I like to watch old "B" movies. These are movies that were made with a very low budget.
If you ever get a chance, see "Plan 9 from Outer Space". It's a science fiction movie about a space craft that comes to Earth. Apparantly, the space creatures can make the dead come back to life, and everyone starts getting attacked by zombies. Kewl.
The film was made by Ed Wood, Jr., one of the best directors of B movies. Ed had some film of Bela Lugosi that he planned to use in another film he was making, but Bela died suddenly and Ed Wood realized that he didn't have enough footage of Bela Lugosi to use for anything else. So, he put his footage of Bela Lugosi in Plan 9 from Outer Space, and listed Bela Lugosi as starring in the film. The clip of Bela Lugosi is completely out of place in the film, and it's like you turned the channel on a TV for a few seconds where the Bela Lugosi footage is, but Ed figured having Bela in his film so soon after his death would fill the theatres.
The stiffest actor you ever saw in your life, a ex-professional wrestler called "Tor Johnson" played the Police Captain. This guys was the worst actor you could possibly imagine. He read his lines like he was reading them off a card. He wouldn't move while reading his line, cus that took more talent than he could muster. But, after the police captain got killed by zombies and came back to life himself as a zombie himself, Tor was "zombie perfection"...he made the best zombie you could imagine.
Now THAT'S entertainment.
Tor Johnson sucked as an actor, but was absolutely brilliant as a "zombie".
Another great "B" movie is "Nude on the Moon" produced in 1961. Back then, pornography laws prevented film makers from showing nude women in their films. But, there was an exception for medical films and films depicting nudist colonies because such films were considered to be "educational".
Nude on the Moon is about a scientist that builds a rocket ship by himself in his back yard. He blasts off for the Moon, and makes it there in a few minutes. And, what does he find on the Moon? A nudist camp! And, the entire next hour and 40 minutes of the movie shows nude Moon-women posing, sunbathing, frolicking in the meadow, etc., you know, Moon-women-type activities.
It's not a good B Movie if the lip movement is synchronized with the sound track or if you can't see the wires holding up the flying saucers.