David Cronenberg's The Brood!
Anything directed by Uwe Boll.
House of the Dead is the best insanely bad one while Postal is the best of 'em, being actually quite good in the same way that Drawn Together is.
Clash of the Titans, the original. Not the new one which tries to be very serious and not campy at all and totally misses the point of the movie that inspired it going so far as to piss on the legend that inspired the original. Io is a freaking COW!!!
Woah, Temple of Doom and Twins are bad now?
My own would be the new Clash of the Titans, pretty weak film, but man, there was an action movie that knew it was an action movie. Never tried to some lame romance subplot or anything, just an excuse to watch people fighting.
EDIT: Strange, I just noticed the post above mine
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Girl Happy with Elvis Presley. The "best" of the Elvis movies. I could watch this ten times a year. HEY, DOES THIS COUNT AS MY %^#&# FIRST POST SO I CAN NOW START A THREAD? Rules make my head hurt.
Godzilla vs. Megalon Jet Jaguar is the shit.
Ghost Rider No idea why, I just have a fondness for it.
Destroy All Planets is also quite fun.
Death Kappa, a film that has not yet been released in the US, has some dull spots, but when it hits, it hits hard.
And the aforementioed The Room is a masterwork of unintentional comedy. "They betray me, they didn't keep their promise, they trick me and I don't care anymore."
Dude Where's My Car?
Stupid, repetitive jokes, bad acting, ridiculous plot that shifts direction halfway through and makes no sense, and a bit of a cop-out ending. I watch it at least once a year and laugh.
I also saw the Waterboy for the first time in 10 years and experienced the coolest case of cognitive dissonance ever: the entire time the back of my now-better-educated mind was picking apart the entire absurdity of the whole movie (especially the part where they tell Bobby he's not going to play tomorrow, or tonight, and then he plays several days later, when the hell was that game?), and the entire time having the rest of my nostalgia-soaked mind scream back "WHO CARES? DUUURRRR, it's the Waterboy! I gotta wooden spooooon!" and "Ben Franklin is the Devil!" Serious LOL moments throughout.
Also, almost forgot Dreamcatcher, which is filmed in my current town and is just plain bad, once the first 15 or 20 minutes is over it gets into MT3K territory, and makes for great drunken foolishness.
"Ah, morality. The last bastion of a coward." - Col. Ives
"You are what you love, not what loves you." - Donald Kaufman
"Deserve's got nothing to do with it." - William Munny
"Well He can shove His law up His a@$$, if just one word of it says I can't stand by my friend." - Jesse Custer
"Hey villain. You are history!" - Alan Scott