Trash by any other name smells just as gloriously ripe. Bring on the guilty pleasures. Subgenres: Hitmansploitation, Adrenalinesploitation, Stathamsploitation Jason Statham is a hitman who's injected with a delayed-response poison — "some kind of Chinese synthetic shit" — that'll stop the heart without a constant supply of adrenaline. Imagine Speed, only the bulletheaded British action star is the bus. Never ones for underplaying, directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor literally cut to the chase and then keep chasing, with a constant supply of whooshing cars, thwapping bullets, smash cuts, cartoonishly canted angles and comedic gags.
Blaxploitation - Wikipedia
Blaxploitation or blacksploitation is an ethnic subgenre of the exploitation film that emerged in the United States during the early s. The films, while popular, suffered backlash for disproportionate numbers of stereotypical film characters showing bad or questionable motives, including criminals, etc. However, the genre does rank among the first in which black characters and communities are the heroes and subjects of film and television, rather than sidekicks or villains or victims of brutality. Blaxploitation films were originally aimed at an urban African-American audience,  but the genre's audience appeal soon broadened across racial and ethnic lines.
An exploitation film is a film that attempts to succeed financially by exploiting current trends, niche genres, or lurid content. Exploitation films are generally low-quality " B movies ". Some of these films, such as Night of the Living Dead , set trends and become historically important.
Exploitation cinema is not a genre; it is an industry with a specific mode of production. Exploitation films are made cheap for easy profit. The exploitation film is not a genre, and yet it is often described as such. Evidently, these can mainly be put down to the mode of production.