Since I skipped Terror in the Aisle 3 at The Portage Theater, I'm making up for it by watching the horror comedy that is Breakin' 2 - Electric Boogaloo (1984), a highbrow cinema feature I've never seen until now. From the opening neighborhood dance sequence to the gang
Picked up another B-movie set, Sci-fi Classics, altho these are hardly what anyone would consider as "classic" (maybe classically bad?). Watched The Manster from 1962 and Frozen Alive from 1964. The former was actually a decent little creep-fest with good practical effects while the latter was just empty wasted space. Dreadful.