Information and viewings of films on the Public Domain, and cult classics. Crazy Good Movies tries to provide information for people who may not know much about older, horror and cult classics films. You must have DIVX installed to watch most of the films. (Please ignore the ads in the player. I can't turn them off. They will disappear when the movie starts.)
Here we get the 1966 version of Batman. If you're one of those people that takes Batman way too seriously, then this definitely isn't the movie for you. It's pretty campy, and is clearly meant for a younger audience. If you're looking for a fun movie, then I would recommend this, but be ready for extreme silliness.
With the Christmas season soon approaching, I thought that it would be nice to post a Christmas themed horror movie. Silent Night, Deadly Night is a great example of a Christmas horror movie...80s style. It was pretty controversial when it first came out, which is probably why it's a classic now. It's not a bad horror movie, and seeing Santa murder people is a little weird.
April Fools Day is your typical horror movie 80s style. I like this movie though because you have a little mystery going here. Of course it's not a scary nail biting who-dun-it, but it's a pretty entertaining movie if you're into 80s slasher films.
A nice addition to this movie is that we get Biff from Back to the Future running around, doing his Biff thing.
April Fools Day is worth a watch for all those 80s horror movie fans.