B-Movie Title Generator PDF
B-Movie Title Generator
A b-movie was the second movie on a double bill. It was typically a low budget formula type film, which fell somewhere in the suspense, horror, sci-fi, western, exploitation or gangster genres, although there were other genres covered as well. Some of these films went on to become cult-classics.
This generator is a series of tables to help you create the titles or names that B-movies became famous for.
The tables you'll find inside:
And a d100 table of pre-made examples, such as...
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