Watch these amazing Kitsch B-movies until your eyes bleed happiness and your mouth dislocates from guffawing. Take a look at some of our favorites below and get the popcorn going! You will certainly be glad you did.
You get to watch Nicholas Cage’s interpretation of Nosferatu for over an hour. He blends German Expressionism with method acting and the byproduct is someone who’s developed a sexual fixation with vampires. Rotten Tomatoes has this film at 61 percent. This movie is the womb that birthed many memes.
The Toxic Avenger
A reboot of this cult classic is in the works. Rotten Tomatoes gave a 70 percent consensus on this one. Imagine that a scrawny, ’80s nerd possessed Lou Ferrigno. That, combined with a Joker-Esque-origin accident.
This kitsch B-movie is a portmanteau of the words Frankenstein’s Monster and hooker. The beginning of this movie is absolutely fantastic. The setups and punchlines are on point.
This gem is worth all the platinum in the world. I cannot tell you the emotion that I felt when I first watched this film. That’s probably because it doesn’t exist. The sexual humor is cringy, and yet you can’t look away. The reaction shots from Mark Frazer are enough to give you stitches. The boss battles are amazing.
Rotten Tomatoes has the critics’ consensus at…26 percent. Well, the critics don’t know diddly.
“You’re not good. You-You’re just a chicken. Chip, chip, chip, chip—Cheep—Cheep.”
This is quite possibly my favorite movie of all time. It is the equivalent to getting every answer wrong on a multiple-choice test and coming out of black-market surgery better than you went in. Tommy Wiseau made a miracle and that miracle is The Room. He is the Mother Teresa of movies.
This movie is in the same Stephen-King camp as The Langoliers miniseries, only much funnier. Many horror films with a low budget can earn back many times that of the costs, no matter how bad the movie is. This film is not one of those. The cats. If you are a cat person, then you’ll be happy to know that cats save people in this film. The continuity of the Sleepwalkers-universe is little wonky, to say the least. Of the couples, Kitsch B-movies—this one is definitely top 25.
The scene where Nicholas Cage dons a bear costume and punches a cult member in the face makes me laugh to this day.
“What is that! WHAT IS IT? NO, NOT THE BEES! AHHH!” Get’s me every time.
This movie is a remake. It is also a terrible movie. I’ll be the first to admit that.
Big Trouble In Little China
I love Kurt Russell so much that it hurts. He is my ’80s hero. This is a John Carpenter film! So, you know you’re getting a good film. Even though this was a commercial flop, it makes my heart valves flop with love and laughter. The Washington Post, HuffPost, and Chicago Tribune have all reported on the urban legend that Walt Disney’s dying words were “Kurt Russell.” Look it up.
Tango & Cash
Another movie with Kurt Russell, this movie is obviously AMAZING! An A-movie in its heyday, this thing has aged like a fine cheese. The bro-ness of this film is almost too much to handle. The first time I watched this, everyone around me was taking it seriously. Ruining everyone else’s viewing experience made mine one to remember.
Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes
This movie knows that it’s in the category of Kitsch B-movies, and it wants you to know—that it knows. Zany is a word that I would use to describe the feel of this movie. It’s like a Leslie Nielson film that fell through the cracks, into the pile of B-movies.