Gamara. Particularly the dubs of the 1960's movies. It's like Godzilla films hit with the stupid stick repeatedly.
There's this one bit in Gamera vs Gyaos where the scientists have got together and the cunning plan they come up with to defeat Gyaos is to lure the monster to the top of a revolving building so that it will get too dizzy to fly off. They then try to locate a suitable building until a small child points out that they are actually in one at the time.
People say I'm in a world of my own. I call it Planet Karen.
First off, one cannot mention the awesomeness of 2012 without mentioning it's predecessor, The Day After Tomorrow just as fun, but slightly more localized.
As for my list:
The Room, as has already been mentioned.
A new contender - After the Season
Mom and Dad Save the World - Jeffrey Jones and Jon Lovitz in the same film!
i have a soft spot for the film With Six You Get Eggroll. Once, when it was really late and I was not quite in a completely sober frame of mind, my sister and I were looking through the TV listings, and this was when the listings had reviews if the space was big enough, and it said,
"With Six You Get Eggroll; With Two, Baloney."
This was the funniest possible thing that could have been read at this point, and we cracked up for about 5 minutes straight. So, of course, we had to watch it, and it was glouriously horrid.
People think I have got the power cause I've got the monkeys. Nope. I've got the power because I'll let the monkeys loose...
So, I actually tend to like a LOT of terrible movies. Specifically bad action movies. I don't neccesarily want to pay the requisite $20-$30 I end up spending and I don't always want to annoy my wife with them. Nevertheless, I love getting to watch them. Example include (but are not limited to): Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, Chronicles of Riddick, The Rundown, Van Helsing, Ghost Rider. Anything that makes me laugh and has a semi-coherent story basically, cheesey or otherwise. Other movies that don't quite fall into that category are Fast and the Furious, Fast and the Furious 3: Tokyo Drift (which I stand by the fact is actually a pretty good movie), Iron Eagle, any Godzilla movie ever. So yeah, depends what you consider bad movies I guess. I've never gone in for full on MST3K bad, but I like movies a lot of other people don't neccesarily care for. Drives my wife nuts I'm sure, but she's suprisingly tolerant and understanding.
I loved the first Guyver movie. Only because It had me in stiches. NOTHING about that movie made any semblance of sense. It just was a great time.
Monster Squad is probably my favorite bad 80s movie. It just is so campy and crappy and brilliant. It was 7.50 for a special edition so I don't regret it at all.
Timecop! Jean-Claude Van Damme as a time travelling... well, cop.