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Re: Shitty movies

Postby BetterOffShred » Fri Feb 23, 2018 2:56 pm

calfzilla wrote:That might be the greatest Seagal movie ever. I don't mean the concept; I mean that trailer.

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Re: Shitty movies

Postby calfzilla » Fri Feb 23, 2018 2:58 pm

I'd watch "Don't" and "Thanksgiving" and "Werewolf Women of the S.S." if they existed too.
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Re: Shitty movies

Postby Animal Rescue » Sat Feb 24, 2018 6:07 am

Corey Y wrote:I want someone to make a movie called HEADSMASHER. There's a guy and smashes heads. Really just smashes the shit out of them. Maybe with a shovel, maybe with a big mallet, the details aren't important, let the prop guys figure that out. Is he the good guy? Is he the villain? Irrelevant, there are heads out there and they're not going to smash themselves. Maybe there could be a twist in the third act where we find out that HEADSMASHER doesn't even actually have a head of his own. Not that, that's a bad twist, but something like that.

I was so stoked to see this movie until I realized it's an idea, a GREAT idea, but not a movie. I was ready to shoot off to IMDB and hunt that sucker down. Headsmasher ... priceless!
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Re: Shitty movies

Postby MechaGodzilla » Tue Feb 27, 2018 9:19 am

Corey Y wrote:I want someone to make a movie called HEADSMASHER. There's a guy and smashes heads. Really just smashes the shit out of them. Maybe with a shovel, maybe with a big mallet, the details aren't important, let the prop guys figure that out. Is he the good guy? Is he the villain? Irrelevant, there are heads out there and they're not going to smash themselves. Maybe there could be a twist in the third act where we find out that HEADSMASHER doesn't even actually have a head of his own. Not that, that's a bad twist, but something like that.

This kind of sounds like Greasy Strangler, which I could only endure till the halfway point. Films like Rubber that manage to be funny as well as tacky and B a d are fine, Greasy Strangler was nothing but gross-out, weird-for-weird's sake bullcrap
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Re: Shitty movies

Postby Corey Y » Tue Feb 27, 2018 9:23 am

I heard/read about Greasy Strangler and never watched it. Same with Hobo With A Shotgun. I was like "Hm...ok, I get it. No need to see it". I watched Turbo Kid and I was barely on board with that. On paper it seems like I would love those intentionally weird/low budget/throwback grindhouse style aesthetic style flicks, but I rarely do.
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Re: Shitty movies

Postby MechaGodzilla » Tue Feb 27, 2018 10:39 am

See Turbo Kid had heart and it felt like the people were invested in it. I imagine most of the budget went on Michael Ironside and the few bits of sfx but it seemed like its head was in the right place.
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Re: Shitty movies

Postby calfzilla » Tue Feb 27, 2018 10:46 am

Is it ok to have been so bored with radius that I stopped paying attention 15 minutes in?
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Re: Shitty movies

Postby Corey Y » Tue Feb 27, 2018 11:07 am

MechaGodzilla wrote:See Turbo Kid had heart and it felt like the people were invested in it. I imagine most of the budget went on Michael Ironside and the few bits of sfx but it seemed like its head was in the right place.


I think the little edge movies like that have is that they're TRYING to be good. There are a lot of movies where it seems like they're trying to be bad as an artistic statement. To the point where they're clearly directing actors to ham it up and be kind of terrible on purpose and cheap out on props and visual effects. Which to me feels like parody, where as Turbo Kid felt more like homage and trying to stretch a minimal budget as far as possible. The tongue in cheek part is just in the premise, where they do that whole "it's the post apocalyptic future...the year 1997!" type stuff, which I'm fine with. I'm ok with cheese where it's played straight. It's the straight material played corny that loses me. Like when you have a horror movie or a murder mystery or action plot and everything is cheesy and bad on purpose and everything seems vaguely 70's/80's.
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