Ok so soon when I get more time I will be posting the worst movies I have ever watched . . . . But seriously has anyone noticed that lately there have been some really bad movies out there? Hollywood has run out of ideas . . . The Force is not with Hollywood any longer or was it ever? It’s all about feeding senseless information tons of garbage to millions. I mean not like funny bad but really bad were you wanna leave the movie theater and let them know that the movie was sooo bad that you couldn’t even finish the movie.
Ok let’s get this straight I’m not even going to waste my time with the shittiest no brain movies because they are obvious. Plus they are all over the theaters near you . . . . But the “REAL” bad movies that I’m talking about are the terribly bad “great” movies like most of the Mystery Science Theater . . . . . Love them all!! But I gotta say I do have some favorites; Nightmare Zombie, PumaMan, Mitchell, The Final Sacrifice, Space Mutiny and many, many more
Now I have been a Mystery Science Theater follower for a long time and let me tell you . . . It’s the best stuff out there!
I mean if you are really going to sit through a bad movie, why not enjoy it- Right? I mean the movie is so beyond mad that you just cannot stop yourself from laughing.. . Well this is what I call entertainment! The “good” bad movies are the ones
from Mystery Science Theater, take a look. You will see how greatly bad they are made that it’s good. For my first choice I call upon . . Space Mutiny. Bad acting, poor direction, meandering plot, laughable tinfoil costumes, atrocious special effects, and mind-boggling continuity errors, Space Mutiny has it all. It fails at almost everything it tries, and does so quite exquisitely, I might add.
I Recommend: Space Mutiny
Space Mutiny’s plot is, like its special effects, mostly lifted from Battlestar Galactica. A large group of pioneers have left an overpopulated Earth to seek out a new home world. After several generations aboard their ship, The Southern Sun, some have grown restless. Now the leader of the Enforcers, Kalgan, with the help of the space pirates (Space pirates…cool), is organizing a mutiny to force the Southern Sun to land in pirate territory. Only one man, David Ryder, stands in their way.
Fortunately for the citizens of the Southern Sun, Mr. Ryder is a big hulk of a man. He does have a tendency to scream like a girl sometimes, but you get used to it. His nemesis, Kalgan, is a different story. He roams the Southern Sun in his tricked-out floor buffer, laughing maniacally and glaring at people. So a plan is taken into consideration and they plan a mutiny: pilot Dave Ryder, Doctor Lea, and the team must stop Kalgan. Plenty of railing deaths and the slowest vehicle chase on film!
Here is a line-up of our lovely actors: