Some remember them for the ineffective dialogue, the outlandish or nonexistent plots, the laughable "special" effects, the spooky pseudo-science, or the awkward actors in the funny rubber monster suits.  For others, these films are a beacon to a simpler time where any body part could be detatched and still come back to harass you, ghosts were real, and radiation could make any routine garden pest an elephantine killer. Still for others, some of these films are an interesting exercise in cultural anthropology, giving us rare insight and glimpses into the hopes, fears, and mindset of the time.
The rest of us.. we happy few.. we band of brothers.. just like to watch, laugh, and provide the running commentary.
Whatever your reason, enjoy these tongue-in-cheek reviews with the grain of salt with which they are intended.  

Horror Schlock Reviews

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