here's my grading system:

        A - Absolute classic. Can be watched over and over again. Usually aimed at an adult audience. (The equivalent of five stars).

        B - A good movie, usually aimed at a younger audience, but easily enjoyed by adults. Can be watched repeatedly if there are no A Grade movies available. (Four stars)

        C - An OK movie. Not what you'd choose to watch, but can be entertaining if you can't find anything better to do. (Three stars)

        D - No real reason to watch any movies in this category. Every rom-com except When Harry Met Sally fits in here. (Two stars)

        E - Crap. (One star)

        F - Not even good enough to qualify as being crap. (No stars).

        So, your B Grade is probably the equivalent of my E or F Grade.
        To me, there is a separate grade that is done on a shoestring budget....and the story is so bad, the dialogue so trite and the movie so predictable...that you just keep laughing out loud as you watch.

        The Mystery Science Theater 3000 type of movies. Watching the black and white science fiction of the 1950s pretty much guarantees this kind of reaction.

        There are also the horror movies that are intentionally funny. The Cabin In The Woods is that type.
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        Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

        Ok, fair enough, I just have a few more levels of grading than you do. As I said, there's nothing wrong with B-Grade, or even certain C-Grade movies.

        Here's my grading system:

        A - Absolute classic. Can be watched over and over again. Usually aimed at an adult audience. (The equivalent of five stars).

        B - A good movie, usually aimed at a younger audience, but easily enjoyed by adults. Can be watched repeatedly if there are no A Grade movies available. (Four stars)

        C - An OK movie. Not what you'd choose to watch, but can be entertaining if you can't find anything better to do. (Three stars)

        D - No real reason to watch any movies in this category. Every rom-com except When Harry Met Sally fits in here. (Two stars)

        E - Crap. (One star)

        F - Not even good enough to qualify as being crap. (No stars).

        So, your B Grade is probably the equivalent of my E or F Grade.
        So now we know the inner workings of "The Whatty's" movie grading system..known as the "Sesame Street Method"

        Just back from the UK, been watching some new UK quiz shows (The Chaser Is good) and one's equivalent to the US talent shows, the latest is like dancing with the stars but done on ice. Novices have to learn to ice skate first.

        The latest catch phrases used in all of them all the time

        "Amazing" UK equivalent to the US using "Awesome" all the time.. and

        "You Smashed It" .. like.. "You knocked it out of the ballpark with that performance."

        Then there is the 91 year old busybody from down the road and anytime she would have a criticism or insult, she would qualify it with the precursor of "If you don't mind me saying so"

        So you can say, "Amazing, you smashed it, if you don't mind me saying so"
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          Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

          known as the "Sesame Street Method"
          For its educational quality and its suitability for viewing by very young people*, Sesame Street would actually get an A Grade rating. The same with Play School (a show you're no doubt familiar with).

          * The members of the human race who are roughly the same height as Dan Riffle, but will grow taller eventually.
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    I give all movies an A or 5 stars rating because they are just like women..
    some are better than others, but
    they're all wonderful.


    Then life changes. Women somehow convince us to marry them. Goes to show men are smart because they are in a wonderful place and women are smarter because they have you in their place! Women own that place, thus they own the men.


    Not to worry. Internet Marketers figured out how to beat them at their own game!


    Sign the marriage contract in invisible ink!


    Now who is smarter?


    Movie rights anyone?
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    six string samurai - interesting soundtrack
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  • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
    There is always the thought that none of us here could put together a B movie. And even the most mediocre movies are beyond most of our talents.

    For example, we think an actor is bad in a part. But we have not the smallest shred of acting talent ourselves.

    We watch a comedian, and claim how bad they are. But if we stood on that stage for a second, we would pee our pants and babble incoherently...why? because they are doing something that is hard to do. And we don't take that into consideration.

    Personally, I laugh because I'll say something about an artist, or a boxer, or a scientist....and instantly realize that I'm comparing them to the best in the world, and not comparing them to me. And then I laugh at my own judgmental view....judging someone who is far better at what they do than I would ever be.

    Pomposity is funny to me, even when I see it in myself.
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      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      There is always the thought that none of us here could put together a B movie. And even the most mediocre movies are beyond most of our talents.

      For example, we think an actor is bad in a part. But we have not the smallest shred of acting talent ourselves.

      We watch a comedian, and claim how bad they are. But if we stood on that stage for a second, we would pee our pants and babble incoherently...why? because they are doing something that is hard to do. And we don't take that into consideration.

      Personally, I laugh because I'll say something about an artist, or a boxer, or a scientist....and instantly realize that I'm comparing them to the best in the world, and not comparing them to me. And then I laugh at my own judgmental view....judging someone who is far better at what they do than I would ever be.

      Pomposity is funny to me, even when I see it in myself.
      i am an ass .. i don't care about what peoples opinions are or what they say they believe.. i care where they spend their money and what they actually do ..

      if you are watching a comedian in a small venue there is a big change they are going to be trying out new stuff or changes in the act .. and much of it might be trash ..that why some smaller views prevent filming ..

      and the acting you see in a movie ..if it looks bad to you or many other people .. it is not the actors fault it is the editor /director who left the bad parts in or didn't make the actor shoot the scene enough to get the shot right..

      now as for science goes..just trust us where scientists.. doesn't work.. science is not based of trust..it based of of proof.. and duplication . from other scientists doing the same experiments the same way . and then explaining the results to those who it will effect .. or who will make money from it or at least the money spent to do the research and the testing ..
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      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      Pomposity is funny to me, even when I see it in myself.
      Then you must never stop laughing.
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

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    Russell Brunson - ClickFunnels, lol, yes very funny, but l would give that tripe a what did Whatti call it Crap rating.

    Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

    I give all movies an A or 5 stars rating because they are just like women..
    some are better than others, but
    they're all wonderful.

    Then life changes. Women somehow convince us to marry them. Goes to show men are smart because they are in a wonderful place and women are smarter because they have you in their place! Women own that place, thus they own the men.

    Movie rights anyone?
    You should watch Devil Woman from Mars Jeffery, the martian attractive woman in black leather has great legs and this movie also has another two attractive women that seem to fall in love and kiss anything that moves, (certainly puts Tinder to shame).

    The end is predictable, but good acting and good storyline considering. If the UFO didn't show up it would have been a pretty good English movie.

    Well it looks like Cluades suggestion, Robot Monster or Red Planet Mars, (1952) are next on my list. From the feedback the last one is very good, but l need a laugh so...


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    Just finished watching Red Planet Mars, and interesting story, although a more compelling ending would have helped.

    Although Red Planet Mars is more in line with The Day the Earth Caught Fire, or both are similar in being devoid of expensive and hard to pull of special affects, but still have a compelling story and acting to get it to the end.

    I don't consider the above ones to be B-Grade thought, and worth a look if you can't handle wobbly spaceships and funny screams.

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    I'll throw in these 50s classics that you may or may not have seen:

    Them
    The Thing From Another World (James Arness' first movie)
    Earth vs The Flying Saucers
    Tarantula (Clint Eastwood's first movie)
    Forbidden Planet (starring Leslie Nielson before he became a comedy actor)
    The War of the Worlds
    Invasion of the Body Snatchers
    This Island Earth
    It Cam From Outer Space
    Invaders From Mars
    Destination Moon
    When Worlds Collide
    The Blob (Steve McQueen's first movie)
    Plan 9 From Outer Space (say no more)
    Red Planet Mars
    20 Million Miles to Earth
    Rocketship X-M
    The Quatermass Experiment
    Killers From Space
    Cat Women of The Moon

    That should keep you going for a while! Seen 'em all myself.
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      Originally Posted by gnugent View Post

      I'll throw in these 50s classics that you may or may not have seen:

      Them
      The Thing From Another World (James Arness' first movie)
      Earth vs The Flying Saucers
      Tarantula (Clint Eastwood's first movie)
      Forbidden Planet (starring Leslie Nielson before he became a comedy actor)
      The War of the Worlds
      Invasion of the Body Snatchers
      This Island Earth
      It Cam From Outer Space
      Invaders From Mars
      Destination Moon
      When Worlds Collide
      The Blob (Steve McQueen's first movie)
      Plan 9 From Outer Space (say no more)
      Red Planet Mars
      20 Million Miles to Earth
      Rocketship X-M
      The Quatermass Experiment
      Killers From Space
      Cat Women of The Moon

      That should keep you going for a while! Seen 'em all myself.
      Absolutely.

      I also record most old horror movies (of the 1930s and 1940s) Any of the old movies with Frankenstein, The Mummy, Dracula, and the Wolfman are movies I can watch over and over again. No idea why. They aren't scary to me. Maybe because they are so atmospheric. It helps that they are black and white.

      The old Hammer Horror films I like as well. Anything with Peter Cushing in it.


      added later;
      Quatermass and the Pit (aka Five Million Years to Earth) was an exceptional movie I thought.
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    Originally Posted by gnugent View Post

    I'll throw in these 50s classics that you may or may not have seen:

    Them
    The Thing From Another World (James Arness' first movie)
    Earth vs The Flying Saucers
    Tarantula (Clint Eastwood's first movie)
    Forbidden Planet (starring Leslie Nielson before he became a comedy actor)
    The War of the Worlds
    Invasion of the Body Snatchers
    This Island Earth
    It Cam From Outer Space
    Invaders From Mars
    Destination Moon
    When Worlds Collide
    The Blob (Steve McQueen's first movie)
    Plan 9 From Outer Space (say no more)
    Red Planet Mars
    20 Million Miles to Earth
    Rocketship X-M
    The Quatermass Experiment
    Killers From Space
    Cat Women of The Moon

    That should keep you going for a while! Seen 'em all myself.
    Earth V's the Flying Saucers is a classic, l never get tired of seeing UFO's smashing into Washington buildings.

    Cat woman of the Moon, have to look into that one, lol.

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    The worst B movie ever has to be "Claudezilla Does Mothra: Pupa Raider 3".
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    The Killer Shrews 1959

    Monster Dog starring Alice Cooper mid 80's

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    Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

    So now we know the inner workings of "The Whatty's" movie grading system..known as the "Sesame Street Method"

    Just back from the UK, been watching some new UK quiz shows (The Chaser Is good) and one's equivalent to the US talent shows, the latest is like dancing with the stars but done on ice. Novices have to learn to ice skate first.

    The latest catch phrases used in all of them all the time

    "Amazing" UK equivalent to the US using "Awesome" all the time.. and

    "You Smashed It" .. like.. "You knocked it out of the ballpark with that performance."

    Then there is the 91 year old busybody from down the road and anytime she would have a criticism or insult, she would qualify it with the precursor of "If you don't mind me saying so"

    So you can say, "Amazing, you smashed it, if you don't mind me saying so"
    Groan, no doubt Australia will be getting those ones soon. And my brother when he went to England walked around the back streets instead of the usual tourist haunts and also went to the old factory area that has been used in Doctor Who several times.


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    The Killer Shrews 1959

    Monster Dog starring Alice Cooper mid 80's

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    Monster Dog, sounds like Kujo.

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      Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

      Groan, no doubt Australia will be getting those ones soon.
      We've had The Chase for a while now (Channel 7 just before the "news"). For a quiz show, it's not bad. I give it a C Rating (see above for explanation of ratings).
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      Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post





      Monster Dog, sounds like Kujo.

      It is actually a Werewolf Movie

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    Safety not guaranteed.
    it's about time travel and must have been really cheap to film. One of my favorite movies though.
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    Just watched War of the Colossal Beast 1958, and it was a little slow initially but perked up substantially when he ran amock and started wrecking stuff.

    Obviously he kept escaping since we all wanted him to get loose in a city and throw stuff, etc, and he didn't disappoint.

    Too much grunting thought, and l was half expecting a giant mutant crab or something caught in a nuclear test, but this was pretty good all up, and worth the 1.08.32 duration.

    And yeah they colorized the film by hand at the end.



    PS tried to find Claudes movie with the bad screaming but unfortunately the full movie isn't available online, so went with this one.
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    Well, l was after the stupidest movie available and this didn't disappoint.

    The rocket wasn't bad, affects, need to work on the sounds a bit more, but without the cute giant spiders l wouldn/t have watched it all.

    Every B-grade movie needs at least one giant spider, lol.

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    What can l say, l am on a spider fetish, and this wasn't bad, with a cute spider and pretty silly spider sounds.

    It didn't really go rampant and wreck a city, but it still roamed a few streets and pickup up a tasty morsel.

    A bit like someone we all know.

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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    This movie contains BOTH LOIS LANES from Adventures of Superman, Phyllis Coates and Noel Neill, so Cluade watching this is a given.

    Not a bad movie, made in 1952, (when world war 2 ended and the Korean one was still raging).

    Shows how a war may have been waged with atomic weapons, at least til missiles were introduced which would have scrapped this scenario.


    No aliens in this one, but still a good flick, and still a B-grade movie, but less so than most.

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