Plan 9

Worst Movies Of All Time

For every Shawshank Redemption, there’s a Freddie Got Fingered release in the theatres.

I’m telling you, I watched a thousand movies and almost %50 of them are not good. Yes, there goes all the Adam Sandler movies after 50 first dates. But there’s even more.

These movies are so bad, you’re gonna puke right in your ass within a minute watching these movies. Avoid them at all cost! I warn you!

The Room – Tommy Wiseau

Tommy Wiseau
The Face You Make When You Know That Your Movie Sucks.

The guy is both the main actor and the director, it can’t be that bad, right?

Sadly, you’re wrong. With a 3.6/10 rating in IMDB, you definitely know what’s coming for you. Awkward acting scenes, gratuitous sex scenes, stupid plot and that goddamn awful fight scene!

Although considered as a cult classic today, you’d be lucky that you didn’t watch it. Thank me later.

Mac and Me – Stewart Raffill

What can be cheaper than an E.T knockoff.

The story is typically just the same, without the great Spielberg cinematography. Basically, it sucks. It’s just a McDonalds advertisement turned into film.

Watch the trailers and laugh your heart out.

Troll 2 – Claudio Fragasso

This is the complete definition of a bad movie.

They’re saying it’s because of the communication issues with the American actors with the Italian crew. But really? That’s the lamest excuse ever.

Same as the Mac and Me, it’s so funny because it’s so bad. Watch the Noooooooo scene. The trolls looks like you went to chow tyme Pensacola and ate a ton of salad then you vomit.

Plan 9 from Outer Space – Ed Wood

The granddaddy of all the bad SciFi movies.

It’s bad, yes. But I really admire the will power of the director of this movie. Even with low budget, he still managed to release the film.

The special effects of this movie is so bad, you can even see the strings that hold the space saucers. More than enough to give it the title of the Worst Movie Ever Made.


Movies You Should Be Watching Out For in the Second Half of 2016

Judging from the quality of the movies I’ve seen in the first half of 2016, I’d say that the rest of the year will continue to deliver some really good ones. There’ve been occasional disappointments as some films didn’t quite rise to the hypes. But I’ve been fairly pleased with my picks of movies in the past months. For the second half of the year, here are some of the films I’m looking forward to watching:


The Legend Of Tarzan

This movie will follow John Clayton III formerly known as Tarzan as he goes back to the Congo on an official assignment in the British Parliament. Unbeknownst to him, he’s just become part of a dangerous game that Captain Leon Rom orchestrated.


The latest edition of the Ghostbusters has been through some controversies even before its release. It seems that some Ghostbusters fans took issue that the latest installment will showcase an all-female ensemble. I’m not sure about the critics, but I feel that this one holds promise and I wouldn’t even dream of missing it.

Ice Age: Collision Course

I’ve been an Ice Age film fan since the first movie came out. I love Scrat’s adventures with the acorn. Sid, Manny, and Diego also never fail to deliver the laughs and the seriousness that makes the Ice Age movies worth my time.

Star Trek Beyond

The crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise will be up against an unknown opponent that would put them and everything they stand for to what might be the biggest test they have to face.

Jason Bourne

Matt Damon reprises his role as Jason Bourne in the fifth installment of the series. The former CIA operative will be pitted against this films villains.


Suicide Squad

How will villains handle lethal assignments that not even superheroes seem to want to do? I can’t wait to find out how Captain Boomerang, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and King Shark can do the job.


Doctor Strange

This movie revolves around Dr. Strange, a surgeon whose life has changed after a vehicular accident and how he learned to use psychic powers to fight evil.

Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them

As a Harry Potter fan, I’m thrilled with the prospect of watching this movie. The story follows Newt Scamander played by Eddie Redmayne as he travels and creates a record of magical creatures.


Moana is touted to be as epic, if not more spectacular than, Frozen which was released in 2013. The story is about the adventures of Moana as she looks for a mythical place.


Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

What happens if you try to steal sensitive information about the Death Star? There are probably a lot of things that could go wrong. The Rogue One would be interesting to watch if only for how the resistance fighters will set about to accomplishing this feat.

5 Reasons Why Going Out for a Movie is Still a Thing


I’ve been asked in several occasions why I still got out to the movies when I could sign-up for a movie streamlining service. To which I answer that I actually have a subscription. And that yes I watch a lot of films at home too. But for me, there’s nothing quite like heading to the movie theater and spending a few hours there. I wouldn’t replace the experiences I have from watching every film for anything in the world. It’s one of the things that I’d probably be doing even when I get into my old age.

If I think about the reasons why I think going out for a movie is still a thing, at least for me, they would be these:

1. Shared experience. This may sound like a cliché but as an introvert I prefer spending more time alone. The movies are probably the last place you’d imagine I’d want to be when I can watch anything I want alone in room. But I like how the cinema is one of those few places where anyone gets to enjoy a shared experience with people without the burden of having to get into conversation with them. I get to enjoy films in peace while still being around likeminded individuals who’re watching the same movies I like.

2. The movie screen. Many home entertainment systems nowadays come with huge TV screens. But unless you have your own movie theater at home, you probably won’t be able to watch films on screens as big as the ones they have in cinemas out there. It’s the big screen that’s one of the biggest draws for me.

3. Not worrying about the volume. Have you ever watched a movie with the volume turned up only to be told off by a family member or neighbor to keep the noise down? I find this frustrating at times, especially when it gets in the way of my enjoying the movie to the fullest. In cinemas, I can watch any film I want to see without worrying about disturbing the people around me with the “noise”.

4. The snacks. Eating popcorn is part of the movie-watching experience for me. It’s an indulgence that I look forward to almost as much as the prospect of finally seeing the film I’ve been looking forward to. Preparing popcorn is not rocket science. I could do it quickly at home if I want to. So why would I want to go out for a movie and eat popcorn at the cinema? It’s because I like movie theater popcorns more not to mention the anticipation of watching a movie’s story unfold on the big screen in front of me.

5. Moviegoers’ reactions (or non-reactions). I may not know the people sitting next to me or around me. But the feeling of kinship’s there, especially when I notice how their reactions mirror mine. I feel a special affinity with people who are moved to tears or laughter the same way I do. Other people’s presence also makes me less afraid of horror movies that could scare me out of my wits if I’m watching it alone.