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Super Babes is a future classic!
October 8th, 2014 under Cheezy Flicks. [ Comments: none ]


Cheezy Flicks has released another great movie and this one is called Super Babes. Watch the trailer for this anthology film and don’t tell me you are not excited to see it ASAP! And the best part about it, it only cost $7.99 for you to enjoy over and over again!

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Julius Caesar Against the Pirates, need I say more?
September 19th, 2014 under Cheezy Flicks. [ Comments: none ]


Long before there was Mega Python vs. Gatoroid and Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda, there was Julius Caesar Against the Pirates. Back in 1962, the Roman general took on the sea criminals and we got this amazingly awesome cheesy film.
Now that winter is coming, we are going to be spending many days trapped inside. Why not spend it with this reasonably priced film that goes great with a fire and popcorn.
Order it from Cheezy Flicks for less that $10, so you can enjoy it whenever you want. You know will want to watch it over and over again and share it with your friends and that special person in your life. Nothing warms you up faster than a good laugh and this flick is full of them.

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Enjoy the beat of Jungle Drums of Africa
August 26th, 2012 under Cheezy Flicks. [ Comments: none ]


A few weeks ago I watched a movie on Netflix and I was introduced to a company called Cheezy Flicks. The name of the company pretty much says it all, but what it doesn’t say is just how good these films that they put out really are, you know in their own kind of way. Cheezy Flicks releases new movies and re-releases films that might be lost without them.
The first feature I got from them is Jungle Drums of Africa that was originally released back on 1953 as a 12-part serial film. It is described as “The daughter of a medical missionary in Africa comes face to face with ferocious beasts and killer crazed savages as she carries on her father’s work after he dies. She befriends two adventurers proscpecting for uranium, and before long she finds herself in danger from crooks trying to get the uranium for themselves and a local witch doctor that sees her as a threat to her power.” Personally I watched all 12 chapters and I am not really sure what it is about, but what I do know is I that I really enjoyed it. It was so bad, but yet so much fun. The music, the acting, the story, just everything made it something to enjoy over and over again.
It is the type of movie you can enjoy with your friends that make you suffer through movies like Out of Africa. It is not as much revenge as it is to show them what’s really enjoyable to sit through. I bet you they won’t forget this movie anytime soon and neither will you. So add this Cheezy Flick to your collection because who doesn’t need a good bad film every now and again?

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