Adam Loves Bad Movies

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Favorite films

  • Dune
  • Dune
  • Dune: Part Two
  • Frank Herbert's Dune

Recent activity

  • Doctor Who: The Giggle

  • Too Many Cooks


  • Santa Claus Conquers the Martians


  • A Christmas Carol


Pinned reviews

  • Dune



    The mind commands the body and it obeys. The mind orders itself and meets resistance.

    It’s late and I’m up watching Dune because that’s what I do.

  • No More Dirty Deals

    No More Dirty Deals

    Basically just softcore porn with the sex edited out. This was only watchable with my generic bad movie drinking game, which I’ll describe thusly:

    Most bad movies have a few connecting strings that can apply across almost all genres. However, it is skewed towards the schlocky, as you’ll definitely get more drinks the closer you adhere towards the drinking criteria which are as follows—


    1. drink when anyone drinks booze onscreen
    2. Drink when anyone…

Recent reviews

  • Doctor Who: The Giggle

    Doctor Who: The Giggle

    Doctor Who presents: Phone Bad And The Painfully Clumsy Metaphor. 

    You know when I heard Russel T. Davies was returning I tried to hold out genuine hope he had improved as a writer and could make a new version of this show feel invigorated again and predictably he’s just recreated all the same annoying shit I hated on his run over a decade ago. 

    Fuck I hope 15 has some good stories coming up. Fuck.

  • Too Many Cooks

    Too Many Cooks


    If I had seen this in 2014 I would’ve thought it was pure genius. Now it’s just kinda ruined by contemporary entropic storytelling and irony poisoning to the point where I’m just craving a thing, anything really, that just tells a story sincerely and earnestly with any semblance of quality or attention to anything other than stylistic imitation and aesthetic satire.

Popular reviews

  • Equilibrium



    I think I’d like to die reading poetry and being shot in the face by Christian Bale.

  • Love, Death & Robots: Beyond the Aquila Rift

    Love, Death & Robots: Beyond the Aquila Rift


    I’m probably in the minority for this opinion but honestly if your goal is photorealism in your animation style, and your setting and world shown is identical in complexity to things we’ve seen in live action sci-fi, WHY WOULD YOU BOTHER ANIMATING IT?! JUST SHOOT THE LIVE ACTION VERSION IF YOU’RE GONNA ANIMATE THE SAME DAMN GUNMETAL GREY SPACE MARINE HOLOGRAM SHIP NONSENSE WEVE SEEN IN THE LAST DECADE OF CRAPPY ALIEN MOVIES 

    ANYWAY, as for the story itself? I…