Category Archives: Yakmala!

Yakmala: Delinquent Daughters

Sometimes it’s fun to play in the hinterlands of exploitation cinema. The kinds of movies that were meant to be featured in cannibal drive-ins in the back roads of Oklahoma, and only the cannibal drive-ins in the back roads of … Continue reading

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Yakmala: Dreamcatcher

No one was ready for Dreamcatcher. This was supposed to be it, finally. The acknowledged master of mass-culture horror teams up with the man behind some of the greatest movies ever made, assembles an interesting cast of not-quite-stars, and gets … Continue reading

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Yakmala: Exterminator City

Exist in the wilderness of terrible cinema for long enough, and you will eventually encounter things like this week’s entry. It is, only in the loosest sense of the term, a film. Sure, it claims to be a movie while … Continue reading

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A Bad Movie Roundup

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!  If you’re anything like me, you love terrible films.  In the bad movie club to which I belong, Yakmala, we’ve watched a lot of truly awful crimes against good taste.  Here are some reviews … Continue reading

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Yakmala: Escape from Galaxy 3

I owe Starcrash an apology. Long time readers will know I reviewed the French Star Wars knockoff way back in 2010. I said some mean things. Some pretty unforgivable things. At the time, I was convinced that was the worst … Continue reading

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Yakmala: Double Down

In the history of my bad movie scholarship, I’ve proposed several unifying theories. Perhaps the most important has been the Insane Foreign Businessman Auteur Theory, in which a wealthy oddball from overseas tries to emulate the movies he loves so … Continue reading

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Yakmala: Yor, the Hunter from the Future

Yor, the Hunter from the Future has been enjoying something of a cult renaissance, which delights me, as I was fortunate enough to catch this one in its original theatrical run back during my larval state in the early ‘80s. … Continue reading

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