Post by ailishsmom on Apr 17, 2010 16:15:39 GMT -6
While Ed Wood may be world renown for the worst movie ever made, there are so many out there. You know the ones that are so bad (either intentionally or un) they are such good fun to watch. While some have become cult classics like Rocky Horror and Army of Darkness, some are yet to be appreciated. My personal favorite? Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter. Yes, the Catholic Church has brought back Jesus to hunt vampires. Why? Because vampires have discovered that by killing and wearing the skins of lesbians they can walk in the sun. Basically a handful of Canadian college kids had about 200 bucks, a motor bike and a gold lame' jumpsuit and built a film around it. There's midgets, Mexican wrestlers, kung fu scenes, and oh yea, did I mention it's a musical? I love this film so much it makes me giddy ;D Hunt it down if you can. So what's your favorite bad film?
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Post by ailishsmom on Apr 18, 2010 15:38:30 GMT -6
My kid and I were talking about Holy Grail just last night. She remembers being 13-14 years old with a broken leg. While she was laying on the couch recuperating, I put in the HG DVD and said, "You are about to be officially inducted into this family." We did the same thing with our German exchange students. Orgasmo I have not seen. May have to look that one up.
Post by JeannieHolmes on Apr 18, 2010 18:42:49 GMT -6
Night of the Lepus.
Basic plot: Giant mutant bunnies terrorize the southwest.
Stars Deforret Kelly ("Bones" from the original Star Trek). You have to say "He's dead, Jim." whenever you see him.
"Please! This is supposed to be a happy occasion. Let's not bicker and argue over who killed who." -- King of Swamp Castle (MP & HG) "Once the number three, being the third number, be reached, then lobbest thou thy Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch towards thy foe, who, being naughty in my sight, shall snuff it." -- The Book of Armaments (MP & HG)
Dr. Horrible's Sing a-long Blog. Holy Gods! If you haven't watched it... you must. Nothing like Nathan Fillion and Neil Patrick Harris in an Joss Whedon musical. You can YouTube the acts. And the theme music is perfection-also Netflix is carrying it.