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B-Movie is a DVD released by MxPx in 2004. It is a combination of live concert footage and a documentary of the band. The concert footage is culled from a 3-night stint in late 2003 at El Corazon in Seattle (at the time, still called The Graceland). It also features a five-track acoustic EP called The AC/EP. Although the band recorded 3 full nights of shows for the DVD, only 5 song performances actually appear on the DVD. The remainder of the film is interviews with the band and backstage footage.

B-Movie B-Movie formed in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire during 1978 from the ashes of local punk band The Aborted. Originally calling themselves Studio 10 after a local hairdressing salon, the inaugural line-up of Steve Hovington (vocals/bass), Paul Statham (guitar) & Graham Boffey (drums) quickly changed their name to B-Movie following Steve's discovery in an art book of an Andy Warhol painting Climate of Fear, released 17 March 2016 1. Another False Dawn 2. Come Closer 3. San Francisco 4. Corridors 5. Forgotten Souls 6. Ghost Land 7. Climate Of Fear 8. A Girl And A Gun 9. The Remnants.

Biography by Michael Sutton. The new wave band B-Movie's most recognizable record became more popular long after the combo had split up. Named after an Andy Warhol painting, B-Movie formed in 1979 with Steve Hovington (vocals), Pau. ead Full Biography.

B-Movie are a new wave band from Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England, active in the first half of the 1980s. Their 1982 single "Nowhere Girl" became an international club hit, earning the band a worldwide fan base. The band's original lineup included vocalist/bassist Steve Hovington, guitarist Paul Statham, keyboardist Rick Holliday and drummer Graham Boffey.

This movie isn’t nearly as funny or clever as it thinks it is, but damn if it doesn’t earn a spot on the list just through strength of premise alone. In the annals of great premises for B movies, Nazis from the dark side of the moon invading Earth is an instant classic. From a sincere 1950s sci-fi B movie we turn to an inspired spoof. Still the most well-known of Larry Blamire’s films, it’s also probably the best.

B-Movie (video album). B-Movie is a DVD released by MxPx in 2004.