Posted on Monday, April 20th, 2009 by Shachar Pessis
BMC – B movies are legendary, and the tradition is still alive and kicking today. Need proof? No problem. Check out this great website for a huge collection of low-budget, weak PR motion pictures that come with a huge fan base, transcending time and space. If you are a B movies fan, you will be happy to hear that AMC recently launched a new platform (BMC) that caters to an on-demand audience, giving film lovers direct access to B movies from the 1950s and 60s. If you’re into this genre, you can start with Asylum, step two would be Corridors of Blood and for a sweet finish, spice it up with A Swingin’ Summer (Raquel Walsh’s debut film). Who said low budget was bad?