What kind of collection could possibly find common ground among
"The Son of Kong," "Platoon," and "Pink Flamingos"? What kind of
fevered minds could conceive of such a list? What are the
unheard-of qualities that tie them all together?
The answers: This book. The National Society of Film Critics.
And the far-reaching enticements of the B movie itself.
Once the B movie was the Hollywood stepchild, the underbelly of
the double feature. Today it is a more inclusive category,
embracing films that fall outside the mainstream by dint of their
budgets, their visions, their grit, and occasionally--sometimes
essentially--their lack of what the culture cops call "good
The films in "The B List" are offbeat, unpredictable, and
decidedly idiosyncratic. And that's why we love them."
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