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Can you believe it’s been two years already? Balladeer’s Blog has been satisfying the world’s appetite for bad movies, neglected mythology, ancient Greek comedies, forgotten television and college sports since June 21st of 2010. Just one of the highlights of that period has been a shoutout from international sex symbol Teddi Barrett (see photo). For more about Teddi click here: https://glitternight.com/2012/05/20/world-famous-sex-symbol-teddi-barrett-loves-balladeers-blog/
During last year’s college football season (October 8th to be precise) I reached my highest single- day hit total with 12,577 visits. My most popular individual bad movie review of this 2nd year on the web was Continue reading
Let’s try this again. I understand strong feelings regarding my statements about religion and violence in my review of the 1991 bad movie Ghost Busting, but I’m not going to okay comments that are either threatening or that consist of nothing but obscenities. I’ll give nutjobs one final chance to express articulate, civil disagreement. Here again is that controversial review. Play nicely and we can all have fun arguing.
GHOST BUSTING (1991) – Category – More weird than bad, but butt-kickingly weird I first saw this little honey more than a decade ago, but it’s pretty much timeless. It comes to us from Hong Kong, the land of killer fetus movies plus films with such Continue reading
“Can somebody show me how to play this?”
GHOST BUSTING (1991) – Category – More weird than bad, but butt-kickingly weird I first saw this little honey more than a decade ago, but it’s pretty much timeless. It comes to us from Hong Kong, the land of killer fetus movies plus films with such extreme violence and sexual content that many of their movies can’t even be shown on PAY CABLE in the U.S.
Ghost Busting doesn’t pack anywhere near that kind of punch, but it sets up housekeeping in your head because of its sheer weirdness. Wong Jing, Hong Kong’s answer to America’s William “One Shot” Beaudine and Italy’s Miles Deem, directed this film, so my fellow bad movie geeks know what to expect. The story involves a Continue reading