Definition of "b-movie" []

  • A film originally made (esp in Hollywood in the 1940s and 50s) as a supporting film, now often considered as a genre in its own right (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "b-movie" in a sentence
  • "Again, it's basically a slickly-made b-movie sci-fi horror picture, but it's well acted, gorgeous to look at (it cost $70 million back when that was a lot of money) and scared the crap out of me on a greater level than any film I can remember seeing in a theater."
  • "Regardless, it's a fun monster b-movie featuring the winged Q, who has been busy snatching people up throughout the city."
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  • "Leading man aside, this is a thoroughly indistinguishable b-movie — which surprised me."
  • "Grimy b-movie from Columbia studios is surprisingly brisk and fun."