Today we take a look at the movie based off the song that curiously does not contain the titular song in the movie. It is also simultaneously the most creepy and most unaware of its creepiness movie ever made. Come for the strangeness of Matthew Broderick, stay for the skull rape.
A movie about a captain that just can't catch a break, a millionaire that just wants his insurance money, and a group of mercenaries that add more bodies to the body count, and a monster that just wants to be loved...or something like that.
Wes Craven had his time to shine between the early 70's, all the way through the late 90's. Then he made Scream...then he made another Scream...then he made another...then he made a trite, unoriginal werewolf movie...then he made another Scream...
We begin our Fright-fest October with a movie that is neither frightening, nor festive. It is a movie about a killer whale. No, really, a whale that kills people. Get it? That's a double entendre. And twice as clever as this movie.
Today we look at a movie that could win an award for having the most red herrings, none of which seem to be intentional. It is a high-school bully movie inspired by the look and feel of early Martin Scorcese films, but apparently not by the writing.
Finally, a movie for all of us that watched Clueless and fantasized that they were a car-jacker who one day stole a car with Alicia Silverstone in the trunk, after a failed attempt to kidnap herself. But be careful what you wish for, all you people with that ridiculously detailed fantasy.
Once every generation there comes a warrior whose fate will decide the future of the world as we know it, and our warrior has arrived. God bless you, Chris Klein. Go forth into battle, you black stallion, you white knight...
There is a certain art to making a bad movie, namely that your intentions must be to not make a bad movie. Today we discuss these finer intricacies and some of our favorite of the "bad" films we've seen.