After years of steadily declining rosters of movies I hadn’t yet covered, the B-Fest organizers went all-out for the 2012 lineup, forcing me to do the same:

 

Avenging Disco Godfather (1979), in which Rudy Ray Moore puts his weight on it and attacks the wack…

Death Bed: The Bed that Eats (1977), which some how both is and is not exactly what it says on the package…

The Galaxy Invader (1985), in which Baltimore’s other B-movie luminary makes yet another cheap-ass “monster wanders through the woods” flick…

Guru the Mad Monk (1970), in which having access to professional-grade equipment for the first time in his life paradoxically leads Andy Milligan to plumb new depths of amateurism…

Mutant Hunt (1986), in which the “mutants” are actually cyborgs, and “hunting” apparently means waiting around for them to find you…

Stunt Rock (1978), which has both stunts and rock in abundance, but is rather lacking in most other ingredients of movies as you and I understand them…

Tarkan vs. the Vikings (1971), in which the greatest warrior among the Huns declares a one-man war on the Norsemen to avenge his slain dog…

To Catch a Yeti (1995), in which Meat Loaf, of all people, is commissioned to hunt down the abominable snowman by the Canadian non-union equivalent of the Addams Family…

and…

Werewolf in a Girls’ Dormitory (1961), which might as well be a German Edgar Wallace movie, except that it has a crummy wolf man instead of a guy in a hooded black cloak.
 
 
 



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