Classics of the Corn: The Stuff (1985)

A mysterious goo is discovered by a group of miners as it erupts from the earth and floods their mine. One of the men has the bright idea to taste “The Stuff”… and he finds it delicious. Not all of the miners are so sure; one yells “What are you doing, eating snow? I DON’T WANT TO TRY IT, I DON’T EAT SNOW!” The shaving-cream-esque  … Continue reading Classics of the Corn: The Stuff (1985)

Classics of the Corn: The Big Cube (1969)

The Big Cube has been described by Leonard Maltin as “for camp followers only.” The blurb on the back of the Warner Bros. DVD jacket describes the film as “trippy-dippy.” Needless to say, this is a film that I went into with incredibly high expectations of corn. The film follows Adriana Roman (Lana Turner), a retiring actress who has decided to marry a very wealthy … Continue reading Classics of the Corn: The Big Cube (1969)

Classics of the Corn: Macabre (1958)

A note from Lindsey: This is my third time viewing Macabre. I decided to give it another watch in honor of The William Castle blogathon, which I am contributing to every day until August 2, in tribute to one of my absolute favorite directors! “Ladies and gentlemen, for the next hour and fifteen minutes, you will be shown things so terrifying that the management of … Continue reading Classics of the Corn: Macabre (1958)

Classics of the Corn: Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

Welcome to Classics of the Corn, the series in which I share my love for the cheesy goodness that lives in the underbelly of the cinematic realm. Today we’re taking a look at my new favorite piece of corny corny corn, which I loved so much that I decided to post the review only a few days after watching it rather than adding it to … Continue reading Classics of the Corn: Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

Classics of the Corn: Frogs (1972)

“COLD GREEN FLESH against SOFT, WARM SKIN! a CROAK… a SCREAM!” If that tagline isn’t enough to make you want to see Frogs (1972), you must have no appreciation for the wonderful world of good-bad movies. Frogs (1972) is at the top of the heap when it comes to corn, as you’d expect from such a hilariously dramatized marketing slogan. Directed by George McCowan, the … Continue reading Classics of the Corn: Frogs (1972)