Wow. If you’re interested in watching something amazing, then this EMPIRE OF THE DARK movie is going to hit the spot. Directed, written by, and everything else by Steve Barkett, this gem has it all. You want hand-puppet demons? Got ’em. Hilarious action scenes? Check. An “elderly” Joe Pilato? Done. Richard Harrison as a devil […]
We went back to the Vinegar Syndrome well again this week with the truly bizarre movie BLOOD BEAT. It was hand sold to us by the company with the description, “It’s about a samurai in Wisconsin that kills people when a woman orgasms.” And that man wasn’t lying. This is one of the weirdest films […]
We somehow followed up the worst movie we’ve ever seen, The Howling 7, with the second worst… SHOCKING DARK. An Italian rip-off of Aliens and The Terminator, Shocking Dark takes the show to new lows we haven’t seen yet.
Howling 7, also known as Howling: New Moon Rising, is the worst movie we’ve ever seen. It’s almost difficult for us to even call it a film.
What happens when Rudy Ray Moore stars in a movie about disco, whack attack, angel dust, kung fu, and even more disco? You get THE DISCO GODFATHER, an out of focus, bizarre film that has to be seen to be believed.
Our first Steven Seagal movie on So Bad It’s Good is ATTACK FORCE. Seagal is slim and trim and at the top of his form in this one. No one has been fitter on screen. Oh, and they dubbed his voice for half the movie. This is a gem! Grab a copy of ATTACK FORCE […]
We found an absolute gem of a movie. Though Cyborg Cop 2 might look like it was shot in the ’80’s it was actually made a decade later. And we love it. Cheesy effects, terrible acting, and the worst music ever put to film make this a classic.
The Cannon Films Collection continues to be the gift that keeps on giving. After loving OVER THE TOP, we just had to delve into the other Sylvester Stallone movie in the set… COBRA.
We found this on Amazon Prime. It’s utterly insane.
We really love a good John Fasano movie here on So Bad It’s Good. Released one year after the incredible Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare, Black Roses followed the heavy metal themes of its predecessor with a much larger budget. Creature fx, geriatrics cast as high school students, and a killer soundtrack await.