B-Movie Theater, the popular web site celebrating the art and industry of the low-budget film genre, announces the eight annual inductions in the B-Movie Hall of Fame. The B-Movie Hall of Fame honorees were selected by cinephiles from around the world who voted on their favorite films and artists of the B-Movie orbit.
During the voting process, the B-Movie Hall of Fame provided ballots with 100 B-Movie titles and 100 B-Movie icons to choose from. “This year’s winning votes runs the full spectrum of the B-Movie genre,” said Ron Bonk, president and founder of the B-Movie Hall of Fame. “We have icons such as Stanley Kubrick and Joe Dante, who began in B-Movies before hitting the A-list, and Buster Keaton and John Carradine, who began in A-films before going into the B’s. We have works of art and guilty pleasures, and films like ‘The Pit and the Pendulum’ which could be categorized as both!”

For the full list, visit the B-Movie Theatre website.

Posted on November 1, 2005 in News by

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