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Title: Bad Movies on streaming services
Post by: bob on April 14, 2021, 01:37:05 PM
I swear I saw this topic on here somewhere... I looked but couldn't find it and with the search not working.. well I made this

I joined Peacock last week ona  really cheap one time deal $10 for 4 months so I could watch Wrestlemania, and figured I with that price I could just enjoy a lot of movies thereafter

much to my surprise Peacock has just a ton of bad movies on it, made even more obvious by the fact they only show the scores of movies from Rotten Tomatoes by the ones that were certified fresh

in fact, I think they may have more bad movies then good ones

I searched for their listings in alphabetical order and here's what I found right on the top:

100 Degrees Below 0, 100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck, 10th & Wolf, 11/11/11, 12 Christmas Wishes for My Dog, 12 Days of Christmas Eve, 12/12/12, 2 Headed Shark Attack, 200 mph, 3rd Street Blackout, 47 Ronin, 4 got 10, A Christmas Cruise, Christmas in New York, A Christmas in Royal Fashion, A Christmas in Vermont, A Christmas Mystery, A Christmas Solo, A Christmas Princess, A Deadly View, A Cinderella Christmas, A Cry From Within A Dogwalker's Christmas Tale, A Husband for Christmas, A Kind of Magic, A New Christmas, A Little Trip to Heaven, A Little Bit of Heaven, A Mile in His Shoes, A Puppy for Christmas, A Prince for Christmas, A Wedding for Christmas, A Royal Christmas Ball, A Winter Wedding, A Year and Change, A Woman Deceived, Accidently Engaged, Acceleration...

I could just go on and on

it looks like they cut a deal with The Asylum, Hallmark and Lifetime movies


Title: Re: Bad Movies on streaming services
Post by: Rev. Powell on April 14, 2021, 02:53:23 PM
Amazon Prime has a ton of them, too many to list.

Right now, my watch group's poll includes "Things" (1989) and "Voyage of the Rock Aliens" (1984). (And "Capone," which is a bad movie, too).

Not so many on Netflix anymore as most of their back catalog is disappearing and being replaced with originals. (I'm getting close to dumping them for this reason.) They do have "Ju Jitsu," though. Netflix also has a new content deal coming with Sony, though.


Title: Re: Bad Movies on streaming services
Post by: pacman000 on April 14, 2021, 10:21:45 PM
In theory, only 10% of all movies are good, so a large number of bad films is to be expected.

Tho most of those titles donít sound bad; just generic, fluff meant to appeal to a sub segment of the market.


Title: Re: Bad Movies on streaming services
Post by: bob on April 15, 2021, 09:12:49 PM
I found a hidden gem: Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies

historically inaccurate as all hell, the guy playing Lincoln carries this film to heights far better then it really should


Title: Re: Bad Movies on streaming services
Post by: Alex on April 16, 2021, 02:43:18 AM
I watched Post Apocalpytic Commando Shark on Amazon last night. That was pretty bad.


Title: Re: Bad Movies on streaming services
Post by: Rev. Powell on April 16, 2021, 07:55:21 AM
Looks like we'll probably be watching "Things" on Amazon Prime next Saturday. A semi-legendary bad movie I've never seen, I'm stoked!

https://www.amazon.com/Things-Barry-J-Gillis/dp/B083CMF8G9/ (https://www.amazon.com/Things-Barry-J-Gillis/dp/B083CMF8G9/)


Title: Re: Bad Movies on streaming services
Post by: Trevor on April 18, 2021, 05:32:55 PM
Tubi has a bunch of them and there are some South African classics there as well.


Title: Re: Bad Movies on streaming services
Post by: jimpickens on May 27, 2021, 02:58:28 AM
American Horror has bunch same with B Movie TV and B-Zone Raygun and various grindhouse themed channels on ROUKU have some that I haven't seen since the VHS days and some I've never heard of.