The B-movie art that's so bad it's good

The B-Movie art so bad it's good

In Dario Argento's 1985 film Phenomena Jennifer Connelly gives a mad monkey a piggyback

B-movies were the training ground for movie men on both sides of the camera, and the artists who provided the promotional material. Up until the 1950s, major studios owned theatre chains and so set up specific B-units to create low-billing movies to maximise profits.

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