B-Movie fanatics rejoice. Twelve movies so bad, there good! The Best of the worst release by Mill Creek Entertainment brings together twelve b sci-fi/horror films for bad movie lover. Now lets take an in depth look at the 12 movie collection.
Our Rating System:
****=Don’t Miss it!
***=Worth a look.
**=An Ok way to spend an evening.
*=You haven’t missed anything.
Manos: The Hands of Fate (1966) Everything that can go wrong does; when a young couple on vacation, stop at the door of a mysterious house. *
Track of the Moon Beast (1976) A young man is stuck with a meteorite fragment, that buries itself in his skull causing him to mutate into a giant reptilian monster. *
The Beast of Yucca Flats (1961) Russian nuclear scientist Joseph Javorsky survives an H-bomb detonation but is transformed into a crazed mutated beast. **
Eegah (1962) Smitten with a beautiful teenage girl, Eegah, the last surviving stone age caveman, invades a rockin’ pool party to kidnap her. *
The Ape Man (1943) While conducting a bizarre experiment, scientist Jonathan Brewster is transformed into a hideous ape creature. **
The Amazing Transparent Man (1960) A demented major wants to create an army of invisible men to take over the Earth. **
The Atomic Brain (1964) In a dungeon laboratory inhabited by sub-humans and fresh corpses, a scientist conducts revolting experiments in an attempt to achieve immortality. *
Dementia 13 (1963) Louise is faced with a dilemma since her husband John has died of a heart attack and she is not included in his mother’s will. Traveling to his family’s ancestral home in Ireland, Louise hopes to ingrain herself into the family. **
Unknown World (1951) Living under the threat of an atomic holocaust, a group of scientists build a vehicle capable of drilling to the center of the Earth. **
The Terror (1963) Lieutenant Duvalier (Jack Nicholson), a Nineteenth Century military officer’s dreams are haunted by a mysterious beauty. **
Mesa of Lost Women (1953) Mad Scientist Dr. Arana has created a race of rabid super-women by injecting them with spider venom. *
The Incredible Petrified World (1957) Trapped at the bottom of hostile waters, explorers discover their only chance for survival is a labyrinth of undersea caves. **
In the final analysis this collection is exactly what it says. These are not great films. These are B movies all the way. You can’t expect anything else. The video quality is as good as can be expected.
I love Mill Creek’s box sets! You get so much bang for your buck. So if you love B movies, this is a set you can’t be without. I highly recommend you head on over to www.Millcreekent.com or your local DVD store and pick up a copy of "The Best of The Worst" from Mill Creek Entertainment.
Moral Rating: Violence and Some Adult Situations
Audience: Parental Guidance
Length: Almost 17 hours
Our Rating: C-