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B-Movie Cast

Hello and Welcome to the B-Movie Cast website:

The B-Movie Cast is a website podcast and forum devoted all things B-movie and cult move related.

On this website we will talk about B-Movies, Cult moves, Interviews, Art house, Independent, Drive-In, Horror, Biker Euro Trash, DVD, Magazines, Music, Tradeshows, Expos, Italian thrillers, Exploitation, Vintage TV, Gear and Pop Culture”

I’m a monster kid raised in the 50s and 60s. I spent a large amount of time in the big one screen theatres with balconies and beautiful décor. I can remember many Saturdays when my parents would drop off my friends and I and we would spend all day watching the Universal monsters along with all the giant atomic bugs and sci-fi films in a theatre filled with nothing but screaming kids. I can also remember my grandmother taking me to see “Horrors of the Black Museum” and waking up with nightmares! Back then going to the movies was an event.

Over the years I never lost my love for classic horror and sci-fi films. So with that in mind, I thought I would start this podcast and talk about the films I love. Over the years we have built a great community of people from around the globe. Some I have met and found that they are fantastic people.

So I hope you enjoy the podcast!

Vince Rotolo

Nov 29, 2019

On this episode of the B-Movie Cast Mary, Nic and Juan are back and we’re asking a hard-hitting question: What do you get when you cross Native American lore, The 1970s and filmmaker William Girdler? Well it looks like it’s a topless woman shooting lasers out of her hands at the reincarnated spirit of an ancient Native American Shaman who grew from a lump on her back in less than a week… also known as “The Manitou”.  Oh and let’s not forget that Tony Curtis shows up in this one dressed as a discount version of Dumbledore from “Harry Potter”. Yes, “The Manitou” is chock-full of all the goodness you’ve come to love from the filmmaker who brought us “Grizzly”, “Day of the Animals” and the infamous “Exorcist” clone film “Abby”.

So grab a beer, warm up that TV dinner and get ready to enjoy the film that proves Tony Curtis was spending a lot of money on alimony in the 1970s: “The Manitou”.