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  1. MadderMartigan

    Once Bitten

    Once Bitten seems a shoo-in here. From the amazing soundtrack to the INSANELY creepy butler (Cleavon Little) to the super racist accent of the librarian...well, everything! This comedic vampire flick is so bad...and for HDTGM, that's bloody good. The basic plot involves an old vampire broad who, with the help of her raper-looking butler, needs to feed on a virgin thrice each year before halloween. There are a few scenes in this one that actually stood out to me as genuinely funny. Jim Carrey and his girlfriend are at a drive-in at one point (the high school fuck spot), and she refuses to give it up. He resigns and steps outside the ice-cream truck (yes, ice cream truck) in frustration. Then, we get a nice arial view of the cars surrounding them and the various sex-capades going on. Legs hanging out of windows, all the cars are bouncing, and a couple of pretty funny butt-shots. Even the title track of this one is so terrible that it's catchy. Once bitten, you won't feel no pain. Once bitten, we'll be singing in the rain... Some of my favorite lines are: "We're homos! We're rump-rangers!" "I haven't had anything this pure since the Vienna Boy's Choir hit town." "Oh, Mark...I can't believe you're going to throw away our relationship for a one-night stand with a chauffeur and a butler and a slut who eats buttons!" "How'd you like to have your crotch set on fire!" Have a look at this one, and I'm sure you'll be disappointed.
  2. The Japanese really know how to make em.
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    Episode 77 — Hudson Hawk

    Nundercover has to have: 1: An awesome ancient fighting style...maybe nunjitsu? 2: The lines: A: "Come hell, or holy water..." B: "Well, that ought to cruci-fix-him." C: Guard: "Nun shall pass!" Nun: "Well, that was easy enough." 3: A Whoopi Goldberg cameo.
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    Dreamcatcher (2003)

    Trevor Holyoak via a Google Group says: "The alien aspect in Dreamcatcher was certainly a lot more credible than in the new Indiana Jones movie..." https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/alt.books.stephen-king/HUQvXs1ehRM