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17 Nov 2011, 8:01 pm

I have to say my favorite bad movies would be things such as
Hatchet
Blood Diner
Thankskilling
The Incredible Melting Man
Pod People

I could probably think of some more if I tried, but these were off the top of my head.



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17 Nov 2011, 8:04 pm

Manos the Hands of Fate
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
Gamera movies
Hercules Movies


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17 Nov 2011, 9:27 pm

motel hell
lust in the dust
spirit of '76 [1976]
queen of outer space
project X [1968]
the martian chronicles [made for tv, 1980]
someone i touched
born innocent
bad ronald
tribes



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18 Nov 2011, 2:21 am

I think bad is good in some cases lol

Bad Taste
The Stoned Age
Loser

...can't think of any more off the top of my head.



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18 Nov 2011, 2:23 am

Battlefield Earth


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18 Nov 2011, 11:19 am

Evil Alien Conquerers, although they were going for bad.
Pink Flamingos is probably the worst movie ever. I don't like the movie, just the idea of how incredibly foul and awful it is to watch or recommend to other people. Hopefully not many people on here have actually seen it; its that bad. To anyone reading this who has watched it, I send you a brown eyed :wink: , and maybe one for John Waters as well.
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18 Nov 2011, 9:41 pm

BigBadBrad wrote:
Evil Alien Conquerers, although they were going for bad.
Pink Flamingos is probably the worst movie ever. I don't like the movie, just the idea of how incredibly foul and awful it is to watch or recommend to other people. Hopefully not many people on here have actually seen it; its that bad. To anyone reading this who has watched it, I send you a brown eyed :wink: , and maybe one for John Waters as well.
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dang, i forgot all about that one or the rest of his films. a reviewer at the time described the experience of watching that movie as akin to "watching a septic tank explode." john waters flicks deserve their own category of bad, as in so bad they're good. :lol:



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18 Nov 2011, 11:25 pm

There's only two "bad" movies I can think of that I can't help but like even though everyone else hates them: Batman Forever and Wild Wild West.

I think both these movies have a lot in common that makes them so unbelievably terrible for hollywood blockbusters. For example both movies are drowned in a lot of flash and special effects, the actors in both movies gave a half-assed performance because they didn't like the scripts or the directors they were working with, and both movies have some strong homoerotic undertones with all the female characters being potrayed as whores who don't really do anything except stand around and look pretty.

I think the "diamond in the rough" that I found so enjoyable about these films was the evil henchwomen like Two Face's gunmolls Sugar and Spice from Batman Forever and Dr. Loveless's Lovely Ladies from Wild Wild West. I know the fact that these women were basically obedient sex slaves for their masters is completely disrespectful towards females, but I really enjoyed all the scenes in these movies that involved these girls. Like in Batman Forever there was that scene where Two Face was sitting in his lair and Sugar and Spice were dressed in corsets that matched their names (Sugar's outfit was lacey and Spice's outfit was leather) and they were showing off the meals they had made for their master, Sugar had cooked a well-prepared fine dining meal and Spice cooked what sounded like something out of the Dark Ages. Then there's the scene in Wild Wild West where Dr. Loveless was holding a party in his mansion and being an evil confederate scientist he decided to be thematic with his entrance by having his four ladies of different nationalities in skimpy outfits sing "Battle Hymn of the Republic" before the guests as a huge Abraham Lincoln head rolls onto stage and the head explodes with pink confetti as Loveless pops out saying "Don't you just hate that song?"

Those scenes are just so unbelievably cheesy to think that a couple of freakishly deformed male villains could have beautiful women work for them and do all those things for them. I can imagine these girls would be any straight guy's dream come true, and if I were straight myself I would probably want the same thing. :P

Anyways in case nobody has seen these movies here's some pictures of the girls if you're curious about what they look like.

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19 Nov 2011, 1:50 am

The Last Airbender



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20 Nov 2011, 6:31 pm

Ice Pirates
The American Astronaut
Evil Dead
Dead Alive
Beastmaster
Dolomite
The Further Adventures of Buckaroo Bonzai
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
Tromeo & Juliet
Krull
Surf Nazis Must Die
Barbarella
Caveman (w/ Ringo Starr)
Flash Gordon
Forbidden Zone
Big Trouble in Little China
Xanadu
Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo
The One Armed Boxer v. the Flying Guillotine
Chronicles of Riddick
Van Helsing ! !! o.O (fave worst movie ever.)

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Guess who watched a lot of MST3k back in the day? I can't decide if this gets it's own "special interest" category or if it is part of "Science Fiction" obsession.


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20 Nov 2011, 7:21 pm

The Happening is the best comedy in decades.



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20 Nov 2011, 7:42 pm

Oh, I almost forgot my favorite movie of all time...

Slacker

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bpuHtUZJpE[/youtube]

No plot to keep track of
No recurring characters to remember
No professional actors

Just stereotypes of all the crazies you run into wandering the streets of a college town in the dead of summer


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20 Nov 2011, 11:34 pm

I'm astonished no one has mentioned this movie.

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20 Nov 2011, 11:34 pm

Burnbridge wrote:
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes


seems to me there was a sequel called "attack of the killer carrots" also. :lol:

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Caveman (w/ Ringo Starr)


charming movie :)

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Flash Gordon


that was a great movie :idea:

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Xanadu


another great movie :bounce:



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20 Nov 2011, 11:59 pm

ComradeKael wrote:
I'm astonished no one has mentioned this movie.


The Room is not a movie. It transcends movies and exists in some kind of quantum mechanical state that nobody can adequately explain.



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21 Nov 2011, 7:07 pm

Anything from the great Roger Corman.

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