Who Gives A Damn (womp_rat) wrote,
Who Gives A Damn

I still hate clowns

Have you ever seen a fat kid in eyeliner and black lipstick other than Ethan Suplee in The Butterfly Effect? I have and it's not pretty.

I have an important choice to make. If I were to see a movie tonight, which would it be? Keep in mind I no longer pay for my account so I am unable to make a poll.

1. Slither
It's just another sick disgusting B-movie horror flick that involves killer slugs. No, this isn't a remake of the Son of Svengoolie fodder called Slugs. Instead it's more of an homage to the 80's horror genre. In other words this movie is intentionally shitty, whereas most 80's horror flicks were shitty by accident.

2. Stay Alive
If World of Warcraft required you to stay alive or else you would die IRL, then I would never have gotten my money's worth. This movie got such bad reviews from critics and gamers alike, that I want to see it out of curiosity. This is the latest in the whole "modern technology as a gateway for evil" progression. I think it started when I saw Poltergeist. This was followed by films not many people heard of before like Terror Vision and Brainscan. Then we had The Ring, and the ever popular ripoff, fear.com, where we brought terror to the internet?

3. The Bench Warmers
Just in time for the baseball season. We're all tired of the whole "underdog kid sports" genre. How about pitting adults vs. a bunch of snotty kids on the baseball field?
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Actually, all of the reviews I've read about Slither have been pretty good. It's directed by a Troma director (the guy that did Tromeo and Juliet), so it's full of camp, but it's also supposed to have it's really good horror moments. I'm probably going to go see it this weekend.
I've heard very few bad reviews. It's just a matter of determining whether or not it's worth paying matinee prices for.
I've also heard good things about "Slither." More that it's funny than scary in any way, shape, or form. The "Bench Warmers" is supposed to be one of the worst baseball movies ever.
I don't know... there are some pretty bad baseball movies out there. Can it be any worse than Rookie of the Year?

Granted, the last and only time I saw it, I was probably about 10 yrs old.
I went to see Stay Alive a couple weeks ago. Completely awful. I knew it would be though. Being a gamer, and playing World of Warcraft the point of seeing the movie was to make fun of it along with making WoW references. ;)

Definitely not worth the money. Not even for a rental.
What if I netflixed it during a month where I rented about 15 other movies. Would it be worth it then?
Possibly. For the humor factor, and being able to make fun of bad acting.