Revisiting Sandra Bernhard's Reel Wild Cinema B Movie Celebration

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Over the October season of horror I was watching lots of classic monsters and murder flicks and my wife and I also binged on old YouTube videos from the various Joe Bob Briggs' movie series which featured the eponymous Joe Bob presenting films like a 1990s version of classic horror hosts of the 1960s and 1970s. The best thing about Joe Bob's shows is that his redneck persona was tempered by his Vanderbilt University education and his obviously deep and broad knowledge of cinema history. Briggs' shows made lots of teenagers into accidental cinephiles, but he wasn't the only smarty celebrating American trash in the grunge years.

We also stumbled across this chestnut from the same era, Reel Wild Cinema hosted by the great Sandra Bernhard. Bernhard is currently appearing as a Satanic priestess on American Horror Story: Apocalypse, but she's never been better than she was in her turn as a whacked-out kidnapper in Martin Scorsese's The King of Comedy.

Here's a whopping playlist of Bernhard and the weird and wild film series she hosted when Beck was still a loser.

For those of you who can't wait for one click, here's Bernhard hosting The Horrors of Spider Island and Nude on the Moon in Reel Wild Cinema's pilot episode...

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Nice work, sir.

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Thanks, Ron!

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