"This is getting a remake thanks to Rose McGowan and her director boyfriend. Still,it's got wonderfully cheesy scenes--the heroine battling a sea snake,and Arnie (as a Conan clone) saying he'll only win the heart of a woman who defeats him. Sooo,he's a feminist(!!)"
"It was the '60s. A movie based on Dylan Thomas' poetry. A cinematic psychedelic trip... that's also pretentious! With Richard Burton as the pensive hero,Liz Taylor as the woman with many lovers,Peter O'Toole as a blind Cap'n,and Sian Philips as an Eccentric."
"Considered one of the worst fantasy movies ever made. Filmed at the Maryland Renaissance Fair,it's a mishmash of Harry Potter,Lord of the Rings,and the Neverending Story. What's shocking is that it has fan conventions like any other fandom!"
"In the remake of the 1973 classic,Nicolas Cage goes to the Pacific Northwest,meets up with a matriarchal lesbian colony led by Ellen Burstyn,and confronts his deepest fear... BEES! "Not the bees! Not the bees!""
"A hilariously bad movie that evangelicals thought would be box office success and lead to the passage of "traditional" marriage amendments. Kirk Cameron is hammy as Caleb Holt,a fireman trying to save his marriage through a 40 day Love Dare."
"One of the most infamous bad movies out there. It now has cult status,with midnight showings and the ceremonial tossing of plastic spoons. The leading man looks like Meatloaf,his love interest looks like Britney Spears,and it's bad movie heaven. David Cross of FOX's Arrested Development loooves this movie."
"One of the biggest box office flops in cinematic history--animation,to be specific. With voice work from the late Anne Bancroft, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and other well-known actors. It's a weird hybrid of Lord of the Rings with Romeo and Juliet,and insects."
"Pair two ugly leads,the least erotic homoeroticism,and you have something for NARTH or Bad Movie Night. The lead speaks in a monotone,there are some creepy elements,and a lesbian couple thrown in for comic relief. Huh? Will and Grace meets David Cronenberg?"