Welcome to Bad Movie – Bad Review, the home of all painfully terrible and horrendously pointless films that have no business being watched by anyone, let alone reviewed by us. But that is precisely what we do here at BMBR. We watch and review obscure and painful wastes of time, to spare you from having to.
As well as reviews, videos, and interviews, we also document the feverish collecting of what will one day become a vast tome of profoundly shit DVD’s and VHS tapes, that quite possibly are an enormous waste of money and shelving.
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It is time to proudly announce the launch of a new collaberative YouTube channel called The B to Z Movie Show; a movie review show dedicated to reviewing the best/worst b-movies in existance. Partnering up with myself is my good buddy Ansch, from the wonderful YouTube channel Jovo Anschluss, to bring you druken movie-watching shenanigans […]
In the latest episode of Bad Movie – Bad Review Interviews, we sit down with Jim Martin, the co-wriiter and star of the wonderfully hilarious Another Yeti A Love Story; Life on the Streets, for a discussion of his work as a writer, producer and actor, and how the instant Troma Films classic came into […]
The Collection: A series that details the new DVD additions to an already crowded spare room filled to the brim with b-movies, crap films, and a weird smell. This week sees a variety of questionable new additions to the collection, including ruffians, more children’s films for when you hate your children, and even more Danny […]
As promised with the last part of my Bad Movies 2019 Retrospective, we now begin with a monthly breakdown of the best, worst, and everything in between, of all the Bad Movies I put myself through, with today’s edition being of course for January. Unlike before, I will not just look at the number one […]
It’s time for the last part of our retrospective on the year 2019. This time we’ll look a bit at statistics, at my actual best, worst, oddest and most disappointing, what 2019 movies I actually hated and liked, and lastly what the plans for 2020 are. Part one of the Bad Movies 2019 Retrospective can […]
It’s time for part 4 of my Bad Movies 2019 retrospective! This time we will look at the last months of the year. While October is my go-to horror month, December is built up around Christmas movies and that really bit me in the ass, but more about that in a bit. Part one of […]
Before we start with part 3 of the retrospective, please let allow me to apologise for the delay. I should have posted this last week, but with Christmas, my birthday (Defector Edit: Happy Birthday!) and the new year upon us, I just couldn’t make it. This was made even more difficult thanks to the last […]
It’s that time of the week again. Time for us to look at some of the over 1000 Bad Movies that I had the misfortune of watching during 2019. This time we’ll look at the months April to June. If you haven’t read the first part of the Bad Movies 2019 Retrospective yet, just click […]
Welcome to a very special Christmas episode of The Collection, a series that details the new DVD additions to an already crowded spare room filled to the brim with b-movies, crap films, and a weird smell. In this festive-themed episode we take a close look at six Christmas films and DVD’s that have been specially […]
The year 2019 is nearing its end and I’ve been thinking about writing a retrospect for quite some time. My big plan for this year was born from a stupid post on /r/movies. Someone posted happily that he wanted to watch one movie for every day of the year, but instead got to an average […]
This week sees a variety of questionable new additions to the collection, including cops of assorted disposition, childrens films for when you hate your children, and Danny Dyer. Amazing! If you notice anything in this episode that you feel might warrant further exploration then feel free to leave a comment. As ever, please consider liking/subscribing/sharing […]
In this episode of The Collection we plumb the depths of a couple of local charity shops to see what rubbish looking DVDs can highlight just how much I shouldn’t have bothered. While I feel snug and warm knowing that I have spent hard cash on a variety of well respected charitable causes, I also […]
We get a more up close and personal look at the latest additions to The Collection today, as multiple new films ranging from the moderately awesome to the massively awful make their way on to the most rickety shelving ever made. As ever, if you see anything that you would like to warn me of […]
In this episode of Bad Movie Bad Review, we take a look at one of the more questionable and unintentionally dreadful Dolph Lundgren films, the unmissable Sweepers. Dolph Lundgren may well be a hero to many, and just a damn awesome person in general, but there can be no denying that he has appeared in […]
More new DVD’s have found their way into my hastily constructed library of bad and b-movies, including a personal favourite of mine, the unforgettable ‘Shark Exorcist’. A film I have watched more than enough times to make me wish I had a gym membership and a social life instead of an addiction to this kind […]
Today we have yet more additions to the steadily metastasizing growth that is the BMBR bad movies/b-movies DVD collection, this time including a film from whom I am fairly sure I will one day acknowledge as being my nemesis: Danny Dyer. I already own far too many of that shit bag’s films, and each time […]