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A.J. Bauer
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« on: September 21, 2012, 12:47:36 PM »

The hardest thing to find is bad and obscure movies. I'd like a list of movies you know very few people can see. Crap that was shot-on-shidieo garbage. If you're thinking of something MST3K did, forget about it. MST3K is too high profile. I mean something that IMDb would only give you lame stubs on.
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« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2012, 03:49:27 PM »

I recently watched some Indonesian action movies by this guy named Arizal. they're called American Hunter and Final Score. They star Robert Mitchum's son Chris Mitchum and have to be some of the funniest most insane action films I've ever seen.

I got them from a certain torrent tracker, and I'm pretty sure they're only available on Japanese VHS.

That's all I've got from recent memory.

EDIT American Hunter is on Youtube if anyone is interested.

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Oookaay...


« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2012, 05:45:54 PM »

^ haha, watching this now. some 'great' acting  TeddyR... it does have 3 reviews on IMDB though.

my first thought was CHAMPION KILLER. the most amateurish obscure movie I've ever seen, but that has reviews on IMDB too...
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« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2012, 02:24:27 PM »

The new frontier is nigerian cinema. Both horror and action genres are incredible for their mix of amateurism and not-so-special CGI fx...
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« Reply #4 on: September 22, 2012, 03:47:14 PM »

I saw a film called Disciple Of Death (1972) years ago. Pretty obscure. And horrible.  Thumbdown
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« Reply #5 on: September 22, 2012, 06:00:12 PM »

Eat The Rich:  The Cannibal Murders

This movie is REALLY bad.  It must be seen to be believed.  If you think you can't make a movie yourself, watch this flick and you will think you can make a better one with your digital camera, a few SD cards, and some of your most idiotic friends.  Fun stuff! BounceGiggle

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« Reply #6 on: September 23, 2012, 12:19:46 AM »

Dreams Come True (1982), softcorish fantasy adventure distributed by Troma.  The plot revolves around a young couple who fall in love, and unwittingly astrally project while they are asleep. 

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« Reply #7 on: September 23, 2012, 01:42:13 AM »

Filmed in the late 70s known as "The Hunting Season" before it fell victim to Troma. They recut, edited and added new footage and a new title: Deadly Daphne's Revenge (1987).
I'm pretty sure hardly anyone has seen the original cut, but judging by Troma's leftovers it was most likely a dull and boring rape-drama. Troma's added new exploitation footage didn't add anything, just making it worse.
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« Reply #8 on: September 23, 2012, 10:18:35 AM »

Here's one I bought from Something Weird awhile ago:



Sexy Shockers from the Vault Vol. 60

First he kills ’em, then he chills ’em!
“One of these days, someone’s gonna crack you over the head and knock the conceit out of it!” says sexy dancer Venus de Marco (SABRINA, “Britain’s Jayne Mansfield”) to muscular babe-magnet Rick Martin (ROBERT STORY), owner of The Ice House. She’s also setting up one of the most cockamamie premises -- a normal guy turns into a crackpot killer because he was bonked on the head with a bottle -- in this wild sex-horror-exploitation gem starring identical twins and Jennifer Aniston’s mom.

On her way to a party/orgy with a carload of beer-swilling boyfriends, Venus stops to get some ice while her boys get into a fight with Rick -- See Switchblade vs. Ice Tongs! -- until she breaks a beer bottle over his head. Boinnng!!! All of a sudden, Rick goes into a trance as everything gets psychedelic and, when he comes out of it, he’s screaming, “Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!” while choking the neck of his identical twin brother, police officer Fred Martin (DAVID STORY). “Apparently, you have what we call a trauma,” explains Dr. TRISTRAM COFFIN, who immediately suggests “confinement in a mental institution.” Instead, Rick goes to see Venus’ nude go-go show at the Magic Mushroom, follows her home, and startles the dear girl by climbing into the shower with her. Not only doesn’t Venus complain, she holds up a bottle and says, “Cheers!” Boinnng!!! Rick’s brain again snaps and he promptly strangles the buxom Brit. Frantically trying to dispose of her corpse -- and even cuddling it at a local lovers’ lane! -- Rick eventually freezes her back at the Ice House. But then horny Mrs. Wilson (NANCY DOWD, real life mother of Friends star Jennifer Aniston) shows up for some old-fashioned icehouse sex, offers him a drink and -- Boinnng!!! -- there he goes again....

A wonderful little sickie -- the credits perfectly set the tone with the cast’s names and likenesses painted on blocks of ice being slid off a truck and yanked away with tongs -- The Ice House comes complete with plenty of nudity, bits by B-movie vets SCOTT BRADY (He Walked by Night) and JIM DAVIS (Monster from Green Hell), a split second cameo by JOHN HOLMES making out in a car (“Hey, you’re screwing up my act!”), and a nude dance called “The Scrub” that somehow escaped sweeping the nation. Oddly, director STUART E. McGOWAN -- who wrote tons of B-westerns as well as the Republic horror film Valley of the Zombies -- also directed such family films as The Billion Dollar Hobo and They Went That-a-Way & That-a-Way.

Not a hit when released theatrically -- the title was quickly changed to Love in Cold Blood and The Passion Pit -- The Ice House still doesn’t deserve its current obscurity. Unfortunately, the only film elements we’ve been able to uncover is a single 35mm theatrical print which is pretty beat up. Nevertheless, it’s better to see The Ice House with scratches and splices than not see it at all.

And remember, kids: “Uncontrolled Passion is Man’s Destruction!”
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« Reply #9 on: November 01, 2012, 09:50:24 AM »



I guess it can't be too obscure, seeing as how 91 users rated it on IMDB, but no one ever talks about it or claims to have seen it. It is a hilarious piece of work *cough* crap though.
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« Reply #10 on: November 01, 2012, 11:00:17 AM »

The most obscure one in my personal collection is Ghost Stories  Graveyard Thriller.

Calling this a movie is about as accurate as calling the last time you took a bath as an "under sea epic."  It qualifies as a movie solely based on the fact that it was released on VHS. 

Here's the plot of the movie.  A person sits there and tells a story in a cemetery.  (By cemetery I mean "somebody;'s Halloween decorations.)  Then another person tells a story.  No.  This isn't an anthology tale.  That would require acting, setting, plot, those  typeof things.  This isn't Tales from the Crypt of Creep show, where somebody starts telling a story then you get to watch the story play out.  You're not "watching" the story.  You're watching people talk. 

That's the "movie". 

If you and your friends sat around a campfire and took turns reading from Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark you would have better production values than this movie... and probably better acting.Most certainly you'd have better stories. 

It currently has just 14 users who have ranked it on IMDB. 
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« Reply #11 on: November 01, 2012, 11:52:59 AM »



^ That thing right there.  I can't even find it in my DVD collection because my mind has learned to automatically ignore it as I scan through the titles.  Worse acting than you'd normally see in a high school play.  Everything else about the production is on the same level.
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« Reply #12 on: November 01, 2012, 12:50:47 PM »

I had a DVD which I picked up for £1 a few years back. The film was basically about a bunch of hippy witches writhing around on top of each other. It was filmed with camera equipment so bad that everything was very blurry to the point you could barely make out faces. the sound was so bad that the mics they used gave horrible piercing feedback all through the film (or the 20 mins I managed to get through), and all the voices were slowed down, everything seemed to be in slow motion. I'm convinced this movie was called 'SCAR', but none of the movies of that name in imdb match the description... if it sounds familiar to anyone let me know cause it's been bugging me for a while now... late 90s/early 2000s era iirc



^ That thing right there.  I can't even find it in my DVD collection because my mind has learned to automatically ignore it as I scan through the titles.  Worse acting than you'd normally see in a high school play.  Everything else about the production is on the same level.

at least the cover's good! well I think so...
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Hey....white women were in season.


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« Reply #13 on: November 01, 2012, 12:54:46 PM »

Eat The Rich:  The Cannibal Murders

This movie is REALLY bad.  It must be seen to be believed.  If you think you can't make a movie yourself, watch this flick and you will think you can make a better one with your digital camera, a few SD cards, and some of your most idiotic friends.  Fun stuff! BounceGiggle

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNVPpI7ahxY


     I concur.
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« Reply #14 on: November 01, 2012, 01:00:38 PM »

     Every movie in this set (except MRS. AMWORTH) fits your criteria.

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