On this day, back in 1956, American International Pictures released the Cold War paranoia-fueled alien invasion flick, It Conquered The World.

With an amazing cast (Peter Graves, Lee Van Cleef, and the lovely Beverly Garland), silly rubber monster (designed by Paul Blaisdell), and perhaps the greastest, most pretentious speech in film history, It Conquered The World is, for my money, the greatest b-movie of the drive-in era.

Check out our It Conquered The World review!









Coming next Friday to BadMovieRealm.com, the highly-underrated horror-comedy, There’s Nothing Out There!

Mike is a hopeless horror geek who has seen every single horror flick ever released on video. When an alien starts munching on his friends, it’s up to Mike to use his encyclopedic knowledge of horror cliches to stop the alien menace before he and all of his friends become monster chow.







Coming May 17th to BadMovieRealm.com, a new review for the 1999, Full Moon Pictures release, MURDERCYCLE! An alien soldier takes possession of an unlucky biker and transforms him and his ride into an unstoppable killing machine.

Does this flick live up to the promise of its ridiculous premise, or is it ultimately just another in a long line of not quite “so bad, it’s good” movies? Check back next Friday to find out!

In the meantime, here’s a little clip to whet your appetite.