Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell | 50 B Movies To See Before You Die

This week on the B movie docket is Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell.

B movies are the glue stuck in between all the other genres, oftentimes refusing to conform to any particular genre presets. Some but not all of the hallmarks of a B movie include scripts that read like they were written by a room full of eighth-graders, poor visual effects, cringe-inducing dialogue, low budget production design, and zany plot contrivances. You’re aware of the hallmarks, right? B-movies often reek of amateur flair. Thought you were about to watch a great white shark hunted in dramatic fashion like only Steven Spielberg can deliver? Nope, this is Sharknado.

Why do we love B movies? I think B movies are comforting. You know what you’re about to watch is bad. If you’re fortunate it may be so bad that it’s good. You’ll often scratch your head trying to work out the plot. Out of the many good films you’ve seen, I bet you can talk with more vigor about the worst ones you’ve seen. They’re unforgettable. There’s something comforting about that I think. Besides they’ve been around just as long as the movie industry.

Believe it or not, chances are there’s a B movie for you. So I compiled a list of 50 B movies you must see before you die. No decade is off-limits. No rating is too taboo. For the next 49 weeks, I will introduce and recommend a B movie for your viewing pleasure. Yes, these are exciting times indeed my fanatical friends.

WEEK 7 – Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell

For week 7 I will be introducing you to Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell. I recently sat down to watch it. Boy was my mind blown. I’ve seen a lot of movies in my lifetime, but Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell is in another league. For one it is not much of a traditional film. It is a series of trailers for every B movie I want to see at a drive-in theater right now. That is not likely to happen. But I can wish, right?

Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell is not for everyone. But I can guarantee you one thing. If you are a fan of the double feature Planet Terror and Death Proof, then this film is a real treat. The sheer amount of rated R and X occult-themed, satanic, murderous trailers is truly sublime. I pinched myself to be sure I was still awake. Please stay away from this one if you are offended easily. Heed my warning. But if you don’t there will be several warnings before the trailers spill across the screen.

The synopsis does this thing no justice. Just read it. “A deranged projectionist shows a theater full of zombies horror trailers from his collection.” See, no justice? But believe me when I say you are not prepared for this film. It straddles the line between being another B movie and a cult film. Seriously this reminded me of the sort of film your older cousin would introduce you to during a sleepover in the 1990s. This thing is hauntingly amazing and completely unrated.

You owe it to yourself to watch Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell. This is demented in the best goddamn damn. Enjoy. But beware. Because in immortal words of the voice-over narrator for the Africa trailer, this is savage, sadistic, gruesome, with blood and guts. Seriously though, this movie spits in your eye.

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