Spawn of the Slithis

Slithis B Movie

Year: 1978Rated: PGRelase Date: 21 Jul 1978Country of Origin: USARuntime: 86 minDirector: Stephen TraxlerWriter: Stephen TraxlerStarring: Alan Blanchard, Judy Motulsky, J.C. Claire, Dennis FaltIMDb Rating: 3.1 (518 votes)Rotten Tomatoes Rating: N/A A nuclear leak creates a mutant Slithis sea monster, which terrorizes the variety of pets, winos, and hippies who hang around Venice, California.

I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle

Vampire Motorcycle

Year: 1990Rated: NOT RATEDRelease Date: N/ACountry of Origin: UKRuntime: 101 minDirector: Dirk CampbellWriter: Mycal Miller, John WolskelStarring: Neil Morrissey, Amanda Noar, Michael Elphick, Anthony DanielsIMDb Rating: 5.5 (618 votes)Rotten Tomatoes Rating: N/A When a motorbike gang kills an occultist, the evil spirit he was summoning inhabits a damaged bike. The bike is then bought and restored, but reveals its true nature when it tries to exact vengance on the gang, and anyone else who gets in its way.

Review of Birdemic: Shock and Terror

There’s a movie out there who’s visual effects not only left me speechless, but the story was so exciting it had me on the edge of my seat.  I’ll bet you think I’m talking about Guardians of the Galaxy or Captain America, aren’t you? Well, my friend, I’m sorry to say you’re wrong. I’m here to talk about the greatest B-Movie ever made, Birdemic: Shock and Terror. Or as I like to call it, Schlock and Error. If you visited RailingKill before, you know that I am a fan of bad movies. I don’t know what personality flaw or brain … Continue reading

Meeting Tommy Wiseau from The Room

The Room Tommy Wiseau You're tearing me apart, Lisa

For fans of B-Movies, you know it doesn’t get much better than The Room by Tommy Wiseau. There are few films harder to watch (like Birdemic or Avatar), and even fewer that are more fun to riff or have more memorable lines. You do have to give it up for Tommy, though. At least he had the balls to do what few of us would even try, and that is to finance, write, film, and star in your own movie. Grognard’s always watch a bad movie and think, “I could do better.” Well, independent people like Tommy, Neil Breen, John DeHart, … Continue reading