Evil Alien Conquerors

Yeah, I saw it.

To this day I can’t explain how I made it through the first ten minutes and kept watching. (Probably the presence of Dietrich Bader.) But I’m ever so glad I did. Bet you a quarter Liquid Egg Product and/or Chessloser have also seen it. Just because they consistently surprise me with this kind of stuff. Donnie and I, who have never met, both own and like Kung Fu Versus Yoga.

What’s the worst movie you’ve ever loved?

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7 thoughts on “Evil Alien Conquerors

  1. http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/grandmas_boy/

    This movie got absolutely KILLED by the reviewers. But it’s certainly no worse (or, at least, not much worse) than Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle and 40-Year-Old-Virgin. If you enjoyed those movies, you will undoubtedly enjoy this movie. If not, well, better to just stay away.

    Here’s another terrible movie that I couldn’t help enjoying. Two enthusiastic thumbs up:

    http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/1069981-substitute/

  2. “Overboard” (1987) starring the mighty duo Goldie Hawn & Kurt Russell.

    I’ve seen this movie easily 40x and I can’t get enough of it.

  3. Oops, I forgot to answer the question. I’ll go with Troll 2, although it’s neck-and-neck with Mafia vs Ninja.

    Plan 9 from Outer Space is certainly a worthy choice (“Future events such as these will affect you in the future.”)

  4. Greg – haven’t seen Grandma’s Boy, but I like the review that says it’s “Harold & Kumar crossed with The Golden Girls”.

    Egg 1 – I’m so deeply, deeply disappointed.

    Tim – that’s funny. Haven’t seen it and don’t want to :)

    Harvey – I haven’t seen Plan 9 and didn’t see Ed Wood in its entirity but I have seen a clip – where the dude is thrashing in the bog with the fake octopus arms – and it’s painfully funny.

    Egg 2 – Troll 2, yikes, that’s one where you know it’s a stinker even without watching it.

    My brother on another thread brings up Gymkata. Wow! Yes, that was truly so-wretched-you-can’t-stop-watching. I wonder if they ever did Gymkata on Mystery Science Theater, because it was ripe for it.

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