AMC has launched BMC (B Movie Classics), a Web site that streams B movies from Hollywood’s Golden Age.
The site, which is live at www.amctv.com/b-movies, is currently streaming 27 B-movies in full-screen, including John Carpenter’s student film “Dark Star,” “A Swingin’ Summer” and “Corridors of Blood.”
Additional titles will be added in the coming months.
“B movies may have been low-budget and less publicized motion pictures, but they had a huge fan base that transcended generations and still exists today,” Mac McKean, VP or digital media for AMC, said in a statement. “BMC is a new platform that caters to an on-demand audience, giving film lovers direct access to B movies from the 1950s and ’60s.”