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Title: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on October 13, 2008, 02:38:58 PM
This is a thread for recomending films that are SO bad that they become hugely enjoyable.

To start with I caught this "gem" on Zone Horror the other day

INSECTICIDAL

http://www.youtube.com/watch/v/A7gJ9JmI5qA

Worth seeing for the truly amazing CGI bugs *cough*
& Samantha Mcleod, probably the greatest cleavage ever to grace a movie. Wearing the green top in the trailer
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on October 13, 2008, 02:42:20 PM
Beta Upsilon Gamma...  How subtle...

But yeah, ever notice that gore-movie monsters always find the hottest slutty girls?
:coolsmiley:

I'm sure I have an entry for this category...  Let me think.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on October 13, 2008, 02:44:06 PM
Beta Upsilon Gamma...  How subtle...


I noticed that, it's about the only subtlty in the movie.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Cheddars Cousin on October 13, 2008, 02:47:18 PM
Why, Showgirls
(http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/cc253/toontownjuggalo/Smokin%20Chicks/ElizabethBerkley-Showgirls.jpg)
Of course.

It's best on T.V. when they paint Bras on all the "dancers".  Although, then you don't get the pool scene.

Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: slyvia k on October 13, 2008, 04:55:56 PM
even cowgirls get the blues.
so, so, so ridiculously bad it's good.  :uglystupid2:
totally nutty.....poor acting, and i don't remember much of the storyline apart that there were gay cowgirls and uma thurman had a huge thumb  :headbang:
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Jrlxcg1r5jY (http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Jrlxcg1r5jY) trailer here
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on October 13, 2008, 04:59:35 PM
In really liked that film!
I think that pretty much all John Waters films should be in this thread...... especially his earlier works...... incredibly bad and incredibly wonderful at exactly the same time.........
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Pope Totalfrog on October 13, 2008, 05:02:45 PM
Don't forget Ed Wood. Plan 9 From Outer Space is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen and it isn't even a comedy.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Haushinka on October 13, 2008, 06:28:47 PM
Dusk till dawn.

Dumb and dumberer

Mean Girls
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: hannahisnotreal on October 13, 2008, 06:43:25 PM
EVIL

FREAKING

DEAD



well, it's actually just really good, i think.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Oskarr Najh on October 13, 2008, 08:41:18 PM
I once saw a "Nuit du Navet" in Lyon. (Night of stinker...)
They were showing "Turkish Star Wars"....
Can't explain how bad is this film. Couldn't stop laughing.
Can see a piece of it on YouTube.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tx7PYAAOwxE
YES, they dared to use scenes from the REAL star wars...
And YES, it's the music of Indiana Jones :icon_rr:

And this is a REAL movie, nearly 2 hours long. But so fun.... :buck2:
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Carly on October 13, 2008, 09:02:18 PM
Well, tonight I watched both "Psycho Sisters"

(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51M1yAswJRL._SL500_AA240_.jpg)

And "Aquanoids" (one rave review screams 'WOW! MONSTERS AND NAKED BABES! - which incidentally is INCREDIBLY misleading. 1)They're topless, not naked... Boo. and 2)They're certainly not babes... Double Boo. However the fetoid human/aquanoid hybrid kinda made up for that.)

(http://www.cinemacabre.com/images/aquanoids/AQ-flyer-frnt-72dpi-web.jpg)

(note how despite the multi million dollar budget, they still let a type-o on the front cover go undetected...)

They are both really bad. But both have some hilarious bits... The blatant use of 'Paint' to create mind blowing 'explosion' special effects in Aquanoids was spectacular.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Molotovna on October 13, 2008, 10:14:21 PM
The Chumscrubber was quite interesting. After my mother and I had watched it, she said, "Okay, I want that two hours of my life back." I'm not sure if awesomely bad is a good description for it, though. I'm a bad thread contributor, haha.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: yosmark on October 13, 2008, 10:16:46 PM

Dumb and dumberer

Mean Girls

That´s the reason why Mean Girls work.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: music box on October 13, 2008, 10:28:27 PM
EVIL

FREAKING

DEAD

i was just about to say that.



and definitely mean girls.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: hannahisnotreal on October 13, 2008, 10:42:01 PM
The Chumscrubber was quite interesting. After my mother and I had watched it, she said, "Okay, I want that two hours of my life back." I'm not sure if awesomely bad is a good description for it, though. I'm a bad thread contributor, haha.


What's really cool about the Chumscrubber is that the Thumbsucker came out, I think, in the same year, and its the exact same kids, and although the stories are completely different, the way the movies are shot makes them feel exactly the same.


and since we're on the subject of horror movies
you really have to check out

FRENCH SEX MURDERS




it was just about the greatest thing I'd ever found, tucked away behind the musical DVDs in borders.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on October 13, 2008, 11:22:46 PM
Anything starring "Misty Mundae" (As one might guess, that's a stage name.)

It's all basically soft-core porn, but it's hysterical.
Specific titles....

Um...  Spider Babe was one...  Oh, and Lord of the G-Strings (Tolkien-parody!)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on October 14, 2008, 02:16:35 AM
Anything starring "Misty Mundae" (As one might guess, that's a stage name.)

It's all basically soft-core porn, but it's hysterical.
Specific titles....

Um...  Spider Babe was one...  Oh, and Lord of the G-Strings (Tolkien-parody!)
I recall seeing Spider Babe on latenight tv once. very odd
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Emmy on October 14, 2008, 03:47:16 AM
"Dirty Love" definitely
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on October 14, 2008, 10:08:44 AM
Anything starring "Misty Mundae" (As one might guess, that's a stage name.)

It's all basically soft-core porn, but it's hysterical.
Specific titles....

Um...  Spider Babe was one...  Oh, and Lord of the G-Strings (Tolkien-parody!)

If we are going down the comedy soft porn road...
The CLASSIC

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/flesh20gordon20orig20320x240.jpg)

Penis fly traps, Dr Flexi Jerkoff, Penisaurs & ships that resemble... well... penises!

This one will be controversial as I know a lot of people just hated it

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/tank_girl_ver2.jpg)

Despite all its failings I enjoyed it.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Cheddars Cousin on October 14, 2008, 11:10:18 AM
I love Tank Girl!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Jamiemm on October 14, 2008, 11:30:08 AM
Tank Girl is one of my favorite films of all time. No joke.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on October 14, 2008, 11:32:10 AM
I love Tank Girl!

Tank Girl is one of my favorite films of all time. No joke.
What They Said!

"Yeah. I'll give you more proof."
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Carly on October 14, 2008, 11:36:56 AM
Anything starring "Misty Mundae" (As one might guess, that's a stage name.)

It's all basically soft-core porn, but it's hysterical.
Specific titles....

Um...  Spider Babe was one...  Oh, and Lord of the G-Strings (Tolkien-parody!)

If we are going down the comedy soft porn road...
The CLASSIC

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/flesh20gordon20orig20320x240.jpg)

Penis fly traps, Dr Flexi Jerkoff, Penisaurs & ships that resemble... well... penises!

This one will be controversial as I know a lot of people just hated it

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/tank_girl_ver2.jpg)

Despite all its failings I enjoyed it.

Heh... Edward Penishands has some enjoyable moments.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on October 14, 2008, 11:46:48 AM
...isn't that actually PORN-porn?  Are those eligible?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Mr. Leave Me Alone on October 14, 2008, 11:49:10 AM
'Shock Treatment'
The Rocky Horror Picture Show sequel!
It's truly awful! But I am somewhat sadly addicted to it.

But I do think it has some pretty good songs.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Maxnot on October 14, 2008, 11:53:16 AM
I'm so glad that someone has mentioned Flash Gordon! :D

I've got the anniversary DVD with Brian Blessed commentary, I really need to watch that sometime.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on October 14, 2008, 12:11:50 PM
I'm so glad that someone has mentioned Flash Gordon! :D
Look closer....



I've got the anniversary DVD with Brian Blessed commentary, I really need to watch that sometime.
...but, now that you do mention it, this suckfest did allow Queen to do some fun music.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on October 14, 2008, 12:38:15 PM
...isn't that actually PORN-porn?  Are those eligible?

No porn is not eligible.

I've got the anniversary DVD with Brian Blessed commentary, I really need to watch that sometime.
...but, now that you do mention it, this suckfest did allow Queen to do some fun music.

Fucking hell, That made Flesh Gordon look like a well made arthouse masterpiece!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Carly on October 14, 2008, 02:35:12 PM
This is a thread for recomending films that are SO bad that they become hugely enjoyable.

To start with I caught this "gem" on Zone Horror the other day

INSECTICIDAL

http://www.youtube.com/watch/v/A7gJ9JmI5qA

Worth seeing for the truly amazing CGI bugs *cough*
& Samantha Mcleod, probably the greatest cleavage ever to grace a movie. Wearing the green top in the trailer

I completely missed that you mentioned that film... I also saw it on Zone Horror... but about 2-3 months ago. It must be popular to have such a long run... ;) It certainly is entertaining.

...isn't that actually PORN-porn?  Are those eligible?

No porn is not eligible.

In that case I retract Edward Penishands... BUT it's definitely more comical than sexy. Can't imagine anyone whacking off to it.

Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on October 14, 2008, 02:56:58 PM
This is a thread for recomending films that are SO bad that they become hugely enjoyable.

To start with I caught this "gem" on Zone Horror the other day

INSECTICIDAL

http://www.youtube.com/watch/v/A7gJ9JmI5qA

Worth seeing for the truly amazing CGI bugs *cough*
& Samantha Mcleod, probably the greatest cleavage ever to grace a movie. Wearing the green top in the trailer

I completely missed that you mentioned that film... I also saw it on Zone Horror... but about 2-3 months ago. It must be popular to have such a long run... ;) It certainly is entertaining.

Im hopelessly addicted to Zone Horror, the quality is... erm... well... consistant!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on October 14, 2008, 08:25:07 PM
The Forbidden Zone
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Molotovna on October 14, 2008, 09:02:39 PM
Something brought to mind the movie Bleeders after reading this thread again. I saw in back in 1998, shortly after it had come out, but I don't remember much, only that it was super weird.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Andy Pants on October 14, 2008, 09:54:59 PM
DARK STAR!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on October 15, 2008, 09:16:24 AM
The Forbidden Zone

I liked that.

DARK STAR!

Great movie.

I love this movie. A late 80s classic.

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/dudes1.jpg)

If anyone knows where I can get a reg2 or reg0 copy of this I would be dead chuffed.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on October 15, 2008, 09:33:30 AM
I thoroughly enjoy The Forbidden Zone too, but it's so bad and cheesy that it's great
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Hunter Lionheart on October 15, 2008, 10:05:48 AM
They Live with Rowdy Roddy Piper.

Truly awful, but hilarious.

And I really liked From Dusk Till Dawn!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Hatter on October 15, 2008, 12:50:54 PM
The Forbidden Zone

The Forbidden Zone is such a wonky version of awesome. I like some of the styles they use, with the alterations of shooting speeds, just like the old silent films.

Plus, it's worth it just to watch Danny Elfman play Satan.  >:D
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Lakayla on October 15, 2008, 02:15:14 PM
Snakes on a Plane!!!  :headbang:
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on October 15, 2008, 02:56:05 PM
Snakes on a Plane!!!  :headbang:

If you thought that was cheesy...


(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/51sZV5wDpVL__SL500_AA240_.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: colordeaf on October 15, 2008, 07:10:17 PM
(http://science.kukuchew.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/species-ii.jpg)
Species II & III, although the b-movieness of the first one is also debatable. None of the hookers in II uses protection against the big horny male alien (despite most of it being semi-consensual before they find out his true identity) and give birth to nasty alien spawn in about one minute. I think the his human identity was Republican (considering his father). Somebody give me screenshots (the action figure is $40). The third one has a Sarah Palin lookalike flag down a stout man in a gas station washroom for no reason at all.

This image is not worksafe, but only for the alien nudity (http://www.omgimages.net/img/3101/63639.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on October 15, 2008, 08:11:44 PM
(http://www.hotmoviesale.com/dvds/27663/1/Final-Days-of-Planet-Earth.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Carly on October 15, 2008, 08:22:08 PM
I give you: Delta Delta Die...

(http://www.sofacinema.co.uk/guardian/images/products/8/19398-large.jpg)
The girl in the middle is pretty hot - Fairuza Balk meets Alecia Moore.
Mother Fitch on the other hand... *shudders*

And: Cheerleader Massacre...

(http://www.cinemotions.net/data/films/0279/92/1/affiche-Cheerleader-Massacre-2003-1.jpg)
There's an interesting shower scene...
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: music box on October 16, 2008, 09:10:47 AM
but i'm a cheerleader.

(http://thecia.com.au/reviews/b/images/but-i-m-a-cheerleader-poster-0.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: malcontent on October 16, 2008, 06:49:42 PM
The Chumscrubber was quite interesting. After my mother and I had watched it, she said, "Okay, I want that two hours of my life back." I'm not sure if awesomely bad is a good description for it, though. I'm a bad thread contributor, haha.

That movie does not belong in this thread.

Neither does But I'm A Cheerleader.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on October 17, 2008, 05:44:27 PM
but i'm a cheerleader.

(http://thecia.com.au/reviews/b/images/but-i-m-a-cheerleader-poster-0.jpg)

I LOVE THAT MOVIE.

and dude, it's not bad. at all. it's LOVELY.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on October 17, 2008, 05:48:04 PM
but i'm a cheerleader.

(http://thecia.com.au/reviews/b/images/but-i-m-a-cheerleader-poster-0.jpg)
agreed, it is deliberately amatuer in the way it is shot, but has an amazingly good script and very well directed

I LOVE THAT MOVIE.

and dude, it's not bad. at all. it's LOVELY.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on October 17, 2008, 05:59:43 PM
Here's another cheaply made, but holy shit good, movie. It's not BAD, but it's so bad...

(http://content.answers.com/main/content/img/amg/videos/drv700/v791/v79181jfxy8.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Katherine May Williams on October 17, 2008, 11:00:35 PM
'Spermula'

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spermula (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spermula)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on October 18, 2008, 06:06:47 AM
'Spermula'

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spermula (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spermula)

Sounds erm... interesting  O0

Probably the greatest so utterly awful its good movie...

The Giant Spider Invasion

http://www.youtube.com/watch/v/Bksvon-hSDM

The giant spider is in the trailer above & has to be seen to be believed!  :o
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Hatter on October 18, 2008, 10:37:51 AM
but i'm a cheerleader.

(http://thecia.com.au/reviews/b/images/but-i-m-a-cheerleader-poster-0.jpg)
agreed, it is deliberately amatuer in the way it is shot, but has an amazingly good script and very well directed

I LOVE THAT MOVIE.

and dude, it's not bad. at all. it's LOVELY.

That's all pretty much what I was going to say. This movie is really cute and well-written, and somewhat iconic in my memory from when I was about 12. I though what her parents did to her was something my mom would do to me, although on second thought I don't think my mom would think being gay is some sort of curable illness. She just thinks orientation is someone's choice, and not being straight is just not acceptable and wrong etc. etc. etc.   :-\
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Haushinka on October 18, 2008, 01:27:07 PM
Virtual Sexuality

<a href="http://tinypic.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://i36.tinypic.com/2akmvpe.jpg" border="0" alt="Image and video hosting by TinyPic">[/url]

Featuring the ever-sexy..

<a href="http://tinypic.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://i34.tinypic.com/1zf0rao.jpg" border="0" alt="Image and video hosting by TinyPic">[/url]

... Rupert Penry-Jones.

<a href="http://tinypic.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://i35.tinypic.com/e1fcic.jpg" border="0" alt="Image and video hosting by TinyPic">[/url]
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on October 18, 2008, 01:31:20 PM
Probably the greatest so utterly awful its good movie...

The Giant Spider Invasion

http://www.youtube.com/watch/v/Bksvon-hSDM

The giant spider is in the trailer above & has to be seen to be believed!  :o
Eh, it may be the shit, but it ain't got The SHAT!

Ladies and Gentlemen, Kingdom of the Spiders!
http://www.youtube.com/v/TEutHPsF548]

Virtual Sexuality
yadda yadda [you know nobody listens to their church leaders, right?]
I'm assuming that's basically Weird Science without all the fancy FX or Kelly LeBrock?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Haushinka on October 18, 2008, 01:33:05 PM
Y'what? It's a nineties british teen movie. Chick flick. Involving a gas explosion machine accident.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Wires+Waves on October 18, 2008, 01:45:45 PM
Suburbia! Really the worst part is the acting, and that just makes it even better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R__tIl1cDEU

Best. Also, NSFW.

"I think I'd like to fuck your brains out"
"Oh you would, huh?"
"Yeah but it doesn't look like you have any"
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on October 18, 2008, 01:50:07 PM
Y'what? It's a nineties british teen movie. Chick flick. Involving a gas explosion machine accident.
You sure it's not a bit of a rip-off of: (http://blog.dreamhost.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/weird_science.jpg)

(oh, also without Oingo Boingo.)
http://www.youtube.com/v/zDe5Ckt4joQ
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Twice Belladonna on October 18, 2008, 02:20:16 PM
YESSS OMG B LIST HORROR MOVIES.

Slaughter Studios (best ending ever in the history of ever) (late 80's i think)
Teeth (duh)
Slumber Party Massacre (also late 80's)
Insanitarium (minus the cat part :( )

i wish i could think of more.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Cirque on October 19, 2008, 05:58:01 PM
eXistenZe, such a bad movie...and such a good movie.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: yosmark on October 19, 2008, 07:19:13 PM
Y'what? It's a nineties british teen movie. Chick flick. Involving a gas explosion machine accident.
(http://blog.dreamhost.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/weird_science.jpg)

That movie is awesome!!! and so was the tv show.

"Tv Show Lisa">"Movie Lisa"
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: dontgoogleme on October 20, 2008, 09:24:54 AM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepmom_(film)

I think it's just bad in a bad way though.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on October 21, 2008, 01:03:43 AM
Y'what? It's a nineties british teen movie. Chick flick. Involving a gas explosion machine accident.
(http://blog.dreamhost.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/weird_science.jpg)

That movie is awesome!!! and so was the tv show.

"Tv Show Lisa">"Movie Lisa"
agreed. I'm working on downloading Season 2 at the moment
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on October 21, 2008, 02:56:19 PM
Okay, if my delicate pretty dress was just ripped to shreds and I was naked in a pit of mean boys.. I wouldn't be screaming like that.
I'd be punching and kicking, and clawing my way out. Or just beat up the kid who did it until they arrest me so I don't have to walk home nude.


Suburbia! Really the worst part is the acting, and that just makes it even better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R__tIl1cDEU

Best. Also, NSFW.

"I think I'd like to fuck your brains out"
"Oh you would, huh?"
"Yeah but it doesn't look like you have any"
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: music box on October 21, 2008, 08:47:14 PM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepmom_(film)

I think it's just bad in a bad way though.

i love that movie. what the girl does to that bastard kid is priceless.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on November 01, 2008, 12:19:38 AM
I watched this today.
It was actually pretty good.
But I'll admit, it has it's...HAH...parts.
(http://www.horrorexpress.com/images/phenomena.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on November 09, 2008, 10:39:13 AM
Death Ship (not to be confused with Ghost Ship -- though the covers look eerily similar) is the best bad movie.  Nothing beats ghost ship-turned nazi torture ship.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on November 09, 2008, 12:45:30 PM
last house on the left was a bit painful to watch, but i ended up watching it til the end anyway.
the people under the stairs was terrible. the same thing happened.



did you also see the preview before the film for "last house on the left 2"?  because i'm pretty sure THAT was never made.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The King of Carrot Flowers on November 09, 2008, 06:39:02 PM
Don't forget Ed Wood. Plan 9 From Outer Space is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen and it isn't even a comedy.
I second Plan 9
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Musings on November 09, 2008, 06:50:24 PM
Death Ship (not to be confused with Ghost Ship -- though the covers look eerily similar) is the best bad movie.  Nothing beats ghost ship-turned nazi torture ship.

A better bad movie than Ring of Darkness?  Is that even possible?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The King of Carrot Flowers on November 09, 2008, 07:58:16 PM
Wizards isn't bad, but it's a little too grim to be enjoyable. I love it, though.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on November 09, 2008, 08:30:53 PM
Wizards isn't bad, but it's a little too grim to be enjoyable. I love it, though.

Psssht!  "Grim"?  Not even...
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: AnnaBeck on November 09, 2008, 08:33:29 PM
i have to say exorcist II the heretic
it's something beyond understanding
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on November 10, 2008, 08:55:58 AM
Don't forget Ed Wood. Plan 9 From Outer Space is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen and it isn't even a comedy.
I second Plan 9

Its a classic!

i have to say exorcist II the heretic
it's something beyond understanding

That is one truly shite movie!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: melissa on November 10, 2008, 12:27:36 PM
one word for you all:
VAMPIYAZ
"A hip-hop, ex-con returns to his former neighborhood and must team up with a group of vampire hunter-killers to rid the area of vampires whom have taken over the area."
it's good for some laughs though!

oh, and then there's the always fantastic BONES starring Snoop Dogg.  yum...  :buck2:
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: AnnaBeck on November 10, 2008, 01:22:31 PM
VAMPIYAZ


vampiyaz? what the fuck are vampiyaz? i hate hiphop-slang
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on November 10, 2008, 04:30:20 PM
i have to say exorcist II the heretic
it's something beyond understanding
I really like the soundtrack though.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on November 10, 2008, 07:09:27 PM
Death Ship (not to be confused with Ghost Ship -- though the covers look eerily similar) is the best bad movie.  Nothing beats ghost ship-turned nazi torture ship.

A better bad movie than Ring of Darkness?  Is that even possible?

Well, no.  Ring of Darkness only wins because of its use of 10-minute long walking scenes.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on November 10, 2008, 09:18:16 PM
I'll add Barbarella to this list.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Andy Pants on November 11, 2008, 12:45:12 AM
Sonatine!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: NastyEgo on November 11, 2008, 07:07:20 AM
Maybe it's already been mentioned, but so what. Cradle Of Fear. I don't know why Dani put this together but the effect is hilarious
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Pope Totalfrog on November 11, 2008, 07:10:05 AM
Maybe it's already been mentioned, but so what. Cradle Of Fear. I don't know why Dani put this together but the effect is hilarious

It has to be one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. I have a feeling he just put it together to stroke his massive ego. I am glad he did - it's always good for when I need a laugh >:D
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on November 11, 2008, 08:59:04 AM
Maybe it's already been mentioned, but so what. Cradle Of Fear. I don't know why Dani put this together but the effect is hilarious

It has to be one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. I have a feeling he just put it together to stroke his massive ego. I am glad he did - it's always good for when I need a laugh >:D

He is crap but it has the future Mrs Somewhatty in it... Emily Booth  O0

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/melt2.jpg)

Dammit where did I put those tissues!  >:D
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Haushinka on November 11, 2008, 01:15:34 PM
Maybe it's already been mentioned, but so what. Cradle Of Fear. I don't know why Dani put this together but the effect is hilarious

It has to be one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. I have a feeling he just put it together to stroke his massive ego. I am glad he did - it's always good for when I need a laugh >:D

He is crap but it has the future Mrs Somewhatty in it... Emily Booth  O0

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/melt2.jpg)

Dammit where did I put those tissues!  >:D

Can I take away 90% of her cool factor by telling you that she was mentioned in Eggheads last week?

I love Eggheads.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on November 11, 2008, 02:04:11 PM
Maybe it's already been mentioned, but so what. Cradle Of Fear. I don't know why Dani put this together but the effect is hilarious

It has to be one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. I have a feeling he just put it together to stroke his massive ego. I am glad he did - it's always good for when I need a laugh >:D

He is crap but it has the future Mrs Somewhatty in it... Emily Booth  O0

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/melt2.jpg)

Dammit where did I put those tissues!  >:D

Can I take away 90% of her cool factor by telling you that she was mentioned in Eggheads last week?

I love Eggheads.

No you can't! She will be mine! Mine I tell you! All mine!  >:D
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Haushinka on November 11, 2008, 02:25:19 PM
Maybe it's already been mentioned, but so what. Cradle Of Fear. I don't know why Dani put this together but the effect is hilarious

It has to be one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. I have a feeling he just put it together to stroke his massive ego. I am glad he did - it's always good for when I need a laugh >:D

He is crap but it has the future Mrs Somewhatty in it... Emily Booth  O0

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/melt2.jpg)

Dammit where did I put those tissues!  >:D

Can I take away 90% of her cool factor by telling you that she was mentioned in Eggheads last week?

I love Eggheads.

No you can't! She will be mine! Mine I tell you! All mine!  >:D

Dude, I only said Eggheads.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on November 11, 2008, 03:44:46 PM
Once Bitten with Jim Carrey
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on November 11, 2008, 05:15:17 PM
Maybe it's already been mentioned, but so what. Cradle Of Fear. I don't know why Dani put this together but the effect is hilarious

It has to be one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. I have a feeling he just put it together to stroke his massive ego. I am glad he did - it's always good for when I need a laugh >:D

He is crap but it has the future Mrs Somewhatty in it... Emily Booth  O0

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/melt2.jpg)

Dammit where did I put those tissues!  >:D

Can I take away 90% of her cool factor by telling you that she was mentioned in Eggheads last week?

I love Eggheads.
No you can't! She will be mine! Mine I tell you! All mine!  >:D
The restraining order suggests otherwise....  and didn't that one bodyguard say he was gonna,
um... relieve you of somethings you're rather fond of coughyernutscough if he catches you creeping
around under the hedges again?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on November 12, 2008, 08:42:58 AM
Maybe it's already been mentioned, but so what. Cradle Of Fear. I don't know why Dani put this together but the effect is hilarious

It has to be one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. I have a feeling he just put it together to stroke his massive ego. I am glad he did - it's always good for when I need a laugh >:D

He is crap but it has the future Mrs Somewhatty in it... Emily Booth  O0

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/melt2.jpg)

Dammit where did I put those tissues!  >:D

Can I take away 90% of her cool factor by telling you that she was mentioned in Eggheads last week?

I love Eggheads.
No you can't! She will be mine! Mine I tell you! All mine!  >:D
The restraining order suggests otherwise....  and didn't that one bodyguard say he was gonna,
um... relieve you of somethings you're rather fond of coughyernutscough if he catches you creeping
around under the hedges again?


Restraining order! haha that's all part of the game, its a sign of affection, like she is playing hard to get. Like I say she will be mine, all mine, mine I tell you, mine!

The voices in my head told me so
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: malcontent on November 12, 2008, 09:56:40 AM
Bitten with Jason Mewes

Poor guy will always be Jay in my mind but without the nasty long hair he is sexy as fucking hell.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on November 12, 2008, 06:55:51 PM
Bitten with Jason Mewes

Poor guy will always be Jay in my mind but without the nasty long hair he is sexy as fucking hell.

R.S.V.P. with Jason Mewes. 

I watched it mostly because I was once in love with the now deceased and ODed Glenn Quinn.  And also because I only like bad movies.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: malcontent on November 12, 2008, 10:49:20 PM
Definitely going to look for that...
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on November 13, 2008, 05:10:21 PM
Definitely going to look for that...

It's basically Jay in a horror movie. 
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: malcontent on November 13, 2008, 05:14:35 PM
hot. He looks smokin' soaked in fake blood. I'm morbid I know.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on November 13, 2008, 05:32:50 PM
If so, then I am morbid too.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: malcontent on November 13, 2008, 05:34:36 PM
we should have coffee together. heh.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on November 13, 2008, 06:04:10 PM
there is definitely no better way to discuss morbidity than over coffee
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Ashleetalks_toastronauts on November 13, 2008, 06:14:33 PM
My friends and I watched one of those class-B horror movies [which I admit,I do actually love] called "Gag".

We couldn't stop laughing long enough to see if it had anything decent in it...
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on November 14, 2008, 04:32:06 AM
why was Emily Booth mentioned on Eggheads? ( that programme is so blatently fixed by the way..... ever noticed how the eggheads get ridiculously easy questions if they are close to losing?)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on November 14, 2008, 07:22:39 AM
why was Emily Booth mentioned on Eggheads?

Who cares!?! Everytime she comes on the screen, so do I!  :D >:D :D
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Haushinka on November 14, 2008, 04:25:36 PM
why was Emily Booth mentioned on Eggheads? ( that programme is so blatently fixed by the way..... ever noticed how the eggheads get ridiculously easy questions if they are close to losing?)

I KNOW! My little brother gets so infuriated by it- though, once we managed to beat them. from my living room...

THey were asking something about midlands Tv and she was mentioned for interviewing or something... I've only ever seen her in the COF movie..
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lumdam on November 24, 2008, 03:36:30 PM
The Omega Man (Remake is I am Legend with Will Smith)

Charlton Heston playing an action hero and scientist and killing mutants for fun. The mutated people wear sunglasses but hate all other technology. Its such a mess and has a terrible ending but somehow its funny.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on November 24, 2008, 06:53:47 PM
I'm hoping I can say twilight here soon. Because I'm expecting it to be bad, but I want to like it.  :violent1:
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on November 27, 2008, 05:29:39 PM
(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/slashers-dvd.jpg)

I didn't expect mush from this micro budget movie & was pleasantly surprised. Slashers is a cheesy gore fest satire of reality TV taken to the nth degree. It has some original & clever ideas mixed in with the blood & mayhem.
Definatly worth a watch.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on November 27, 2008, 07:05:07 PM
I'm hoping I can say twilight here soon. Because I'm expecting it to be bad, but I want to like it.  :violent1:

I think it's time to say Twilight here?

EDIT:  I also must immediately add "Christmas Evil" to this list.  I am 5 minutes into it and it is terrible, but I can't stop watching.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on November 28, 2008, 03:04:18 AM
Valerie and Her Week of Wonders........... extremely odd film
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Edric. on November 28, 2008, 03:06:52 AM
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians

get it in time for the holiday season, it's made of win!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: onlytheoretical on November 28, 2008, 03:16:56 AM
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians

get it in time for the holiday season, it's made of win!

holy shit i LOVE that movie! i first saw that on mystery science theater, but it's actually hilarious on its own, it's so terrible!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on November 28, 2008, 03:36:48 PM
I think it's time to say Twilight here?
So...  It's Twilight Time?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Paul on November 28, 2008, 06:28:00 PM
My Dad recently came out of hospital after a serious illness, and I spent some time back at home with him. We spent much time watching films that were strangely enjoyable despite their godawfulness.

1) Alien vs. Predator

Surprisingly entertaining in a "switch your mind off and lock it in a cupboard" sort of way.

2) Resident Evil: Armageddon

Didn't have a clue what was going on. Basically Mad Max with zombies and telepathy.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on November 29, 2008, 04:44:36 PM
My Dad recently came out of hospital after a serious illness, and I spent some time back at home with him. We spent much time watching films that were strangely enjoyable despite their godawfulness.

1) Alien vs. Predator

Surprisingly entertaining in a "switch your mind off and lock it in a cupboard" sort of way.

2) Resident Evil: Armageddon

Didn't have a clue what was going on. Basically Mad Max with zombies and telepathy.
No Milla?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on November 30, 2008, 11:54:42 AM
I'm hoping I can say twilight here soon. Because I'm expecting it to be bad, but I want to like it.  :violent1:

I think it's time to say Twilight here?

EDIT:  I also must immediately add "Christmas Evil" to this list.  I am 5 minutes into it and it is terrible, but I can't stop watching.

I guess?
It was okay. Lopsided, and cheesy, and some horrid acting, but also some good acting. And I'm a dweeb.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Paul on November 30, 2008, 05:06:17 PM
My Dad recently came out of hospital after a serious illness, and I spent some time back at home with him. We spent much time watching films that were strangely enjoyable despite their godawfulness.

1) Alien vs. Predator

Surprisingly entertaining in a "switch your mind off and lock it in a cupboard" sort of way.

2) Resident Evil: Armageddon

Didn't have a clue what was going on. Basically Mad Max with zombies and telepathy.

No Milla?


Our Milla was still there of course, and still delectable, but it was still fantastically shit.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on November 30, 2008, 06:45:34 PM
I'm hoping I can say twilight here soon. Because I'm expecting it to be bad, but I want to like it.  :violent1:

I think it's time to say Twilight here?

EDIT:  I also must immediately add "Christmas Evil" to this list.  I am 5 minutes into it and it is terrible, but I can't stop watching.

I guess?
It was okay. Lopsided, and cheesy, and some horrid acting, but also some good acting. And I'm a dweeb.

Also, it had pretty people.  And I'm vain. 
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Andy Pants on November 30, 2008, 10:29:33 PM
Everything by Steven Spielberg with the exception of Schindlers List.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on November 30, 2008, 11:07:09 PM
Everything by Steven Spielberg with the exception of Schindlers List.
Actually, despite the rantings of a certain sort of cinephile, who insist that nothing that
achieves commercial success can possibly have any real value, several of Spielberg's
films have been quite good....

...and others have been...  well, entertaining.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Andy Pants on November 30, 2008, 11:48:54 PM
That's the only word I'd use to describe his other films. C'mon as if 'Jaws' is really a masterpiece of storytelling.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on November 30, 2008, 11:54:12 PM
I'm hoping I can say twilight here soon. Because I'm expecting it to be bad, but I want to like it.  :violent1:

I think it's time to say Twilight here?

EDIT:  I also must immediately add "Christmas Evil" to this list.  I am 5 minutes into it and it is terrible, but I can't stop watching.

I guess?
It was okay. Lopsided, and cheesy, and some horrid acting, but also some good acting. And I'm a dweeb.

Also, it had pretty people.  And I'm vain. 

Yes. Pretty indeed. I got giddy at the sight of Sam, because I am insane and the actor is a poet.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on December 01, 2008, 01:48:32 AM
Grease 2, and I stand by the fact that I enjoy it way more than the original.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Pelle on December 02, 2008, 06:24:26 PM
Judge Dredd, if you think it's a comedy (a friend and I laughed so hard whenever he said 'I am the law')
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: RatsRGods on December 02, 2008, 06:32:38 PM
Not sure if this was mentioned but

Freeway 2: Confessions of a Trickbaby.

Natasha Lyon and one guy that Chloe Sevigny gave a bj to on film is in it.

I have it on VHS!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: ratsforcandy on December 02, 2008, 06:44:05 PM
The Mortal Kombat Movies ;D
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Julie M. T. on December 09, 2008, 02:28:31 PM
sorry if this has been posted, don't have time to read all 9 pages, but if it has, it needs to be said again:

jesus christ vampire hunter

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LRIypcaIX4

"in the new millennium vampires no longer fear the sun...now they're going to learn its time to fear.......THE SON OF GOD."
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on December 09, 2008, 06:56:24 PM
The Hamiltons.  I think it was trying to be something but I'm not sure it became anything at all.

Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on December 09, 2008, 10:03:46 PM


Freeway 2: Confessions of a Trickbaby.


That shouldn't be in this thread as it's just a great movie!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on December 10, 2008, 02:30:06 AM


Freeway 2: Confessions of a Trickbaby.


That shouldn't be in this thread as it's just a great movie!
Agreed....the Grimms fairytale references were superb
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Twice Belladonna on December 15, 2008, 04:53:55 PM
Stripper Zombies.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on December 15, 2008, 04:55:05 PM
Stripper Zombies.

If you mean the Jenna Jameson/Robert England "classic" Zombie Strippers I mentioned it earlier in the thread.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Twice Belladonna on December 15, 2008, 05:14:17 PM
Stripper Zombies.

If you mean the Jenna Jameson/Robert England "classic" Zombie Strippers I mentioned it earlier in the thread.
you kick my ass.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on December 15, 2008, 05:16:41 PM

are you for real?! 
SOMEONE ELSE ACTUALLY REMEMBERS THIS FLICK!
GGHHHHaAAAAAAHHHH,
Lori Petty is the ultimate!!!!

Yes I truly liked the movie, the overblown musical number in the brothel is awesome.

Stripper Zombies.

If you mean the Jenna Jameson/Robert England "classic" Zombie Strippers I mentioned it earlier in the thread.
you kick my ass.

Sorry
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Twice Belladonna on December 15, 2008, 05:50:26 PM
Anything starring "Misty Mundae" (As one might guess, that's a stage name.)

It's all basically soft-core porn, but it's hysterical.
Specific titles....

Um...  Spider Babe was one...  Oh, and Lord of the G-Strings (Tolkien-parody!)

If we are going down the comedy soft porn road...
The CLASSIC

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/flesh20gordon20orig20320x240.jpg)

Penis fly traps, Dr Flexi Jerkoff, Penisaurs & ships that resemble... well... penises!

This one will be controversial as I know a lot of people just hated it

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/tank_girl_ver2.jpg)

Despite all its failings I enjoyed it.

Heh... Edward Penishands has some enjoyable moments.
"TANK GIRL",
are you for real?! 
SOMEONE ELSE ACTUALLY REMEMBERS THIS FLICK!
GGHHHHaAAAAAAHHHH,
Lori Petty is the ultimate!!!!
um, woah. everyone chill the fuck out. i own this on DVD and i love it to pieces. how ELSE would you have wanted them to make a Tank Girl movie? Lori Petty was ace and it was so 90's that it was disgustingly great.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on December 16, 2008, 12:39:15 AM

are you for real?! 
SOMEONE ELSE ACTUALLY REMEMBERS THIS FLICK!
GGHHHHaAAAAAAHHHH,
Lori Petty is the ultimate!!!!

Yes I truly liked the movie, the overblown musical number in the brothel is awesome.

Ya mean...  THIS one?   :D

http://www.youtube.com/v/tC_8HZ9ICl8

(but the version on the soundtrack album, by Joan Jett and Paul Westerberg, sounds better.)
http://www.youtube.com/v/DzsMGJ2Nw6o&feature=related
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on December 16, 2008, 11:57:49 AM

are you for real?! 
SOMEONE ELSE ACTUALLY REMEMBERS THIS FLICK!
GGHHHHaAAAAAAHHHH,
Lori Petty is the ultimate!!!!

Yes I truly liked the movie, the overblown musical number in the brothel is awesome.

Ya mean...  THIS one?   :D

http://www.youtube.com/v/tC_8HZ9ICl8

(but the version on the soundtrack album, by Joan Jett and Paul Westerberg, sounds better.)
http://www.youtube.com/v/DzsMGJ2Nw6o&feature=related

Yep that's it  O0

& yes the soundtrack album is awesome.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: demonscars on December 16, 2008, 12:02:13 PM
Tank Girl is totally awesome.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Twice Belladonna on December 16, 2008, 12:59:28 PM

are you for real?! 
SOMEONE ELSE ACTUALLY REMEMBERS THIS FLICK!
GGHHHHaAAAAAAHHHH,
Lori Petty is the ultimate!!!!

Yes I truly liked the movie, the overblown musical number in the brothel is awesome.

Ya mean...  THIS one?   :D

http://www.youtube.com/v/tC_8HZ9ICl8

(but the version on the soundtrack album, by Joan Jett and Paul Westerberg, sounds better.)
http://www.youtube.com/v/DzsMGJ2Nw6o&feature=related

Yep that's it  O0

& yes the soundtrack album is awesome.

VERUCA SALT THAT SHIT UP.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: yosmark on December 16, 2008, 09:14:34 PM
(http://dvd.denike.org/cache/img/9c4027163e04f05e607f7e785b557eaf.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on December 16, 2008, 10:05:57 PM
(http://dvd.denike.org/cache/img/9c4027163e04f05e607f7e785b557eaf.jpg)
agreed
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on December 17, 2008, 12:02:20 AM
(http://dvd.denike.org/cache/img/9c4027163e04f05e607f7e785b557eaf.jpg)
agreed
Couldn't fit the category much better, could it?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on December 17, 2008, 12:24:06 PM
(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/blackscorpionDVD.jpg)

Such a piss poor movie but I kinda liked it
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on December 17, 2008, 10:32:24 PM
(http://dvd.denike.org/cache/img/9c4027163e04f05e607f7e785b557eaf.jpg)
agreed
Couldn't fit the category much better, could it?
awesome soundtrack
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: yosmark on December 17, 2008, 10:42:20 PM
(http://dvd.denike.org/cache/img/9c4027163e04f05e607f7e785b557eaf.jpg)
agreed
Couldn't fit the category much better, could it?
awesome soundtrack

The soundtrack of that movie got me hooked to Steve Vai's Music, Drive the hell outta here is one fucking great song, I even bought one of Steve Vai's Cd's where all the songs he has ever performed as a soundtrack are.

"Final Guitar Solo + God Gave Rock & Roll to you Part II"  is the best closing soundtrack.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: lashingoutloud on December 19, 2008, 07:30:44 AM
Has ANYONE taken the time to watch the recent "Return to Sleepaway Camp"?  Is that on this list already?  It is terrible, but on purpose, I think.  I am putting it on this list anyway.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: yosmark on January 26, 2009, 01:57:06 AM
(http://www.impawards.com/1993/posters/rookie_of_the_year.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Molotovna on January 26, 2009, 08:54:14 AM
Has anyone seen the 3-d remake of of My Bloody Valentine yet?

I haven't, just looking for opinions.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The King of Carrot Flowers on January 26, 2009, 04:17:14 PM
Has anyone seen the 3-d remake of of My Bloody Valentine yet?

I haven't, just looking for opinions.
Terrible, I heard.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Molotovna on January 26, 2009, 08:44:49 PM
Has anyone seen the 3-d remake of of My Bloody Valentine yet?

I haven't, just looking for opinions.
Terrible, I heard.

Well, if you've seen the original, I think it probably follows in the same vein of badness that equals greatness.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on January 26, 2009, 11:59:27 PM
If anyone remembers (much less actually likes) Westerns, but hates all the cliches
that make them all seem identical:

(http://images.blockbuster.com/is/amg/dvd/cov150/drt400/t430/t43079fen0l.jpg)

This is a crappy screencap I found online...
(http://www.badmovieplanet.com/unknownmovies/pictures/rustlers4.jpg)

That's (from left)
Sela Ward (for anyone who wonders what Dr. House sees in her...)
Tom Berenger (pre-Platoon)
and Marilu Henner (still [swoon] 20 years later...)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The King of Carrot Flowers on January 27, 2009, 12:22:46 AM
Sela Ward!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: BaronLaCroix on January 27, 2009, 04:01:05 PM
Cazador De Espias!  I bought it at a gas station in a Spanish-speaking part of Chicago.  Not speaking Spanish makes it hard to follow, but sense: it makes none.
Mutant killer plants, masked wrestlers, masked villains, slapstick comedy, a man in a diving suit who's supposed to be a robot... and musical numbers!
It's got everything!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Bubblegum Britt on January 27, 2009, 05:10:42 PM
Shriek! If You Know What You Did Last Summer
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Jay_138 on January 27, 2009, 10:14:02 PM
the 1994 Fantastic 4 movie directed by Roger Corman....its lame in areas...but yet at the same time it kicks ass.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: FullmetalFrekel on January 28, 2009, 05:38:24 PM
Cube. Such a terrible plot and HORRIBLE actors, but good message about innocence and a few surprisingly interesting camera angles...considering it takes place in a giant cube. 

I watched it with my video class before we did a multicam. It's tradition to watch one of the Cube movies before the talent show every year...and it's terribly sad because my teacher has seen it so many times that he has picked up on EVERY little detail.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Bubblegum Britt on January 28, 2009, 05:44:33 PM
I liked Cube
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: FullmetalFrekel on January 28, 2009, 05:48:40 PM
I liked Cube

I thought it went on too long and had too much cliche drama. And the fact that there was no point kind of pissed me off...it just ripped away the little sense the movie was making. lol. I liked Kazan though...his representation of innocence was really good.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on January 28, 2009, 06:04:20 PM
Hawk the Slayer.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: yosmark on February 02, 2009, 04:57:17 AM
This one sucked really really hard, so hard that it worked, people are going to throw e-things at me but anyway:

(http://www.raindance.co.uk/site/picture/upload/image/resources/Abis%20Top%20Ten/breakfast%20club.jpg)

If AFP see this she is going to ban me.  :o

I watched it again on friday & I was like in the mood to feel it, it has this unreal parts that make me laugh.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Hannah672 on February 02, 2009, 08:59:48 AM
Hawk the Slayer.

my friends go ON AND ON about this film and how it is so so sooooo bad, but soo funny (so perfect for this thread i guess!)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on February 02, 2009, 09:58:47 AM
Cube. Such a terrible plot and HORRIBLE actors, but good message about innocence and a few surprisingly interesting camera angles...considering it takes place in a giant cube. 

I watched it with my video class before we did a multicam. It's tradition to watch one of the Cube movies before the talent show every year...and it's terribly sad because my teacher has seen it so many times that he has picked up on EVERY little detail.

I've seen all of the sequels, but never the original. The sequels are HORRID. I love them.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on February 02, 2009, 10:32:42 AM
Hawk the Slayer.

my friends go ON AND ON about this film and how it is so so sooooo bad, but soo funny (so perfect for this thread i guess!)
The special effects in it amount to silly string and bouncy balls.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on February 02, 2009, 11:27:09 AM
This one sucked really really hard, so hard that it worked, people are going to throw e-things at me but anyway:

(http://www.raindance.co.uk/site/picture/upload/image/resources/Abis%20Top%20Ten/breakfast%20club.jpg)

If AFP see this she is going to ban me.  :o

I watched it again on friday & I was like in the mood to feel it, it has this unreal parts that make me laugh.

[slap] [slap!] [slap!!]   :angryfire:
Take it back, or you'll get slapped some more!   >:(
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Mockery on February 02, 2009, 11:33:30 AM
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/2/25/Fantastic_Planet_2.jpg)
Fantastic Planet
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: yosmark on February 02, 2009, 10:51:59 PM
This one sucked really really hard, so hard that it worked, people are going to throw e-things at me but anyway:

(http://www.raindance.co.uk/site/picture/upload/image/resources/Abis%20Top%20Ten/breakfast%20club.jpg)

If AFP see this she is going to ban me.  :o

I watched it again on friday & I was like in the mood to feel it, it has this unreal parts that make me laugh.

[slap] [slap!] [slap!!]   :angryfire:
Take it back, or you'll get slapped some more!   >:(

But... I was just being honest, it suck and you know it!

*avoids slaps*
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: hateandjealousy on February 02, 2009, 10:56:31 PM
This one sucked really really hard, so hard that it worked, people are going to throw e-things at me but anyway:

(http://www.raindance.co.uk/site/picture/upload/image/resources/Abis%20Top%20Ten/breakfast%20club.jpg)

If AFP see this she is going to ban me.  :o

I watched it again on friday & I was like in the mood to feel it, it has this unreal parts that make me laugh.

[slap] [slap!] [slap!!]   :angryfire:
Take it back, or you'll get slapped some more!   >:(

But... I was just being honest, it suck and you know it!

*avoids slaps*
how could you say that?!? want to see a bad movie that is bad enough to be good, Blade 3.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: TeaTime on February 02, 2009, 11:50:45 PM
More recently, Doomsday. fantasitically camp.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on February 03, 2009, 12:50:19 AM
This one sucked really really hard, so hard that it worked, people are going to throw e-things at me but anyway:

(http://www.raindance.co.uk/site/picture/upload/image/resources/Abis%20Top%20Ten/breakfast%20club.jpg)

If AFP see this she is going to ban me.  :o

I watched it again on friday & I was like in the mood to feel it, it has this unreal parts that make me laugh.

[slap] [slap!] [slap!!]   :angryfire:
Take it back, or you'll get slapped some more!   >:(

But... I was just being honest, it suck and you know it!

*avoids slaps*
Avoid the slaps will you?  I'll teach you to avoid my slaps...
[gets aluminum baseball bat]  :knuppel2:
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: hateandjealousy on February 03, 2009, 03:18:53 PM
doomsday was great and bad. in a very similar vane Road Warrior. but I don't thinks doomsday was supposed to be good, I think it did exactly what it meant to.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Devery on February 03, 2009, 05:17:28 PM
i have to say exorcist II the heretic
it's something beyond understanding

I remember only two things about this movie, and both were cringe-inducing.  First, the locust buzzing along the center of the screen at the beginning of the movie as a portent of ancient and evil things and, second, the great scene where the greatest worst bad actor of all time, Richard Burton, as the priest, sitting in the front of the bus (while Linda Blair is somewhere behind him) all of a sudden blurts out (to the bus driver? to God? to the devil? to the audience?) "THE GIRL MUST GO HOME!!".  An all-time classic of bad cinema.

But I cite this only as a lead-in to the greatest bad movie of all time:  CLEOPATRA.  Richard Burton at his ham-fisted and blathering best.  Elizabeth Taylor as the powerful and sexy queen spends the entire movie just standing around.  IF you and your friends are looking for a movie for that perfect Mystery Science Theater 3000 experience, this one is it.  Although 4 hours is a bit much.  When I saw it with my friends, we had to take an hour break in the middle and then we were able to attack it with renewed vigor.  The only other movie we had as much fun with (due to bad acting, abyssmal dialogue and a plot to drive trucks through) was "The Lost Angel" with Judd Nelson ("The Breakfast Club") as an FBI priest (???) who actually just pops in now and again with no real impact, another example of using a "name" actor in order to get the movie made. 
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: BaronLaCroix on February 04, 2009, 08:09:12 AM
i have to say exorcist II the heretic
it's something beyond understanding

I remember only two things about this movie, and both were cringe-inducing.  First, the locust buzzing along the center of the screen at the beginning of the movie as a portent of ancient and evil things and, second, the great scene where the greatest worst bad actor of all time, Richard Burton, as the priest, sitting in the front of the bus (while Linda Blair is somewhere behind him) all of a sudden blurts out (to the bus driver? to God? to the devil? to the audience?) "THE GIRL MUST GO HOME!!".  An all-time classic of bad cinema.

But I cite this only as a lead-in to the greatest bad movie of all time:  CLEOPATRA.  Richard Burton at his ham-fisted and blathering best.  Elizabeth Taylor as the powerful and sexy queen spends the entire movie just standing around.  IF you and your friends are looking for a movie for that perfect Mystery Science Theater 3000 experience, this one is it.  Although 4 hours is a bit much.  When I saw it with my friends, we had to take an hour break in the middle and then we were able to attack it with renewed vigor.  The only other movie we had as much fun with (due to bad acting, abyssmal dialogue and a plot to drive trucks through) was "The Lost Angel" with Judd Nelson ("The Breakfast Club") as an FBI priest (???) who actually just pops in now and again with no real impact, another example of using a "name" actor in order to get the movie made. 
Not a bad movie exactly, but one which lends itself exceptionally (and oddly) well to MST3King* is The Agony & The Ecstasy, with Charlton Heston as Michaelangelo painting the roof of the Sistine Chapel.  About twelve years ago my friend Sam & I watched it, and at one point I just burst out "Get your hands off me you damn dirty Pope!"
It was downhill from there.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: yosmark on February 04, 2009, 07:47:08 PM
This one sucked really really hard, so hard that it worked, people are going to throw e-things at me but anyway:

(http://www.raindance.co.uk/site/picture/upload/image/resources/Abis%20Top%20Ten/breakfast%20club.jpg)

If AFP see this she is going to ban me.  :o

I watched it again on friday & I was like in the mood to feel it, it has this unreal parts that make me laugh.

[slap] [slap!] [slap!!]   :angryfire:
Take it back, or you'll get slapped some more!   >:(

But... I was just being honest, it suck and you know it!

*avoids slaps*
Avoid the slaps will you?  I'll teach you to avoid my slaps...
[gets aluminum baseball bat]  :knuppel2:

Ok ok:
The breakfast club is such a great movie, everything in it is perfect, the script, the characters, god I wish there were more movies like this one.

Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Mockery on February 04, 2009, 08:28:27 PM
Did anyone mention the Twilight movie?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Mockery on February 05, 2009, 09:40:00 PM
Sorry for the double post buit I just had to add this!

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/e6/AI_Poster.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: demonscars on February 06, 2009, 01:18:16 PM
Sorry for the double post buit I just had to add this!

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/e6/AI_Poster.jpg)

I think this qualifies more as so bad it's just bad.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: My Two Innings on February 11, 2009, 02:26:14 PM
The Postman
Erik the Viking
Summer Catch
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on February 11, 2009, 02:29:00 PM
(http://www.abandomoviez.net/db/foto/robotholocaust.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: BaronLaCroix on February 11, 2009, 03:21:09 PM
(http://www.abandomoviez.net/db/foto/robotholocaust.jpg)
That looks awesome!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on February 11, 2009, 06:11:54 PM
(http://www.horror-movies.ca/albums/userpics/Jesus_Christ_Vampire_Hunter_copy.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Mockery on February 11, 2009, 06:35:48 PM
Sorry for the double post buit I just had to add this!

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/e6/AI_Poster.jpg)

I think this qualifies more as so bad it's just bad.

You might have a point there.  It started out okay but towards the end, I was just "WTF!?!"

(http://www.horror-movies.ca/albums/userpics/Jesus_Christ_Vampire_Hunter_copy.jpg)

.......Please tell me this is a joke.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on February 11, 2009, 06:39:20 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIEBtGvKIUg
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Mockery on February 11, 2009, 08:07:35 PM
Well there goes my faith in hummanity.

Again.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on February 12, 2009, 12:42:29 PM
You're to be congratulated on having any for it at this point.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Jay_138 on February 12, 2009, 02:50:09 PM
i dunno if i mentioned this movie already...but the movie Funland starring david lander who was squiggy on lavern and shirley...he plays a killer clown in it...however for a killer clown squiggy film this movie is so terrible its good...for a killer clown he is really bad at it as he only kills 1 person in the whole movie!! and its not untill the end!!!! and one of the main plot points in the movie is he talks to a wax statue of humphrey bogart....*sigh*
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Chay on February 12, 2009, 02:53:53 PM
has anyone seen The Happening with Mark Whalberg? it's a newer film... a bunch of my friends and i went to see it on my 19th birthday last year. it was supposed to be scary. the acting was so horrendous that we just sat there and laughed our asses off despite the fact that people were all dying. omfg... if you haven't seen it, go rent it. you'll see what i mean about the bad acting... you can't help but like it just because it's so fucking pathetic and funny!!!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Mockery on February 12, 2009, 04:48:06 PM
You're to be congratulated on having any for it at this point.
There is still some.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on February 12, 2009, 08:10:25 PM
Ed Wood
It's about screenwriter, director, producer, actor, author and editor, Edward D. Wood Jr.
All I'll say is that it's basically a cheesy film (obviously done purposely)
about an incredibly awkward man and his visions (he likes angora too...).
I've been reading up on Wood and he actually has quite the cult following.
This film is a Tim Burton picture, starring Johnny Depp.
Ed Wood (the movie) wasn't all that bad...  Ed Wood's own movies, however, generally
qualify for this thread.


Also:
Kiss Meets The Phantom Of The Park
(http://www.yammeringmagpie.com/catalog/images/kiss-phantom-new.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Jay_138 on February 12, 2009, 10:23:51 PM
Ed Wood
It's about screenwriter, director, producer, actor, author and editor, Edward D. Wood Jr.
All I'll say is that it's basically a cheesy film (obviously done purposely)
about an incredibly awkward man and his visions (he likes angora too...).
I've been reading up on Wood and he actually has quite the cult following.
This film is a Tim Burton picture, starring Johnny Depp.
Ed Wood (the movie) wasn't all that bad...  Ed Wood's own movies, however, generally
qualify for this thread.


Also:
Kiss Meets The Phantom Of The Park
(http://www.yammeringmagpie.com/catalog/images/kiss-phantom-new.jpg)

i was proud to buy a bootleg of this about 7 years ago at a comic book convention. and i must say, what isnt there to love about this crap film...from the fact that peter criss dosent have one actuall speaking part as all of his lines were overdubbed by a voice actor. and ace's stunt man is stick thin and black. and genes growls during it...just camp and more camp....

also, i wish to add the movie UHF to this thread, its bad, but its friggin awesome at the same time, i was just watching the movie tonight.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: slinkster on February 12, 2009, 10:28:27 PM
even cowgirls get the blues.
so, so, so ridiculously bad it's good.  :uglystupid2:
totally nutty.....poor acting, and i don't remember much of the storyline apart that there were gay cowgirls and uma thurman had a huge thumb  :headbang:
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Jrlxcg1r5jY (http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Jrlxcg1r5jY) trailer here

like.. based on the book by tom robbins??
i didn't know it was a movie. hm. i might have to get my hands on that.

i didn't read to see if anyone mentioned it but, how 'bout TEETH.
hhahaha:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH8yuld4DUE
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: BaronLaCroix on February 13, 2009, 01:40:49 AM
even cowgirls get the blues.
so, so, so ridiculously bad it's good.  :uglystupid2:
totally nutty.....poor acting, and i don't remember much of the storyline apart that there were gay cowgirls and uma thurman had a huge thumb  :headbang:
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Jrlxcg1r5jY (http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Jrlxcg1r5jY) trailer here

like.. based on the book by tom robbins??
i didn't know it was a movie. hm. i might have to get my hands on that.

i didn't read to see if anyone mentioned it but, how 'bout TEETH.
hhahaha:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH8yuld4DUE

I don't know that Teeth qualified as So Bad it's Good.  I think it's just good.
That's my 4.7 cents.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on February 13, 2009, 12:37:25 PM
You're to be congratulated on having any for it at this point.
There is still some.
Example?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Mockery on February 13, 2009, 03:08:21 PM
You're to be congratulated on having any for it at this point.
There is still some.
Example?
My family. My sister with her five kids whom she loves dearly. My wonderful father. My brother and his wife with her very smart kids.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: BaronLaCroix on February 14, 2009, 12:31:17 AM
(http://www.horror-movies.ca/albums/userpics/Jesus_Christ_Vampire_Hunter_copy.jpg)

.......Please tell me this is a joke.

Actually, I just (literally) watched this on Netflix Instant, and honestly, it's really good.  It has flaws typical of a movie that knows how bad it is, but if you get past the technical problems (a small miracle), it's both entertaining and enriching. 
I especially like the exchange:
Jesus: But why lesbians?
Bad guy: They're deviants, no one will miss them.
Jesus: There's nothing deviant about love.
El Santo: You tell them Jesus!  The truth is as bitter to them as garlic!

Which reminds me:
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/c4/WildzeroDVDscan.jpg)
Love knows no boarders, nationalities or genders!  DO IT!!!!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on February 14, 2009, 12:34:03 AM
You're to be congratulated on having any for it at this point.
There is still some.
Example?
My family. My sister with her five kids whom she loves dearly. My wonderful father. My brother and his wife with her very smart kids.
They just haven't been pushed yet.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Bubblegum Britt on February 14, 2009, 03:29:28 AM
You're to be congratulated on having any for it at this point.
There is still some.
Example?
My family. My sister with her five kids whom she loves dearly. My wonderful father. My brother and his wife with her very smart kids.
They just haven't been pushed yet.

Fergus, honestly. I know this is extremely off-topic, and forgive me for contributing to the derailment of the thread, but when I see my darling two year old niece, the only source of comfort and hope I have sometimes, I don't think about what she'd do if she's "pushed." I don't know what or whom or how or where you got soooooo...ummm negative isn't the word for it...misanthropic, is a word you like to throw around, so I'll use that. I don't know how you got so misanthropic, and I don't see how you can live in a world with people if you only think the very worst of them.  I consider you my friend, and I respect you dearly, but I mean, really? There's an entirely different perspective of seeing things.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: slinkster on February 14, 2009, 11:09:51 AM
even cowgirls get the blues.
so, so, so ridiculously bad it's good.  :uglystupid2:
totally nutty.....poor acting, and i don't remember much of the storyline apart that there were gay cowgirls and uma thurman had a huge thumb  :headbang:
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Jrlxcg1r5jY (http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Jrlxcg1r5jY) trailer here

like.. based on the book by tom robbins??
i didn't know it was a movie. hm. i might have to get my hands on that.

i didn't read to see if anyone mentioned it but, how 'bout TEETH.
hhahaha:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH8yuld4DUE

I don't know that Teeth qualified as So Bad it's Good.  I think it's just good.
That's my 4.7 cents.

so weird it's good then? hah. that might be more fitting.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on February 14, 2009, 12:54:23 PM
You're to be congratulated on having any for it at this point.
There is still some.
Example?
My family. My sister with her five kids whom she loves dearly. My wonderful father. My brother and his wife with her very smart kids.
They just haven't been pushed yet.

Fergus, honestly. I know this is extremely off-topic, and forgive me for contributing to the derailment of the thread, but when I see my darling two year old niece, the only source of comfort and hope I have sometimes, I don't think about what she'd do if she's "pushed." I don't know what or whom or how or where you got soooooo...ummm negative isn't the word for it...misanthropic, is a word you like to throw around, so I'll use that. I don't know how you got so misanthropic, and I don't see how you can live in a world with people if you only think the very worst of them.  I consider you my friend, and I respect you dearly, but I mean, really? There's an entirely different perspective of seeing things.
People will eat each other alive, given the chance.

Also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZwc2hAcLBw&feature=PlayList&p=61C5BF3D596A5DC2&playnext=1&index=36
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: yosmark on April 21, 2009, 12:36:17 AM
(http://www.impawards.com/1997/posters/romy_and_micheles_high_school_reunion.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Captain Oblivious on April 21, 2009, 01:04:41 PM
Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter.
The title tells you everything except that all of the vampires are lesbians.

It's really really funny, go watch it.

Also, Chay, I saw the happening in the cinema, SO SHIT. Couldn't even laugh, was just in shock
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: hateandjealousy on April 21, 2009, 01:08:46 PM
Quote from: Roisin link=topic=5590.msg222441#msg222441 date=1240333481

Also, Chay, I saw the happening in the cinema, SO SHIT. Couldn't even laugh, was just in shock
[/quote
I got yelled at by people in the movie theater at that one, I couldn't help but burst into laughter every time some died or talked or walked did I mention when the talked? worst acting Marky Mark ever did.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on April 21, 2009, 05:28:10 PM
Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter.
The title tells you everything except that all of the vampires are lesbians.

It's really really funny, go watch it.

Also, Chay, I saw the happening in the cinema, SO SHIT. Couldn't even laugh, was just in shock
Ha ha! Beat you too it a few pages ago! Bad Movie Man strikes again! *briefly twirls moustache, then dives out window and escapes*[/scene]
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Captain Oblivious on April 21, 2009, 05:35:00 PM
Damn you.

What a good film, though. I have other bad Japanese ones, but I haven't seen them yet lol.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on April 21, 2009, 05:36:34 PM
Ha ha! Japanes Film Industry Man-

Argh, forget it...
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Kyal on April 26, 2009, 01:50:28 AM
I'm a little lost for the title but I remeber clearly these words.

1- "You know what I smell?"
2- "What?"
1- "Sweet potato pie."
2- "I think I hear a train coming"
1- "What you call me?"

As vauge as it may seem it's pretty nasty to get through but you'd be glad you watched it in the end.
I'll remeber the name sooner or later.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: imaginary friend on April 26, 2009, 12:43:40 PM
Doomsday. Yeah, it's a total 28 Days Later/Resident Evil ripoff, but it's an entertaining one. I'd watch it again.  :)

#@!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Molotovna on April 27, 2009, 07:12:38 PM
I Married a Monster From Outer Space!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on April 27, 2009, 10:21:05 PM
I Married a Monster From Outer Space!
Earth Girls Are Easy...  O0  Jim Carrey before anyone knew who the hell he is.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Kyal on April 29, 2009, 12:00:52 AM
Well I never remebered the name of that moive but I'm actually just really lazy.


after watching 20 to 1 last night I remebered.
"Priscilla Queen of the Desert"
It's a total cringe fest but I love it, Australian Budget Films FTW.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: caffineoddities on April 30, 2009, 10:08:40 AM
The Toxic Avenger, or pretty much any of the Troma films really.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on April 30, 2009, 05:50:42 PM
I think I'll put Twilight down here please. It's so bloody silly I was laughing the whole way through.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Jay_138 on May 05, 2009, 12:51:34 AM
the new Punisher: War Zone
Gen X the movie (everybody had the exact same power)
Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D starring David Hasslhoff
Mallrats
Captain America 1 (for the love of god...Red Skull is suddenly ITALIAN in that movie!!!!! that alone is instant comedy)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Molotovna on May 05, 2009, 02:00:54 PM
This fits the 'films so unbelievably bad' part, but not the 'they are good' part.

The Omega Man
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: PinkOnBlack on May 05, 2009, 03:53:21 PM
The Dentist

Killer Clowns from Outer Space

She-Devil
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: hateandjealousy on May 05, 2009, 11:43:58 PM
the new Punisher: War Zone
Gen X the movie (everybody had the exact same power)
Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D starring David Hasslhoff
Mallrats
Captain America 1 (for the love of god...Red Skull is suddenly ITALIAN in that movie!!!!! that alone is instant comedy)
I love Mallrats that movies genius, most of Kevin Smiths movies are.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Molotovna on June 02, 2009, 12:24:03 PM
I didn't know where else to put this, but I watched I Spit on Your Grave last night, and it was brutal. I usually am not too bothered by watching rape in films, but that movie was probably the most uncomfortable film I've ever seen.

Note to future viewers; do not watch this by yourself. My brother walked in during the second rape scene, but went to bed right after. Not that I want to watch some girl get raped with my brother in the room, really, but it was awkward.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Alyss on June 07, 2009, 03:24:40 AM
Sounds like my kind of film.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on February 05, 2010, 11:33:01 AM
Yep i'm resurrecting this thread  :D

I have been watching a load of "classic" 80s horror this week (Superstition, Class Of 1984, Brain Damage, hell even Q The Winged Serpent) but this film was made for this thread

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/nightofthedemons.jpg)

Not only is it so corny it's superb but it has this classic scene (NSFW)

http://www.youtube.com/watch/v/kAu-EApWTJ4

Any film with a hot goth (who is demonically possessed) dancing to Bauhaus' Awesome Stigmata Martyr & then ripping the tongue out of some guy gets a big thumbs up from me  O0

Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on February 05, 2010, 12:56:43 PM
Liek OMG, it's Linnea Quigley....  (well, not in that clip, I don't think....)

(Somehow, I'd bet she hasn't aged well...)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Breschau on February 05, 2010, 01:52:24 PM
Hercules in New York, for one of the finest fight scenes in cinematic history.  Anyone that's seen it will know the one I mean.

Those that haven't can find it here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4Red6g9MS0) (embedding disabled apparently).
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on February 05, 2010, 03:38:43 PM
Hercules in New York, for one of the finest fight scenes in cinematic history.  Anyone that's seen it will know the one I mean.

Those that haven't can find it here (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4Red6g9MS0) (embedding disabled apparently).
i'd forgotten this movie even existed. :headbang:
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on February 05, 2010, 04:03:04 PM
Liek OMG, it's Linnea Quigley....  (well, not in that clip, I don't think....)

(Somehow, I'd bet she hasn't aged well...)

No that's Mimi Kinkade (star of all 3 NOTD movies & now a pet psychic) but Miss Quigley does do something "unusual" with some lipstick in the film  :o

As for how she has aged

Miss Quigley in her heyday

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/linnea-quigley-2-sized.jpg)

& now

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/Linnea_Quigley_2.jpg)

She is still making low budget horror films
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on February 05, 2010, 04:12:59 PM
Ya know...  She & Bruce Campbell would probably have the most amazing kids....
Like B-movie Barrymores.


Oh, in case I haven't mentioned her here before, any of the professionally-made
(yet still low-budget) films featuring Misty Mundae (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0612691/)...

I haven't seen anything she's done since about '04, but the ones I know are all
brilliant for their genre (that being softcore spoof horror/adventure...).
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on February 05, 2010, 08:23:57 PM
Ya know...  She & Bruce Campbell would probably have the most amazing kids....
Like B-movie Barrymores.


Oh, in case I haven't mentioned her here before, any of the professionally-made
(yet still low-budget) films featuring Misty Mundae (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0612691/)...

I haven't seen anything she's done since about '04, but the ones I know are all
brilliant for their genre (that being softcore spoof horror/adventure...).

Miss Quigley's crown has been taken by a new scream queen, the awesome Tiffany Shepis

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/big7116.jpg)

Star of such "greats" as Basement Jack, Chainsaw Cheerleaders, Dorm of The Dead & Strippers vs. Zombies

Misty Mundae makes really, really, really bad softcore lesbian flicks that are utterly awful
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: imaginary friend on February 05, 2010, 09:43:12 PM
Night of the Demons does indeed rule.
 
  :glasses9:

#@!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: pawni on February 09, 2010, 01:34:48 PM
I'm probably going to get beatings for this, but Van Helsing. The terrible one with Hugh Jackman and Richard Roxburgh with the worst Transylvanian accent ever. And I love it.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: spider jerusalem on February 09, 2010, 01:44:58 PM
Thank Girl.

Yeah. It is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo awful that I love it. Also, Re-Animator.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Paul Jon on February 09, 2010, 03:56:25 PM
(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/c/c8/Hawk-Slayer.jpg/200px-Hawk-Slayer.jpg)
Complete with that elf jumping over that log... over and over and over...
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Andy Pants on February 11, 2010, 03:58:29 AM
Almost every porno ever made.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: jtaylor on February 11, 2010, 04:07:59 AM
I watched the trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine today.  It might fall into this category, or it could just be mostly bad I don't know.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: FrailAndBedazzled on February 18, 2010, 10:45:19 AM
I'm probably going to get beatings for this, but Van Helsing. The terrible one with Hugh Jackman and Richard Roxburgh with the worst Transylvanian accent ever. And I love it.
Nothing is worse than Van Helsing.  Absolutely nothing.  If I can find it, somewhere on youtube there is a clip of a friend of mine doing her dramatic re-enactment of Van Helsing.  It boiled down to a lot of boob action and not much else.  But it was funny.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on February 18, 2010, 12:56:58 PM
I'm probably going to get beatings for this, but Van Helsing. The terrible one with Hugh Jackman and Richard Roxburgh with the worst Transylvanian accent ever. And I love it.
Nothing is worse than Van Helsing.  Absolutely nothing.  If I can find it, somewhere on youtube there is a clip of a friend of mine doing her dramatic re-enactment of Van Helsing.  It boiled down to a lot of boob action and not much else.  But it was funny.
Van Helsing had a multitude of flaws.....
It also had Kate Beckinsale in that tight strappy/buckle-y thing, and Josie Maran (and those
two other ladies) in gauzy/cleavage-y Bride-of-the-Monster outfits....  I call it even.

(...although, I actually rather preferred Colleen Fitzpatrick in Dracula 2000....)


....and seriously, while he does nothing for me as a sex object, if I could be someone-else,
(and I felt so inclined) Hugh Jackman would be very close to the top of the list.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: FrailAndBedazzled on February 18, 2010, 01:15:30 PM
Kate Beckinsale has the acting talent of the table upon which my laptop sits.  She's not just wooden; she's wood-patterned plastic, which, incidentally, is what her tits look like in that corset.  And Hugh Jackman is utterly awful in it (and, even for sex object status, looks like hell) no matter how good he is normally.
The brides were just stupid.  I know straight men who couldn't get over how utterly pointless they were and just look at the nice titties.  It was just awful.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on February 18, 2010, 01:32:39 PM
Kate Beckinsale [blah blah blah] tits... corset.  [blah blah blah] nice titties.
See? You just have to look at them it the right way, and it's not such a bad film.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: FrailAndBedazzled on February 18, 2010, 01:54:56 PM
Okay, I'll rephrase
KATE BECKINSALES TITS LOOK LIKE CONDOMS FILLED WITH COCAINE IN THAT MOVIE.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: spider jerusalem on February 18, 2010, 06:59:11 PM
Okay, I'll rephrase
KATE BECKINSALES TITS LOOK LIKE CONDOMS FILLED WITH COCAINE IN THAT MOVIE.

I'm straight and I found this film so awful that I can't remember how her tits looked like. 
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Mockery on February 20, 2010, 10:09:26 PM
The only movie I can really thing of is Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Oh wait!
(http://i43.tinypic.com/21mtgdk.jpg)
This movie makes no sense and its silly and stupid but its fun stupid.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: FrailAndBedazzled on February 22, 2010, 11:30:25 AM
I spent 99% of my Saturday morning watching Mystery Science Theater 3000, ranging from "Ring of Terror" to "The Horrors of Spider Island".  Which included almost no spiders and even fewer horrors. 
Crow: "This part doesn't have spiders OR bikini girls.  I'm beginning to think there's no point to this at all!" 
Or, possibly better
*bikini girls dancing for about five minutes straight*
Servo: THE HORRORS OF SPIDER ISLAND.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on February 22, 2010, 12:06:56 PM
I spent 99% of my Saturday morning watching Mystery Science Theater 3000, ranging from "Ring of Terror" to "The Horrors of Spider Island".  Which included almost no spiders and even fewer horrors. 
Crow: "This part doesn't have spiders OR bikini girls.  I'm beginning to think there's no point to this at all!" 
Or, possibly better
*bikini girls dancing for about five minutes straight*
Servo: THE HORRORS OF SPIDER ISLAND.
I didn't think Spider Island was one of MST3K's shining achievements....
I blame it mostly on the abominable print of the original "horror" film: the picture was
so bad you couldn't see the bikini girls  :'( or much of the crappy "FX" or notice that
the dialog was dubbed...

(Here, a better bikini-girl from a sorry film [DOA, the fight-game adaptation from a few years ago]
(http://www.filmwad.com/ul/823-550x-74107_sarah_carter_dead_or_alive_02_549lo.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: FrailAndBedazzled on February 22, 2010, 03:00:18 PM
We noticed pretty early on that the dialogue was dubbed.  I enjoyed watching it well enough.  But mostly for the stuff at the end:
"He can only be destroyed by fire."
"SINCE.  WHEN."

Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: MauraLeeBee on March 03, 2010, 06:31:14 PM
I don't know if anyone's seen it, but I think one of the worst movies (after Paranormal Activity and the new King Kong) that I've ever seen is Palindromes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-rNPobK4lQ

Such a bad movie. It's odd, because it's actually advertised on the back of the DVD as a comedy. However, it's only funny at three in the morning with a group of people, just because it's so terrible. xD
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on March 03, 2010, 07:37:51 PM
I don't know if anyone's seen it, but I think one of the worst movies (after Paranormal Activity and the new King Kong) that I've ever seen is Palindromes.

http://www.youtube.com/v/lBT0Ofh90G4

Such a bad movie. It's odd, because it's actually advertised on the back of the DVD as a comedy. However, it's only funny at three in the morning with a group of people, just because it's so terrible. xD

I'll P.M. ya how that's done......

(I actually had to use the other clip, since whoever posted the one you used disabled embedding.....)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on March 04, 2010, 02:58:15 AM
Any of dario Argento's films...they are superb but in a really bad way...
P.s. the girl from Night of the Demans is sooo much like most of my ex girlfriends....
P.P.S.... van Helsing was cheesier than Stinky Bishop, but at least had fun with the old  monsters... it was nice to see a kind of steampunk Frankenstein's monster that was intelligent
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: spider jerusalem on March 04, 2010, 08:27:48 AM
Any of dario Argento's films...they are superb but in a really bad way...
P.s. the girl from Night of the Demans is sooo much like most of my ex girlfriends....
P.P.S.... van Helsing was cheesier than Stinky Bishop, but at least had fun with the old  monsters... it was nice to see a kind of steampunk Frankenstein's monster that was intelligent

Earlier Argento's aren't that terrible (no pun intended). But keeping in the horror flicks, I'd recommend Gore Gore Girls.  ;D
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on March 04, 2010, 12:31:09 PM
Any of dario Argento's films...they are superb but in a really bad way...
P.s. the girl from Night of the Demans is sooo much like most of my ex girlfriends....
P.P.S.... van Helsing was cheesier than Stinky Bishop, but at least had fun with the old  monsters... it was nice to see a kind of steampunk Frankenstein's monster that was intelligent

Earlier Argento's aren't that terrible (no pun intended). But keeping in the horror flicks, I'd recommend Gore Gore Girls.  ;D

Argento's early movies are awesome, Suspiria, Tenenbrae, Opera, Bird With The Crystal Plumage were all great. Shame about his recent output, consistantly shit.
Gore Gore Girls is great but I Drink Your Blood is better (in a fucked up this is godawful kinda way)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: spider jerusalem on March 04, 2010, 12:48:36 PM
Gore Gore Girls is great but I Drink Your Blood is better (in a fucked up this is godawful kinda way)

hmmmm. will have a look on that one
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on March 05, 2010, 02:23:23 AM
Suspiria is indeed awesome but only in a way that particular people would appreciate....to the uninitiated his films can look bizarre and disjointed
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: l i s a on March 05, 2010, 05:23:21 AM
Corpse Bride    O0
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Vinny on March 05, 2010, 03:29:37 PM
Corpse Bride    O0

A-- Y-- Bu-- Ho-- No-- Wh-- Tim Burton! :o
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on March 05, 2010, 05:23:31 PM
avatar was pretty amazing visually, if you turn the sound off so you miss the 'white guilt' plot.

saw alice in wonderland in 3-d last night.  can't figure out which movie was prettier, although to be honest the script left some to be desired, but then it is a burton film, and therefore the script is gonna be pretty secondary.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on March 05, 2010, 06:46:16 PM
Suspiria is indeed awesome but only in a way that particular people would appreciate....to the uninitiated his films can look bizarre and disjointed

Compared to some Italian filmmakers (Lucio Fulci, Joe D'mato & the Ed Wood of Italian horror Bruno Mattei) I would say Argento's work is pretty coherent, except maybe Phenomenon.

Or maybe I just have an unhealthy love of trash Italian 70s & 80s horror.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on March 05, 2010, 06:54:07 PM
Suspiria is indeed awesome but only in a way that particular people would appreciate....to the uninitiated his films can look bizarre and disjointed

Compared to some Italian filmmakers (Lucio Fulci, Joe D'mato & the Ed Wood of Italian horror Bruno Mattei) I would say Argento's work is pretty coherent, except maybe Phenomenon.

Or maybe I just have an unhealthy love of trash Italian 70s & 80s horror.
Sure, but do they have hot daughters?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: spider jerusalem on March 05, 2010, 11:59:20 PM
Compared to some Italian filmmakers (Lucio Fulci, Joe D'mato & the Ed Wood of Italian horror Bruno Mattei) I would say Argento's work is pretty coherent, except maybe Phenomenon.

Or maybe I just have an unhealthy love of trash Italian 70s & 80s horror.

I like Phenomenon and gialli (italian plural, afaik) are good on a overall, with some exceptions, of course... (specially those exploitation ones).

Sure, but do they have hot daughters?

Argento does. And add "fucked up". I read once that she had serious issues for a long time because she once watched (hidden) one of her father's film when she was a kid.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on March 06, 2010, 03:05:08 AM
(http://www.terrorhotties.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/asia1.jpg)
her movies a truly terrible though
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on March 06, 2010, 06:39:45 AM
Compared to some Italian filmmakers (Lucio Fulci, Joe D'mato & the Ed Wood of Italian horror Bruno Mattei) I would say Argento's work is pretty coherent, except maybe Phenomenon.

Or maybe I just have an unhealthy love of trash Italian 70s & 80s horror.

I like Phenomenon and gialli (italian plural, afaik) are good on a overall, with some exceptions, of course... (specially those exploitation ones).

Phenomenon was ok but the start of Argento's fall from grace. Fulci gave us classics like Zombie, The Beyond, Gates Of Hell & House By The Cemetery, sadly he also gave us Cat In The Brain which is dreadful. Even Joe D'amto made the classic Anthropophageous. Bruno Mattei's films are singularly awful but I do own Zombie Creeping Flesh & Rats Night Of Terror as they are soooo bad they are awesome.

(http://www.terrorhotties.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/asia1.jpg)
her movies a truly terrible though

Scarlet Diva was shockingly piss poor
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: spider jerusalem on March 06, 2010, 12:27:28 PM
(http://www.terrorhotties.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/asia1.jpg)
her movies a truly terrible though


May I agree with that! heehehhe

Though I liked Land of The Dead. And there is another film where she actually acts. But can't remember its name. It is a drama.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on March 06, 2010, 02:12:35 PM
(http://www.terrorhotties.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/asia1.jpg)
her movies a truly terrible though

Scarlet Diva was shockingly piss poor
Ummm....  whut?  Did you say something?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on March 08, 2010, 02:15:51 PM
(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/gummo1.jpg)

Not sure if this film belongs in this thread but it's not your usual film. Strange, disturbing & utterly brilliant in a odd, disjointed sort of way.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: imaginary friend on March 08, 2010, 08:07:23 PM
^ dude, that piece-of-shit movie blew goats.

#@!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on March 09, 2010, 02:34:17 PM
^ dude, that piece-of-shit movie blew goats.

#@!

It's an acquired taste but fuckloads better than the film I watched last night, The Rage.
I should have known it would be crap. After all it had Misty Mundae & Mushroomhead in it!  :BangHead:
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Mockery on March 12, 2010, 04:12:34 PM
avatar was pretty amazing visually, if you turn the sound off so you miss the 'white guilt' plot.

THANK YOU!

Yes, the movie was a visual masterpiece but the story was bland, overused and predictable. District 9 was a million times better.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Molotovna on March 15, 2010, 05:32:27 PM
I think perhaps White Lightnin belongs in this thread, but I think it was really well done. Enough that I plan to buy it, once I find a copy that isn't region 2.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CottonCandy on March 15, 2010, 05:34:35 PM
I don't know, I've seen quite a few horror films that are good if watched as comedies... Like House Of Wax.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on March 15, 2010, 07:24:54 PM
Dr. Phibes Rises Again was on the TV the other night.....

I admit that I didn't watch all of it, but it looked pretty craptacular. 
I mean, Vincent Price...  What more could a bad-film-fan ask?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on March 16, 2010, 02:15:55 PM
Dr. Phibes Rises Again was on the TV the other night.....

I admit that I didn't watch all of it, but it looked pretty craptacular. 
I mean, Vincent Price...  What more could a bad-film-fan ask?


Vincent Price was a great actor, check out the awesome Witchfinder General. Theatre Of Blood is also well worth watching,
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on March 17, 2010, 03:41:20 AM
you cannot fault any of Vincent prices work..... all of the "Poe" films were excelent and I have them all....a young jack Nicholson in Fall of The House Of Usher is worth it alone
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on March 17, 2010, 01:10:35 PM
With all due respect to an actor whose work I have generally enjoyed, a couple
of his movies (that I know of) really did suck....  No, I can't quote titles, because
they simply weren't that memorable.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Rosebud on March 17, 2010, 05:31:16 PM
Pretty much anything by Ed Wood...
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Vinny on March 22, 2010, 05:34:34 PM
I think most of the Friday the 13th franchise would be in here, but since I've just seen it for the first time, I'm gonna go with Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (which was really part four out of ten). I was laughing a lot towards the end, but I dug it anyway. Two is still my favorite, though. Plus, a very young Corey Feldman made the whole experience more enjoyable, as I was waiting for him to stake Jason the whole time. :P
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on March 23, 2010, 04:58:04 PM
I think most of the Friday the 13th franchise would be in here, but since I've just seen it for the first time, I'm gonna go with Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (which was really part four out of ten). I was laughing a lot towards the end, but I dug it anyway. Two is still my favorite, though. Plus, a very young Corey Feldman made the whole experience more enjoyable, as I was waiting for him to stake Jason the whole time. :P

This may not be a big surprise but i'm a huge fan of The Friday The 13th franchise (except Freddy Vs Jason & FT13th pt 5 A New Begining as it wasn't Jason) I would have to say, apart from the classic first one (which wasn't Jason) my favourites are part 3 as I saw it in 3D & part 7 The New Blood. Jason X I thought was awesome & really took the whole franchise in a more tongue in cheek direction which I think worked.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Vinny on March 23, 2010, 10:28:32 PM
Something I like about the Friday the 13th movies is that you can fit them all in continuity, even Jason X and Freddy vs. Jason. I find that pretty cool, especially when considering that there have been eleven films (minus the remake, of course) with the iconic character. Well, ten, taking Part V out of the equation.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: hashafla on March 24, 2010, 12:02:22 AM
1. Iron Eagle
2. Death Bed: The Bed That Eats People (seriously, IMDB this.... I can't believe people actually spent money to make this nonsense)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Cirque on March 28, 2010, 09:00:59 PM
1. Iron Eagle
2. Death Bed: The Bed That Eats People (seriously, IMDB this.... I can't believe people actually spent money to make this nonsense)

I now get your avatar.
I watched Fantastic Planet tonight...I was confused.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on March 29, 2010, 12:20:27 PM
1. Iron Eagle
2. Death Bed: The Bed That Eats People (seriously, IMDB this.... I can't believe people actually spent money to make this nonsense)

I now get your avatar.
I watched Fantastic Planet tonight...I was confused.

French 70's surreal movie? If so it's really good.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Vinny on April 01, 2010, 06:56:18 PM
So my boyfriend is a huge horror fan, something that we share in common. He's crazy about slasher films, no matter how trashy or ridiculous they are. A few days ago, he told me he'd rewatched a flick called Valentine. He sarcastically said it was one of the best slasher films of the past decade (nevertheless, he still wants it in his DVD collection), telling me there was nothing special about it and that it was extremely forgettable. Therefore, I just HAD to watch it.

The whole prototype of a movie that was Valentine has only two types of characters: the stereotypically slutty women and the stereotypically douchebag men. The twist at the end I could see coming from a mile and the second twist in the end was just as predictable, even if it nullified the previous twist and made the movie make no sense whatsoever. I hated this movie with every fiber of my being. And at the same time, I loved it. Watch it. It's just too terrible for you not to see it.
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Post by: SomewhatDamaged on April 02, 2010, 06:24:26 AM
So my boyfriend is a huge horror fan, something that we share in common. He's crazy about slasher films, no matter how trashy or ridiculous they are. A few days ago, he told me he'd rewatched a flick called Valentine. He sarcastically said it was one of the best slasher films of the past decade (nevertheless, he still wants it in his DVD collection), telling me there was nothing special about it and that it was extremely forgettable. Therefore, I just HAD to watch it.

The whole prototype of a movie that was Valentine has only two types of characters: the stereotypically slutty women and the stereotypically douchebag men. The twist at the end I could see coming from a mile and the second twist in the end was just as predictable, even if it nullified the previous twist and made the movie make no sense whatsoever. I hated this movie with every fiber of my being. And at the same time, I loved it. Watch it. It's just too terrible for you not to see it.

Sorry but Valentine is just dreadful, it has no reedeming moments at all.
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Post by: The Angel Raliel on April 02, 2010, 06:46:21 AM
much of the new wave of big(ish) budget US horror films are really boring and highly terrible....derivative scripts lazy character development and even the effects can be somewhat rubbish.... the blatant rubber limbs in the cabinet freezer in The Hills Have Eyes remake being a prime example..... the only mildly good thing in that film was the Rubber johnny reference
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Vinny on April 02, 2010, 06:44:40 PM
So my boyfriend is a huge horror fan, something that we share in common. He's crazy about slasher films, no matter how trashy or ridiculous they are. A few days ago, he told me he'd rewatched a flick called Valentine. He sarcastically said it was one of the best slasher films of the past decade (nevertheless, he still wants it in his DVD collection), telling me there was nothing special about it and that it was extremely forgettable. Therefore, I just HAD to watch it.

The whole prototype of a movie that was Valentine has only two types of characters: the stereotypically slutty women and the stereotypically douchebag men. The twist at the end I could see coming from a mile and the second twist in the end was just as predictable, even if it nullified the previous twist and made the movie make no sense whatsoever. I hated this movie with every fiber of my being. And at the same time, I loved it. Watch it. It's just too terrible for you not to see it.

Sorry but Valentine is just dreadful, it has no reedeming moments at all.

I concur. Still doesn't change the fact people need to see it. It's just too awful for them not to watch it.
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Post by: SomewhatDamaged on April 03, 2010, 05:22:50 AM
much of the new wave of big(ish) budget US horror films are really boring and highly terrible....derivative scripts lazy character development and even the effects can be somewhat rubbish.... the blatant rubber limbs in the cabinet freezer in The Hills Have Eyes remake being a prime example..... the only mildly good thing in that film was the Rubber johnny reference

They are all remakes & all are inferior to the originals. The stalk & slash era was of it's time. Trying to resurrect to the genre now is pointless. Films like The Hills Have Eyes, The Last House On The Left, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre etc were, at the time groundbreaking & highly controversial. But that was 30 odd years ago. Can The Last House On The Left still be considered shocking when there are movies like Baise Moi, Torched & Gutterballs out there? Is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre still shocking now when compared to The August Underground Trilogy or The Guinea Pig series? In truth not really.
 The horror genre has moved on & mainstream US film studios are lagging way behind. They are too worried about the ratings boards & putting bums on seats to take any kind of chance. I cannot see why anyone would choose to sit through another lame Saw sequel (yes the first film was good) or one of the dreadful Hostel movies when you could watch something far superior like Frontiers, Haute Tension or Inside.
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Post by: Agonistes on April 03, 2010, 10:38:37 AM
whatty, i believe your signature clip came from 'babes in toyland' with laurel and hardy, the 1930's version.  i'm currently downloading it to make sure.


also i agree with your last post.
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Post by: Edric. on April 04, 2010, 01:01:45 PM
"THE ROOM" AND "TROLL 2"
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Post by: Agonistes on April 04, 2010, 02:34:23 PM
whatty, i believe your signature clip came from 'babes in toyland' with laurel and hardy, the 1930's version.  i'm currently downloading it to make sure.


also i agree with your last post.

it absolutely was from the above movie.  the whole scene is a sort of jamboree, where all the fairy tale characters are getting down with the music, and a fellow who looks to be a little person in an even creepier cat mask is playing a fiddle.  the mouse costume is on a small monkey, in fact, and it falls over, slides down the stairs, and comes to rest on the curb like that, clapping.  it them jumps up and throws something at the cat, conking it on the head, whereupon one of the cat's eyes sort of drift out of focus and it chases the mouse-monkey off camera.

the three little pigs are also represented by little people in disturbing masks.  in fact, if you fast forward through most of the scenes with the sound off, it's kind of unsettling altogether.

the cat/mouse scene as a whole is even creepier than the clip.
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Post by: SomewhatDamaged on April 05, 2010, 04:26:17 AM
whatty, i believe your signature clip came from 'babes in toyland' with laurel and hardy, the 1930's version.  i'm currently downloading it to make sure.


also i agree with your last post.

it absolutely was from the above movie.  the whole scene is a sort of jamboree, where all the fairy tale characters are getting down with the music, and a fellow who looks to be a little person in an even creepier cat mask is playing a fiddle.  the mouse costume is on a small monkey, in fact, and it falls over, slides down the stairs, and comes to rest on the curb like that, clapping.  it them jumps up and throws something at the cat, conking it on the head, whereupon one of the cat's eyes sort of drift out of focus and it chases the mouse-monkey off camera.

the three little pigs are also represented by little people in disturbing masks.  in fact, if you fast forward through most of the scenes with the sound off, it's kind of unsettling altogether.

the cat/mouse scene as a whole is even creepier than the clip.

I'm sure I would have seen that when I was younger but for a Laurel & Hardy movie that is really creepy & somewhat surreal. I will have to see it again now. Thanks for the info.  O0

On topic

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/RazorBladeSmile.jpg)

Truly awful but so watchable & enjoyable.
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Post by: Jo Just Go Nameless on April 06, 2010, 10:55:24 AM
hahah probably the only person in the world to think it's good but Josie and The Pussycats. It's lame but I find it funny...
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Post by: Agonistes on April 07, 2010, 11:13:25 PM
hahah probably the only person in the world to think it's good but Josie and The Pussycats. It's lame but I find it funny...

i love that movie.
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Post by: FrailAndBedazzled on April 10, 2010, 10:54:20 AM
"THE ROOM"
YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES

In a similar vein, BIRDEMIC: Shock and Terror!  (the exclamation point is part of the title)

Think The Birds meets The Room minus the production values of both.
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Post by: hashafla on May 01, 2010, 03:43:14 AM
1. Iron Eagle
2. Death Bed: The Bed That Eats People (seriously, IMDB this.... I can't believe people actually spent money to make this nonsense)

I now get your avatar.
I watched Fantastic Planet tonight...I was confused.

French 70's surreal movie? If so it's really good.
I just forced my boyfriend to watch it.... he hates everything that i like! it was so much fun to torture him with something silly as a movie, he gets so mad!
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Post by: cbkof on May 01, 2010, 11:28:40 AM
Where The Buffalo Roam with Bill Murray and Peter Boyle – not “so unbelievably bad” but it has its problems. Still, I LOVE it. Probably the movie I have seen the most often.

“Fun is fun.
Good boy, Bronco.”

Also, watched part of Creation of the Humanoids last night on TV. As with many late night B movies I fell asleep in less than an hour. But the amount of outrageous exposition in the dialogue was worth every minute.
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Post by: CeeGBee on May 01, 2010, 11:42:20 AM
I can't say from personal experience, but it seems likely:

(http://www.attackoftheveganzombies.com/resources/posterwebjpeg.jpg.opt382x561o0,0s382x561.jpg) (http://www.attackoftheveganzombies.com/)
They're screening it near here this afternoon, but I don't think I can go.
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Post by: slyvia k on May 08, 2010, 08:47:28 AM
black sheep.

i watched it drunk and it was SOOOOOO funny  ;D
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Post by: CeeGBee on May 08, 2010, 11:54:11 AM
 ^   O0  ;D ;D ;D ;D
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Post by: tw2113 on May 09, 2010, 02:51:25 AM
Corpse Bride    O0

A-- Y-- Bu-- Ho-- No-- Wh-- Tim Burton! :o
very old post to quote, but name can't carry a movie alone. It is possible for the guy to have shit movies.

adding to the list of so bad they're good: anything from the 80s with Linda Blair
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Post by: The Angel Raliel on May 09, 2010, 03:15:48 AM
(http://www.soundonsight.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/frankenhooker.jpg)
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Post by: Mandolin Rain on May 09, 2010, 04:43:25 AM
phantasm & all three of the Sleepaway Camp movies. They're terrible, but for some reason I enjoy watching poorly made slasher movies.
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Post by: tw2113 on May 09, 2010, 02:32:08 PM
phantasm & all three of the Sleepaway Camp movies. They're terrible, but for some reason I enjoy watching poorly made slasher movies.
win
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Post by: CeeGBee on May 09, 2010, 03:06:41 PM
(http://www.soundonsight.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/frankenhooker.jpg)
I've been meaning to think about looking into seeing this for...
ummm...  probably since it came out.  Should I bother?
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Post by: SomewhatDamaged on May 09, 2010, 03:35:15 PM
phantasm & all three of the Sleepaway Camp movies. They're terrible, but for some reason I enjoy watching poorly made slasher movies.

If you haven't seen it, try Camp Blood. Dreadfully cheap & poor slasher but watchable (just)
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Post by: imaginary friend on May 09, 2010, 06:44:30 PM
phantasm & all three of the Sleepaway Camp movies. They're terrible, but for some reason I enjoy watching poorly made slasher movies.

wow - longtimenosee...welcome back!

my contribution: a lo-budget '70s scifi flick called Damnation Alley.  8)

the whole thing's on YouTube; here's part 1:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5aP9HhL848

#@!
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Post by: FrailAndBedazzled on May 12, 2010, 12:04:06 PM
Am i the only one that thinks Frankenhooker looks kinda like Sarah Michelle Gellar when she had that black bobbed wig on?
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Post by: The Angel Raliel on May 14, 2010, 05:16:00 AM
frankenhooker is hilarious and is almost of john waters standard of sillyness..... exploding crackwhores included
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Post by: Devery on June 01, 2010, 01:08:18 PM

Leading up to my stay with some friends this past weekend, they kept telling me about this movie called "The Room".  Shortly after I arrived, we started to watch it.  After about 5 minutes (and into the first sex scene), I begged them to turn it off.  But then, I got into the "thing" of the movie, that certain something that has turned it into an interactive cult favorite, much like Rocky Horror.  I could never disagree with anyone who would call it the worst movie of all time.  It appears to have been meant to be a serious drama, yet it falls woefully short of even the most amateurish effort.  David Cross said about the movie:

 "It's not like there's one or two or three things that are bad about it. There are several hundred."

A testament to the "greatness" of the film was that we all spent the next day throwing around quotes from the movie - like the football that the characters famously tossed around to each other throughout the movie.

In short, there is absolutely nothing good about the movie.  The dialogue is laughable, the plot has wholes the size of North America and, worst/best of all, the sex scenes are the worst ever committed to celluoid.  And yet - if you can make it through the first 5-10 minutes, it will somewhow suck you in.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Room_(film)
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Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 01, 2010, 01:24:37 PM
Leading up to my stay with some friends this past weekend, they kept telling me about this movie called "The Room".  Shortly after I arrived, we started to watch it.  After about 5 minutes (and into the first sex scene), I begged them to turn it off.  But then, I got into the "thing" of the movie, that certain something that has turned it into an interactive cult favorite, much like Rocky Horror.  I could never disagree with anyone who would call it the worst movie of all time.  It appears to have been meant to be a serious drama, yet it falls woefully short of even the most amateurish effort.  David Cross said about the movie:

 "It's not like there's one or two or three things that are bad about it. There are several hundred."

A testament to the "greatness" of the film was that we all spent the next day throwing around quotes from the movie - like the football that the characters famously tossed around to each other throughout the movie.

In short, there is absolutely nothing good about the movie.  The dialogue is laughable, the plot has wholes the size of North America and, worst/best of all, the sex scenes are the worst ever committed to celluoid.  And yet - if you can make it through the first 5-10 minutes, it will somewhow suck you in.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Room_(film)

I have heard a lot about this movie, mostly bad, but if it is truly as bad as the hype suggests I might just have to watch it.
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Post by: Devery on June 01, 2010, 01:28:38 PM


I have heard a lot about this movie, mostly bad, but if it is truly as bad as the hype suggests I might just have to watch it.

It is that bad, and more.  You owe it to yourself to check it out.  Just. Don't. Watch. It. Alone!! 
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 01, 2010, 01:32:45 PM


I have heard a lot about this movie, mostly bad, but if it is truly as bad as the hype suggests I might just have to watch it.

It is that bad, and more.  You owe it to yourself to check it out.  Just. Don't. Watch. It. Alone!! 

In that case I have to see it. I was thinking of sharing this cinematic joy with a six pack of cold ones.
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Post by: CeeGBee on June 01, 2010, 04:56:51 PM


I have heard a lot about this movie, mostly bad, but if it is truly as bad as the hype suggests I might just have to watch it.

It is that bad, and more.  You owe it to yourself to check it out.  Just. Don't. Watch. It. Alone!! 

In that case I have to see it. I was thinking of sharing this cinematic joy with a six pack of cold ones.
You told me you'd gotten all those women out of your freezer....   >:(
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Post by: nottheonethatscrazy on June 01, 2010, 06:42:11 PM
Another Gay Movie is so ridiculously stupid that it's charming.
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Post by: absynth aura on June 01, 2010, 07:13:36 PM
black sheep.

i watched it drunk and it was SOOOOOO funny  ;D

Just for the record. Not all New Zealanders and sheep here are like that :P
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Post by: buttercup. on June 03, 2010, 12:07:51 PM
(http://disney.lovesakura.com/mvdata/data/Halloweentown.jpg)
(http://pic.phyrefile.com/k/ke/keops/2009/07/29/cube3.jpg)
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Post by: Drizz on June 03, 2010, 12:29:59 PM
HAHAHAHAAAAA, Halloweentown!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on June 03, 2010, 01:15:02 PM
HAHAHAHAAAAA, Halloweentown!

I love that movie. Way too much.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Drizz on June 03, 2010, 01:57:14 PM
Having mentioned that, I think Hocus Pocus is among the films that could be added to this list.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: buttercup. on June 03, 2010, 05:23:09 PM
Having mentioned that, I think Hocus Pocus is among the films that could be added to this list.
Nooo, that's ACTUALLY not too bad. I think. I can only admit that a small portion of the movies I love are actually quite terrible.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Drizz on June 03, 2010, 05:36:04 PM
Hocus Pocus is kind of ridiculous, but I still love it.
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Post by: The Angel Raliel on June 04, 2010, 04:04:38 AM
http://egadzombies.co.uk/links_2.html
Egad Zombies!
it is a restoration comedy with zombies and has Ian Mckellen in it.....
.....and ME!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on June 04, 2010, 10:12:28 AM
http://egadzombies.co.uk/links_2.html
Egad Zombies!
it is a restoration comedy with zombies and has Ian Mckellen in it.....
.....and ME!
It occurs to me.... 

There's no zombie on Being Human...  What kinda discrimination crap is that?
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Post by: wolfwind20 on June 04, 2010, 10:22:31 AM
Zombie Strippers is on that list for me.
Then there was Zombies, Zombies, Zombies! which is basically strippers vs. zombie crack hos.
Vampire Effect and Silverhawk for camp Hong Kong Kung Fu movies.
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Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 07, 2010, 12:11:25 PM
(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/538.jpg)

Certainly not a film for everyone. It's a throwback to the late 70s/80s exploitation slasher movies.
The acting is awful, as is the dialogue (if you had a drinking game every time someone said fuck or cunt you would be unconcious before the end of the movie) The SFX & gore effects are done by Toe Tag (August Underground) & are stunning & VERY graphic, as is the gang rape at the begining.

If you can see past this, what your left with is a entertaining slice of mindless depravity.
Any film with an explicit (& I do mean EXPLICIT) death by 69 scene has to be seen!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Cirque on June 07, 2010, 03:02:34 PM
Another Gay Movie is so ridiculously stupid that it's charming.

I love that movie, but I like the sequel better.
I can't wait for the third.
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Post by: wolfwind20 on June 11, 2010, 11:08:14 AM
found another one that's a hong kong kunfu, horror, comedy mash up called Spooky Encounters
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080827/
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Post by: Agonistes on June 11, 2010, 02:17:39 PM
well, i can't unwatch it now.  what a mindfuck.


(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f1/Human-Centiped-poster.jpg)



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Centipede
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Devery on June 11, 2010, 03:41:59 PM
well, i can't unwatch it now.  what a mindfuck.


(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f1/Human-Centiped-poster.jpg)



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Centipede


That's like almost next on my list.   :glasses9:

And yesiknow it's supposed to suck - hard - but in a fascinating way, and I would hate myself if I didn't see it. 
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Post by: Agonistes on June 11, 2010, 03:45:57 PM
it's...........well, just watch it.  you will not get the munchies.



for such a piece of crap-- no pun intended-- i am actually amazed at the time and thought that went into this, to be honest, because it's not just a mind fuck, so much as a head rape--but oddly gentle.  makes me sort of wonder about the director, who is working on a sequel and hopes to do a third, if he is able.

i don't even know what to say about it.  i found it because i found this:


  (http://ugliesttattoos.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/129199730252851199.jpg?w=500&h=375)

which is a diagram the twisted surgeon shows his three captives as he, in great detail, describes their upcoming surgery to them.


and i clicked the link.  just up and clicked it, and i knew better, i did.  god help me, i clicked the link.
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Post by: Devery on June 14, 2010, 04:09:06 PM


Yeah, I watched the damn thing on Saturday.  The question I asked myself throughout, other than "why are you watching this?" was "why?", as in why would anyone even think about making this movie, much less not only make it but do a sequel, which is now in post-production.  But, I agree, it was unexpectedly tame - it could have been a whole lot worse.
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Post by: Agonistes on June 14, 2010, 04:35:15 PM

Yeah, I watched the damn thing on Saturday.  The question I asked myself throughout, other than "why are you watching this?" was "why?", as in why would anyone even think about making this movie, much less not only make it but do a sequel, which is now in post-production.  But, I agree, it was unexpectedly tame - it could have been a whole lot worse.
i can't decide if it was bondage, or medical porn, or just a silence-of-the-lambs sort of freaked-out pet thing.  it was freaky enough for me to make my girlfriend, who is a nurse, watch it and then discuss the feasibility of being able to crawl around on recently surgeried knees, or even at all following full teeth removal, not to mention the lower half of one's entire face, only to sew it to someone's former anal ring.  it doesn't really give you an idea of how long they were like this, but i'm assuming two or three days  also, the two bodies in the rear would immediately begin to suffer the effects of dehydration and starvation, considering all the food they get is, um, pre-digested.  the surgery is feasible, itself, but the after-effects are kind of stylized, and you can pretty much forget healing while stitched to someone else without craploads of antibiotics, just like any transplant surgery.

the idea certainly stays with you, though.  and i have to admit i did like the acting of the japanese guy, i thought he was great.  he managed to not only portray survival vs rage, but there was a certain amount of relief, you could kinda tell he was glad he was the head.  were i the girl left in the middle, i'd have gotten to work sawing away at the two dead folks with some glass to get loose.  and then probably suicided, because think of the reconstructive work you'd need after all that.

i'd call it a fetish film, but you never actually SEE the scat.
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Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 14, 2010, 05:11:32 PM

Yeah, I watched the damn thing on Saturday.  The question I asked myself throughout, other than "why are you watching this?" was "why?", as in why would anyone even think about making this movie, much less not only make it but do a sequel, which is now in post-production.  But, I agree, it was unexpectedly tame - it could have been a whole lot worse.
i can't decide if it was bondage, or medical porn, or just a silence-of-the-lambs sort of freaked-out pet thing.  it was freaky enough for me to make my girlfriend, who is a nurse, watch it and then discuss the feasibility of being able to crawl around on recently surgeried knees, or even at all following full teeth removal, not to mention the lower half of one's entire face, only to sew it to someone's former anal ring.  it doesn't really give you an idea of how long they were like this, but i'm assuming two or three days  also, the two bodies in the rear would immediately begin to suffer the effects of dehydration and starvation, considering all the food they get is, um, pre-digested.  the surgery is feasible, itself, but the after-effects are kind of stylized, and you can pretty much forget healing while stitched to someone else without craploads of antibiotics, just like any transplant surgery.

the idea certainly stays with you, though.  and i have to admit i did like the acting of the japanese guy, i thought he was great.  he managed to not only portray survival vs rage, but there was a certain amount of relief, you could kinda tell he was glad he was the head.  were i the girl left in the middle, i'd have gotten to work sawing away at the two dead folks with some glass to get loose.  and then probably suicided, because think of the reconstructive work you'd need after all that.

i'd call it a fetish film, but you never actually SEE the scat.

I would just like to add my two cents to this debate.

The film was utter, boring shite!
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Post by: Agonistes on June 14, 2010, 05:20:26 PM

Yeah, I watched the damn thing on Saturday.  The question I asked myself throughout, other than "why are you watching this?" was "why?", as in why would anyone even think about making this movie, much less not only make it but do a sequel, which is now in post-production.  But, I agree, it was unexpectedly tame - it could have been a whole lot worse.
i can't decide if it was bondage, or medical porn, or just a silence-of-the-lambs sort of freaked-out pet thing.  it was freaky enough for me to make my girlfriend, who is a nurse, watch it and then discuss the feasibility of being able to crawl around on recently surgeried knees, or even at all following full teeth removal, not to mention the lower half of one's entire face, only to sew it to someone's former anal ring.  it doesn't really give you an idea of how long they were like this, but i'm assuming two or three days  also, the two bodies in the rear would immediately begin to suffer the effects of dehydration and starvation, considering all the food they get is, um, pre-digested.  the surgery is feasible, itself, but the after-effects are kind of stylized, and you can pretty much forget healing while stitched to someone else without craploads of antibiotics, just like any transplant surgery.

the idea certainly stays with you, though.  and i have to admit i did like the acting of the japanese guy, i thought he was great.  he managed to not only portray survival vs rage, but there was a certain amount of relief, you could kinda tell he was glad he was the head.  were i the girl left in the middle, i'd have gotten to work sawing away at the two dead folks with some glass to get loose.  and then probably suicided, because think of the reconstructive work you'd need after all that.

i'd call it a fetish film, but you never actually SEE the scat.

I would just like to add my two cents to this debate.

The film was utter, boring shite!
oh, i agree but so's a porno.  what kept me talking about it at all is the idea of the surgery that got introduced to me (i can deal with most twisted surgeon plots but the nature of this particular procedure is kinda sticking with me in a freaky way), and why the director is so interested in making sequels (even promising a dozen-segmented 'creature' and so on, like twelve folks stitched to one another's anus is somehow different then three).  i want to know what it reaches in people, thats all.......specifically in the case of the person above with the feet tattoo.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 15, 2010, 01:33:26 PM
oh, i agree but so's a porno.  what kept me talking about it at all is the idea of the surgery that got introduced to me (i can deal with most twisted surgeon plots but the nature of this particular procedure is kinda sticking with me in a freaky way), and why the director is so interested in making sequels (even promising a dozen-segmented 'creature' and so on, like twelve folks stitched to one another's anus is somehow different then three).  i want to know what it reaches in people, thats all.......specifically in the case of the person above with the feet tattoo.

I agree, porn is dull & boring. I think with this film it took a repulsive idea & got noticed. The mainstream film audience heard about it & got curious. Let's be honest, there wasn't anything graphic or shocking in the movie. The "centipede" took ages to turn up & then just kind of laid there. But people are drawn towards looking at something repulsive, from the days of the circus sideshow to having to look if you see a bad car wreck. We all have a morbid curiousity. Underground & low budget moviemakers know this. The makers of The Human Centipede got lucky with a very intriguing title. But still produced a studio freindly multiplex B-movie. There are films out there that are the real McCoy. Films that 99% of people haven't heard of & certainly couldn't sit through. Compared to something Fred Vogel, Lucifer Valetine or Nick Palumbo have released The Human Centipede is a kids film. These films are there to test indurance, to see how much your willing to view, how much you can take. Watching something like August Underground's Mordum is pushing the limits of ANYONE'S sense of distaste.  But people (myself inc) are drawn to the extreme, the taboo breakers. While I would never sit through Mordum again, it is a step too far in it's utter depravity, I do not regret watching it. As I don't regret veiwing Aftermath, Men Behind The Sun, Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, Scrapbook & Murder Set Pieces. We all have this internal compulsion to see the shocking. It just depends how far you want to go.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 15, 2010, 02:54:44 PM
oh, i agree but so's a porno.  what kept me talking about it at all is the idea of the surgery that got introduced to me (i can deal with most twisted surgeon plots but the nature of this particular procedure is kinda sticking with me in a freaky way), and why the director is so interested in making sequels (even promising a dozen-segmented 'creature' and so on, like twelve folks stitched to one another's anus is somehow different then three).  i want to know what it reaches in people, thats all.......specifically in the case of the person above with the feet tattoo.

I agree, porn is dull & boring. I think with this film it took a repulsive idea & got noticed. The mainstream film audience heard about it & got curious. Let's be honest, there wasn't anything graphic or shocking in the movie. The "centipede" took ages to turn up & then just kind of laid there. But people are drawn towards looking at something repulsive, from the days of the circus sideshow to having to look if you see a bad car wreck. We all have a morbid curiousity. Underground & low budget moviemakers know this. The makers of The Human Centipede got lucky with a very intriguing title. But still produced a studio freindly multiplex B-movie. There are films out there that are the real McCoy. Films that 99% of people haven't heard of & certainly couldn't sit through. Compared to something Fred Vogel, Lucifer Valetine or Nick Palumbo have released The Human Centipede is a kids film. These films are there to test indurance, to see how much your willing to view, how much you can take. Watching something like August Underground's Mordum is pushing the limits of ANYONE'S sense of distaste.  But people (myself inc) are drawn to the extreme, the taboo breakers. While I would never sit through Mordum again, it is a step too far in it's utter depravity, I do not regret watching it. As I don't regret veiwing Aftermath, Men Behind The Sun, Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, Scrapbook & Murder Set Pieces. We all have this internal compulsion to see the shocking. It just depends how far you want to go.
oh, i dig.  it's not like coprophagia is new in shock cinema (divine eating the dog feces at the end of pink flamingos, for example), it's for me more the twisted surgeon vs the threat of poo.  i'm realizing the human centipede is kind of the cinematic version of 2 girls 1 cup being the new gross dancing baby, it's tame by our cinematic wierdo standards but it is the one that gets seen, so to speak.

personally i like the taboo breakers, or at least i force myself to attend to them, for whatever reason, but when things cross the line into 'mainstream' even on the outskirts of that stream, i guess i notice it more.  maybe because there was an attempt at saying something somewhere in it, at least in the perception of the people who made it.  if that makes sense.

edit; honestly, i am complaining about the mindfuck being the fact that it IS so lame, insofar as content, but hailed as being so intense.  i guess i expected to be actually shocked, which i am coming to realize is a cinematic impossibility; it's easier to disgust me than shock me.  i guess i wonder at the missing of the 'point' and the titillation factor being so obvious (to me), and blatant, but so lightly touched on in the drag-ass plot.  and, i really did like the japanese guy, he seemed to be the only one who was into it.  the rest of the acting was awkward as hell, and frankly i was glad when the female leads didn't have lips anymore, because their dialogue almost killed me.  it's also interesting to me the interest the director has in making more of this sort of movie........i can't see how the plot would even begin to differ.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 15, 2010, 05:09:54 PM
oh, i agree but so's a porno.  what kept me talking about it at all is the idea of the surgery that got introduced to me (i can deal with most twisted surgeon plots but the nature of this particular procedure is kinda sticking with me in a freaky way), and why the director is so interested in making sequels (even promising a dozen-segmented 'creature' and so on, like twelve folks stitched to one another's anus is somehow different then three).  i want to know what it reaches in people, thats all.......specifically in the case of the person above with the feet tattoo.

I agree, porn is dull & boring. I think with this film it took a repulsive idea & got noticed. The mainstream film audience heard about it & got curious. Let's be honest, there wasn't anything graphic or shocking in the movie. The "centipede" took ages to turn up & then just kind of laid there. But people are drawn towards looking at something repulsive, from the days of the circus sideshow to having to look if you see a bad car wreck. We all have a morbid curiousity. Underground & low budget moviemakers know this. The makers of The Human Centipede got lucky with a very intriguing title. But still produced a studio freindly multiplex B-movie. There are films out there that are the real McCoy. Films that 99% of people haven't heard of & certainly couldn't sit through. Compared to something Fred Vogel, Lucifer Valetine or Nick Palumbo have released The Human Centipede is a kids film. These films are there to test indurance, to see how much your willing to view, how much you can take. Watching something like August Underground's Mordum is pushing the limits of ANYONE'S sense of distaste.  But people (myself inc) are drawn to the extreme, the taboo breakers. While I would never sit through Mordum again, it is a step too far in it's utter depravity, I do not regret watching it. As I don't regret veiwing Aftermath, Men Behind The Sun, Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, Scrapbook & Murder Set Pieces. We all have this internal compulsion to see the shocking. It just depends how far you want to go.
oh, i dig.  it's not like coprophagia is new in shock cinema (divine eating the dog feces at the end of pink flamingos, for example), it's for me more the twisted surgeon vs the threat of poo.  i'm realizing the human centipede is kind of the cinematic version of 2 girls 1 cup being the new gross dancing baby, it's tame by our cinematic wierdo standards but it is the one that gets seen, so to speak.

personally i like the taboo breakers, or at least i force myself to attend to them, for whatever reason, but when things cross the line into 'mainstream' even on the outskirts of that stream, i guess i notice it more.  maybe because there was an attempt at saying something somewhere in it, at least in the perception of the people who made it.  if that makes sense.

edit; honestly, i am complaining about the mindfuck being the fact that it IS so lame, insofar as content, but hailed as being so intense.  i guess i expected to be actually shocked, which i am coming to realize is a cinematic impossibility; it's easier to disgust me than shock me.  i guess i wonder at the missing of the 'point' and the titillation factor being so obvious (to me), and blatant, but so lightly touched on in the drag-ass plot.  and, i really did like the japanese guy, he seemed to be the only one who was into it.  the rest of the acting was awkward as hell, and frankly i was glad when the female leads didn't have lips anymore, because their dialogue almost killed me.  it's also interesting to me the interest the director has in making more of this sort of movie........i can't see how the plot would even begin to differ.

It is a mindfuck. Because it promises a lurid, shocking movie & utterly fails to deliver. I can't see where the director is going to get another film out of this idea, but I have said the same about Jorg Buttergeit's Nekromantic (now the end of that movie is TRULY shocking) & Lucifer Valentine with his vomitgore movies. The Guinna Pig series started off with repatitious faux snuff with Flowers Of Flesh & Blood & Devil's Experiment. Even Toe Tag have pushed thier incredibly graphic & peverse POV "snuff" with August Underground, Mordum & Penance. Repitition sells. That's why the multiplexes are full of sequels & remakes.
 I just found the "acting" to be dreadful, the dialogue lame & the majority of the movie was a lame stalk & slash/cat & mouse with a loony killer in the house movie.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 15, 2010, 05:17:39 PM
yeah, it's kind of disappointing when you expect a movie to be at least funny, and it is kinda funny, but not in the way it was intended.  the forced intensity made me actually kinds angry.  and the surgeon gets on my nerves, shit.  my toddler neice could have overwhelmed and escaped from that fucko.  i also found it hard to believe that that guy could perform surgery.  or how he could know to walk his 'pet' on a day when the cops DIDN'T show up at his house.  i mean he's got them in the damn yard.

do you ever wonder in these sorts of movies, when a helpless girl-victim is dragging her unconscious friend about two feet every forty seconds or so, how in the hell she gets her friend up the stairs?  i mean you get this tedious, over-the-top OKAY WE GET IT, she's too freaked out to drag her friend!  and all of a sudden, they're outside, still with the ineffectual dragging.  i've seen women cornered.  they are anything but helpless.  god help their cornerer if they get free, most girls would have just killed the shit out of herr doktor and leisurely called the cops while raiding his dilaudid stash.  at least thats how it would have gone for me.

there are sevreral/a couple titles i havent seen in your lists these last two posts.  i asked my roommate to try and find them for me and he came back and said 'found your snuff films, by the way.'  lol
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 15, 2010, 05:53:11 PM
yeah, it's kind of disappointing when you expect a movie to be at least funny, and it is kinda funny, but not in the way it was intended.  the forced intensity made me actually kinds angry.  and the surgeon gets on my nerves, shit.  my toddler neice could have overwhelmed and escaped from that fucko.  i also found it hard to believe that that guy could perform surgery.  or how he could know to walk his 'pet' on a day when the cops DIDN'T show up at his house.  i mean he's got them in the damn yard.

do you ever wonder in these sorts of movies, when a helpless girl-victim is dragging her unconscious friend about two feet every forty seconds or so, how in the hell she gets her friend up the stairs?  i mean you get this tedious, over-the-top OKAY WE GET IT, she's too freaked out to drag her friend!  and all of a sudden, they're outside, still with the ineffectual dragging.  i've seen women cornered.  they are anything but helpless.  god help their cornerer if they get free, most girls would have just killed the shit out of herr doktor and leisurely called the cops while raiding his dilaudid stash.  at least thats how it would have gone for me.

there are sevreral/a couple titles i havent seen in your lists these last two posts.  i asked my roommate to try and find them for me and he came back and said 'found your snuff films, by the way.'  lol

Most of them are not worth watching. Scrapbook has an even worse case of "helpless woman" in it. Mordum is the one to watch. It's not a good movie, it's repetative & ultimatly rendered ineffective due to the continoius stream of ever escalating acts of repugnance. It's also "shakycam" POV. But it DOES deliver what it set out to do. By far, & I do mean by far the most graphic, peverse, degrading, vile, brutal & unrelenting film ever made.

Happy viewing! :D
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 15, 2010, 11:04:51 PM
yeah, it's kind of disappointing when you expect a movie to be at least funny, and it is kinda funny, but not in the way it was intended.  the forced intensity made me actually kinds angry.  and the surgeon gets on my nerves, shit.  my toddler neice could have overwhelmed and escaped from that fucko.  i also found it hard to believe that that guy could perform surgery.  or how he could know to walk his 'pet' on a day when the cops DIDN'T show up at his house.  i mean he's got them in the damn yard.

do you ever wonder in these sorts of movies, when a helpless girl-victim is dragging her unconscious friend about two feet every forty seconds or so, how in the hell she gets her friend up the stairs?  i mean you get this tedious, over-the-top OKAY WE GET IT, she's too freaked out to drag her friend!  and all of a sudden, they're outside, still with the ineffectual dragging.  i've seen women cornered.  they are anything but helpless.  god help their cornerer if they get free, most girls would have just killed the shit out of herr doktor and leisurely called the cops while raiding his dilaudid stash.  at least thats how it would have gone for me.

there are sevreral/a couple titles i havent seen in your lists these last two posts.  i asked my roommate to try and find them for me and he came back and said 'found your snuff films, by the way.'  lol

Most of them are not worth watching. Scrapbook has an even worse case of "helpless woman" in it. Mordum is the one to watch. It's not a good movie, it's repetative & ultimatly rendered ineffective due to the continoius stream of ever escalating acts of repugnance. It's also "shakycam" POV. But it DOES deliver what it set out to do. By far, & I do mean by far the most graphic, peverse, degrading, vile, brutal & unrelenting film ever made.

Happy viewing! :D
oh, i hate jigglecam.  but im gonna watch mordum either tonight or tomorrow sometime, depending on timeframe.  but it comes highly recommended, as per your last sentence there about it.  hee hee.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 16, 2010, 12:37:02 PM
forgive the double post.  so, mordum is everything you said it was, somewhatty.  since my apprentice and shop girl/piercist are conspiring to film an amateur porno, and also hardcore horror fans, this might be screened at the tattoo shop today (between customers), especially since they have been trying to get random background shots of the shop (it is a tattoo-themed porno.  don't ask me, i'm just the boss, i have no idea how they are pulling this off) and i have thus far adamantly refused.  i might have changed my mind.

which, let me add, i about laughed myself silly when the guy from the tattoo shop joined the fun.  he even had him a victim stashed away, lol fucking tattoo artists are selfish.  the necrophile guy actually looks a little like my apprentice, which also cracked me up considerably, especially considering the faces he made while humping the darkhaired victim not to mention the bathtub dead-baby-puppet-fuck.. vomit girl kinda got on my nerves, though, but then, i can stand almost any form of gore or degredation, but being a gay gal, well my gag reflex is alive and well and i tend to sympathy-vomit, so i admit to looking away a few times.  i also get why they did the jiggle-cam; it kind of makes things look worse, until they go on and on with the action and you sort of piece it together and realize, it's pretty much fluff time between gore shots.  it's like the blair witch basement movie, only with more screaming, and actually less maudlin.

whoo, the dialogue/soliloquy/improv/victim trash talk is more deadly than some of the scenes, though, isn't it?

Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 16, 2010, 11:53:39 PM

which, let me add, i about laughed myself silly when the guy from the tattoo shop joined the fun.  he even had him a victim stashed away, lol fucking tattoo artists are selfish.  the necrophile guy actually looks a little like my apprentice, which also cracked me up considerably, especially considering the faces he made while humping the darkhaired victim not to mention the bathtub dead-baby-puppet-fuck.. vomit girl kinda got on my nerves, though, but then, i can stand almost any form of gore or degredation, but being a gay gal, well my gag reflex is alive and well and i tend to sympathy-vomit, so i admit to looking away a few times.  i also get why they did the jiggle-cam; it kind of makes things look worse, until they go on and on with the action and you sort of piece it together and realize, it's pretty much fluff time between gore shots.  it's like the blair witch basement movie, only with more screaming, and actually less maudlin.

whoo, the dialogue/soliloquy/improv/victim trash talk is more deadly than some of the scenes, though, isn't it?



Mordum is a movie which I have issues with but I also think is ultimately dull & ineffective. It's trapped in it's own faux snuff genre constraints. There is no background on any of the victims, so all your left with is an endless stream of nameless, faceless victims. This makes it hard to illicit any empathy for their plight. It's also too repetitive. by the time the vomit girl kills the two women & necro guy has some wound sex it becomes tedious in it's repetition. Vomit doesn't bother me, having sat through two of Lucifer Valentine's awful vomitgore films I could deal with Mordum easily. My issue with Mordum is the scene in the bathtub near the end. that scene was basically peadophillic necrophilia & I think crossed the line. Films like Irreversible to my mind are far more shocking because of the depth of characterisation. Ultimately Mordum fails because Aftermath & Flowers of Flesh & Blood are far better faux snuff movies & just as graphic. Man Bites Dog is probably the best POV movie & a fantastic darkly grotesque film to boot.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 17, 2010, 01:10:31 AM

which, let me add, i about laughed myself silly when the guy from the tattoo shop joined the fun.  he even had him a victim stashed away, lol fucking tattoo artists are selfish.  the necrophile guy actually looks a little like my apprentice, which also cracked me up considerably, especially considering the faces he made while humping the darkhaired victim not to mention the bathtub dead-baby-puppet-fuck.. vomit girl kinda got on my nerves, though, but then, i can stand almost any form of gore or degredation, but being a gay gal, well my gag reflex is alive and well and i tend to sympathy-vomit, so i admit to looking away a few times.  i also get why they did the jiggle-cam; it kind of makes things look worse, until they go on and on with the action and you sort of piece it together and realize, it's pretty much fluff time between gore shots.  it's like the blair witch basement movie, only with more screaming, and actually less maudlin.

whoo, the dialogue/soliloquy/improv/victim trash talk is more deadly than some of the scenes, though, isn't it?



Mordum is a movie which I have issues with but I also think is ultimately dull & ineffective. It's trapped in it's own faux snuff genre constraints. There is no background on any of the victims, so all your left with is an endless stream of nameless, faceless victims. This makes it hard to illicit any empathy for their plight. It's also too repetitive. by the time the vomit girl kills the two women & necro guy has some wound sex it becomes tedious in it's repetition. Vomit doesn't bother me, having sat through two of Lucifer Valentine's awful vomitgore films I could deal with Mordum easily. My issue with Mordum is the scene in the bathtub near the end. that scene was basically peadophillic necrophilia & I think crossed the line. Films like Irreversible to my mind are far more shocking because of the depth of characterisation. Ultimately Mordum fails because Aftermath & Flowers of Flesh & Blood are far better faux snuff movies & just as graphic. Man Bites Dog is probably the best POV movie & a fantastic darkly grotesque film to boot.
i get why the bathtub scene bothers you.  it somewhat bothers me that it bothers me less; i feel like i should have responded more negatively to it more quickly.  i've personally got no love for pedophilia; quite the opposite in fact, but i guess i had my gore/moral blinders on for this one, and corpse>child and therefore 'object.'  not to mention it's pretty obvious that it's a prop.  maybe it's easier to be aware of some realities by not being aware of them.  i apologize for my phrasing in my prior mention of it.  i took it as sort of an attempt to cover all aspects of perversity, but if that's the case, they still left a few vices out.  and vomit girl seemed to kind of steal the group scenes altogether, not to mention her shitty camera work, but then shitty camera work is shitty camera work.

and i agree, i found myself wondering aloud why they didn't give you any victim background.  i wanted to know what was going on, but the noisy folks kind of draw all the focus, so you find yourself making up backstories instead of paying attention to the endless freneticism.  my own enjoyment of something like this is along the lines of how feasible it is, i guess, and a house full of nutjobs like these couldn't get through four victims before being found out.  i'd have liked way more character detail.

murder set pieces was pretty interesting but got tedious really quickly.  i'm almost certina that the big screamy guy from mordum was one of the robbers in the video store; his voice is familiar and his tattoo looks the same.  i also had a hard time, at the end, believing the little girl killed the shit of the big powerful serial killer guy.  the guinea pig series i'm not unfamiliar with, but i can't remember which one i have half-assed watched.  i liked man bites dog, though.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 17, 2010, 12:22:22 PM

which, let me add, i about laughed myself silly when the guy from the tattoo shop joined the fun.  he even had him a victim stashed away, lol fucking tattoo artists are selfish.  the necrophile guy actually looks a little like my apprentice, which also cracked me up considerably, especially considering the faces he made while humping the darkhaired victim not to mention the bathtub dead-baby-puppet-fuck.. vomit girl kinda got on my nerves, though, but then, i can stand almost any form of gore or degredation, but being a gay gal, well my gag reflex is alive and well and i tend to sympathy-vomit, so i admit to looking away a few times.  i also get why they did the jiggle-cam; it kind of makes things look worse, until they go on and on with the action and you sort of piece it together and realize, it's pretty much fluff time between gore shots.  it's like the blair witch basement movie, only with more screaming, and actually less maudlin.

whoo, the dialogue/soliloquy/improv/victim trash talk is more deadly than some of the scenes, though, isn't it?



Mordum is a movie which I have issues with but I also think is ultimately dull & ineffective. It's trapped in it's own faux snuff genre constraints. There is no background on any of the victims, so all your left with is an endless stream of nameless, faceless victims. This makes it hard to illicit any empathy for their plight. It's also too repetitive. by the time the vomit girl kills the two women & necro guy has some wound sex it becomes tedious in it's repetition. Vomit doesn't bother me, having sat through two of Lucifer Valentine's awful vomitgore films I could deal with Mordum easily. My issue with Mordum is the scene in the bathtub near the end. that scene was basically peadophillic necrophilia & I think crossed the line. Films like Irreversible to my mind are far more shocking because of the depth of characterisation. Ultimately Mordum fails because Aftermath & Flowers of Flesh & Blood are far better faux snuff movies & just as graphic. Man Bites Dog is probably the best POV movie & a fantastic darkly grotesque film to boot.
i get why the bathtub scene bothers you.  it somewhat bothers me that it bothers me less; i feel like i should have responded more negatively to it more quickly.  i've personally got no love for pedophilia; quite the opposite in fact, but i guess i had my gore/moral blinders on for this one, and corpse>child and therefore 'object.'  not to mention it's pretty obvious that it's a prop.  maybe it's easier to be aware of some realities by not being aware of them.  i apologize for my phrasing in my prior mention of it.  i took it as sort of an attempt to cover all aspects of perversity, but if that's the case, they still left a few vices out.  and vomit girl seemed to kind of steal the group scenes altogether, not to mention her shitty camera work, but then shitty camera work is shitty camera work.

and i agree, i found myself wondering aloud why they didn't give you any victim background.  i wanted to know what was going on, but the noisy folks kind of draw all the focus, so you find yourself making up backstories instead of paying attention to the endless freneticism.  my own enjoyment of something like this is along the lines of how feasible it is, i guess, and a house full of nutjobs like these couldn't get through four victims before being found out.  i'd have liked way more character detail.

murder set pieces was pretty interesting but got tedious really quickly.  i'm almost certina that the big screamy guy from mordum was one of the robbers in the video store; his voice is familiar and his tattoo looks the same.  i also had a hard time, at the end, believing the little girl killed the shit of the big powerful serial killer guy.  the guinea pig series i'm not unfamiliar with, but i can't remember which one i have half-assed watched.  i liked man bites dog, though.

It was the same guy in Murder Set Pieces, Fred Vogel, the head of Toe Tag Pictures, who did the SFX for Murder Set Pieces & Gutterballs. I thought Murder Set Pieces was dreadful. The main guy just couldn't act & the neo nazi thing just didn't work. The only two Guinea Pig films worth watching are Flowers Of Flesh & Blood (nutter in a samuri suit drugs & dismembers a woman to make a flower display) & Mermaid in A Manhole which is the pick of the bunch.
 If you haven't seen it Men Behind The Sun is worth watching, The content is shocking enough & incredibly graphic. The film is all the more shocking since it's based on the true crimes of the infamous Japanese military experiment camp run by Unit 731. Very hard to watch. The decompression, autopsy & frostbite experiments are staggeringly realistic. if none of that truly shocks you then I can only recomend the worst, most repugnant, vile, horrific piece of celluloid ever... High School Musical!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 17, 2010, 01:00:27 PM
you can't see it, but i am shrieking in protest rather than watch high school musical.  seriously, i never saw it, and i refuse to corrupt myself by trying.  lol, there's no way i could get through it without screaming for someone to turn it off.

speaking of screaming, fred vogel has a very distinctive screaming voice.

i started on men behind the sun but had to stop for dinner and then to bail my damn apprentice out of jail.  no kidding.  so, once he was on the way home, i didn't have the wherewithal to finish it yet, but you're right.  it's a very difficult movie to watch in light of the trueness of the stories.  not so much 'ilsa, the she-wolf' even though it is supposed to also be 'based on true atrocities'  it is, they give you some detailed scenes of torture etc, but it's also sexualized a whole hell of a lot, and therefore sensationalized.  i don't remember if i even paid attention long enough to end that one, it's been awhile.  i've got it filed under women in prison movies though, rather than horror or torture, because it fits that genre better.  i do love me some wip movies.  they're all awful, but also awesome.  i would very much like for pam grier to hug me someday.  well, seventies pam grier.

yeah, murder set pieces was pretty dreadful.  i didn't get the pseudo-nazi thing at all.....why is it always nazi shit?  why is no onscreen murderer a hun, or something.  no, it's always nazis.  it's flowers of flesh and blood that i've seen; i remember the samurai, and i remember hearing that charlie sheen thought it was a real snuff film and called the fbi to get them investigate, lol....



i promise you, if the guys in the shop take to doing horror, i will soooooo send you a first-pressed dvd of that shit.  now they are talking about making the tattoo porno into a three-parter, with zombies in the last part.  oh, and they talked me into writing them a script.  sigh, a scriptwriter for porn.......it had to happen.  on the heels of that, a friend of mine talked the local college into letting her do a small stage production of trey parker's 'cannibal' and GUESS WHOM they got to do all the special effects-n-set?  yep, you're right, everyone's favorite theater-major-slash-tattooist.  i plan to pump arterial sprays all the way to the back row if i can.  hell ya.

 
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 17, 2010, 05:27:41 PM
I haven't seen High School Musical either but the very thought of it scares me shitless.
 Men Behind The Sun is much tougher to watch than Isla or any other WIP films (A genre I find watchable/funny) Isla is camp, it may be very loosely based on Isla Koch but doesn't even attempt to stick to the facts or add any dramatic effect to the movie. Men Behind The Sun has an almost documentary fell to it & that makes what is shown all the more realistic & unsettling. You may have seen them already but other "classic" WIP films I would sort of recomend are The Beast In Heat, The Gestapo's Last Orgy & Bamboo House Of Dolls.
 Charlie Sheen did report Flowers Of Flesh & Blood to the FBI as a real snuff film. To be honest the SFX is very realistic, for example when the severed hand tightens it's grip on the murderer's hand by way of a reflex action.
 I look forward to the DVD lol. But zombie porn has been done quite a few times. Porno Holocaust & Porn Of The Dead spring to mind. Maybe they should try something a tad more original. Maybe I truly am a sick fuck but maybe something akin to Body Horror circa early Cronenberg? But even that has been kind of done in Tetsuo (the strange penis/drillbit sex scene!)
 If your planning on aterial sprays may I suggest researching with Tokyo Gore Police or Vampire Gorl vs Frankenstein Girl. Those movies have the most insane aterial sprays ever commited to celluliod.

I really am a sad movie geek & a bit twisted!  :embarassed:
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 17, 2010, 06:25:44 PM
I haven't seen High School Musical either but the very thought of it scares me shitless.
 Men Behind The Sun is much tougher to watch than Isla or any other WIP films (A genre I find watchable/funny) Isla is camp, it may be very loosely based on Isla Koch but doesn't even attempt to stick to the facts or add any dramatic effect to the movie. Men Behind The Sun has an almost documentary fell to it & that makes what is shown all the more realistic & unsettling. You may have seen them already but other "classic" WIP films I would sort of recomend are The Beast In Heat, The Gestapo's Last Orgy & Bamboo House Of Dolls.
 Charlie Sheen did report Flowers Of Flesh & Blood to the FBI as a real snuff film. To be honest the SFX is very realistic, for example when the severed hand tightens it's grip on the murderer's hand by way of a reflex action.
 I look forward to the DVD lol. But zombie porn has been done quite a few times. Porno Holocaust & Porn Of The Dead spring to mind. Maybe they should try something a tad more original. Maybe I truly am a sick fuck but maybe something akin to Body Horror circa early Cronenberg? But even that has been kind of done in Tetsuo (the strange penis/drillbit sex scene!)
 If your planning on aterial sprays may I suggest researching with Tokyo Gore Police or Vampire Gorl vs Frankenstein Girl. Those movies have the most insane aterial sprays ever commited to celluliod.

I really am a sad movie geek & a bit twisted!  :embarassed:

don't be embarrassed.  i'm pretty twisted too, and apparently more into strange genre than i originally would freely admit.  you just know waaaaaaaaaay more film titles than me.  like the wip's you suggested just now, and here i was thinking i had a pretty complete collection/list.  you should be writing this screenplay, not me.

you have to wonder if charlie sheen felt like an idjit for reporting a fake snuff film.  probably not, he doesnt seem like the sort that feels like he's erred ever at all.

i knew zombie porn had to have been done.  but, my apprentice is covered with zombie tattoos, loves zombies, and so on.  and, if i can coax them to do some gore, i'ma gonna.  our piercist would make a really good victim, but i doubt if she'd put up with the likes of vomit girl, even for film.  but the resultant fight and flight would make for good cinema, too.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on June 18, 2010, 02:55:28 AM
just remember that you casn make some really realistic  edible vomit with custard and glace fruits
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Pope Totalfrog on June 18, 2010, 03:03:02 AM
just remember that you casn make some really realistic  edible vomit with custard and glace fruits
and just a touch of sprite or soda water to give it the fizz it requires...
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on June 18, 2010, 03:35:35 AM
indeed!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 18, 2010, 05:05:25 AM
what are glace fruits?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The Angel Raliel on June 18, 2010, 05:25:12 AM
chopped up and peserved fruit peels and cherries etc (like you get on cakes)
(http://lh3.ggpht.com/janeerobbins/R1Hoya6QHoI/AAAAAAAAAlU/E_gtnyqRRf0/Glacefruit7copy_thumb13)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 18, 2010, 05:28:55 AM
they're very sparkly.  of course, if you're wanting american vomit, you'll want a can or two of corn.

honestly gonna try to stay away from vomit, though.  i'd like anything i work on to be vile and unwatchable for different reasons, like a glaring lack of style, substance, and the aristetelian unities.  i'm probably going to need a few gallons of fake blood though.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on June 18, 2010, 12:56:46 PM
they're very sparkly.  of course, if you're wanting american vomit, you'll want a can or two of corn.
...mashed peas, don'tcha mean?


honestly gonna try to stay away from vomit, though.  i'd like anything i work on to be vile and unwatchable for different reasons, like a glaring lack of style, substance, and the aristetelian unities.  i'm probably going to need a few gallons of fake blood though.
You "artists".....  :angry7:


...andohbytheway...  I've noticed that abundant gratuitous nudity can mitigate a
wide range of cinematic deficiencies.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 18, 2010, 01:23:42 PM
they're very sparkly.  of course, if you're wanting american vomit, you'll want a can or two of corn.
...mashed peas, don'tcha mean?


honestly gonna try to stay away from vomit, though.  i'd like anything i work on to be vile and unwatchable for different reasons, like a glaring lack of style, substance, and the aristetelian unities.  i'm probably going to need a few gallons of fake blood though.
You "artists".....  :angry7:


...andohbytheway...  I've noticed that abundant gratuitous nudity can mitigate a
wide range of cinematic deficiencies.
well, it IS a porn movie.  not to be confused with the stage show, which is, in fact, a musical, and what i need to make gore for, not the film.  the porno is not musical, or gory....well, it won't be gory till we get to part three if they decide to do the zombies.  actually, it wont be very musical, anyway, unless i can talk someone into 'doing' the background music pretty much for free.  but that's not my problem, coz i am only committed to script at this point, and it's a porno, so what; three or four lines at best, and cheesy ones at that.  the director, producer, owner of the camera, and main guy on film (my apprentice)....that's his headache.  honestly i think it's the one thing caught on film that i plan never to watch.  although i'll happily market that shit.

as for vomit in a porno--i think the point is for it to be real, if it's porn.  fake gore, real vomick.  we might skip the vomick.  in fact i'm pretty sure we will skip the vomick, considering the actors and their limits, not to mention it's really not what they're trying to do; i think the idea is fun rather than revulsion.  i know i'll have to be somewhat involved if they ever go so far as fx because i'm the only theater major among us.  the only other arts major is mr film, my apprentice; everyone else is medical professionals or firemen.  his day job is editing and filming commercials and events for tv.  hence the deluge of broadcasts from the shop about a month or so ago.  we'll definitely keep doing those but we're moving the shop so the internet is down for a bit.  plus summer is a bad time to get really big tattoos worked on.  it's too freakin hot.


ps--somewhatty, i'll be damned.  the sequel to mordum, i think it was penance?  actually has a discernable plot. 
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 18, 2010, 05:52:23 PM

ps--somewhatty, i'll be damned.  the sequel to mordum, i think it was penance?  actually has a discernable plot. 

Penance sort of had a plot, well more than the first two but that's not saying much. I think too much of that movie hinged on one scene & i'm sure you know the scene i'm talking about (C-section) I will give Penance some credit for trying to add a pyshcological element to it. Which is something that is sadly missing from a lot of these low budget shockers. Scrapbook missed the boat completely in that respect. It had an opportunity to portray the mindgames between captor & captive throughout the abuse. Instead it ignored that for cheap sensationalism like the forced blow job & an ending which made you feel cheated.
 The one area the AU series does succeed in is that once watched it cannot be unwatched, it stays with you long after the film is over. Sadly the lack of a decent scrip/dialogue/background characterisation make it nothing more than an American language version of the Asian Pinku films & even those had better plots.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 19, 2010, 02:38:56 PM

ps--somewhatty, i'll be damned.  the sequel to mordum, i think it was penance?  actually has a discernable plot. 

Penance sort of had a plot, well more than the first two but that's not saying much. I think too much of that movie hinged on one scene & i'm sure you know the scene i'm talking about (C-section) I will give Penance some credit for trying to add a pyshcological element to it. Which is something that is sadly missing from a lot of these low budget shockers. Scrapbook missed the boat completely in that respect. It had an opportunity to portray the mindgames between captor & captive throughout the abuse. Instead it ignored that for cheap sensationalism like the forced blow job & an ending which made you feel cheated.
 The one area the AU series does succeed in is that once watched it cannot be unwatched, it stays with you long after the film is over. Sadly the lack of a decent scrip/dialogue/background characterisation make it nothing more than an American language version of the Asian Pinku films & even those had better plots.
  i haven't been able to find a copy of scrapbook yet.  have i?  i don't know.  i'll look again. 

i agree, the c-section, as well as the miscarriage in the toilet shot at the end of the credits, which explained a lot was pretty much the only thing that explained anything, to me anyway.  i think they had a good idea with the trilogy, once you watch it as a whole you can kind of see the idea they have develop, but in the end because of the way it's done and a few things they should have left undone, it seems like in the end just a showcase for vogel's big groovy gore fx.  i guess it sticks with me because i'd like to see a movie with that level of effects, but with a freaking riveting, suspenseful plot--and still low budget.  i feel like just when i started to give a crap about the screaming psychotic killer family, it ended.  it's like the complete opposite of older gore movies, however pioneering; they were more alllllllll about what mommy did to this depraved psycho rather than the psycho's frenzies, although you always got to see their attempt at the aftermath, and dinosaur fx are usually nothing more than funny, rather than effectively horrifying.  even in penance, when you got to the big scene, it's kind of only startling because of the editing; they resort to jumping the scene out at you, which i always think is a cheap shot in horror flicks anyway.  to tell the truth, the makeup on the victims (and one of them did some academy-award sobbing, i thought) was actually more unsettling to me than the more 'still life' type of shots.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 20, 2010, 01:30:12 PM
  i haven't been able to find a copy of scrapbook yet.  have i?  i don't know.  i'll look again.] 

i agree, the c-section, as well as the miscarriage in the toilet shot at the end of the credits, which explained a lot was pretty much the only thing that explained anything, to me anyway.  i think they had a good idea with the trilogy, once you watch it as a whole you can kind of see the idea they have develop, but in the end because of the way it's done and a few things they should have left undone, it seems like in the end just a showcase for vogel's big groovy gore fx.  i guess it sticks with me because i'd like to see a movie with that level of effects, but with a freaking riveting, suspenseful plot--and still low budget.  i feel like just when i started to give a crap about the screaming psychotic killer family, it ended.  it's like the complete opposite of older gore movies, however pioneering; they were more alllllllll about what mommy did to this depraved psycho rather than the psycho's frenzies, although you always got to see their attempt at the aftermath, and dinosaur fx are usually nothing more than funny, rather than effectively horrifying.  even in penance, when you got to the big scene, it's kind of only startling because of the editing; they resort to jumping the scene out at you, which i always think is a cheap shot in horror flicks anyway.  to tell the truth, the makeup on the victims (and one of them did some academy-award sobbing, i thought) was actually more unsettling to me than the more 'still life' type of shots.

The miscarriage at the end didn't really move me one way or another Vomitgirls acting was so bad that her feelings of remorse & wish for redemption just didn't work for me. Compare her acting to the scene at the lakeside after Mari has been shot in Last House On The Left (original) The actors playing Krug, Weasel & Sade do a fantastic job with no dialogue portraying three people that realise the gravity of what they have done. For all it's faults, the film I mentioned earlier in this thread, Gutterballs is as close to low budget, high gore but with a plot movie you will find out there.
 Avoid Scrapbook at all costs. It's utter drivel. with such a lame ending that I really got angry. I only saw it because the British Film Censors hacked over 15minutes of footage out of it. So obviously I had to see the full unrated version. Awful, awful movie.
 Going back to Penance & "that" scene, have you seen Inside (french film with Beatrice Dalle)?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 21, 2010, 01:50:59 AM


The miscarriage at the end didn't really move me one way or another Vomitgirls acting was so bad that her feelings of remorse & wish for redemption just didn't work for me. Compare her acting to the scene at the lakeside after Mari has been shot in Last House On The Left (original) The actors playing Krug, Weasel & Sade do a fantastic job with no dialogue portraying three people that realise the gravity of what they have done. For all it's faults, the film I mentioned earlier in this thread, Gutterballs is as close to low budget, high gore but with a plot movie you will find out there.
 Avoid Scrapbook at all costs. It's utter drivel. with such a lame ending that I really got angry. I only saw it because the British Film Censors hacked over 15minutes of footage out of it. So obviously I had to see the full unrated version. Awful, awful movie.
 Going back to Penance & "that" scene, have you seen Inside (french film with Beatrice Dalle)?

yeah, i wasn't too shocked by 'that' scene.  a model is a model, after all.  i was more impressed by the sculpture and sort of disappointed in the incision.  but then, i am an fx freak, not because i ever want to do movie fx, but because i'm enough of an art snob to critique, lol.  i agree, vomit girl's acting is deplorable, no matter what, and i didn't have a lot of sympathy for her plight or whatever, not to mention they went from NO plot to TOO MUCH plot.  they could have said less and gotten the same idea across without vomit girl's film-eating.  plus, i mean i found it hard to cope with her having any remorse after the way they portrayed her.  i mean, she's vomit girl, man, she enters the series screwing her brother and cutting herself with glass she found lying around in the basement.  and where the hell did her brother go?  although i have to admit i CRACKED up when she brought vogel the bag of meat out of the fridge, then turns around and screams down the stairs 'I MADE YOU DINNER!!!!' when he yells at her.  that's actually the new shop catch phrase of the week, as of recently.

i have not seen 'inside.'  will look it up.  and, i will avoid scrapbook; it doesn't seem to come highly recommended anyway.  i do understand the need to watch something the censors got hold of......funny how usually they will cut out the scene where someone swears in front of the minor or whatever, but leave in the scene with the dildo room, or whatever a rational person might consider worse.  ratings crews suck.  you and i should become a ratings board, ourselves.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 21, 2010, 01:50:30 PM
I am an FX freak. I remember watching The Thing back in the 80s & just being blown away by Rob Bottin's fx work. Since then I have allways looked out for certain fx artists movies like Tom Savini, Gino De Rossi & Rob Bottin. I suppose that's why I have a dislike for CGI fx.
 As for vomit girls brother at the end of Mordum after the bathtub/corpse scene he argues with vogel in front of the upside down corpse & grab's Vogel's knife & cuts his own throat open & dies

The censors are hypocrites. In England they have a law about not allowing images in a movie to show an animal killed or made to suffer expressly for the purpose of a movie. So 6 minutes cut out of Cannibal Holocaust for starters, yet the scene where the villagers kill the bull at the end of Apocalypse now stays. I know some people will say that Coppolla was only filming a tribal ritual so it's ok but it's not. If you watch the Hearts Of Darkness documentary on the making of the movie Coppolla's wife is interveiwed & she was the one who saw this ritual performed off camera, told her husband & had them recreate it for the cameras, so it's utter hypocrasy & bullshit.
 If I was on a ratings board I would ban the really offensive stuff like The Sex & The City movies & Titanic.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 21, 2010, 03:01:51 PM
I am an FX freak. I remember watching The Thing back in the 80s & just being blown away by Rob Bottin's fx work. Since then I have allways looked out for certain fx artists movies like Tom Savini, Gino De Rossi & Rob Bottin. I suppose that's why I have a dislike for CGI fx.
 As for vomit girls brother at the end of Mordum after the bathtub/corpse scene he argues with vogel in front of the upside down corpse & grab's Vogel's knife & cuts his own throat open & dies

The censors are hypocrites. In England they have a law about not allowing images in a movie to show an animal killed or made to suffer expressly for the purpose of a movie. So 6 minutes cut out of Cannibal Holocaust for starters, yet the scene where the villagers kill the bull at the end of Apocalypse now stays. I know some people will say that Coppolla was only filming a tribal ritual so it's ok but it's not. If you watch the Hearts Of Darkness documentary on the making of the movie Coppolla's wife is interveiwed & she was the one who saw this ritual performed off camera, told her husband & had them recreate it for the cameras, so it's utter hypocrasy & bullshit.
 If I was on a ratings board I would ban the really offensive stuff like The Sex & The City movies & Titanic.

oh, i totally missed the brother's thing.  i'd started drifting out of focus after the bathroom scene anyway; it just seemed like more of the same when the camera FINALLY got out of the bathroom and vomit girl quit playing with the jaw bits, or whatever was in the sink.

i don't understand murderer's remorse in flicks.  i mean, you can gut-fuck a corpse and bathe in blood and eat hearts and whatnot, but then you feel bad about it?  that never seems realistic. 

yeah, i don't get censorship, or rather the people they get to do it.  i understand a ratings system, so you don't find yourself explaining surprise onscreen biology to your three-year-old, but when it comes to genre films.......i mean, how could anyone make a pg-13 horror flick, right?  as rational adults, we can generally see from a movie named 'hellbath bloodfuck' or 'feces of the damned' or whatever, it's not going to be a good kiddie matinee.  i feel like if you're going to get some people to rate shit, get people who have seen everything, not people with heightened moral senses.

i had an ex who watched sex in the city (and coincidentally LOVED titanic).  it made me into an internet junkie because the computer was in the other room, away from the tv, where i could watch zombie movies without upsetting her.  of course, at that time the only thing i ever watched on television was xena, and that's mainly because it was delightfully awful, and also full of bewbies & swords.  like a vaguely mycenean women in prison movie.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 21, 2010, 04:54:32 PM
Ratings boards are generally run by idiots. I Spit On Your Grave is still not available here uncut, neither is Ichi The Killer, both have had the rape scenes trimmed. Yet Baise Moi is totally uncut here because it's a French film & therefore it must be an art film. Despite the fact it has two porn stars as it's main characters, a disgracefully sexualised rape scene involving real penetration & zero plot.
 There is a market for films like Mordum, Aftermath, Murder Set Pieces etc. They should be available to be seen by an adult audience. After all it's only a movie. As long as the content is not illegal, it should be able to be seen.
 Zombie movies I love, even the crap ones, hell I own Zombie Creeping Flesh & have watched it several times. Xena was a bit camp for my tastes but anything with Bruce Campbell in is worth a watch, the copious amount of good looking women wearing next to nothing helped too!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 23, 2010, 12:33:48 PM
Ratings boards are generally run by idiots. I Spit On Your Grave is still not available here uncut, neither is Ichi The Killer, both have had the rape scenes trimmed. Yet Baise Moi is totally uncut here because it's a French film & therefore it must be an art film. Despite the fact it has two porn stars as it's main characters, a disgracefully sexualised rape scene involving real penetration & zero plot.
 There is a market for films like Mordum, Aftermath, Murder Set Pieces etc. They should be available to be seen by an adult audience. After all it's only a movie. As long as the content is not illegal, it should be able to be seen.
 Zombie movies I love, even the crap ones, hell I own Zombie Creeping Flesh & have watched it several times. Xena was a bit camp for my tastes but anything with Bruce Campbell in is worth a watch, the copious amount of good looking women wearing next to nothing helped too!
the best thing about xena (besides the bewbies) was how the directors still used 'evil dead evil woods cam' angles, and sometimes there were references, especially in the bruce campbell episodes.  i once sent a friend from england a set of videotapes, because america got episodes quicker, and discovered that the fight scenes were cut over there as much as the nude scenes were over here (WE didn't get full frontal, not till the dvd's).  lol i also sent a few tapes (labeled 'educational materials') to dubai, where a friend taught eurythmics or some sort of body movement class to saudi girls...not sure why...at any rate she said they cut their episodes, even the fight scenes, to where you could only get an extreme close-up of the actor's faces....no arms or legs or other uncovered skin.  not sure how they managed that.

i love zombie movies too.  to me they are the scariest movie monster of all, because they are made out of friendlies.

i notice violence is more frowned upon over there (england) than sex (unless the two are linked), whereas, americans are terrified of the sex scenes, thinking anything that shows a stray labia is DOUBTLESSLY hardcore porn.  unless, of course, whatever it was was in a film festival of some sort.  then it is art.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on June 23, 2010, 01:00:20 PM
Wait....   There was actual NUDITY in Xena?   :D
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 23, 2010, 01:02:12 PM
Wait....   There was actual NUDITY in Xena?   :D
yes.


 i can think of three episodes offhand, right now.


although it is whispered that on one occasion renee o'connor used a stunt butt.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on June 23, 2010, 01:21:04 PM
Does anyone know if Netflix has this?  I bet they do...

(Actually, Xena was always one of those shows I'd watch if I happened to catch
when it was on, but never went out of my way to see.....  but if there's nudity...)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 23, 2010, 01:27:30 PM
it's maybe one or two shows a season, but it's there.  i could try and think up a list of episodes but, i am sure there is a much better one online from a much more rabid fan than i.

however, the girls only actually kiss once, which is a shame.  although they make up for it with hot tub scenes.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on June 23, 2010, 08:42:51 PM
Actually....   While there is certainly nuthin' wrong with Lucy & Renee....

I always kinda liked Hudson Leick / Callisto.....   >:D

(http://content6.flixster.com/photo/53/93/77/5393776_tml.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on June 23, 2010, 09:36:44 PM
yeah she's quite the hottie.  has a better battle scream, too.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on June 24, 2010, 12:30:58 AM
"Blondes" aren't generally my thing (nuthin' wrong with 'em, I just prefer red/auburn/brunette is all...),
but there's just something about that ubiquitous evil grin...
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: The King of Carrot Flowers on June 24, 2010, 02:23:53 AM
I'm sure someone's already said it, but for the sake of thoroughness:

(http://thingsthatarerectangles.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/theroommovie.jpg)

*shudders*
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Edric. on June 25, 2010, 02:21:11 AM
I'm sure someone's already said it, but for the sake of thoroughness:

(http://thingsthatarerectangles.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/theroommovie.jpg)

*shudders*

YOU'RE TEARING ME APART, LISA


o hai mark
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on June 27, 2010, 03:21:29 PM
Can't believe I haven't posted this before

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/Fvfpb8SKi5rhoj1.jpg)

Low budget Japanese zombie awesomeness  O0
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on July 03, 2010, 06:24:19 AM
This film is perfect for this thread.
A film so utterly awful that it's awesome.

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/Riki-Oh.jpg)

Over the top martial arts/prison splatterfest with dreadful acting, hideous dubbing & some insane gore drenched fight scenes.
Example below NSFW

http://www.youtube.com/v/8vMKN1tYknE
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on July 03, 2010, 12:21:05 PM
This film is perfect for this thread.
A film so utterly awful that it's awesome.

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/Riki-Oh.jpg)

Over the top martial arts/prison splatterfest with dreadful acting, hideous dubbing & some insane gore drenched fight scenes.
Example below NSFW

http://www.youtube.com/v/8vMKN1tYknE
It seemed necessary.....

http://www.youtube.com/v/iwld8BZCo_Q
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: tw2113 on July 18, 2010, 01:23:59 AM
(http://ygrael.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/012908_bad_biology_final-1.jpg)
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on July 18, 2010, 01:09:15 PM
The entire Shadowbox needs to see this movie.

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/bloody-mallory.jpg)

So camp it utterly rocks.

Mix equal parts of Buffy The Vampire Slayer & the original Batman TV series, throw in a pinch of The Rocky Horror Show & Xena & you have Bloody Mallory.

Just see it, it's awesome!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: ginntastic on July 20, 2010, 10:09:22 PM
The entire Shadowbox needs to see this movie.

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/bloody-mallory.jpg)

So camp it utterly rocks.

Mix equal parts of Buffy The Vampire Slayer & the original Batman TV series, throw in a pinch of The Rocky Horror Show & Xena & you have Bloody Mallory.

Just see it, it's awesome!

Claire Danes is that you?
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on July 21, 2010, 03:04:13 AM
The entire Shadowbox needs to see this movie.

(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/bloody-mallory.jpg)

So camp it utterly rocks.

Mix equal parts of Buffy The Vampire Slayer & the original Batman TV series, throw in a pinch of The Rocky Horror Show & Xena & you have Bloody Mallory.

Just see it, it's awesome!

Claire Danes is that you?

Nope it's Olivia Bonamy
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Devery on July 25, 2010, 02:09:54 PM
My greatest every wish unlike Lisa and football is coming true!

http://www.avclub.com/articles/the-trailer-for-tommy-wiseaus-the-house-that-drips,43018/

HOUSE, YOU ARE TEARING ME APART!  Oh, hi, dripping blood.


read the comments; they are at least as self-aware as Tommy (Johnny) Wiseaus.  surprise, right?  but this one made my day:

If human beings ever just disappeared from the planet all at once, the only things talking to each other would be spam computers trying to sell shoes and Viagra to other spam computers until the power shuts down.

Kinda sad when you think about it



Further investigation reveals that this is a REAL 12-minute movie short.  But what is it about?  According to Brock LaBorde, the co-owner of Studio8, “It’s hard to explain.” Well, who does Wiseau play? “Alex!” And why is he covered in blood? “Because the house drips it on him!”
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on August 24, 2010, 05:07:03 PM
(http://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c378/Somewhatdamaged_/abominableDVD.jpg)

Any movie with a cast that includes Jeffery Combs, Lance Hendriksen, Tiffany Shepis & Paul Gleason has to have something going for it.
Pure B movie entertainment.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on August 24, 2010, 11:05:29 PM
I don't know the name, but I assume 'Tiffany Shepis' has large breasts and can keep a straight
face while speaking super-serious lines, carrying a large firearm, and wearing very little?  Oh,and
she doesn't trouble the director with pesky little questions like "Tell me again, WHY am I running
around an Arctic research station in nothing but my frilly Victorias Secret undies?"
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: imaginary friend on August 24, 2010, 11:15:55 PM
If you're in the Sydney area on September 11, you must go see this!!!!!! do it for me!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1xVIe8MzrQ

 :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: :headbang:

#@!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SomewhatDamaged on August 24, 2010, 11:52:28 PM
I don't know the name, but I assume 'Tiffany Shepis' has large breasts and can keep a straight
face while speaking super-serious lines, carrying a large firearm, and wearing very little?  Oh,and
she doesn't trouble the director with pesky little questions like "Tell me again, WHY am I running
around an Arctic research station in nothing but my frilly Victorias Secret undies?"


Pretty much spot on.
Think Linnea Quigly for the naughties
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: imaginary friend on August 25, 2010, 02:17:48 AM
Tiffany again:

(http://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m49/Joe_the_Destroyer/44e7.jpg)

#@!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: imaginary friend on September 05, 2010, 05:43:40 PM

a 9/11- themed musical?!

this could reach a whole new level of shittyawesome:

http://www.youtube.com/v/9twv5-OFJ2o

 :2funny:

#@!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Caerphilly on September 12, 2010, 06:24:34 PM
The Wicker Man the Nicholas Cage one

Best drinking movie ever.  Hilarious!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: SoulPhoenix on September 19, 2010, 10:54:21 AM
Basically anything that begins with the words "A Syfy original movie" qualifies for this thread, LOL, they're all so painfully bad, yet my girlfriend and i can't stop watching them, haha. The perfect example is coming up next week on the 25th......

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fK2bBfuepKk

SHARKTOPUS!! Wow, just..........wow, haha. Whatever the guys at Syfy are taking, no way is it a legal dose  ;D ;D
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Blue Canary on September 23, 2010, 07:39:09 PM
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: absynth aura on January 08, 2011, 01:42:01 AM
The Room.


Well....it's so bad it's bad, but hilariously bad.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: PolitelyOffend on January 08, 2011, 03:04:24 AM
Lifetime.
Mark my words, I WILL spoof this genre one day.
I think Family Guy said it best: "We will return to our feature 'Men Are Terrible and Will Hurt You Because This Is Lifetime'"
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: music box on January 09, 2011, 05:47:21 PM
Mars Attacks


Seriously. It is not that great of a movie but I fucking love it.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: CeeGBee on January 09, 2011, 09:48:50 PM
Mars Attacks


Seriously. It is not that great of a movie but I fucking love it.
What are you talking about?
Mars Attacks is an awesome movie!  Far better than that OTHER movie where Natalie
Portman's planet gets invaded by a bunch of funny-looking CG guys and she winds up
with the loser who saves the world....




In unrelated matters, Postal has very little to recommend it, but it is kinda funny.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Blue Canary on January 09, 2011, 11:12:34 PM
Lifetime.
Mark my words, I WILL spoof this genre one day.
I think Family Guy said it best: "We will return to our feature 'Men Are Terrible and Will Hurt You Because This Is Lifetime'"
YES.
My friends and I will watch them and poke fun at them the whole time. Good times.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: music box on January 10, 2011, 10:50:00 AM
Mars Attacks


Seriously. It is not that great of a movie but I fucking love it.
What are you talking about?
Mars Attacks is an awesome movie!  Far better than that OTHER movie where Natalie
Portman's planet gets invaded by a bunch of funny-looking CG guys and she winds up
with the loser who saves the world....




In unrelated matters, Postal has very little to recommend it, but it is kinda funny.

Don't be knocking Star Wars, now.

But Mars Attacks is honestly one of my favorite movies. It is cheesy and ridiculous but I love it.
Title: Re: Films so unbelievably bad they are good
Post by: Agonistes on January 10, 2011, 11:27:13 PM
i've about gotten tired of jack black, and the taller guy gets on my nerves, but i thought year one was pretty damn hilarious.