" The Monster That Devoured Tokyo" " Blood All Over The Asylum" " The Caped Crusader vs. Dreck" The titles may not be totally accurate,but you get my gist. You can find what you want at Schlockmeister Records,but act quickly . There is a high demand for these titles among today's collectors.
Onya, there are many film titles which are matter-of-fact and not poetic. Consider this subset below (culled from my favorite films) with their prosaic titles:
The Silence; Ingmar Bergman's 1963 "Tystnaden" The Trial by Orson Welles Joseph Losey's The Servant Sidney Lumet's The Hill The Hunt by Carlos Saura Guy Green's The Mark Basil Dearden's Victim Louis Malle's The Lovers Jack Cardiff's Sons and Lovers ... you can sense my pattern ...
... plus additional films with simply a name as title:
Robert Rossen's Lilith Stanley Kubrick's Lolita Electra by Michael Cacoyannis ...
Are each of these unappetizing merely due to lack of sensationalism?
If one avoids Taras Bulba because of its Ukranian ethnicity, then shouldn't one similarly shun the Russian name Baba Yaga? Yet OnyaBirri loves Baba Yaga, doesn't he?
I hear it’s a great movie but the one with the title I probably find the most innately repellent would be THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON. I literally picture a poor bird drenched in Jif and just, ugh, no. What a wretched title.