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Benjamin Cox's Hall Of Shame

Updated on March 25, 2018
Where movie stars fear to tread...
Where movie stars fear to tread... | Source

What's the Hall Of Shame all about?

As the number of articles that I write continues to grow, the need for order amid chaos is greater than ever. Having already assembled all my five-star reviews in one place some time ago (and you can visit the Hall Of Fame by clicking here), it felt only right to do the same for my least favourite films. After all, a wise man said that it is much easier to be critical than it is to praise something and I had no small amount of fun writing these articles.

All the films mentioned beneath are rated one-star and are usually considered to be among the very worst films ever made. Some will be colossal wastes of money or talent, others will be devoid of any entertainment value whatsoever (unless you consider bad films to be entertaining). But all will be regarded by this author as some of the worst 'entertainment' he has ever had to sit through and personally, if you still decide to watch these films afterwards then I won't be held responsible for your wasted time. If you wish to read further about any of these films then please visit my Index for links to all of my reviews. Note that these film were all released theatrically in either the UK or US so straight-to-DVD films like The Guyver will not appear on this list.

Ballistic: Ecks Vs Sever (2002)
Ballistic: Ecks Vs Sever (2002) | Source

Ballistic: Ecks Vs Sever

  • Genre: action, sci-fi, thriller
  • Year Of Release: 2002
  • Main Cast: Antonio Banderas, Lucy Liu, Gregg Henry, Talisa Soto, Ray Park
  • Second Opinion: "Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever is an ungainly mess, submerged in mayhem, occasionally surfacing for cliches, overloaded with special effects and explosions, light on continuity, sanity and coherence." Roger Ebert - September 20th, 2002.

Frequently topping lists for the worst action movie of all time, this ham-fisted shooter has the gall to literally blow up a $70 million budget on cheap explosions, lousy acting and a confusing and pointless script. Shamelessly imitating The Matrix and getting things laughably wrong, this is arguably one of the least welcome additions to the over-crowded action genre.

Beverly Hills Cop III (1994)
Beverly Hills Cop III (1994) | Source

Beverly Hills Cop 3

  • Genre: action, comedy
  • Year Of Release: 1994
  • Main Cast: Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinhold, Hector Elizondo, Timothy Carhart
  • Second Opinion: nominated for two Razzie Awards - Worst Director for John Landis & Worst Remake Or Sequel

Devoid of much of the comedy of the first two films mainly due to Murphy being out-of-sorts, this tired third film offers nothing new while sticking rigidly to the buddy-cop formula. The whole thing feels as though it's had the life sucked out of it, so much so that even countless cameos from Hollywood's great and good can't save it. Murphy himself dislikes the film, saying that it is the only film in his career that he hates, describing it as "atrocious".

Body Of Evidence (1993)
Body Of Evidence (1993) | Source

Body Of Evidence

  • Genre: crime, erotic, thriller
  • Year Of Release: 1993
  • Main Cast: Madonna, Willem Dafoe, Joe Mantegna, Anne Archer
  • Second Opinion: nominated for six Razzie awards, winning Worst Actress for Madonna. "I've seen comedies with fewer laughs than "Body of Evidence" and this is a movie that isn't even trying to be funny. It's an excruciatingly incompetent entry in the Basic Instinct genre..." Roger Ebert - January 15th, 1993

An ill-advised a vanity project for its pop-star lead, this movie has all the right S&M notes but completely fails to engage the viewer in any way. It is as cold and uninviting as a wood in winter, offering nothing more than a quick glimpse at Madonna's rude bits. If this is your sole reason for watching a movie then you need to get out a lot more!

Catwoman (2004)
Catwoman (2004) | Source


  • Genre: action, superhero, thriller
  • Year Of Release: 2004
  • Main Cast: Halle Berry, Sharon Stone, Benjamin Bratt, Lambert Wilson
  • Second Opinion: nominated for seven Razzie awards, winning Worst Picture, Worst Actress (Berry), Worst Screenplay & Worst Director. "First of all, I want to thank Warner Brothers. Thank you for putting me in a piece of s***, god-awful movie... It was just what my career needed." Halle Berry picking up her Razzie award at the ceremony in 2005.

Anyone hoping for a spin-off about the popular Batman character had their hopes smashed in the worst way possible. With all the charm and grace of falling sewage, this movie splashed onto cinema screens and was universally slammed by everyone for its over-sexualised treatment of the character and the utter waste of the licence - Berry's character had nothing to do with Gotham City's famous cat-thief. Sometimes cited as the worst superhero film of all time.


Color Of Night

  • Genre: mystery, romance, thriller (allegedly)
  • Year Of Release: 1994
  • Main Cast: Bruce Willis, Jane Marsh, Lesley Ann Warren, Ruben Blades, Scott Bakula
  • Second Opinion: "I was, frankly, stupefied. To call it absurd would be missing the point, since any shred of credibility was obviously the first thing thrown overboard. It's so lurid in its melodrama and so goofy in its plotting that with just a bit more trouble, it could have been a comedy." Roger Ebert - August 19th, 1994.

Nominated for nine Razzie awards and winning Worst Picture, this bonkers erotic thriller has all the naughty bits but nothing going on upstairs. The plot is laughable, the mystery so obvious that even Scooby Doo could figure out the killer and the cast all have had vacant look in their eyes that suggests they're only in it for the money. Without Pulp Fiction giving his career a boost, this could have killed Willis' career outright, like it did for the unfortunate March.

Daredevil (2003)
Daredevil (2003) | Source


  • Genre: action, superhero, thriller
  • Year Of Release: 2003
  • Main Cast: Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Michael Clarke Duncan, Colin Farrell
  • Second Opinion: Won one Razzie Award for Worst Actor (Affleck). "Daredevil is the sort of half-assed, visually lackadaisical potboiler that makes you rue the day that comic-book franchises ever took over Hollywood." Owen Gleiberman - February 14th, 2003

Of course, there are other contenders for the worst superhero film of all time. Despite a director's cut being received more warmly, this bumbling action flick is more concerned with looking the part than anything else - you know, stuff like story and characterisation and tension and excitement and fun. Affleck is dreadfully miscast as the Man Without Fear and would carry the stigma of this misfire for some years after.

Die Another Day

  • Genre: action, adventure, spy
  • Year Of Release: 2002
  • Main Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry, Toby Stephens, Rosamund Pike
  • Second Opinion: two Razzie nominations with one win for Worst Supporting Actress (for Madonna's cameo). "This is a train wreck of an action film – a stupefying attempt by the filmmakers to force-feed James Bond into the mindless xXx mould and throw 40 years of cinematic history down the toilet in favour of bright flashes and loud bangs." James Berardinelli.

Feeling more like a parody of 007 than a supposed tribute (the film was the twentieth to be released and made much fanfare about it at the time), this noisy and vacuous action film is stuffed full of explosions, cheap-looking CG and a cast playing the whole thing for laughs. This is the undoubted low point for James Bond and probably part of the reason why the franchise took a long, hard look at reinventing itself to remain credible. Even Moonraker wasn't as bad as this!

G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra (2009)
G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra (2009) | Source

G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra

  • Genre: action, sci-fi, thriller
  • Year Of Release: 2009
  • Main Cast: Channing Tatum, Marlon Wayans, Sienna Miller, Christopher Ecclestone, Dennis Quaid, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
  • Second Opinion: nominated for six Razzie awards (Worst Picture, Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, Worst Supporting Actor (for Wayans) and Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-Off and Sequel) and winning Worst Actress for Sienna Miller.

Definitely one for the "so bad that it's good" crowd, this film feels like a more serious version of Team America: World Police but without the laughs. Overloaded with special effects that aren't special, the film is one long action sequence where little makes any sense, characters are defined purely by their costumes and any resemblance to the plastic toys that inspired this garbage is replaced by a logic where ice can sink in the sea. I really hated every minute of it!

Hercules In New York

  • Genre: adventure, family, fantasy
  • Year Of Release: 1970
  • Main Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger (credited as Arnold Strong), Arnold Stang, Deborah Loomis, Ernest Graves
  • Second Opinion: "There's this political battle over water-boarding at places like Guantanamo Bay. I think they (the interrogators) should just say, 'Hey, if you guys don't talk, you'll have to see Hercules in New York.' I guarantee those guys would talk much faster with that treatment." Arnold Schwarzenegger - Men's Fitness, 2012.

Everybody has to start somewhere - unfortunately for the future Governor of California, that somewhere involved chariot racing up Broadway, punching a bear in the face in Central Park and having his thick Austrian accent dubbed over. This low-budget mess has little reason to exist other than to provide Schwarzenegger's fans with a cheap giggle at his expense. Even Kevin Sorbo wouldn't sink this low.

Home Alone 3 (1997)
Home Alone 3 (1997) | Source

Home Alone 3

  • Genre: comedy, family
  • Year Of Release: 1997
  • Main Cast: Alex D. Linz, Olek Krupa, Rya Kihlstedt, Lenny von Dohlen, David Thornton
  • Second Opinion: nominated for Worst Remake or Sequel at the 1998 Razzie ceremony.

Despite the presence of Linz replacing that of the increasingly annoying Macaulay Culkin, this is the same old fluff repacked for a younger audience. With no relation to the first two films in the series, the film feels like a half-hearted reboot with a completely new cast retracing some well-worn footsteps. Kids will enjoy it but there is none of the Christmas spirit the earlier films had, the villains aren't as funny as Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern and I simply didn't enjoy it. Slapstick never felt so embarrassing...

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life (2003)
Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life (2003) | Source

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life

  • Genre: action, adventure, fantasy
  • Year Of Release: 2003
  • Main Cast: Angelina Jolie, Gerard Butler, Ciarán Hinds, Djimon Hounsou
  • Second Opinion: nominated for Worst Actress (Jolie) at 2004 Razzies. "It's a bullet-riddled National Geographic special [that] produces a series of dumb, dismal shootouts that are so woefully choreographed there's reason to believe Debbie Allen may be behind them." Wesley Morris (Boston Globe) - July, 2003

Flicking through the Indiana Jones book of clichés, this movie is chock-full of lousy CG sharks and exotic locations we've seen dozens of times before. The action is beyond logic, the story is beyond comprehension and the film never gets beyond the sight of Jolie in a silver swimming costume - she only wears it for the opening prologue but it's stuck on promo material in the hopes that hormone-ravaged teenagers will take the bait. Don't.

NEW ENTRY - Manos: The Hands Of Fate

  • Genre: horror
  • Year Of Release: 1966
  • Main Cast: Harold P. Warren, Diane Mahree, Tom Neyman, John Reynolds, Jackey Neyman
  • Second Opinion: "a brave experiment... perhaps, by scrapping the soundtrack and running it with subtitles or dubbing in Esperanto, it could be promoted as a foreign art film of some sort or other." Betty Pierce - El Paso Herald-Times, November 1966.

Oh, for the love of God, this is legendarily bad! A permanent resident near the top of the Bottom 100 Films on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb), this supposed horror film is one of the most tedious, inept, irredeemable and soul-crushing experiences I've ever endured. From characters being massaged to death, the happiest looking hell-hounds ever seen in movies, cops too afraid of the dark to investigate gun shots and pointless cat-fights with all the venom of a toothless toddler - this film has nothing to save it from being arguably the most complete clunker in cinema history, second only to Tommy Wiseau's The Room.

Marked For Death (1990)
Marked For Death (1990) | Source

Marked For Death

  • Genre: action, crime, thriller
  • Year Of Release: 1990
  • Main Cast: Steven Seagal, Keith David, Basil Wallace
  • Second Opinion: ''Marked for Death'' lacks much visual interest or suspense. Mr. Seagal is not even as striking a figure here as he has been in the past, since the camera angles often make him look jowly. Janet Maslin, New York Times - October 1990.

Combining impenetrable Jamaican accents with cod-voodoo and Seagal's usual blend of martial-arts and philosophy, Marked For Death manages to set the tone for most of Seagal's career by being predictable, excessively violent and boring all at the same time. This is a far cry from the Pony-Tailed One's more interesting fare like Under Siege and leaves him trailing behind more A-list action stars.

Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997)
Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997) | Source

Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

  • Genre: action, fantasy, thriller
  • Year Of Release: 1997
  • Main Cast: Robin Shou, James Remar, Talisa Soto, Brian Thompson
  • Second Opinion: "Whereas the first film was a guilty schlock pleasure, this sequel is an exercise in the art of genuinely beautiful trash cinema." Jason Gibner,

Video-game adaptations have proved notoriously difficult for Hollywood but this is one of the absolute worse. With more fight scenes than even the film knows what to do with, the movie dispenses with cohesion and story to develop a action movie of such awe-inspiring ineptitude that it's little wonder it was even slated by the creators of the games. Dreadful CG, laughable acting and ridiculous costumes - if you ever wanted a film with literally nothing to recommend than this is it.

Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie (2014)
Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie (2014) | Source

Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie

  • Genre: comedy
  • Year Of Release: 2014
  • Main Cast: Brendan O'Carroll, Jennifer Gibney, Eilish O'Carroll, Danny O'Carroll, Paddy Houlihan
  • Second Opinion: "an absolute stinker... it's good that the cast [laugh at themselves in the bloopers] because were it not for the cast laughing at the jokes, there wouldn't be anybody laughing in the cinema... there are no laughs. None. Nul points. Nil." Mark Kermode - July, 2014.

TV sit-coms are also difficult to translate but this hastily cobbled together cash-in is undoubtedly one of the very worse. The film manages to remove any hint of genuine laughs - even the crude ones on the show - and replaces them with out-right racist caricatures, over-the-top performances and a story so stupid that it only makes sense to the cast. The film is one big joke to the performers but sadly, nobody else.

Red Sonja (1985)
Red Sonja (1985) | Source

Red Sonja

  • Genre: action, adventure, fantasy
  • Year Of Release: 1985
  • Main Cast: Bridgette Nielsen, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sandahl Bergman
  • Second Opinion: Nominated for three Razzie awards, winning Worst New Star for Nielsen. "It's the worst film I have ever made. Now, when my kids get out of line, they're sent to their room and forced to watch "Red Sonja" 10 times. I never have too much trouble with them." Arnold Schwarzenegger, August 2012.

Shamelessly cashing in on Schwarzenegger's earlier Conan films, this limp effort is straight-up laughable at times with woeful performances, clunky dialogue, a dull story and little to save it. Apparently, a reboot is doing the rounds behind the scenes in Hollywood but after this, is there really that much demand?

RoboCop 3 (1993)
RoboCop 3 (1993) | Source

RoboCop 3

  • Genre: action, crime, sci-fi
  • Year Of Release: 1993
  • Main Cast: Robert John Burke, Nancy Allen, Rip Torn, John Castle, Jill Hennessy
  • Second Opinion: "There is a certain weariness that begins to infect sequels after a time. Robocop, for example, is a character whose limited dimensions have been exhausted. There is only so much you can do with a creature who is half-man, half-machine. Who walks like a child's toy." Roger Ebert, November 5th 1993.

Devoid of not just the intelligence and subtexts of the first film but also the adult content, RoboCop 3 is a watered down version of the concept with little excitement or interest generated by the poor story. With budget cuts all too evident in the suspect effects and a lack of any real ideas besides fitting Murphy out with a jet pack, this tired retread would kill the franchise stone-dead until the reboot more than twenty years later.

Trailer suitable for attracting YouTube hits


  • Genre: disaster, horror, sci-fi
  • Year Of Release: 2013 (it was screened at some cinemas so that's why a TV movie is here)
  • Main Cast: Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, John Heard
  • Second Opinion: "cynical rubbish, with an attention-getting title and just enough footage of terrible CG sharks in a terrible CG tornado chomping on people to fill out a trailer suitable for attracting YouTube hits." Kim Newman (Empire) - November, 2013

With unashamed bravado and little reputation to risk ruining, schlock producers The Asylum struck gold with this gloriously goofy disaster flick about hundreds of ravenous sharks raining down in California. It is ever bit as inept and excruciating as its stupid title & premise suggest and it doesn't even have the benefit of countless cameos that infect the sequels. I know it's made for TV but that shouldn't be used to justify garbage like this which aims specifically for the "so-bad-it's-good" crowd that I'm not a part of.

Showgirls (1995)
Showgirls (1995) | Source


  • Genre: drama, erotic (allegedly)
  • Year Of Release: 1995
  • Main Cast: Elizabeth Berkley, Kyle MacLachlan, Gina Gershon
  • Second Opinion: nominated for a record thirteen Razzies awards, winning a then-record seven of them. Later awarded an additional Razzie for Worst Picture Of The Decade. "..a film of thunderous oafishness that gives adult subject matter the kind of bad name it does not need or deserve." Kenneth Turran, Los Angeles Times.

With all the subtlety you'd expect from a director like Paul Verhoeven and a screenplay from Joe Eszterhas, Showgirls is probably one of the most exploitative pictures Hollywood has ever produced in its long, sometimes sordid history. With dialogue almost daring you to laugh it, this cheap tit-flick has all the eroticism of a bowl of cold custard. There are some who claim it to be a satire but don't let them fool you. This is straight-up Bad with a capital B.

Speed 2: Cruise Control
Speed 2: Cruise Control | Source

Speed 2: Cruise Control

  • Genre: action, disaster, thriller
  • Year Of Release: 1997
  • Main Cast: Sandra Bullock, Jason Patric, Willem Dafoe, Temuera Morrison
  • Second Opinion: nominated for eight Razzies, winning Worst Remake or Sequel. "I am thinking of suing Twentieth Century Fox for breach of contract. Where, pray, is the speed? I can bicycle faster than this ship. I know people who can swim faster. If things carry on like this, we can look forward to Speed 3 taking place on the back of a pony." - Anthony Lane, The New Yorker

Widely regarded as the worst sequel in the history of movies, this film makes the fatal flaw of having a film about velocity on the slowest form of transport available. With one hopeless script that gives nobody anything to do, it falls to Dafoe to go magnificently over-the-top as the utterly bonkers baddie while Bullock and Patric frequently get wet. At least Keanu Reeves had the sense to duck out of this, which is more than could be said for Bullock...

The Accidental Husband (2008)
The Accidental Husband (2008) | Source

The Accidental Husband

  • Genre: comedy, romance
  • Year Of Release: 2008
  • Main Cast: Uma Thurman, Colin Firth, Jeffrey Dean Morgan
  • Second Opinion: "The feeble plot of this dull film depends on a flimsy plotting device that a single phonecall or letter from a lawyer would have solved overnight." Philip French, The Guardian.

Most rom-coms have something to enjoy from the chemistry between the leads to a couple of laughs here and there or even a decent soundtrack. This has nothing - Thurman looks lost in a world of cliché as she drags the audience through a very long 90 minutes to get to the inevitable conclusion, not that the plot of this tripe makes any sense at all. It can't even air-brush its own poster properly! By some way, the worst film I've paid to see at the cinema and I've seen some proper turkeys as this very list confirms.

The Avengers (1998)
The Avengers (1998) | Source

The Avengers

  • Genre: action, sci-fi, thriller
  • Year Of Release: 1998
  • Main Cast: Uma Thurman, Ralph Fiennes, Sean Connery
  • Second Opinion: nominated for eight Razzie awards, winning Worst Remake or Sequel. "The Avengers is being slated by critics as the worst film ever made - such a turkey, says one, that the makers should have handed distribution to Bernard Matthews." The Birmingham Post, 1998.

No, not those ones! But even without the huge sections of the film cut from the theatrical version, this horribly miscued effort still wouldn't make much sense. Upsetting fans of the original while bamboozling newcomers, the film manages to completely miss the point and style of the original show by turning it into an awkward action movie with utterly miscast leads and some frankly bonkers ideas. It needed to do much more than simply put Thurman in a cat-suit. Utterly wretched.

NEW ENTRY - The Convent

  • Genre: "comedy", fantasy, horror
  • Year Of Release: 2000
  • Main Cast: Joanna Canton, Adrienne Barbeau, Coolio
  • Second Opinion: "As teen-horror flicks go, this is hardly the best and it doesn't make for a good DVD either. What the film lacks in entertainment, it makes up for with weirdness." Almar Haflidason, BBC Films Review.

Another one of those "so bad, they're good" films, this wretched excuse of a horror is so bad that you suspect the film-makers retrospectively called it a comedy after test showings. Laughably rubbish effects, desperate acting and a complete lack of imagination cripple any chance this film had, even if it were made for more than the cost of a Happy Meal.

NEW ENTRY - The Room

  • Genre: drama, romance, unintentional comedy
  • Year Of Release: 2003
  • Main Cast: Tommy Wiseau, Greg Sestero, Juliette Danielle
  • Second Opinion: "A bona-fide classic of midnight cinema, Tommy Wiseau's misguided masterpiece subverts the rules of filmmaking with a boundless enthusiasm that renders such mundanities as acting, screenwriting, and cinematography utterly irrelevant. You will never see a football the same way again." Rotten Tomatoes, 2017.

Tommy Wiseau's self-funded vanity project The Room has since become a cult classic due to its many issues including the incoherent screenplay, laughable performances, technical ineptitude and the delusion that the film is a masterpiece. If you love trash then this is as golden a picture as you will ever see - nothing else comes remotely close to this film. It is so bad that it borders on being critic-proof.

Wild Wild West (1999)
Wild Wild West (1999) | Source

NEW ENTRY - Wild Wild West

  • Genre: action, comedy, sci-fi, western
  • Year Of Release: 1999
  • Main Cast: Will Smith, Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, Salma Hayek
  • Second Opinion: nominated for nine Razzie awards, winning five in total including Worst Picture. "Wild Wild West'' is a comedy dead zone. You stare in disbelief as scenes flop and die. The movie is all concept and no content - the elaborate special effects are like watching money burn on the screen." Roger Ebert, June 30th 1999.

A movie that cost $170 million to make and makes about $3.50 worth of sense, Wild Wild West is a misfire of staggering proportions. Miscast from top to bottom and woefully directed, the film's bizarre screenplay feels like a western written by a toddler with a crayon with giant mechanical spiders, petrol-powered Penny Farthing bikes and more toys than Inspector Gadget has to play with. There is no reason to see this film unless you cannot believe that any film can be this bad. I didn't until I saw it. It's the sort of film that makes me question why I review movies.

3 Ninjas: High Noon At Mega Mountain (1998)
3 Ninjas: High Noon At Mega Mountain (1998) | Source

NEW ENTRY - 3 Ninjas: High Noon At Mega Mountain

  • Genre: action, comedy, family
  • Year Of Release: 1998
  • Main Cast: Hulk Hogan, Lori Anderson, Jim Varney
  • Second Opinion: "Pathetic yet stupidly entertaining for several minutes of its interminable running time, "3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain" makes half its cast look like retreads and half like fresh ponies desperately karate-kicking a dud script to see if it has any signs of life." Peter Stack, San Francisco Chronicle - 1998

As insulting to the viewers intelligence as it is chronically underwhelming, this pathetic family martial-arts flick has less to recommend about it than a back-street dentist. The adult cast ham it up while the younger cast members fail to generate any excitement, interest or any sort of emotional response. This didn't just kill the 3 Ninjas franchise - it shot it through the head with a shotgun before dumping the headless corpse into a river.

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      Pat Mills 14 months ago from East Chicago, Indiana

      I don't do that as much as I used to do, but I did make an exception for Tommy Wiseau. These bad movies helped to give me a greater appreciation of the truly great releases that have come to the screen. I knew these films were bad before I ever had a full look, and they show how a director's vision can sometimes become terribly misguided in a fascinating way all their own.

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      Benjamin Cox 14 months ago from Hampshire, UK

      I have a special spot in the HOS reserved for "The Room" but believe it or not, I rarely try to seek out bad movies. Perhaps the disappointment factor in finding a total dud when you expected more is part of the reason of my vitriol.

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      Pat Mills 14 months ago from East Chicago, Indiana

      I agree with you on the ones I have seen - and cannot unsee. I hope you'll one day be able to include such older and dubious gems like Gymkata, Moment By Moment, Santa Claus Conquers The Martians, and anything from Ed Wood.