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    Ok, yesterday i was looking through a TV guide, and came across this movie. Thought it was a joke at first (it had to be, right?), but no. It's real. It's most likely completely terrible, which brings me to my point - is it so terrible it can actually be fucking great?

    Later i came across even more stupid ideas, like Sharktopus (yes, it is PRECISELY what it sounds like), Transmorphers (apparently there is a sequel also).

    Gotta check out this shit. I managed to get Titanic 2, still recovering from the laughing attack as a result of watching Sharktopus trailer.


    Any other reccomendations? Any other bad movies out there that are just so damn bad they shouldn't be overlooked?

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    Jolly Joker TV series or whatever it's called. Crimi, 1991, West Germany.

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    Grizzy Rage, Heatstroke, Roadkill, Tyrannosaurus Azteca, Sand Serpents, the Hive... There is a trailer for Titanic 3 - never let go, hahaahahah.
    Heatstroke is the best.

    I love titles of those movies.

    I haven't seen Dinocroc vs Supergator but I think I can recommend it.

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    Gingerdeadman with Gary Busey.
    When they said "sit down", I stood up.

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    Somehow, half of these movies (at least ) sound like they come from the same company...

    Feel free to thank me for narrowing down your search for terrible movies that prove people will spend money on anything in the name of irony to only a website or two.
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    I have nothing to add to this thread.

    But Raptor, did I tell you I moved to Slovenia? We should go for a [s]Union[/s] Lasko sometime
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    Pff, asylum. sy fy rocks http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categor...original_films

    and one more movie i'd like to mention - suckling. imagine, it's about fetus taking revenge on his mom, who had an abortion, and poor fetus was thrown into the toilet and mutated there and then came back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairman View Post
    Somehow, half of these movies (at least ) sound like they come from the same company...

    Feel free to thank me for narrowing down your search for terrible movies that prove people will spend money on anything in the name of irony to only a website or two.
    Thanks, dude. I already found out about Asylum myself (and hit a golden cave of movie atrocities), but you know what they say, it's the intention that counts

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    I have nothing to add to this thread.

    But Raptor, did I tell you I moved to Slovenia? We should go for a [s]Union[/s] Lasko sometime
    We should deffinitely do that. The new scool year starts soon for me, i'll be in Ljubljana more often than now, and i think i'll find enough time for 13 beers or so


    Now about Titanic 2. It's so fucking terrible it exceeded my expectations. The best stuff:

    - The bridge of the ship was obviously turned into a museum, with chain fence indicating the area where the tourists can move, old communication devices (phones or whatever) protected by glass,...
    - CGI that made helicopter flights look like the cutscenes from GTA
    - CONCRETE staircases and walls on a motherfucking BOAT
    - In some shots from the outside (at the beginning of the film) you can see the breakwater that is built around the ship Queen Mary (used for shoothing some scenes, such as the ship's bridge)
    - Submerged ice bergs, apparently ice can float around under water
    - Two super giant tsunamis caused by global warming
    - One of the passenger's father advicing his daughter and boyfriend to stay the fuck away from the lifeboats (which were actually miniature submarines, as the actual life boats were put on the deck just for decoration), because the second largest tsunami would destroy those life-eeer-submarines, and it would be safer to stay on the boat, which would have sunk before the rescue team would even have a chance to get there - with or without the tsunami. Riiiiiight....
    - It turned out he was right, as the life-submarines simply EXPLODED when the wave hit them. What the...
    - Climbing on the ladder apparently changes the gravity field, as your hair doesn't hang down towards the floor but rather horizontally towards the ladder you're climbing on...
    - A scientist ANSWERING HER PHONE BY NODDING
    - Ship's design changing from the Queen Mary to obvious Titanic design (easilly seen because of the chimneys - first there were 3 and all of a sudden there were 4)
    - When the tsunami (with a few icebergs) hit they started moving people into the lower decks, because they would somehow be safer there. Might not be such a bad idea, since the life-submarines were in the lower decks, and there were enough of them to save everybody, apparently. But why was everybody trying to get on the upper decks then? Does not compute...
    - The ship was said to be the fastest, most sophisticated ship ever created. Right. In the age of modern helicopters and computers all they could come up with was a motherfucking steamboat that looked like it was made 80 years ago. Well, it did have some more modern(ised) parts. But you get the point. Or maybe it was just a retro ship, considering how popular retro things are now...
    - There was a scene where a dude and two chicks wanted to get through a door that wouldn't open properly. The first chick got stucked, then barely got through the door, which the dude was holding open. Then the second chick tried to get through it, but the dude couldn't hold the door anymore and they slammed nearly shut, practically severing that chick in half. Now the opening in the door was even smaller, but despite it being much tighter than before the dude managed to get through it WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS AT ALL.
    - And my personal favorite: STOPPING ARTERIAL BLEEDING WITH SOME DUCT TAPE AND A CREDIT CARD! You've got to be kidding me.
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    Night of the Lepus (I haven't seen it, but the title and the fact its on IMDB's worst rated means it has to be good)

    Isolation - an Irish horror about attacking cow fetuses.

    Fatal Deviation - an Irish karate film which cost about 40 to make.

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    (T)Raumschiff Surprise: Periode 1! How could I forgot?!
    Just see it

    Purple dude would definitely love to be graped.... hahaha, even Hugo Stiglitz is there, he's acting like Bruce Willis in 5th element, yo. I know nothing about star trek but that they have cool spaceship, nice overalls, pointed ears and strange eyebrows but damn, I enjoyed this movie as hell. For me the best worst movie ever. <15468798635333333

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