pulp as a way of life
Phantom, you know those scenes in "Plan 9 From Outer Space" where hub-caps are supposed to be flying saucers, well, theres more imagination, entertain-girl-t value and pure cinematic magic in those scenes by themselves than everything that has ever been produced by the (so-called) British film industry put together over the last 122 years since the invention of the cinematograph circa 1889, just think about that for a mo-girl-t and hopefully it will ensure that you never waste your time watching or reveiwing anymore British made garbage on this site ever again.
Anonymous -- This was news to me that he died. Of lung cancer! I really treasured his work. I must say I didn't appreciate Mystery Science Theater doing a number on POD PEOPLE. I don't like the format of these things or the intention behind it.
jbh -- agree totally with your comments on Mr. Wood. Can't say I won't be reviewing "British made garbage" in future, though, dear fellow.
Phantom, on this same subject, have you read the hilarious com-girl-t that i left over on Soiled Sinema's reveiw of "Accident"?, its a scream.
I've never seen that Slugs poster before. Amazing. RIP.
d -- yes, that SLUGS poster is a work of art.