A gang of teenage delinquents terrorize a small community by stealing cars and stripping them for parts, then selling the parts to a crooked junkyard owner. The police and an insurance company investigator set out to break up the gang.
Arch Hall Jr.,
When overconfident businessman Mitchell Barnes gets a blowout in a quaint sleepy town all seems normal until he asks the community for a helping hand...What Mitchell gets instead is an ... See full summary »
Michael S. Rodriguez
Robert Allen Mukes,
Arch Hall Jr.,
It starts off seriously enough, with three thugs robbing an innocent young woman at night in the city, but then switches to Vin Saxon and Carolyn Brandt doing a goofy Elvis-like rock 'n ... See full summary »
John Carradine narrates five horror tales, each with a comically predictable surprise ending. In the first, "The Witches Clock" (sic), The Farrells have purchased an old mansion in Salem ... See full summary »
David L. Hewitt
Lon Chaney Jr.,
I wonder if John Wayne had to go through this to get his start.
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There are no credits of any kind for the first 8 minutes. Then, during a chase scene we see a roadside sign with the words "Spies A-Go-Go" (apparently the original title). The rest of the credits are listed on small signs in the shape of rabbits. See more »
It's too bad to even be bad, yet is somehow good in a bad way (seriously).
The best place to begin is at the end, after I finished watching "Nasty Rabbit" and as I struggled to put words to the strange opinion I was forming. I blinked repeatedly. I hemmed and, naturally, I hawed. I started to speak but trailed off. Finally, I looked at my friend with whom I had watched and said "That movie was so bad, it was beyond bad-good, but was just plain bad, but that's why it was good." He immediately agreed. I've since put a finer point on our shared sentiment. I think we liked "Nasty Rabbit" because I've never seen any movie in which everything and everyone fails so famously. The one thought that has stuck with me since my memorable viewing is that "it CANNOT POSSIBLY be a real movie." Yet it is, and that is why it is so entertaining. "Nasty Rabbit" is completely unwatchable. It is pointless, stupid, insulting, poorly made, and completely and utterly ridiculous. Yet THAT is exactly why it's fun to watch -- because it's simply impossible to believe that ANYONE ever decided that this movie should be viewed by, well, people. Yet there we were, watching it; watching EVERYONE get knocked unconscious AT LEAST twice; watching the midget spy struggle to escape a trap that (surprise!) he set (the rich irony!); watching the Japanese spy fall out of his tree perch NO LESS than 100 times; watching the Russian spies guzzle bottle after bottle of vodka (those crazy Russians!); watching all of this, and more, and loving every minute of it. "Nasty Rabbit" is the best bad-good-bad movie I've ever seen. Nay, it is the best bad-good-bad ever made, because it can't possibly get any worse-better-worse than this!
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