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It's been a while since we last asked this question and CaptainFellatioNelson's confession that he likes "to fart under the duvet, creep in and see how long I can last only on the fart air contained within" reminded us just how good it was last time.

What are the little things you do for fun when nobody else is around?

(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 11:48)
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Two main ones
Linkin park

They are shit, I know they are shit, but I still find myself blasting out their crappy faux-angst ridden noise with a great big shit eating grin on my face.

Bad Movies

Really trashy horror, lack of plot, lots of gore and wooden acting are a must.
There is a point where a movie is so bad it become a work of genius
Dead and Rotting comes to mind straight away

But there are films so bad that there is just no saving them 28 weeks later is beyond help for example.
(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 12:31, 13 replies)
I'm with you on the bad movies
ever see killdozer?

(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 12:33, closed)
Haven't seen it but after a swift imdb it is on the list

have you seen "the incredible melting man"?

Gave me nightmares for years as a kid
(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 12:37, closed)
Bad films
Are great fun.
Vampires: Los Muertos (starring Bon Jovi)

Are all great.

Rob Zombie films are not good, at all.
(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 12:38, closed)
Incredible Melting Man
My dad let me stay up late to watch this on a Saturday night when I was 7 or 8 and I ended up howling my head off after 10 mins. (something to do with a nurse being killed)
(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 12:46, closed)
The master would not approve
'"Manos" The Hands of Fate' quite possibly the single worst movie ever made, but yet somehow I always enjoy watching it time and time again.
(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 14:19, closed)
incredible melting man sounds good
can't remember the name of this one, but there's a film where the telepathic amphibian denizens of a swamp emerge to cause terror in a small town

(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 14:25, closed)
Anybody seen 'The Grapes of Death'?
It's like the start of Resident Evil 4...

...but with wine
(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 18:37, closed)
I saw
Linkin Park last week. They were ace!
(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 19:26, closed)
28 weeks later is a pile of donkey excrement
(, Thu 13 Mar 2008, 20:37, closed)
I actually quite enjoyed 28 Weeks Later. Some bits were shite, as with most films, but I liked the way it gave a better account of the rage virus. I had to respect it for getting my pulse racing and stomach churning at certain points.
(, Fri 14 Mar 2008, 12:32, closed)
28 Weeks Later *Spoiler*
I realised halfway through this film that if they'd just killed the kids at the beginning, then none of the problems would have happened. They wouldn't have found their infected mother, who in turn wouldn't have re-infected the UK, and the little boy would never have made it to France, thus infecting the rest of Europe and possibly the world.

After that the film was ruined for me...

Plus it was crap anyway.
(, Fri 14 Mar 2008, 14:08, closed)
bad movies?
here's a few for ya:

the boneyard
meet the feebles
eat and run
pinata: survival island
bad taste

oh, and 28 weeks later is shit. 28 days later is awesome.
(, Sun 16 Mar 2008, 2:26, closed)
I have a couple of horror films that maybe really bad...
Seeing as they were a pound each in Woolies.


Puppet Master.

I bought them a few weeks ago but I still havn't gotten round to watching them. Anyone know what they're like?
(, Sun 16 Mar 2008, 12:52, closed)

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