B movies of the Paleolithic!!! Rawwwwwrrrr!

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created February 12, 2012 at 7:26 AM

So as I was at my local store I saw an eight pack of horror! SWEET less than 1$ per film right! These consisted of classics like Demonic Toys, Prom Night and Evil Bong......Those where obviously the top three to hook you!!! I love this kinda stuff.....I wonder did we tell B-Movie stories in pre TV/radio times? (note I'm not even gonna go paleo with this.....just pre tv).....how much of societal scary was made up of corny .....Let your freak flag fly and give some good logical reasoning for our facination with this aspect of being...what do you think?

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on February 12, 2012
at 12:48 PM

Of course we did! It's called myths and folklore, and includes fairy tales. Some are 'A' quality, and some are 'B' or worse. (And some can be either, depending on how they're told!)

In fact, we still do it. It's a sub-category of folklore called "urban legends." The lady who walked out to the car from her shopping and was grabbed by the ankle by someone underneath the car. Etc. Etc. Etc.


on February 12, 2012
at 05:09 PM

I have that DVD. Evil Bong had a happy ending too. Meridian was my favorite on there. Where else do you get to see a romantic (think Jayne Eyre Style) rape scene involving Big Foot and a super gorgeous woman?



on February 12, 2012
at 06:38 PM

The most famous preTV horror story in my home country Germany is that of the little old crazy cat lady that lived out in the woods and abducted little children to bake and eat them. Hint: she lured them to her home with sweets/an entire house made of gingerbread (don't know how that is supposed to hold up in German winters...).

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