Art can touch us, inspire us, make us look at the world in a different way. Or it can suck.
Here you’ll find more of the latter than the former: offbeat movies, shows and music that are so bad they’re good, and some that are just bad.

Movies

Abraxas: Guardian of the Universe featuring Jesse Ventura and Sven-Ole Thorson

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

Bay Coven, with Tim Matheson, Woody Harrelson and Barbara Billingsley

Black Belt Jones starring Jim Kelly

Body Slam with Roddy Piper, Dirk Benedict and Tanya Roberts

Cocaine Cowboys with Jack Palance and Andy Warhol

Death Machine with Brad Dourif

Death Promise

Death Sentence with Kevin Bacon

Disorderlies starring The Fat Boys, Anthony Geary and Ralph Bellamy

Dollman starring Tim Thomerson

 

The Fear

The Fear 2: Halloween Night

 

FoxTrap starring Fred Williamson

Frogs starring Sam Elliot

Galaxis starring Brigitte Nielsen and Richard Moll

Gleaming The Cube with Christian Slater

Gymkata starring Kurt Thomas

Hi Honey, I’m Dead starring Paul Rodriguez

Hit Woman starring Susan Lucci

Hot Potato starring Jim Kelly

Justice League, the would-be 90s TV pilot with David Ogden Stiers

The Kidnapping of the President starring William Shatner and Hal Holbrook

Kill a Dragon with Jack Palance, Aldo Ray and Fernando Lamas

Killer Klowns From Outer Space starring John Allen Nelson

KISS Meets The Phantom of the Park featuring (no surprise) KISS, plus Anthony Zerbe

Megaforce starring Barry Bostwick, Persis Khambatta and Michael Beck

Mega Piranha, a Syfy Original Picture

Night of the Lepus starring Deforest Kelley and Janet Leigh

No Holds Barred starring Hulk Hogan, Tiny Lister and Kurt Fuller

Penitentiary III starring Leon Isaac Kennedy

Pulgasari, a North Korean monster movie

Reefer Madness, the original anti-“marihuana” film

Robot Jox

Robot Monster

Santa Claus Conquers The Martians

Sleepwalkers with Madchen Amick and Alice Krige

Sloane

The Stuff starring Michael Moriarty, Garrett Morris and Paul Sorvino

Surviving the Game starring Ice-T, Rutger Hauer and F. Murray Abraham

Transylvania 6-5000 with Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis, Ed Begley Jr, etc

Troll with Michael Moriarty, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Sonny Bono and more

Truck Turner with Isaac Hayes, Yaphet Kotto and Nichelle Nichols

The Warriors starring Michael Beck

Music Videos

Hooked On A Feeling by David Hasselhoff

You’re The Inspiration by Chicago

Other

The 1988 Crystal Light National Aerobics Championships – hosted by TV’s Alan Thicke!

Be Somebody… Or Be Somebody’s Fool starring Mr. T

Celebrating Jack Lalanne by Joan Fairfax Higgins

Think About This: A Workplace Safety Video

VD Attack Plan, the Disney educational film featuring the voice of Keenan Wynn

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