I'm intangible,can we move on now?What are some favorite films of yours, The Tropers, that are admittedly terrible, but fairly damn entertaining anyway. For me, it's The Room between Tommy Wiseau and his acting going Beyond the Impossible concerning Large Ham and Dull Surprise The Lisa actress with a full on Dull Surprise and curious neck-tumor thing Doggy being such an Ensemble Darkhorse And Mark, who actually seemed to do the impossible in film with so many Plot Holes and half-Big Lipped Alligator Moment s, develop Although Troll2 comes close
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Savage Planet, all the way. It's a movie about future space colonists who land on another planet, which for some reaon has giant bears on it. All the bear footage is stock and taken from documentaries, and they only share the screen with people in silly green-screened moments. 1:10 to 2:13 in this video pretty much sums things up. That's not a montage, either. The movie really is edited that way.
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Another Perfect DayFor Your Height Only is one of my new favorites. It's a comedy (I think?) about a secret agent, filmed in 1981 in the Philippines. It's supposed to be a parody of the James Bond movies, but the only parodic element is the fact that the main character is a little person. Included are gems like his boss giving him a bunch of gadgets and not saying what they do, a villain who exists only inside a mirror, and the main character's slaughter of the entire local karate club. My friend and I recently watched it and recorded our commentary:
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Toyland RejectPieces. "Bad chop suey...so long!" And that commentary is gold, Seamus. Which one of you wanted to see him land during that freeze-frame jump, you or your friend?
Another Perfect DayThanks! It was my friend. We did another one like it for The Killer Shrews, if you're interested. It's on the same channel.
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The Man With No NameManos: the Hand of Fate. That is all.
Forever in-between.House of the Dead ("You did this to be immortal, why?" "TO LIVE FOREVER") and Batman & Robin.
Fuzzy Orange DoomsayerSoul Survivors is the most random movie I've ever seen, to the point that despite its abject stupidity, I was enthralled in trying and failing to guess what the writers would pull out of their asses next.
That's Feo . . . He's a disgusting, mysoginistic, paedophilic asshat who moonlights as a shitty writer—Something Awful
Pure cutenessDungeons & Dragons. The most enjoyable shit I've ever seen.
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The Happening, Troll 2, and (like he said) The Room. Although, really, anything bad enough to riff on (ESPECIALLY if it's in theatres) is pretty good.
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I second FLASH! Gordon. It's the best worst movie ever, which paradoxically makes it genuinely good and thus not eligible. I'm pretty bad at judging films, I'll watch anything. However, Super Inframan, a chinese knock off of Ultraman would be my favorite worst film.
How about the Street Fighter movie? That film definitely has So Bad, It's Good all over it! This film pretty much started the whole idea of But for Me, It Was Tuesday. Who could forget lines like "For I beheld Satan as he fell fr-r-rom Heaven! LIKE LIGHTNING!!!"
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Deadly Prey doesn't get enough credit in this regard. For god sakes, a guy rips off another guys arm and beats him to death with it!
I have a soft spot for Bride of Chucky, a camp horror classic marred only by the rest of the franchise. I mean, you've got doll sex and John Ritter getting a faceful of nails — what more could you want?
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Toyland RejectI think "Best Worst" implies the crew wasn't wholly in on the joke(they were). Then again, I'm not sure how seriously Pieces was intended to be taken... And I sincerely hope you meant aided by the rest of the franchise.
wobbledewopple wob wopplBeing an 80's slasher film that's indepently made, Basket Case ranks pretty high on there. But most horror movies I would describe as "good bad movies".
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My Soul, Your Beats!3 Ninjas and its sequel Three Ninjas Kick Back are not good movies. But I definitely remember liking them back in the 90s. I recall the movies being dumb but entertaining. (The third and fourth films in the series... eh, not so much.) I first saw Return from Witch Mountain (the movie sequel to Escape to Witch Mountain) when I was young, and enjoyed it. Rewatched the film a few years ago, and was surprised that it was watchable despite some humorously bad effects and its authentic 1970s aesthetic. The presence of some good adult actors helped. Finally, I need to see Samurai Cop sometime soon. Everything I've heard about it sounds bad but entertaining. The film barely has any mentions here on Tvtropes, and that needs to be corrected.
wobbledewopple wob wopplOh yeah, Losin' It is pretty awesomely bad, and that even has Tom Cruise in it, who I normally think is a tool and an overrated actor.
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ExcalibuuuuuuurThe Room is good, but I'm really not a fan of the extended sex scenes. ThanksKilling is hilarious.
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Toyland RejectI think I'm going to have to say Slaughter High. It's completely ridiculous and stupid, but a fun watch on April Fools' Day. Or any old time. Plenty of ridiculous deaths, gratuitous nudity and crappy accents to go around.
The Torterra Moves!My favorite bad movie is, and shall always be, Super Mario Bros.. It's just so ridiculous that I find it difficult not to love it.
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From what i've heard, Troll2 was intended as a horror-comedy, but the horror parts ended being the comedy and the comedy ended up being the horror (seriously, dafuq's up with that sex scene?)
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