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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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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Rendering Junk Useful
29 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

WHEN WE WONDER what to do with that which is no longer useful, popular or salable, we only have to think of a use that is anything above that of complete waste. It has been said that "One Man's Junk Is Another Man's Treasure." There is a place for everything and everything in its place.

SO IT MUST have occurred one day that there was a wealth of Grade "Z" movies out there, just gathering dust and slowly decomposing.What could be done with them? There had always been a market for such inexpensively made (just plain "Cheap") fare. We had probably a couple of thousand or so Drive-Ins in the USA circa 1960. These outlets craved those previously mentioned productions from what could be called "Ultra-Poverty Row" studios.

BUT THE SITUATION morphed rather quickly as competition fro Cable TV proliferated and as of this writing, Drive-Ins are a definite "Endangered Species" with their number down to 357. Still, a lot of residue in he name of such companies as American-International, Sun International and Schlock Pictures*remind.

THEN IT HAPPENED! One day, some rather enterprising young men thought of doing a syndicated show which would at one time serve two widely disparate functions. One would serve to familiarize younger generations with such vanished tidbits of Americana. Secondly and the truer main purpose is that it was a chance to make some $$$$.

WE RECALL VIEWING this on some cable channel and we did enjoy it. We even looked for it, in spite of its Hostess being Sandra Barnhardt; whose mission in life seems to be as obnoxious and repulsive as she can be.

OH WELL, PERHAPS we're being too harsh on you, Sandra. Both Schultz and I enjoyed the show and the "films: that you showcased. Thanx for that anyway!

OH WAIT JUST a minute. Schultz says he likes you and wishes you'd do more episodes! Well, to each his own!


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