One I've seen I bet no one here has: Bullethead. God it's an awful film.
I've seen it; got a copy somewhere around here on VHS. I actually recall quite liking it, although I had to give it a lot of leeway for its zero-budget production values. Been something like ten years since I've seen it, so no idea what I'd think of it now.
Thinking about it, I'd probably appreciate it more now. As I recall, some of the photography was competent and interesting considering an obviously ULTRA low budget, and the movie seemed to actually be trying to say something. That's more than, say, most of Asylum's catalog.
Here's one: The Blue Jeans Monster.
This is the only film starring the late Shing Fui-On (who died of cancer in 2009). If any of you have watched Hong Kong films, you'd probably recognize him as the lead villain in the Killer, and a minor villain in A Better Tomorrow, God of Gamblers, and DOZENS of other films. Here he is, showing WHY he plays villains..
Anyway, the Blue Jeans Monster is a CAT III (NC-17 equivalent) sort of action-sex-comedy film about a police officer who gets killed, but comes back from the dead because his wife is pregnant and he wants to be there to see his son. Also, he wants to get the guys who killed him. It has a scene where he eats noodles, they all fall out of the big hole in his gut (an injury from when he died), and then someone else eats them. And it has a scene where two women discuss whether having sex while pregnant will lead to a baby with a flat nose, and the possible danger of the man having his penis bitten by the baby ("that's why they don't have any teeth!").
Oh, and popping breast implants.
It's also pretty entertaining and worth tracking down.