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The Mothership - 2016-11-06

Bout as subtle as a brick.

memedumpster - 2016-11-07

Why does the one person have two faces stuck toge... you know what, I changed my mind about wanting the answer.

smoothw - 2016-11-07

Could not believe this movie existed the first time I saw it!

bawbag - 2016-11-07

Bite the apple already jeez! Bronze guy, Cleopatra, Dracula, the field of hands and all of their mutie friends don't have all fucking day!

Maggot Brain - 2016-11-07

I'm mad at how bad this song is.

kingarthur - 2016-11-07

The Rifftrax of this thing is pretty effing amazing.

Also, this was one of the first Golan-Globus/Carolco films.

fedex - 2016-11-07

You had me at Golan-Globus.

Also, this is like Rocky Horror lite.

BHWW - 2016-11-07

MIKE NELSON: "This makes the Village People movie look like the Guns of Navarone."

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-11-07

In the opening number, the cast seems to be singing about something called "BIM", but of course that doesn't make any sense. The song is actually about VIM, the popular Unix text editor.

I have completely abandoned all thoughts of submitting a candidate for the worst movie ever. I can't even remember what I was considering.

You know, I haven't watched this is a while, but as much of an indelible shitstain of a movie as this is, it seems to me that the choreography is REALLY tight, I mean, super precise, like, even more polished than in a GOOD musical, like they really drilled these poor people.

Maggot Brain - 2016-11-07

I think it's supposed to be a play off of "EMI" but I'm already thinking too hard about this movie.

Gmork - 2016-11-08

Bim lies, dead but dreaming.

Lurchi - 2016-11-07

Sgt. Pepper:Tommy::The Apple:Sgt. Pepper

Prickly Pete - 2016-11-07


John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-11-07

There's an excellent documentary about Golan Globus on Netflix called "Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films". There are some great behind-the-scenes stories about this and otherGolan-Globus masterfeces. Plus, there's a young, topless Marina Sirtis, (Deanna Troi) which is something I never dared ask of the media, and it yet it was given.

EvilHomer - 2016-11-07

Marina Sirtis used to do a lot of seedy projects when she was younger. RLM did a segment on this topic, if I remember correctly.

chumbucket - 2016-11-07

What modern-day children cartoons are modeled after.

Cena_mark - 2016-11-08

Huh? But modern cartoons rock. Gravity Falls, Korra, Over the Garden Wall, MLP, Star Vs the Forces of Evil, Gumball, Clarence, it's a renaissance.

Hazelnut - 2016-11-08

Plus Steven Universe, Adventure Time, arguably Rick & Morty for the older kids...

Binro the Heretic - 2016-11-07

I first saw this movie when I was drifting in and out of consciousness with a high fever. For many years, I thought it was an hallucination.

Then it turned up on a list of bad movies one day and it scared me for a moment. I thought a piece of my delirium had leaked into reality.

Ugh - 2016-11-07

the janus man dances for you

Boomer The Dog - 2016-11-08

I wouldn't mind seeing this sometime, and that number had a couple of Dog-headed people in it, or maybe they were wolfs, but their ears were really too small, like Westie ears. When they showed the vampire, I think that was a warthog behind.

I'll have to look for this. I don't know about it being a bad movie, since the world has been getting back into musicals. Back then you'd have Grease, Cats, Rocky Horror, and people loved those. What about Xanadu and Disco Beaver?

Boomer The Dog - 2016-11-08

Oh, and the animal heads with bare bodies reminds me of Cerrone's stage show when Supernature was released.

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