By Amy Awesome – November 8, 2017 04:37 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 LIVE, BRAINS! You all remember Tarman, right? Tarman, the infamous trioxin canister-zombie with melted muscles from The Return Of The Living Dead, is one of the most famous B-Horror movie zombies around. Speaking of B-horror films, let’s agree that not all of them are bad because they do hold a special place in our hearts. No matter how horrible they are, they still give us what we want – plenty of bloody gore, silly action, and ridiculous storylines. Even the worst horror movies ever made like Plan 9 From Outer Space (1958) from prolific director Ed Wood or Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead (2006) offer up a few good laughs. In fact, the most celebrated horror movies are now cult classics with solid fandoms that started out as complete box office bombs. Campy, cheesy, cut-rate – call them what you want, but maybe we just love bad movies! If we included every B-horror movie on this list that was worth watching, this list would never end. So, we picked out a few special gems that you may or may not have seen. Please note, due… Read full this story
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