When you think about it, FLESH + BLOOD could be the title to any Paul Verhoeven movie (or an essay on his filmography) and it would still make sense.
It seems that over the past few decades, we've lost the B-movie. Most genre films that would've fit the bill have now become $100 million blockbusters, while the rest of them have been downgraded to z-level schlock on the DVD shelf, leading to a common misuse of the phrase. So it's refreshing to see a film like BONE TOMAHAWK that fits the technical definition of a B-movie, embracing and making the most of its low budget.
The best B-movies live…