Facebook probably knows more about you than your own family, and the company often uses these type of insights to help sell you products. The best—or worst!—new example of this comes from the newspaper The Australian, which says it got its hands on some leaked internal Facebook documents.
Proudly schlocky indie studio Troma Entertainment built its rep on cult curios like The Toxic Avenger and Tromeo and Juliet, the latter of which was co-scripted by a pre-Guardians of the Galaxy James Gunn. But Troma’s latest achievement is supporting “the first prehistoric slasher film”—and its teenage writer-director.
Legendary B-movie production house American International Pictures is back from the dead — sort of — thanks to Cinedigm, which is "launching a reinvention of [AIP] exploitation titles in a 10-picture project within a single movie universe." Expect viking women, brain-eaters, and teenage cavemen.
We're already loving Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro's comic Bitch Planet, set in a space prison for women who have been "non-compliant," and this live-action trailer for the comic explains why. It perfectly captures the mix of exploitation and future dystopia.
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro's new comic series Bitch Planet is billed as "Margaret Atwood meets Inglourious Basterds." And after just one issue, we're incredibly excited about the story of women on a prison planet — many for the crime of non-compliance. NSFW images below.
You haven't heard cheesy science-fiction dialogue delivered with total aplomb until you've watched this snippet of Beach Babes From Beyond, in which the eponymous Beach Babes steal their daddy's Space T-Bird and fly to the forbidden planet... Earth.
Francesco Francavilla's Batman 1972 illustrations take the Dark Knight back to the 1970s, where he chainsmokes and does business with a mustached Commissioner Gordon. It's Batsploitation!
Machines have already changed the face of manufacturing industries, but what happens when prostitutes find themselves replaced by robots? Will machines populate our brothels instead of flesh and blood people? Will the social stigma of paying for sex fade? And how will the availability of robotic sex partners impact…
Since it came to light how bad working conditions are in Chinese factories that make iPhones and iPads, many have muttered about boycotting Apple. If that's you, you should join a globally coordinated protest against it, which is happening today. But do you care enough?
Check out the new trailer for Albert Pyun's latest exploitation film, Road to Hell. When a serial killer meets two hot female "spree killers" in a weird greenscreened landscape that's somewhere between Hell and Purgatory, sparks are sure to fly. Sparks, in this case, meaning Range Rover bondage and knifeplay. And…
Captain Mother knows how to keep order on her ship: with a silvery glitter-covered flogger and a bad attitude, in this awesome sequence from the 1968 exploitation movie Space Thing. Click through for two more eye-bleeding clips. (It's very NSFW.)
The "man crashlands on a planet of all women" genre is both miserable and ludicrous, but you know what would spice it up? Make the all-female planet inexplicably Western-themed. That way, you at least get Sheriff Sarah Parker, who carries two six-shooters and dances in fishnets with all the ladyfolk.
Star Wars dorks are second to none in spending crazy amounts of money on anything branded with their obsession, but at what point does it become exploitative? I'll just throw it out there: this clock.
Somehow, Z-movie director Harry "White Gorilla" Fraser managed to convince real-life conjoined twins Violet and Daisy Hilton to appear in a bizarre movie called Chained for Life in 1951. The women had made their first cinematic appearance in Tod Browning's intense 1930s movie Freaks, and apparently the public outcry…
Here's the sleaziest and most scifi moment from the unappreciated classic Dude Where's My Car. The two stoner dorks have just "saved the universe" by handing over a big universe-destroying machine to a pair of Arnold Schwarzenegger clones. But the five vaguely identical evil alien women want to destroy the universe,…
The Green Lantern Corps is fighting a fierce war against the evil Sinestro Corps — and it's taking a toll on their tight spandex uniforms. In last week's issue of Green Lantern Corps, the evil followers of Sinestro totally shred the costume of the studly Sodam Yat. The result is exactly the sort of porno image that…
Ever since we waited in line for a PSP only to find out you could still get them the next morning, we haven't exactly been thrilled about camping out. But being the gadget freaks that we are, we still want them. What's a geek to do? Pay someone else to do it of course!