Do you have a dirty little secret? I bet you do! Does it include being horribly in love with horribly cheesey movies? No? Oh well, I guess that's just my secret. I made a list of the best worst movies ever. I must admit, on a rainy sick day, nothing cheers me up more. Let me know if I missed any of your favorites.
Reba McEntire. Kevin Bacon. Killer underground worms terrorizing humanity. I think you get the picture.
Josie and the Pussycats Trailer (2001)
"Du Jour means seat belts. Du Jour means crash positions!" This movie is mostly terrible on purpose, but I felt compelled to include it in this list anyway. I actually really enjoy the soundtrack, and I know I'm not the only one. But the movie is just so ridiculously stupid (again, on purpose) that it's impossible to not laugh.
The best part is hands-down Alex Martin, Donald Faison ('Clueless,' 'Scrubs'), Seth Green, and Breckin Meyer ('Road Trip,' 'Can't Hardly Wait') as the boy band called Du Jour.
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Movie Trailer
I think you can watch the trailer and see why this movie is hilariously bad, so I'll just give you a list of some important elements.
The Bee Gees and Peter Frampton star as the main characters.
Steve Martin, Earth Wind & Fire, Aerosmith, and Alice Cooper all have cameo appearances.
It features awful covers of the Beatles' best music.
George Burns narrates.
Kung Pow! Enter the Fist - Trailer HQ
I hesitate to include this movie, because, like 'Josie and the Pussycats,' I don't think it's so much terrible as it is terrible on purpose. But it is incredibly stupid, and it's one of my favorite movies of all time. If you haven't seen it, you should check it out!
Eight Legged Freaks Trailer
David Arquette, Scarlett Johansson, and Doug E. Doug star in a movie about giant killer spiders.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze" (1991) Theatrical Trailer
It's kind of ridiculous how excited I got just by watching this trailer. I think most people know the story by now: four turtles walked in some ooze and grew into human-sized, talking, dancing, skateboarding, pizza-eating mutants. As if that isn't crazy (and awesome) enough, a nearby rat met the same fate and became their master, teaching them the art of ninja.
In this specific film, the evil Shredder creates two mutants of his own to use to fight the four shelled teens, and it all comes down to a grudge match in a club that involves a choreographed dance to "Ninja Rap" by Vanilla Ice.
Go ninja, go ninja, go!