SHOWGIRLS, TEEN WOLVES, AND ASTRO ZOMBIES
[Cinéma - Films Bis]
Showgirls or Spice World ? Reefer Madness or Robot Monster ? Battlefield Earth or The Black Gestapo ? For every cinematic classic the studios have released, there have been dozens of cheesy monstrosities, overpriced flops, and schlocky epics. Rampaging robots, bouncing bimbos, moronic martial artists, vapid vampires, troubled teens, barbaric bikers, and idiotic infants - all of these, and more, have been foisted on us in the name of entertainment. Featuring a cast of thousands, including A-listers like Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock in their Z-grade origins, and firsthand interviews with bad-movie aficionados, from Leonard Maltin and David Sedaris to John Waters and Eli Roth, this odyssey charts one intrepid critic's attempt to maintain a normal family life and two day jobs as he watches hundreds of dreadful tapes and DVDs in every conceivable genre. Foreword by George A. Romero. No pictures.
Harper Collins (2010) 332 p. 13 x 20 cm - Softcover - En Anglais