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  1. Larry Drake gives a Razzie-worthy performance as the titular doctor, an escaped mental patient who murders everyone in sight. The opening scene is a total mindfuck - it's worth it just for this scene alone Each murder is done in a different doctor-y way, and comes with a fresh catchphrase (move over, Schwarzenegger ice puns). The gore is topnotch quality. Best part of the movie. Keep your eyes peeled for performances by Doug E. Doug, and Mark from Roseanne. I saw this as a kid, and I always assumed it was an 80s movie. It sure feels like one.
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    North (1994)

    Totally on board. I saw this numerous times on TV, and I still barely remember anything from this mishmash storyline. Rob Reiner is one of my favorite directors. I'm convinced he must've got a robot imposter to direct this for him.
  3. This movie turns 5 this year. And what better way to mark a fifth anniversary than to rend asunder this utter pile of wasted talent. I love everybody in this movie. But put 'em together and make a stew, and it tastes awful.
  4. Peter Krause and Tiny Tim star in this low-budget slasher flick, directed by Bill Rebane. The aging novelty singer plays a clown, Marvelous Mervo. He apparently had trouble reciting even the simplest lines, let alone adding any acting. The script is typical 80s horror camp, involving an unhelpful police chief (who seems to be the only police in town), rural setting, and ludicrous excuses for nudity (Zooks).
  5. I agree. This movie seems to be made using a guide called How To Ruin a Movie Spectacularly. Take the Beatles songs. Now force people to compare the near flawless originals to these subpar versions by middle of the road singers, and non-singers. Heck, let a robot sing too. You know how people hate talking in movies? Don't have to watch any of that pesky dialogue. Many scenes (especially Steve Martin's Maxwell Silver Hammer) are clearly trying to capitalize on the style of Rocky Horror Picture Show, and paling in comparison to that as well.
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