EP216 – Delinquent Girl Boss: Worthless to Confess

During this episode of Badasses, Boobs and Body Counts, Mike, Iris and Mark take a look at the first film in the Panik House Entertainment

Marjoe Gortner

When deciding what my next contribution to the site was going to be, I had been watching the Mark Robson disaster picture EARTHQUAKE (1974). One

EP215 – The Killing of Satan

On this week’s show, Mark walks both Mike and Iris through the Efren C. Piñon directed movie, THE KILLING OF SATAN (1983). This episode gets

Call for Contributors

Do you have a passion for genre film? What about books, video games or records? Do you enjoy writing? Would you like to have your

Modern Day Badasses (Males)

Here are a couple of ground rules for this article. 1. Movies are from the New Millennium, 2000 – present day. 2. All protagonists must

EP02 – Genre TV Report (2/27/17)

In the Genre TV Report for Monday, February 27, 2017, Kevin Bachelder updates us on Lucifer, American Gods, Westworld, The Magicians, and Marvel’s Agents of

EP214 – Malibu High

We’re back this week to discuss the Irvin Berwick directed movie MALIBU HIGH (1979). This is a short episode, but don’t let the diminutive run-time

Gymkata (1985)

GYMKATA (1985) begins when the Special Intelligence Agency (SIA) approaches Jonathan Cabot (Kurt Thomas) asking him to play “The Game”. This contest forces all foreigners

EP213 – The Nest

This week on Badasses, Boobs and Body Counts, Mike, Iris and Mark discuss the Terence Winkless directed picture, THE NEST (1988). Your hosts are well

Best 70’s Films Featuring Muscle Cars

The automobile has become an essential part of American culture, representing freedom, independence and a sense of expression for young men coming of age. The

The Mysterians (1957)

Directed by: Ishirō Honda Starring: Kenji Sahara, Momoko Kōchi, Akihiko Hirata, Takashi Shimura 88 minutes/color Honda’s 1957 science-fiction opus ushered in the golden age of

EP01 – Genre TV Report (2/13/17)

Kevin Bachelder delivers his first Genre TV Report for Monday, February 13, 2017. Kevin’s informative approach keeps you caught up on what’s been happening in

Welcome to the all new BBandBC Website

Welcome to Badasses, Boobs and Body Counts (BBandBC), a weekly podcast and website dedicated to exploring exploitation, genre film and related topics. As you can

EP212 – Beyond the Darkness

Mike, Iris and Mark are joined once again by the host and founder of Geeks of the Industry, Chunky Larry. We discuss the Joe D’Amato

The Last of Us Remastered

I’ve never written a review for a video game although I’ve read plenty of them. I’ve just never written one. In typical fashion, those who

EP211 – Best Friends

In episode 211 of the show, Mike, Mark and Iris are joined by Larry Jackson of Geeks of the Industry to discuss the Noel Nosseck

How It’s Made

As host and producer of the Badasses, Boobs and Body Counts podcast, I’ve been asked the following question more than I can recall: “What does

Thunder of Gigantic Serpent (1988)

Directed by: Godfrey Ho Written by: Godfrey Ho (as Benny Ho) from a treatment developed by George Chu, from a story by AAV Creative Unit

Jillian Kesner

Jillian Kesner was born in Portsmouth, Virginia, on August 9, 1949. Once she completed high school, Kesner traveled to Los Angeles to begin her career

Faces of Death (1978)

FACES OF DEATH (1978) is most often thought of as a stylized documentary. It covers the topic of death from many different angles including farm