Post by The Mad Norseman on Jul 6, 2012 12:57:57 GMT -5
The remake of "Flight of the Phoenix". Horrible movie, but like a train wreak I could not look away (oh, the shame...). Bad acting, fake special effects (not an old movie ether!), too much modern day "PC" cr*p thrown in for good measure... Save yourself the pain and get the original with Jimmy Stewart - FAR superior!
Post by paintedklown on Sept 25, 2012 13:42:04 GMT -5
Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil
That movie is actually really, really funny and had a lot of nice touches for horror fans.
Also, Chop. Another really (intentionally) funny horror comedy. I was pleasantly surprised at the directions it took, and the movie homages that pop up in it. Honestly, I would consider it more of a comedy than a horror film.
"Doghouse" - saw it on IFC, I think. A group of men head to a remote village to help one of their friends get over his divorce; when they get there, though, they discover that all the women have been infected with a virus that makes them man-hating cannibals.
No way just for the boob factor alone it was well worth the watch, lots of hot chicks..
Agree! Plus, some movies are just so bad they really make me laugh. This one fits that perfectly!
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(See warning below -- this is a truly awful film. Just remember I warned you!)
"I could only stand a minute or two of this at a time, I actually had to pause and leave the room. Somehow, masochistically, I suffered through this entire sordid, infantile, travesty of bad motion picture 'art'. If I were the film producer of this crap fest I just would shoot myself."
Also: "The Blair Witch Project." The guy in the row in front of me summed it up perfectly at the end of the show when he said to his girlfriend "Well, I guess that explains why we stood in line for a half hour in the rain to see this one..."
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A great (and very funny!) movie, but also (unfortunately) - our future...
So very, very true. The first 10 minutes is what's wrong with our country, right now.
In 2008 I came down with pneumonia. It wouldn't have got that far, except that I went to a "clinic" in Walgreens and was told it was a simple upper respiratory infection and that I should take over the counter drugs for it. The conclusion was made by, not a doctor, but whoever they have running the show at those types of places. She basically went to a "WebMD" type program, typed my symptoms in, and got a diagnosis. Just like in the movie!!! I thought we had more time...
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