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    The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005)

    Preferably a season 5 episode, so we can get Spike’s commentary on this look:
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    Episode 143 - Gods of Egypt

    The fact that Chadwick Boseman was in this popped into my head recently. Gods of Egypt was one of my go-to fun, bad movies for a while. The multiple Thoths scene was one of the fun bits where GoE had potential.
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    Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)

    8 year old me thought this movie was the funniest thing ever, and I watched it at my dad’s house a million times. I’m surprised the vhs didn’t suffer a tragic “accident.” I still enjoy working the occasional “what does God need with a starship?” into conversation, though.
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    North (1994)

    I heard about this movie for the first time recently, and I’m shocked it hasn’t been covered. The elevator pitch I got was “Elijah Wood is mad at his parents and tries out families from different cultures. He likes the Inuit until Grandpa is sent to die on an ice floe. It was all a dream.” How did so many famous people get roped into this and did it break Rob Reiner’s spirit?
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    Formula 51 (2001)

    I was all about this one in college. Am I remembering correctly that there was also an awful sex scene with a squeaking rubber ducky?
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    The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005)

    I’m so sad there was never any enthusiasm to get my favorite bad movie covered on HDTGM. It’s the rare stinker that doesn’t flag in the third act and instead keeps getting more insane. The cast is stacked with enough troubled actors that it’s like a rehab put on a class play. The reason I went through the effort to make an account and find this thread is because Wicked Prayer really demands answers as to how it got made. This masterpiece was produced by FUBU (I believe it was their only foray into moviemaking) and founder Daymond John has a cameo as the hearse driver near the end. My friend recognized him from Shark Tank on our millionth rewatch. As much as I would love to get blazed, eat satanic snacks (yes, the cultists prepare for raising the devil by chowing down on deviled eggs and devil’s food cake), and take in some fine cinema, I had a baby during lockdown and can’t indulge. HDTGM has been keeping me sane during quarantine with a baby, and I would be ecstatic if Wicked Prayer made the cut.