Reviews

 

 

 

Rhinestone (1984)

Dolly Parton attempts to turn Sly Stallone into the next country music superstar and fails with unintentionally hilarious results.

 

 

 

Starcrash (1978)

Scantily-clad Space Amazons, a sexist robot cop with a Texan accent, and David Hasselhoff as the Crown Prince of the Universe. Best Star Wars rip-off ever made, or best movie ever made?

 

 

Hot To Trot (1988)

This equine parody of Oliver Stone’s Wall Street is saddled with terrible horse puns. Is it funny? Neigh.

 

 

The Karate Dog (2004)

Further proof that there’s no limit to how low Hollywood (or Chevy Chase) will stoop to profit off the exploitation of animals.

 

 

Theodore Rex (1995)

A kid-friendly futuristic buddy cop comedy starring Whoopi Goldberg and a wisecracking flatulent dinosaur. Did I mention the fart jokes?

 

 

The Magic Serpent (1966)

The Magic Serpent (1966)


Ninja Wizards and Giant Godzilla-sized monsters collide in this genre mishmash set in Feudal Japan.

 

Dolemite (1975) – A Detailed Analysis

Comedy legend Rudy Ray Moore stars as the jive-talkin’ honky-hatin’ pimp who commands a badass brothel of kung-fu hos.

 

 

Death Bed: The Bed That Eats (1977)

It’s not just a Patton Oswalt comedy routine. Death Bed is all too real.

 

 

Transmorphers (2007) – Ripoff in Disguise

You know a movie’s bad when it makes you yearn for the assured direction of Michael Bay.

 

 

From the director of "Scrotal Vengeance"!

Terror at Blood Fart Lake (2009)

This is what happens when “no budget” and and “no talent” collide with “no taste.”

 

 

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The Conqueror (1956) – Genghis Khan’t

John Wayne stars as Genghis Khan(?!). A movie so bad it gave everyone cancer.

 

 

Game of Death (1978) – Kung Fu Cash Grab

Who needs the real Bruce Lee when you’ve got three stand-ins and a cardboard cutout?

 

 

"Drop that zero and get wit' the hero."

Cool As Ice (1991) – A Detailed Analysis

Vanilla Ice’s first (and last) starring role.

 

 

Thar She Blows!

Going Overboard (1989)

Thar she blows! Adam Sandler’s first and worst.

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