Reel Wild Cinema (1994– )

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Sandra Bernhard hosts "Reel Wild Cinema" an exploration into the cheesy and wacky world of "B" Horror Movies. Each episode welcomes a new guest: Director Russ Meyers and his star Tura ... See full summary »

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1996   1994  
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Sandra Bernhard hosts "Reel Wild Cinema" an exploration into the cheesy and wacky world of "B" Horror Movies. Each episode welcomes a new guest: Director Russ Meyers and his star Tura Satana, (from his film "Faster Pussycat, Kill, Kill"), musician Dweezil Zappa, comedian Dana Gould and Robert Jacks (Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre) to name a few. Written by <rjacks5703@aol.com>

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one of the best campy shows ever
15 November 2003 | by (NYC, USA) – See all my reviews

Late Night on Sunday the USA Network would show Sandra B. hosting a series about B-movies, drive-in horror flicks and exploitation films from the 50's and 60's. VERY cool! I think it would last a lot longer if it were brought back today, since there is more of an appreciation for all things "offbeat" and weird. Way back in 1994 (chuckle) I guess there just wasn't a market. But you can still buy the movies from Something Weird Video, which rocks.


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