The Least Action Heroes

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Bad action movies may be the guiltiest of pleasures, but they're also a ton of fun. Whether you're watching Rutger Hauer fight a rubber-suited monster or Chuck Norris single-handedly thwarting a Communist invasion, there's a strange appeal to their occasionally inept, often silly shenanigans. This book is an in-depth celebration of such films, including the likes of Hercules, Silent Rage, etc. More
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About Ian Watson

Ian Watson is the author of the #1 bestseller Midnight Movie Madness, a 400+ page guide to such bizarre, campy and endearing classics as Reefer Madness, Attack of the 50ft Woman and Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead.

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Review by: Aussiescribbler on Oct. 27, 2014 :
Just in case "The Expendables" weren't expendable enough for you, here is Ian Watson's guide to films which showcase some of the least impressive purveyors of heroic screen violence from the last few decades. There are Hollywood productions as well as some of the tastiest dishes from the East and from our friends in Italy, and even Ray Dennis Steckler's cinema-released home movie "Ratfink a Boo Boo" (1966).

The world has been flooded with action movies from the 1960s onwards. Which ones are actually worth watching? If you are a fan of the deranged, the tasteless and the hilariously incompetent, Ian Watson has done you an inestimable service by separating the truly entertaining chaff from the merely watchable wheat.
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