These are the films that inspire wonder-you are left wondering how seemingly
intelligent people could gather together and spend money to create such
From A-list atrocities to Grade-Z zaniness, 100 of the most wonderfully
warped anti-classics have been gathered together for this celebration of
Relive the jaw-dropping spectacle of John Wayne as Genghis Khan, Halle Berry
as Catwoman, Jack Palance as Fidel Castro, and Jerry Lewis as a Gore
Sing along with a naked Anthony Newley, tap your toes to a "Pennsylvania
Polka" dance number in the middle of an unauthorized remake of A Streetcar
Named Desire, watch a suicidal Elizabeth Taylor run amok in Rome and
appreciate Coleridge's poetry with topless women.
Hook up with Edward D. Wood Jr., Phil Tucker, Tommy Wiseau and their peers
in the so-bad-they're-good genre, and marvel at how cinema royalty including
Stanley Kubrick, George Cukor, Michelangelo Antonioni and Clint Eastwood
could conceive celluloid debacles of an unprecedented scale.
When it comes to shock and awe, nothing compares to The 100 Greatest Bad
Movies of All Time.
"Read it all in one night and couldn't put it down. This book is insightful and humorous and I actually gained some insight into films I never gave a second thought to."
- Steve Kaplan, oldies.com