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Bikini Drive In
1 hour ago via Flixster

Fred Olen Ray is known for his low budget flicks featuring pretty girls in various stages of undress, and this is no exception. A young woman inherits a drive-in and decides that showing a flick and serving popcorn in a bikini with her pals is the best way to save a dying industry, and the film tells us that it pays off in a big way, which is at the same time both charmingly naive and silly as hell, because why would anyone turn up in droves to buy popcorn just because there's cleavage involved?

I mean, porn exists, y'know?

At any rate, it's a fun time-waster and I would say give it a look if it sounds like your thing, eh?

Drive-In (1976)
1 hour ago via Flixster

This was a blind buy from the Warner Archives folks, and I have to say that I really dug the slice of life small town Texas setting, as it gave me a look at an era that I was barely born into, but have a strange nostalgia for.

Good stuff!

Give it a look if you can track it down.

American Drive-In
1 hour ago via Flixster

Okay, so this is a pretty corny flick and the tone is all over the place, but I enjoyed this low-budget piece of junk set in a drive-in over the course of a single evening. I mean, don't get me wrong, what starts out as a comedy of people coming to the drive-in eventually has an attempted rape scene and a savage beating, but overall I dug it, if only because it's such a strange tonal shift for no real reason.


Fight Club
Fight Club (1999)
1 hour ago via Flixster

Gave this one a re-watch awhile back, just because it was on cable and I got fished in...

Would it be fucked up to call this a comfort movie? Because it's definitely one I've seen dozens of times and will put on for background noise just because it's familiar and can be ignored.

By the same token though, I really enjoy everything about the film, from the story itself, to the look and feel of the film and the overall message behind it.

Highly recommended.

CB4 (1993)
1 hour ago via Flixster

This parody of gangsta rap was something that I remembered fondly from the VHS days, and I gave it a spin recently to confirm that it held up pretty well. The various rap parodies peppered throughout the film are amusing and over the top, and Chris Rock always cracks me up.

Worth a look if you haven't had the chance, give it a rental.