Top 5 Favorite B-Rated Horror Movies

Horror is one of the very few genres of movies that can encompass almost all other genres. While some horror movies are a classic in their own right, there are thousands of cheesy horror movies that I just can’t get enough of. Today, I’ll be listing my top 5 favorite B-Horror rated movies. If you don’t know what a B-rated horror movie is, it is horror movies that are straight to DVD, that are so bad its good, and leaves you laughing more than frightened. A few examples are: Sharknado, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, and other funny-scary movies such as these.

Now, this list is just my opinion, so if you have other favorites, feel free to let me know!

#5 – Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988).

I absolutely adore this movie! I fell in love with it when I was around ten years old. I was spending the night with one of my friends and we ended up watching it. I personally have never been afraid of clowns so I knew going into this movie that it wouldn’t be scary to me. If you love aliens, clowns, people being killed by cotton candy, then you’ll love this flick!

#4 – Slither (2006).

I remember seeing this movie my freshman year of high school in theater. At first watch, I was super confused and didn’t like it. When I re-watched it a few years ago, I regretted my earlier sentiment. This movie is balls-to-the-wall funny, crazy, and just an all around good time.

#3 – My Name Is Bruce (2007).

This movie is very groovy. I will watch anything Bruce Campbell makes, no matter how stupid it is. I fell in love with Bruce when I watched Evil Dead (1981). Yes, that’s technically a B-rated horror movie as well but I am focusing on funny-stupid movies for this list. If you love Evil Dead, Bruce Campbell, or neither, it doesn’t matter. you’ll love this movie.

#2 – Leprechaun in the Hood (2000).

It’s sassy, gangster, and fantastic. If you love any Leprechaun, Jason, Freddy, or any other “classic” horror movies that have so many sequels that you can’t keep up, I’d start with this one. This is my favorite of the entire series. After you watch it, trust me, it’ll be yours too.

#1 – Thankskilling (2009).

If you thought that Thanksgiving (American) was a safe time of year, think again! A turkey has decided it is tired of its fellow turkey’s getting slaughtered and takes matters into it’s own hands. Or, should I say, wings. This movie if so stupid, its great. It is my go-to Thanksgiving movie and I watch it every year to bring in the holiday season.

Thanks for reading, guys! Please let me know your favorite B-rated horror movie. Let’s get a discussion going.

Until next time, stay scared.

Kenzie

NGHW Competition is Getting Close & Random Ramblings

#NGHW #horroraddicts Random Ramblings and Fangirling over #horrorwriters #amwriting

Hello there my horror fiends,

As you all know, I write for http://www.horroraddicts.net as a game reviewer but recently I have had the privilege writing the news for the Next Great Horror Writer competition and man, is it intense! I implore you to go over there and read up on the contestants and get involved. It is a great way to not only support up and coming horror writers, but also supporting the indie publishing industry.

This weeks competition was one of my favorites. The competition was centered around the contestants writing an audio-drama and having the Horror Addicts team act it out. The audio-dramas were pretty scary, with some even being funny. These competitors sure do have a knack for radio.

In a personal update, I’ve begun writing the sequel to Rippling Rage, which drops on April 18th, 2018. My good friend Stacy Rich, the editor of the website, has offered to interview me and help with the marketing of my book once it drops! That literally made my week. I love having horror addicts as friends, even if it is just online. The horror community has always been very welcoming of other gore heads and it’s devilishly fun.

I’ve been loving the writing experience and I don’t think I can ever stop writing. It’s what fuels my soul, my passions, and tops my heart off with darkness. I just wanted to take a minute to thank you guys for all of your patience with me these past few months. I promise to never leave you hanging!

Some food for thought: One of the horror contestants stated that she had a dream about how Stephen King and Dean Koontz were fighting her affections to be their number one fan. Who do you think would win if that happened to you? I think for me, it would be Stephen King since I’m a horror conspiracy theorist, but that’s just me. Let me know who you’d choose in the battle of of the two great horror authors!

Until next time, stay scared

Kenzie