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    Posted: August 22 2005 at 3:50am

YO! I just got MY copy of Official RAZZIE Movie Guide from Amazon, and stayed up MOST OF THE NIGHT reading...and LAFFING! I noticed while ordering that they said they only had a handful of copies left in stock -- Maybe you'd better order YOURS quick!

 

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There's one direct-to-video movie you have to see at least once: BLACK MASK 2. Everything about this movie was inane! The plot is that Black Mask must stop a group of wrestlers who can turn into Giant animals. The films most established actors are Jon Polito ( Mr. Gideon from THE CROW) Tyler Mane ( Sabertooth from X-MEN) and the dude who played Leatherface in the TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE remake. This is, without a doubt, one of the " So Bad it's Good" types. But how can you say no to a movie where Professional Wrestler Rob Van Dam turns into a giant spider?
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Since no foreign films have been mentioned yet, I have to bring up Taku Sakaguchi's VERSUS. It's kinda like EVIL DEAD 2, only that was supposed to be funny. It has a fairly thin plot that gives an excuse to stage uninnovative fight scenes with bad camera work. The best part is the zombies that have guns, and the Yakuza leader. Of course, this one's only funny either late at night or under the influence!
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I still like the FRIDAY the 13th movies, the ELM STREET movies are classics, though...
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Santa Claus Conquers the Martians

Don't ask why...except I play it at full volume to drive my neighbors nuts...

There was also a rumor around my apartment building that a few days after I started playing the movie on my DVD player...all the cockroaches in the building started to disappear...   
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Originally posted by Sanndman228715

I still like the FRIDAY the 13th movies, the ELM STREET movies are classics, though...
My favorite Friday the 13th movie so far is part 3. Mostly because it had the hottest girls. I particularly like the one who was supposed be Mexican  Of course the Mexican always has to get killed in movies.
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Originally posted by HeadRAZZBerry

I've alwaze wanted someone to explain the last line of DUNE to me: I'm sure I must have heard it wrong, but after slogging thru nearly 2 1/2 hours of pretentious, loud, boring garbage, I swear just before the final fade out, I heard a character say: "How can this be, for Moab IS the quiche's hat-rack!"

I thought it was "quiche's Hatteras".

Which doesn't make any more sense, a Hatteras is a brand of yacht.

My all time favorite is Congo, Amy the gorilla drinking a martini and having a cigar on the plane.  Laura Linney owes me big for that one.  I use it as my gold standard; "Sure it was bad, but it was no Congo." 

Pity we don't have an 'Anti-Emmy' award for television, 'Spring Break Shark Attack' would be a shoe-in.

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I must admit I want to see the campyfest, pseudo-porn flick "Showgirls" just for guilty pleasure values...
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Anyone remember the 'horror' movie From Hell It Came? 

Loved that one: A tribal warrior put to death and a Tobunga, (a vengeful spirit who possesses a tree over the gravesite), wreaks havoc all over a tropical island.  Amazing to see people not able to escape a toddling tree...

Try to get your hands on this one!  Priceless!

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My favorite bad film has got to be Bill Rebane's "The Giant Spider Invasion."  It's the kind of plot that would usually be given an epic status and budget, but Rebane had neither.  He got a few star names of the past, got together a few local actors and colleagues, and made it.  What he lacks in budget and resources, he makes up for in sleazy and often hilarious exploitation.  Dan Kester cheats on his wife by claiming to go to a revival meeting only to hook up with a country hooker.  His wife is a pathetic alcoholic.  Dan's cousin (cousin billy at the rock shop to you) has the hots for his sister in law.  After Dan's cattle are killed by marauding spiders, he butchers up the meat and sells it.  This is a great film, and I doubt that even Rebane took it seriously. 
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hmmmmmmm, so many choices for someone with too much time to kill...

i would go with "over the top" with stahhhloan or "on deadly ground" with steven seagull...   i know, i know, how do i choose which seagull movie is da wurst???   how about a movie of a man who works for the environment yet blows up half of the great white north in the process??  plus, he looks like crap..  michael caine looked better than him, and caine has been dead for 14 years!!!!

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Post Options Post Options   Quote colbyjack Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 05 2006 at 11:44am
I love Dwain Esper's Maniac.  Thin plot, pointless and slow dialog mixed with a healthy dose of insanity, murder, catfights, rape, nudity, eye eating, raising cats for fur, dream sequences lifted from haxen and mastice in hell, and inane intertitles explaining various psychological disorders.  How it makes me long for the days of the roadshow.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote trent Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 05 2006 at 6:21pm
OMG: The worst movie in history is The Time Machine. absolutely dreadful. nothing can beat that in the book of dogs.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote HeadRAZZBerry Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 05 2006 at 6:30pm
I assume you mean the recent remake of TIME MACHINE and NOT the classic 1960 Rod Taylor/George Pal version??
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Originally posted by HeadRAZZBerry

I've alwaze wanted someone to explain the last line of DUNE to me: I'm sure I must have heard it wrong, but after slogging thru nearly 2 1/2 hours of pretentious, loud, boring garbage, I swear just before the final fade out, I heard a character say: "How can this be, for Moab IS the quiche's hat-rack!" Sounds like Yoda-on-Acid to me, but all these years later, I still remember thinking...W-H-A-A-A-T?!?!?!


Sorry to be the know-it-all snoot here, but the line is "Muad'dib IS the Kwisatz Hadderach."

What does that mean? It's the name of the Messiah in one of the religions Frank Herbert made up for his book series.  It's the movie's fault for not explaining anything.
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Has anybody seen the movie Zipangu?
I imagine it might be hard to find in the U.S.

Japanese Samurai-Fantasy adventure. Think Shogun Assassin mixed with Neverending Story.
Sound bizarre? It is.
Too bad they didn't spend any money on special effects. I like the part where you can see every single string holding the "flying" ninja stars in the air. And the inexplicable decision to involve a midget and a couple of guys in an elephant suit. I suppose it gets points for being unique, though. And for not being too long. 
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