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  1. 12 votes

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  2. End of Days

    Arnold Schwarzenegger vs. Satan. Enough said.

    7 votes

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  3. Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence

    7 words describe the inanity of this movie : zombie cop on fire driving a bus.

    10 votes

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  4. Death by Dialogue - 1988 horror film 2.9 imdb rating

    This movie ( i also believe is in the public domain) has a Ghosthouse feel but with lower production values. There is some light nudity but no more than the uncut version of The Guy From Harlem. The story is about a group of teens going to a movie set and discover a haunted movie script which rewrites itself to include the deaths of the characters. The lines are hilariously bad "He's dead, It's in the script!" or something like that and the ghostly killer looks like a big Iron Maiden fan circa 1987

    11 votes

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  5. Any of the Christmas Carol movies.

    "Tiny Tim, the town geek."

    9 votes

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  6. ferris bueller

    I think it would be great to do a another classic! The movie lends it self many riffable oppturtnities. (i.e. the principal convicted pedophile). and of course jennifer grey's nose job. ;)

    10 votes

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  7. Sherlock (BBC)

    While this is considered a TV show, every episode is a movie at 90 minutes long. The show is a modern update of Sherlock Holmes as if he and Dr. Watson lived in 21st century London. As well acted and produced that it is, I would love to see it riffed!

    10 votes

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  8. The Toolbox Murders

    For my fellow MSTies who have already seen the film, you know why this would be a perfect film for Mike, Bill and Kevin to riff.

    3 votes

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  9. Handy (Jam) Organization - Mother Takes a Holiday (1952)

    Three young (zany) girls, for a school report, arrange for their moms to go to a day long gathering of whatever 50's mom's did for fun back then, and observe their dads try to do the 'women's' work of laundry!

    But all of this is mere superfluous shadows as we experience a Hitchcockian plot twist of STAGGERING proportions when we realize, all too late, that the whole thing is really about buying the latest in 50's washing machines!

    And I SWEAR the narrator is the SAME GUY from the "Selling Wizard" short in the Dead Talk Back.

    Jam Handy, Nuff…

    7 votes

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  10. Sherlock Holmes 1 or 2 (Robert Downey Jr.)

    Robert Downey Jr. playing an eccentric, substance abusing, detective? All he really needed to prepare for this role was the accent.

    7 votes

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  11. Monsters (2010)

    In this tale of reverse Avatar, where humans accidently bring glowing aliens to Mexico and can't get them to leave; writing, directing and even the visual effects are done by Gareth Edwards. We follow a cynical photographer and some women he may be professionally related to as they try to get back to America through the "Infected Zone". The characters take the danger about as seriously as you would take the film as a whole. Let's just say all involved will be saying "I'm glad that's over!" by the time the credit roll in the unriffed version.

    If nothing else,…

    6 votes

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  12. Journey to the Beginning of Time

    A classic terrible voice over of a Norwegian film about a group of brothers who go kayaking and accidentally travel back in time. Complete with bad stop motion dinosaurs and since debunked scientific ideas about the origin of life. You'll never look at kayaking the same way again.

    6 votes

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  13. 2 votes

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  14. Burlesque (2010)

    Christina Aguilera vanity picture where small town girl makes it big in LA. Cher "acts" despite her face being immobilized with botox. Shudder

    7 votes

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  15. Starship (1985)

    Because it is (1) "The adventure of a million lifetimes"
    (2) the robots all look like creepy versions of Buck Rogers' Twikki
    (3) Deep Roy gets top billing
    (4) it has the alternate marketing titles "Lorca and the Outlaws" and "2084"
    (5) and finally, it features a song titled "The Lion of Symmetry"
    Need a say more? It's a double stinkburger with cheese.

    http://mjsimpson-films.blogspot.com/2014/02/lorca-and-outlaws.html

    5 votes

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  16. The Bleeding (2009

    The bleeding is a fantastically bad sci-fi vampire 'movie' its all of 80 minutes long with big names attached to it such as DMX Kat Von D, Vinnie Jones, and Michael Madsen.

    1 vote

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  17. 6 votes

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  18. 7 votes

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  19. The Norseman

    Produced and directed by Charles B. Pierce, starring Lee Majors with Jimmy Clem (Crenshaw) and Chuck Pierce (Tim) from Boggy Creek 2.

    8 votes

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  20. The Human Robot vs The Aztec Mummy

    One of the best Mexcian Sci-fi has to offer.

    7 votes

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