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« Reply #15 on: March 08, 2007, 02:49:17 AM »

Man, I haven't seen a lot of the movies mentioned by you guys, but I'd have to say that Corman's The Terror was pretty bad. Pieces is a fun one to watch if I want to laugh a lot. Sisters of Death is just plain stupid. But the only movie I can't make myself sit down and watch in one sitting (consistantly, I've tried a half-dozen times!) is merely A River Runs Through It.
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« Reply #16 on: March 08, 2007, 03:34:05 AM »

Oh my god, y'all! I just watched a totally craptacular movie called Bloody Jack. Let me tell you, it was some of that bad. I laughed and laughed at the people running around with flashlights and tripping over things in the broad daylight. I think the explanation was they were in Alaska.

Then, of course, there is the bizarre Idaho Transfer. I think I watched it five times before I finally figured out what was going on.

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« Reply #17 on: March 08, 2007, 09:45:55 AM »

Bag of Crushed Child was definitely the most amateurish thing I've ever seen.  I think you can download it over at Ziggy's Video Realm.  Pretty much half the movies in those Brentwood 10 movie sets qualify.  They opened my eyes to a whole new level of low production values.  Broken Skull stands out in my memory.  The dialogue is quite soft, but somebody closes the door on a medicine cabinet and it sounds like a gunshot.  Two people will be having a conversation and there will be two cameras (and apparently two microphones) filming it.  One camera has a very loud humming noise, the other doesn't.  So the noise starts and stops every time we switch from one character to another.  Then there's Princess Warrior, if you ever want to see bad acting, check that out.  For the plot, well, two cops catch some girls, and instead of taking them to a police station, when night falls they all just sleep in the car.  The girls handcuff the cops to the steering wheel and escape.
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« Reply #18 on: March 08, 2007, 10:54:29 AM »

The worst flim I ever saw by an Oscar (TM, R, CC, LMNOP) winner is "Full Frontal".  No, it's not a porno.  It will make you want to pull your brains out of your nose about 10 minutes into it.  Brad Pitt gets billing but he's in it for maybe 15 seconds.  It's not art-y, it's not dramatic, it's not funny.  Pure dreck!  Ye Been Warned!

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« Reply #19 on: March 08, 2007, 11:50:51 AM »

Bag of Crushed Child was definitely the most amateurish thing I've ever seen.

Egad, I think that I am happy I've not seen it - just based on the title.

Then there's Princess Warrior, if you ever want to see bad acting, check that out.

I don't know, I think the scenes on the motorcycle (Or was it a scooter?) were all rather well done.  Not that there were a lot of scenes with those two on the motorcycle.  Okay, I am being facetious.  I think that half the movie was filmed either with them on the motorcycle or at the entryway of the one house.
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« Reply #20 on: March 08, 2007, 12:36:18 PM »

Another one that comes to mind is From Dusk Till Dawn 2.  Horrible film, then in the information screen (Direct TV) it lists Bruce Cambell and Tiffany Thiesen (Is that how it is spelt?) for the major roles and they die 5 minutes into the film and do not show back up.

What a let down.  I thought Bruce would be a head vampire or something.

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« Reply #21 on: March 08, 2007, 12:37:24 PM »

There are so many I could list.  I suppose Garden of the Dead would be one.  Not only does it have running zombies ala Dawn of the Dead remake, but they just seem to pop out at random times and arbitrarily hit someone with a weapon.  Yes, these zombies use weapons.  They're not at all flesh eaters.  At least, not that I remember.  There's also the hillbilly romance angle they've cooked up in this movie.  

Let us also not forget Superbeast.  While some have liked this movie, I found it to be a long, boring, uneventful waste of time.  Never before have I seen a character wander around and do absolutely nothing useful to any sort of plot for such long periods of time!  I mean, there's one scene where she investigates the forest for five minutes!  

And yes, I've seen Children of the Living Dead.  That movie taught me a valuable lesson: Always read a few reviews before buying an unknown flick.  Good god, did i hurt.  I tried to make myself like it so many times.  I really liked Tom Savini while he was in it, but he's only in the first fifteen minutes of it.  From there, it just goes straight to hell.  And this was supposed to be the "true" sequel to Night of the Living Dead.  
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« Reply #22 on: March 08, 2007, 03:10:03 PM »

Princess Warrior?

I swear I have that on DVD somewhere.  Yeah, I actually bought it, never managed to watch it from beginning to end though.  Don't remember much about it aside from the cover, which had NOTHING to do with the actual movie.   Hatred

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« Reply #23 on: March 08, 2007, 09:32:46 PM »

I've been a longtime reader of this site (since around 2000 or maybe even earlier) and I must say that I agree about the Brentwood collections. I love those things just to see what kind of nonsense people have made in the name of filmmaking.
I'll have to pull out Broken Skull now. I have it somewhere around here, but I've yet to watch it.
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« Reply #24 on: March 09, 2007, 03:32:09 PM »

I've been watching bad movies for a few years now, and for me, nothing comes close to the gem that is "Manos:  The Hands of Fate."  Single-camera action, stock footage, dub-overs, chick fights, and a man with giant knees?  Oh glory.

"Troll 2" is also way up there.  Just watching grandpa freeze time so a kid can pee on a table is enough for me. 

A slew of other shlock favorites would be "Fist of Fear, Touch of Death," "Night Train to Terror," "Catman in Lethal Track," and "Hard Rock Zombies." 

Here's to masochism!   Cheers
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« Reply #25 on: March 09, 2007, 06:13:45 PM »

I've been a fan of this site for several years and have just recently discovered this forum. I've been a fan of these films since I sat through an enviromental double feature of 'Frogs' and 'Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster' at our local theater.

Just to get started off here, here's 10 of my favorites I think represent some of the best of the worst: 

Maniac (1934)
The Mysterious Mr. Wong (1934)
The White Gorilla (1945)
Chained for Life (1951)
The Ghastly Ones (1968)
The Revenge of Dr. X (1970)
Blackenstein (1973)
Night of the Demon (1980)
Battlefield Earth (2000)
The War of the Worlds (2005) Timothy Hines version

If you're truly a bad movie fan and you've never seen 'The Revenge of Dr. X', the story of a grumpy NASA scientist ("How in the hell can anybody be so utterly stupid as to build a rocket base on the coast of Florida?!?") and his puppy-eating Venus Fly Trap monster, you owe it to yourself to find a copy right away. The film has the wrong credits and the screenplay is by Edward D. Wood, Jr.!
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« Reply #26 on: March 09, 2007, 08:54:49 PM »

I've been a fan of this site for several years and have just recently discovered this forum. I've been a fan of these films since I sat through an enviromental double feature of 'Frogs' and 'Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster' at our local theater.

If you're truly a bad movie fan and you've never seen 'The Revenge of Dr. X', the story of a grumpy NASA scientist ("How in the hell can anybody be so utterly stupid as to build a rocket base on the coast of Florida?!?") and his puppy-eating Venus Fly Trap monster, you owe it to yourself to find a copy right away. The film has the wrong credits and the screenplay is by Edward D. Wood, Jr.!

Welcome aboard and, man, I would say that the Godzilla flick was the easier of the two.  "Frogs" is fairly slow moving, much like the giant snapping turtle that slowly closes in on the victim who is trapped in the mud.  Of course, you have the frogs slowly hopping their way to Milland's death at the end.  Imagine him like Brando in "Apocalypse Now," but repeating "The hopping.  The hopping..." as he dies.

Think that I heard about "The Revenge of Dr. X" before (I went through a phase of tracking down killer plant movies).  If this is the same movie, it was rumored to be terribly tedious.
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« Reply #27 on: March 09, 2007, 09:37:48 PM »

Thanks for the warm welcome. It's always great to find some kindred spirits!

I definitely agree that the Godzilla film was easily the more enjoyable, especially since we were treated to that great enviro-song "Save the Earth". I remember the most disturbing scene in Frogs was when the froggies climbed all over Milland's birthday cake. The poster was great, though, with the hand hanging out of the frog's mouth.

The Revenge of Dr. X aka The Double Garden is a bit longer than most films in this class, clocking in at just over 90 minutes. But it does have many great mind-boggling moments (in 1970 did you really have to drive to from Florida to North Carolina to catch a plane to Japan? If a greasy fat guy holding two snakes invited you into his barn, would you chuckle to yourself  and enter? Would you forget that your father's summer resort is next to an active volcano?) mostly curtesy of Wood's unmistakable dialogue. He really liked the word "facts". And the monster is a hoot: a face like the monster in Dracula vs Frankenstein, a big daisy neck, and flytrap hands and feet. I think it's supposed to be a semi-remake of The Manster, but I'm not sure.  There's some topless pearl drivers toward the middle if things get too tedious!

Anyway, everyone can judge for themselves. He's a link to the thing on Google video. Again, the credits at the beginning are wrong. They actually belong to a rerelease The Mad Doctor of Blood Island. The real star is James Craig, who was a MGM star in the 40's.

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« Reply #28 on: March 09, 2007, 10:52:27 PM »

Holy mother of Mercy...I just fast forwarded to bits and pieces...tomorrow I will watch it all..if my mind can take it. I've heard about it,and read the review in the Psychotronic Video Guide,but  seeing is unbelieving! I MUST own this movie,to torture my family with.heeheehee...! TeddyR
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« Reply #29 on: March 10, 2007, 12:01:40 AM »

I got my copy in "Chilling Classics", one of those 50 movies for twenty bucks packs.
I'd read that review in the Psychotronic Video Guide and couldn't believe it when I stumbled on it.

A really weird scene has the doctor fantasizing about the monster slurping up rabbits, chickens, puppies, rats, etc. with its flytrap hands. 

I dearly love those 50 movie packs. They're like manna from Heaven!

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