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If a category is listed as "Optional", it does not need to be
filled to "complete" the checklist. There are 10 free spots you may apply to non-Optional categories.
As with other checklists, titles can count for multiple categories.

Some of these categories are so obscure we're giving 10 free spots of your choosing to fill in the list.

Watch one film from every decade of film history.
* 1890 - (insert film title here)(Optional)
* 1900 -(optional)
* 1910 -(optional)
* 1920 -(optional)
* 1930 -
* 1940 -
* 1950 -
* 1960 -
* 1970 -
* 1980 -
* 1990 -
* 2000 -
* 2010 -
* 2020 -
Watch a film for each rating:
* G - (optional)
* PG - (optional)
* PG-13 - (optional)
* R - (optional)
* X (or NC-17) - (optional)
* Unrated (post-MPAA 1968) - (optional)


Watch a film in an actual Drive-in. (optional) (insert title)

Watch a film in the following genres:

Italian (or European) films of the following Genres:
* Giallo/Krimi
* Sword & Sandal
* Spaghetti Western
* Cannibal Film
Martial Arts film:
* Bruce Lee-sploitation (Starring any variation on Bruce Li, Le, etc.)
* Hong Kong (or other Asian) film
* American film
* Any "Ninja" film
* Bonus* Actual Bruce Lee film
Asian Action Film
Biker Film
Stoner Film
Carsploitation Film
FADsploitation
Blaxploitation
Sexploitation:
* Any type
* Nudie Cutie
* Roughie
* 70s Porn (film)
* Emmanuelle Film
* Teen Sex Comedy
Nunsploitation
Shocksploitation
Rape/Revenge Film
Vigilante Film
Women in Prison
Nazisploitation
Eschploitation (religious end times, or general religious exploitation)
Hixploitation/Moonshiners
Roadshow Exploitation/30s-40s "Cautionary" films
Juvenile Delinquent Film
60s Beach Movie
Film starring Musical Group or Music Star (that did not become a legit actor)
* *Bonus* Elvis film
Ozploitation
Canuxploitation
Mexican Wrestling Film
Foreign "Ripoff" film (such as Turkish cinema)
Eco-Terror Film
Pre-90s Post-Apocalyptic film
Plague-sploitation
Mockbuster
"Mondo" Film
Documentary ABOUT Exploitation/Drive-ins or those involved in their production
Video Nasty
Critical Bomb (Less than 20% Rotten Tomatoes or Metacritic or IMDB Bottom 100 {Bottom 100 archive})
Financial Bomb
Razzie Winner or Nominee
MST3K/RiffTrax (or Cinematic Titanic) version of a film
Trailer Compilation (feature length)
LGBTQ film
Watch 3 Paycheck films, A.K.A. Nick Cage/Bruce Willis memorial. Films with once respected actors fallen on hard times.
* 1
* 2
* 3

Watch 10 films starring anyone from the actors safe list.
* 1
* 2
* 3
* 4
* 5
* 6
* 7
* 8
* 9
* 10

Watch 10 films Directed/Produced by anyone from the directors/producers safe list.
* 1
* 2
* 3
* 4
* 5
* 6
* 7
* 8
* 9
* 10
Watch 5 films from those in the Studio/Distributor safe list.
* 1
* 2
* 3
* 4
* 5

Box Set tributes. Watch films from a box set compilation of a filmmaker (star or director). Watch at least 3 from a box set. Can combine box sets to get the full 10.
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
*9
*10

Safe Lists
The following lists are Automatic Safe lists. They are not definitive and there might be exceptions therein, especially concerning Distributors. Generally, the presence of those on the lists in an actual creative capacity (that is, more than just a cameo or bit part. For instance, Bruce Campbell appearing in Spider-Man does not make Spider-Man safe) is enough to make a film safe. Got more? Post them and I'll update the list. Obviously, films not including these participants are safe, too. Update: I added several new names to the actors list. Some of these actors appeared in actual big budget Hollywood fare, but most of their career was in B-Movies, then obviously discard the Big Hollywood movies and just watch the B's (For example, William Shatner. Ignore Star Trek movies but anything else is fair game. Or Patrick Swazye. Ghost is probably not right, but most of his other films were B-Movies).

Automatic Safe list:

Lists


Directors/Producers:

Code:
Al Adamson

Albert Pyun

Alan Arkush

Alejandro Jodorowsky

Andrea Bianchi

Andreas Schnaas

Andy Milligan

Andy Sidaris

Antonio Margheriti

Barry Mahon

Bill Rebane

Brian Yuzna

Bruno Mattei

Carl Monson

Charles Band

Cirio H. Santiago

Danny Steinman

Dario Argento

David A. Prior

David E. Durston

David F. Friedman

David L. Hewitt

David Lynch

Don Coscarelli

Don Dohler

Don Edmonds

Doris Wishman

Dwain Esper

Eddie Romero

Edward D. Wood, Jr.

Eli Roth

Enzo G. Castellari

Frank Henenlotter

Fred F. Sears

Fred Olen Ray

George A. Romero

George Weiss

Giovanni "Tinto" Brass

Godfrey Ho

Greydon Clark

Harry Novak

Herschell Gordon Lewis

Ishirô Honda

Jack Hill

Jack Smith

Jamaa Fanaka

Jean Rollin

Jeff Lieberman

Jerry Warren

Jess Franco

Jim Wynorski

Joe D'Amato

Joe Sarno

John Carpenter

John Waters

José Mojica Marins (Coffin Joe)

José Ramón Larraz

Joseph Merhi

Juan Piquer Simón

Kenneth Anger

Kinji Fukasaku

Larry Cohen

Lars von Trier

Lindsay Shonteff

Lloyd Kaufman

Lucio Fulci

M. Night Shyamalan

Mario Bava

Melvin Van Peebles

Menahem Golan

Michael and Roberta Findlay

Nico Mastorakis

Norman J Warren

Olaf Ittenbach

Paul Bartel

Paul Morrissey

Quentin Tarantino

Radley Metzger

Ralph Bakshi

Ray Dennis Steckler

Richard Gabai

Richard Rush

Rob Zombie

Robert Rodriguez

Roger Corman

Roger Watkins

Ron Ormond

Ruggero Deodato

Russ Meyer

Samuel Z. Arkoff

Samuel Fuller

Sam Katzman

Sean Weathers

Seijun Suzuki

Sergio Corbucci

Sergio Leone

Shaw Brothers

Stephen Apostolof

Stuart Gordon

Takashi Miike

Ted V. Mikels

Tobe Hooper

Umberto Lenzi

Uwe Boll

Wes Craven

William "One Shot" Beaudine

William Castle

William Girdler

William Grefe

William Lustig

Walerian Borowczyk

Yoram Globus

Zebedy Colt



Actors:

Code:
Adam West

Alan Steel

Allison Hayes

Angelo Rossitto

Annie Belle

Arch Hall Jr

Audie Murphy

Barbara Steele

Bela Lugosi

Beverly Garland

Bill Goldberg

Billy Blanks

Blue Demon

Boris Karloff

Brinke Stevens

Bruce Campbell

Bruce Dern

Bruce Lee (Le, Li, etc.)

Buck Flower

Bud Spencer

Cameron Mitchell

Candice Rialson

Casper Van Dien

Chelo Alonso

Cheryl "Rainbeaux" Smith

Christina Lindberg

Christopher Lee (except his newer films)

Chuck Conners

Chuck Norris

Clint Howard (except his brother's films)

Corey Feldman

Corey Haim

Cynthia Rothrock

Charles Bronson

Claudia Jennings

Daniel Bernhardt

David Bradley

David Carradine

David Hess

Dennis Hopper (ex: Speed)

Dick Miller

Divine

Dolores Fuller

Dolph Lundgren

Don “The Dragon” Wilson

Don Johnson

Dona Speir

Donald Pleasence

Doug McClure

D'Urville Martin

Dyanne Thorne

Eddie Deezen

Eddie Parker

Eduardo Cianelli

Edwige Fenech

Elisha Cook Jr

Elizabeth Russell

Ernest Borgnine

Faith Domergue

Fred Williamson

Gary Daniels

Geofrrey Lewis

George Kennedy

George Zucco

Gordon Scott

Harry Reems

Harvey Lembeck

Hulk Hogan

J. Carrol Naish

Jack Elam

Jack Nicholson (pre-1975)

Jack Palance

Jackie Coogan

James Arness

James Karen

Jan-Michael Vincent

Jason Statham

Jayne Mainsfield

Jean-Claude van Damme

Jeff Conaway

Jeff Speakman

Jeff Wincott

Jeffery Combs

Jim Brown

Jim "The Dragon" Kelly

Joan Crawford

Joe Don Baker

Joe Spinell

John Agar

John Bloom

John Carradine

John Saxon

Karin Schubert

Klaus Kinski

Lana Clarkson

Laura Gemser

Lee Van Cleef

Lili Carati

Lina Romay

Linda Blair

Linnea Quigley

Lionel Atwill

Lon Chaney Jr

Lorenzo Lamas

Lou Ferrigno

Mädchen Amick

Maila Nurmi

Mamie Van Doren

Mantan Mooreland

Maria Ford

Maria Ouspenskaya

Mariangela Giordano 

Marjoe Gortner

Martin Kosleck

Mary Mendum (aka Rebecca Brooke)

Mary Woronov

Maureen O'Sullivan

Michael Berryman

Michael Dudikoff

Micheal Gough

Micheal Ironside

Michelle Bauer

Misty Mundae

Olivia Pascal

Olivier Gruner

Paola Senatore

Pam Grier

Patrick Swayze

Peter Cushing

Peter Graves

Peter Lorre

Phil Fondacaro

Pierre Kirby

PJ Soles

Randolph Scott

Reiko Ike

Rena Riffel

Richard Carlson

Richard Harrison

Richard Johnson

Richard Norton

Richard Roundtree

Robert Vaughn

Robert Z'dar

Roddy McDowall

Roddy Piper

Roger Watkins

Rondo Hatton

Rudy Ray Moore

Russ Tamblyn

Santo

Shannon Tweed

Shannon Whirry

Shô Kosugi

Sid Haig

Simon Oakland

Soledad Miranda

Sonny Chiba

Steve Railsback

Steve Reeves

Steven Seagal

Sybil Danning

Sylvia Kristel

Ted Prior

Terrence Hill

The Amazing Criswell

Tom Atkins

Tor Johnson

Traci Lords

Tura Santana

Udo Kier

Uschi Digard 

Vanity

Victor Buono

Vincent Price

Virginia Leith

Warren Oates

Whit Bissell

William Shatner (except Star Trek)

William Smith

Zoe Trilling


Distributors/Studios:


Code:
Academy 

Adness 

Alpha Blue 

American International Pictures (A.I.P.)

Amicus

Artsmagic

Asia Pulp Cinema 

Bci / Eclipse

Blue Underground

Boxoffice International Pictures

Cannon Films

list Red 

Concorde-New Horizons

Critical Mass

Crown International Pictures

Cult Epics 

Dark Sky Films

Discotek 

Fantoma 

Full Moon

Grindhouse Releasings 

Hammer Film Productions

Hong Kong Legends 

Imperial 

Independent International Pictures

Mill Creek Entertainment

Mondo Macabro 

Monogram

MPI 

New Concorde

New World

No Shame

Panik House

PRC

Redemption 

Retro Seduction Cinema

Seduction Cinema

Severin Films 

Shout Factory

Shriek Show 

Something Weird Video

Sub Rosa 

Sunn Classic Pictures

Synapse

The Asylum

Toe Tag Pictures (August Underground)

Toei

Tokyo Shock 

Troma Entertainment

Unearthed

VCI 

Vinegar Syndrome

WWE Studios


(Some more theatrical ones, with samples of their output)


Code:
After Dark Films
(The Abandoned, Captivity, Frontier(s))

Audubon Films (I a Woman, The Lickerish Quartet, Therese and Isabelle)

Bryanston Distributing (Coonskin, Deep Throat, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre)

Cambist Films (Anita, The Crazies, Ilsa)

Chancellor Films (Confessions of a Psycho Cat. The Diary of Knockers McCalla, Submission)

Commonwealth United (99 Women, The Blood of Fu Manchu , The Girl Who Knew Too Much)

Dimension Pictures (Boss N----r, Dolemite, Gator Bait)

Empire Pictures (Creepozoids, Re-Animator, Troll)

Eve Productions (Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, Mondo Topless, Vixen!)

Film Ventures International (Anthropophagus, Ator the Invincible, Pieces)

The Filmgroup (Creature from the Haunted Sea, Little Shop of Horrors, The Wasp Woman)

Greycat Films (The Dark Backward, Henry - Portrait of a Serial Killer, Meet the Feebles)

Grove Press (I am Curious, Mr. Freedom, Week End)

J.E.R. Pictures(Diary of a Nudist, The Ghastly Ones, Nude on the Moon)

Jack H Harris Enterprises (Dark Star, Equinox, Schlock)

Joseph Brenner Associates (Cuban Rebel Girls, Deep River Savages, Shock Waves)

MPM (Invasion of the Bee Girls, Virus, Savage Streets)

Magnet Releasing (Chocolate, Let the Right One In, Ong Bak 2)

Maron Films (Godzilla - Monster Zero, Godzilla's Revenge, War of the Gargantuas)

Millimeter Films (Hardware, The Return of the Swamp Thing, Stepfather II)

Sherpix (Pink Narcissus, Punishment Park, The Stewardesses)

Trans American Films (The Cycle Savages, Salon Kitty, Shivers)

Trans World Entertainment (The Curse, Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Maniac Cop)

UFDC (1990 - The Bronx Warriors, Dawn of the Dead, Sleepaway Camp)

World Northal
(The 36th Chamber of Shaolin, The Children, Slaughter in San Francisco)
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15th Annual Drive-in/Exploitation/B-Movie Challenge April 1-30, 2024

Old 04-01-24, 08:43 PM
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Re: 15th Annual Drive-in/Exploitation/B-Movie Challenge April 1-30, 2024

I've avoided this challenge for several years because B-movies are my primary area of interest here, and it can be a little hard to figure out what qualifies as a B-movie after the end of the studio system (I consider at least one viewing in a prior challenge kind of embarrassing in this respect). Almost all non-US movies have had B-movie (or less) budgets by US standards throughout film history. However, I have enough that I want to watch now that qualifies, so I'll figure it out.

Sorry for your loss caligulathegod. I don't see the few people that I know who have a similar film interest to mine that often since Covid, but sharing this with my now adult children is important to me, so I get it.

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Originally Posted by ororama
I've avoided this challenge for several years because B-movies are my primary area of interest here, and it can be a little hard to figure out what qualifies as a B-movie after the end of the studio system (I consider at least one viewing in a prior challenge kind of embarrassing in this respect). Almost all non-US movies have had B-movie (or less) budgets by US standards throughout film history. However, I have enough that I want to watch now that qualifies, so I'll figure it out.

Sorry for your loss caligulathegod. I don't see the few people that I know who have a similar film interest to mine that often since Covid, but sharing this with my now adult children is important to me, so I get it.

Thank you.

After 15 years, I really don't have the energy to dispute any film. My attitude toward B-Movies is if you understand the concept then have at it. There's no specific line. "Brian Taves estimates that half of the films produced by the eight majors in the 1930s were B movies. Calculating in the three hundred or so films made annually by the many Poverty Row firms, approximately 75 percent of Hollywood movies from the decade, more than four thousand pictures, are classifiable as Bs"
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Re: 15th Annual Drive-in/Exploitation/B-Movie Challenge April 1-30, 2024

Originally Posted by Darkgod
I was on a torrent sight and saw screenshots for some creepy looking old lady killer movie. For some reason, creepy old ladies really work for me, and creep me out. Anyway, it was a 1313 film, but I had no clue what it was. I downloaded and watched and was wondering why there were no women outside the creepy old lady in the mansion... then the shower scene happened... and it was just your average soft core soapy scene, except the young sorority sister was replaced by a chiseled, fraternety jock. I paused the movie and looked it up, and thats when I learned about1313 films. I finished the film, more so cause it still had a creepy element, and not to mention how many times ive seen the reverse, and my gay friends never complained to me. Doing my research, I did see that that film which was 1313: night of the widow, isn't as obvious as others... just seeing a trailer of guys walking around in tighty whities for other films would probably of had me realize sooner.
I've never watched an entire 1313 movie. I stumbled onto one (I think it was Haunted Frat) over a decade ago while trying to find a queer horror movie and made it through 20ish perplexing minutes before moving on to something else. They feel like a throwback to a time before porn was readily available.

My challenge started off rocky. I watched Xanadu and Nudist Life on Sunday night. The former is a fever dream of a movie that kinda bored me. I understand why it's undergoing a reappraisal and I can see myself watching some of the musical numbers, but the main character and the slapdash story kept me from fully engaging. The latter is the worst of the the nudist movies I've watched. I suspect that the filmmakers didn't have enough footage to hit the runtime they wanted so the padded things out with stock footage and a rambling narrative "thesis".

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Last night I was watching Kiss Kiss...Bang Bang (1966), the first movie with that title, I think, when, during the caper sequence, one of the television screens in the guard room showed a few seconds of an animation. I knew I had seen it or at least heard of it. I kinda confabulated it Lemonade Joe (1964) initially, so I searched for Czech animated films first, then went, duh, Italian movie and found Bozzetto's West and Soda (1965) shortly. As far as I can tell one of the companies that produced Kiss Kiss...Bang Bang distributed West and Soda. An early example of "corporate synergy"...

Think I'll revisit West and Soda for the Animation Challenge.
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My investigations for my previous post have led me to an 80's comedy/fantasy I haven't seen or heard of and there are so few good 80's comedy/fantasies that I haven't seen.. So, I've indulged (bit of a splurge, really). The movie poster practically bashes you in the head with its Eighty-ness.
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I watched Back Home (2023), a Chinese film staffing a K-pop singer so heavily 'influenced' by other films it was awful and amazing at the same time. Plots twists made sense only because they were ripped off from other better films but it ended up playing out like a surreal dark comedy (almost a most serious version of Scary Movie with obvious riffs on other films).
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Suggests and gives a taste of many movies suitable for the Challenge.

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To prepare for First Omen I dug up Chuck Norris' Hellbound; now no matter what FO won't be the most awful talky demonic film Ive seen this week (but I have high hopes based on the epic FO trailer). Prosatanos says "welcome to hell.'
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I just watched Sextette, Mae West's final film made when she was 84, and what a bizarre spectacle it is! West plays Marlo Manners, the worldf's #1 screen siren, who is assigned to seduce her Russian ex-husband, played by Tony Curtis, for the US government. Sextette falls squarely in the So Bad It's Good category. The cast includes Dom DeLuise and Timothy Dalton, with cameos by Ringo Starr, Alice Cooper, Keith Moon, George Hamilton, and, of course, a bevy of bodybuilders. You have to wonder how any of these performers agreed to be in this bizarre piece of hagsploitation.

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Every time I see modern day Madonna, it makes me think of this. She's definitely at the Sextette time of her career.
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While channel surfing this afternoon, I found a movie that I never would see on regular tv. Maybe because it was on MGM+ Drive In, but Battle Royale was on this afternoon. I’ve long been a fan of the Japanese gore sub genre, and was familiar with this movie through print. First having seen it listed in a Japanese movie catalog I once ordered, but had never seen it before. I can definitely say that that was a bucket list movie now checked off.
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Popped in the Cauldron Bluray of Beyond Terror. That was fun. It's the most despicable leads in a movie.. and their dialog is so Trashy.
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A few days ago while listening to a GI Joe podcast on Spotify, I discovered that GI Joe: The Movie was eligible for this challenge. Due to the negative publicity that Hasbro gained by killing off Optimus Prime in Transformers: The Movie ​​​​​​, GI Joe wasn’t even released in theaters and instead went straight to video. I also remembered that it was available on YouTube, I believe probably on Hasbro’s official channel.
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Don't forget tonight is The Last Drive In.. no matter what is shown, it counts... since the foremost expert in drive in cinema is picking it. 😀
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