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Antony Max H.


Austin, TX

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March 23, 2014

How would you describe your taste in and experience with bad movies?

As an insomniac child born in the era when television networks would show terrible movies or static after the midnight national anthem, I've loved bad movies since 1976. The key to a bad movie is to be unintentionally hilarious, and I have amassed quite a list of terribad movies in my life.

What is the most terrible movie you have ever seen, and why?

I guess it was that terrible film, the Undead, which I saw with you guys. It was so bad and painfully unfunny, I feel like I needed an award afterward for basically enduring the cinematic equivalent of having a flatulent anus pressed into my face and inhaling deeply for 90 minutes. But the most terrible movie that I have ever seen, that is actually funny is Fateful Findings. That fucking movie makes Tommy Wiseau's the room seem like Barry Lyndon by comparison. The acting is so reprehensibly inane, it makes the overacting in 1970's Tokusatsu shows profoundly muted by comparison.


Lover of quality terrible movies since I've obtained sentience.

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Always a blast. Although hey Big Daddy's--Your burgers are great and your room is suberb, but just make sure the AC isn't set on subarctic. Thanks. :D

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