What's the worst film in your collection?

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As of writing, mine would be AVP:R - Aliens vs Predator: Requiem.
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As of writing, mine would be AVP:R - Aliens vs Predator: Requiem.
It's probably The Pornographer to be honest . There's a certain amateurishness about it but it's still successful where it counts. It's also very funny at times.



It's hard to say but Winter's Tale is pretty awful.
Sure is.
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that flick one of my ultimate guilty pleasure
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Probably Black Sheep. It came with Severance, sadly.
I thought black sheep was hilarious. Same for Severance.



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Can't say, as my collection is based only on films I felt are worth owning or keeping.
Okay - a couple years ago a friend gave me a few movies at a yard sale - I got rid of most of them except for Not Another Teen Movie (2001)!



There may be worse, I need to check in daylight (lotta movies) but so far, yep...the fanTAStic


I'm going to be watching that one, so ya all can look for my review Tonight I'm watching Piranha (1978)...another fine Roger Corman film.



There may be worse, I need to check in daylight (lotta movies) but so far, yep...the fanTAStic


I'm going to be watching that one, so ya all can look for my review Tonight I'm watching Piranha (1978)...another fine Roger Corman film.
Roger Corman, you say?

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That's really cool, I like it. I've never seen that one, but one of these days as I want to watch every single Roger Corman film ever made You have a black cat, is that your kitty in your avatar?



That's really cool, I like it. I've never seen that one, but one of these days as I want to watch every single Roger Corman film ever made You have a black cat, is that your kitty in your avatar?
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Wow. So I ventured to the dustiest, mostly forgotten shelf of my collection to find a surprise or three. I knew I had a copy of one of the bad Terminator movies, I just couldn't remember which one it was so I started pulling sleeves. 1 and 2 are great. The following, not so much.

I can confirm that I have a DVD of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. I loath this movie. The only reason I have it is because I forgot to uncheck the Columbia House Director's Selection one month well over a decade ago. It's still a pristine jacket, preserved in its original plastic wrap. Because I still have no desire to open it. I keep it around to rediscover from time to time when I forget I have it, for a laugh and a lesson reminder to avoid auto-buys.

While on my journey I discovered a forgotten gem in Ultraviolet. While incredibly stylized, it is also incredibly cheesy.

Finally, I stumbled upon something terribly confusing. Let me preface this next bit by confessing that I enjoy Armageddon. Honest. That movie really inspired my sci-fi SFX nerd side and sent me down a long and winding road learning to create asteroid collision scenes in 3dmax. So for that, I must be respectful to the movie. That said, I hate Michael (bang! Crash! Pan! Over-saturate!! LENS FLARE!!) Bay.

That is why I was actually surprised to find that I own a DVD copy of Transformers. Correction: two copies of Transformers. That's right. On two separate shelves sit two separate DVDs of this one movie. Why?! I don't remember buying or even watching one copy, but two?? So weird. Because of this little oddity, and becausing of my apparent blacking out of those memories, I'd have to offer up Transformers as my worst. If for no other reason, than because it got two votes.



Beverly Hills Cop III - hands down. I don't buy crap movies. BHCIII was inherited and I aims to document its destruction when the mood strikes. It will be much more graphic than The Martian's demise so don't bring the kids.