Quick Look: B-Movie Enema features videos in which host Geoff Arbuckle watches classic B-movies and comments on them, pointing out the tacky and cheesy points as well as the things they did well. In Arbuckle's words, "It's me watching a movie and basically reacting to it in real time. I breakdown the movie from start to finish. Point out the things I like, and ask questions about confusing bits or even complain about dumb shit that’s happening in front of my eyes."
There are currently 29 titles available with new content promised weekly. Current titles include Cycle Vixins (1978), in which three Colorado girls hop on their motorcycles and head to California, but on the way they get mixed up in drugs, rape and stolen motorcycles; My Mom's a Werewolf (1989), about a house-wife who begins a gruesome transformation into a werewolf after being bitten by a mysterious pet-shop owner; and Oasis of the Zombies (1982), that tells a tale about an expedition searching for treasure supposedly buried by the German army in the African desert during WW II, but comes up against an army of Nazi zombies guarding the fortune.
-- Information is current as of January 13, 2022
Developer's Channel Description: B-Movie Enema is a blog written by Geoff Arbuckle. Every Friday, he writes several thousand words about movies that are sometimes good, sometimes bad, but always worth getting a look. B-Movie Enema: The Series is Geoff's movie-hosting show that can not only be found here, but also on Roku on the OtherWorlds TV channel.
CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Movies & TV
DEVELOPER: B-Movie Enema