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Charcoal Black (1972)

PG  |   |  Action, Adventure, Drama  |  1974 (USA)
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The worst movie there ever was, and will be. Fascinating.
26 August 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This movie is the absolute worst film that has ever been created...

The fact that multiple imdbeeps give this monstrosity a 10 rating has perturbed me to no end... I get that they are orchestrating this as a tongue-in-cheek act, rating a bad movie high is always fun! Or so they....imagine.

Comedy is great in most ever situation.... except with regard to reviewing this flick. Even the slightest amount of humor is inappropriate, trust me.

Why the hate? While most "bad" movies (ie Manos) have some redeeming comedy factor, this one has none. Checking out the VHS box is the best way to enjoy this movie...

Notes:

1: White director/writer/producer stars AS BLACK SLAVE, (aka Albino N$&@#% in the film) All actual black characters do not question this, regardless of his obviously Caucasian features

2: My VHS cover from Walmart has Snidely Whiplash attacking a slave with hedge pruners. BOTH ACTORS ARE NOT IN THE FILM.

3. 6+ times there are shots of the 2 guys walking slowly through swamps (for up to 5 minutes)

4. Main villain is Lurch from the original Adams Family show. ??

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