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Old 01-03-2014, 02:31 PM   #101
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The Island of Dr. Moreau (Brando & Kilmer)

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Old 01-04-2014, 10:42 AM   #102
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Bad movie that I enjoy:

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Old 01-05-2014, 10:47 AM   #104
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Man, I don't give a **** I love that movie. Same with Burton's Planet of The Apes. Just something about them. It's a so bad it's good with a bit of nostalgia for me I guess. Definitely guilty pleasure

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Brando was a great Dr. Moreau.

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The Dinosaur Project. As if the shaky-cam nonsense wasn't annoying enough, they (spoilers!) killed off the girl too fast for no good reason, and the dinosaurs themselves looked downright horrible

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Old 01-17-2014, 11:40 AM   #109
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I'll have to watch Legend of Hercules at some point so I can add it to this list.

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plenty of bad movies, but The Last Airbender is the only one that springs to mind that pisses me off.

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Old 01-22-2014, 05:35 AM   #113
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Tarzan the Fearless: Boring Tarzan movie with Buster Crabbe. Tarzan is wimpy, and wears a thong in it. I almost expected him to break one of his fingernails and pass out while fighting a crocodile.

Oldboy (the original): Filthy and overrated. I suspect that many people like this movie only because of the critics. Didn't care about the main character.

Inside: People whine about how stupid american horror movies are, and praise this crappy french snore...I mean gorefest! The only movie I have broken in two and put in the trash. Ugly, nihilistic garbage.

The Lone Ranger: Clayton Moore is turning in his grave, they took a good hero and used him as toilet paper. Johnny Depp plays Jack Sparrow once again in this boring, mean-spirited, sadistic piece of trash Disney movie. I bet Walt Disney is turning in his grave too.

Hawken's Breed: zero-budget western movie, slow, boring and weird. Bad music...I think there was a plot somewhere, but I forgot it.

Paranormal Activity: The worst movie I've watched in a theatre. It's not scary at all...Scooby Doo is scarier.

Friday the 13th (remake): Stupid soft-core porn. While the old movies had nudity in them, this one tried to be as vulgar and ugly as possible. Time to let Jason rest in piece.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2: The first time I saw (get it?) TCM2, I didn't like it. Then I tried to watch it again after many years...now I just hate it. What kind of drugs were they on when this was made? Disgusting and surreal.

Kick-Ass: Remove the "kick" from the title, it's better that way. Everything that's wrong with todays movies. It's not cool to slaughter people, and it's not funny when someone's mother suddenly dies because of an aneurysm. I don't get it...if that's funny, then what about the scene where a girl's father burns to death, screaming? Wow, that's comedy gold right there...It doesn't deserve to be called a superhero movie.

The Hangover: Movie about immature "men" with angry wives. One of the wives tells her husband that she don't want him to visit strip clubs...wow, what a b*tch. It also includes naked chinese men, old women who performs oral sex, jokes about having sex with tigers, masturbating babies etc. A typical, modern comedy. In other words: total crap.

Transformers 2-3: I can sum it up: masturbation jokes, dogs humping, robots farting, Shia LeBeouf screaming "aaah nonono Bumblebee aaaaah, aaaah!", robot testicles, racial stereotypes, boobs, butts and fight scenes where you can't tell what's going on.

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You're Next was pretty much a waste of time. It's probably not bad enough to be on this list (though some of the acting in it certainly makes a case for it) but what I don't get is how they tried to act like it was a "twist" on the horror genre. It really wasn't; just another predictable jump-scarefest.

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You're Next was pretty much a waste of time. It's probably not bad enough to be on this list (though some of the acting in it certainly makes a case for it) but what I don't get is how they tried to act like it was a "twist" on the horror genre. It really wasn't; just another predictable jump-scarefest.
My friend from the video store watched this by accident (thinking it was the film with Luke Evans called No One Lives) and hated it too. You might like No One Lives better.

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Old 01-23-2014, 02:48 PM   #116
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I'll give that one a shot. I like Luke Evans. If those rumors about Ben Affleck possibly leaving Superman/Batman are true, Evans would be one of my top picks to step into the Batman role.

Anyway... just thought of another one. The Neverending Story 2. Good God, what a piece of sh**. THE CASTLE! THAT LOOKS LIKE A HAND!

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Texas Chainsaw.

Another horrid and boring "Sequel" to the original.

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Another horrid and boring "Sequel" to the original.
It can't be worse than Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2?

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House of 1000 Corpses: Horrible. I have no problem watching movies about evil people, but I get the feeling that Rob Zombie wants us to root for the bad guys...I get why he changed his name to Zombie. Only a bloodthirsty, living dead person can make something like this.

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Yeah, that's exactly what he wants you to do. I don't know, it depends on the horror movie, but sometimes I enjoy rooting for the bad guy. The first Saw film was like that for me, mainly because he was preying (mostly) on people that were very morally flawed. That doesn't mean that they DESERVED to be preyed upon in such a manner of course, but well, I didn't feel too bad for most of them... except for Adam, whose only real crime was being a bit of an idiot.

Anyway though, in the case of Rob Zombie, he not only wants you to root for the bad guys; he wants you to sympathize and potentially even empathize with them. Not so much in House of 1,000 Corpses... there he was more or less just trying to be outrageous and ridiculous while paying homage to cheesy old horror crapfests. But if you watch The Devil's Rejects (the sort-of sequel) you'll see what I mean. It's a tough movie to watch; it's basically like watching the Manson family go on a road trip. Yet at some point, you'll probably find yourself (incredibly) sympathizing for these sick demented bastards. It's a great film, don't get me wrong... incredibly well-made and unpredictable. But you'll probably feel awful about yourself afterwards.

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I really liked The Devil's Rejects. I think it's one of the best original american horror movies and if it came out in the 70s or 80s it would be considered a timeless classic. Good scrip, great character development, excellent acting especially for a horror movie and very well directed. I don't mind if Rob Zombie wants me to sympathise with the bad guys as long as they are well written and well acted. I was really surprised by it. The house of 1000 corpses sucked thought.

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Yeah, that's exactly what he wants you to do. I don't know, it depends on the horror movie, but sometimes I enjoy rooting for the bad guy. The first Saw film was like that for me, mainly because he was preying (mostly) on people that were very morally flawed. That doesn't mean that they DESERVED to be preyed upon in such a manner of course, but well, I didn't feel too bad for most of them... except for Adam, whose only real crime was being a bit of an idiot.
The horror character I feel most sympathy for must be The Wolf Man. That's a tragic character...and Frankenstein's monster of course.

Dracula can go to hell, though.

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I really liked The Devil's Rejects. I think it's one of the best original american horror movies and if it came out in the 70s or 80s it would be considered a timeless classic. Good scrip, great character development, excellent acting especially for a horror movie and very well directed. I don't mind if Rob Zombie wants me to sympathise with the bad guys as long as they are well written and well acted. I was really surprised by it. The house of 1000 corpses sucked thought.
Oh yeah, it's a great movie. I had really high hopes for Rob after that film. The only weak spot in it is his wife (who can't act AT ALL). But the rest of the film (acting, story, cinematography, etc.) were fantastic. Shame he decided to just do a couple of pointless Halloween remakes after that. Do you know if Lords of Salem is any good?

LOL, I just looked up Zombie's wikipedia page to see what else he's been up to. Do you know he directed an episode of CSI: Miami? Knowing that, now I just want to see him do another movie where the Devil's Rejects are being chased by Horatio Caine.

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