Yeah, my roundtable contribution this time around is, shall we say, a marginal example.

 

Cabiria (1914), in which you never can tell which aspect of a movie is going to give rise to a major pop-culture phenomenon…

Evilution (2007), in which we see that when zombies are involved, good old-fashioned overkill might occasionally be better than the more nuanced approaches favored by modern militaries…

100 Monsters (1968), in which a singularly peculiar attempt at gentrification faces a singularly peculiar form of neighborhood activism…

The Shuttered Room (1967), in which David Greene and D. B. Ledrov appropriately treat their “collaboration” with August Derleth about the same way that Derleth treated his “collaborations” with H. P. Lovecraft…

and…

Transatlantic Tunnel (1935), in which some people apparently can’t tell when a job is more than difficult enough already.
 
 
 



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