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AMC's B-Movie Classics: Are you watching?

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Need a little schlock to start your day? AMCTV.com has just launched B-Movie Classics (BMC, for short), offering full streaming versions of trashterpieces like Teenage Caveman (1958) and Saga of the Viking Women (1957). But before you write these all off as reject-bin curios, consider this: The collection includes movies by horror gurus Roger Corman (Little Shop of Horrors) and John Carpenter (Halloween), whose works inspired the likes of Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, and Quentin Tarantino. And we’re pretty sure 1957’s Dragstrip Girl (embedded below) was the basis for Rachel Getting Married. In spirit, at least…

So check it out and let us know…Is this a treasure trove of hidden gems, or just a way for AMC to throw out its trash?