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Worst SF movie [message #112984] Mon, 16 September 2013 13:57 Go to next message
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My vote for worst SF movie is "Horror of Party Beach." 

Cheryl Nemeth
Re: Worst SF movie [message #113040 is a reply to message #112984] Mon, 16 September 2013 13:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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>> My vote for worst SF movie is "Horror of Party Beach." 
>> 
>> Cheryl Nemeth

I agree.  Lesson learned from this flick was that chunks of sodium
thrown at radioactive slime monsters will zap them.

One evening, on a late night that I still recall with masochistic
thrill, I sat through this, followed by Susanne Somers in
"Zuma Beach".  Arguably, two of the worst movies ever made.

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Re: Worst SF movie [message #113107 is a reply to message #112984] Mon, 16 September 2013 13:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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> >> My vote for worst SF movie is "Horror of Party Beach." 
 
> "Zuma Beach".  (with Miss Somers)

*** REPLACE THIS LINE WITH a small yak ***

Ok choices, but the all time worst must be:

"Plan Nine From Outer Space"  :  Bela Lugosi dies during filming, he is
				 replaced by a man 1/2 foot taller who
				 constantly keeps a cape in front of his
				 face.

"The Creeping Terror"         :  Narrator: "John wondered what was in the
				 space ship."
				 John: "I wonder what's in this space ship."

"Glen or Glenda"              :  Bela again, in a touching, shocking,
				 revealing look at transvestites.

There are, of course, others.  But these are the best,..er.. worst, ...er..

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Re: Worst SF movie [message #114250 is a reply to message #112984] Tue, 17 September 2013 15:20 Go to previous message
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I think the worst SF film ever made was "Sins of the Fleshapoids". I thik
it suffices to say that one of the lead roles was played by a vacuum cleaner.
The crowd at the UC theatre (in Berkeley), which will watch almost anything,
got to see this between 'A Boy and his Dog' and "Barbarella". It hadn't
been playing more than about 3 minutes when people started screaming at
the projectionist to turn it off.
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