wolfman meets frankenstein
the mummy's hand
i actually like these. but the titles...lmao. bad. any movie that has two horror creatures and it's ? meets ?...and that movie actually wasn't a comedy--that's why it's ok for abbot and costello MEETS ?, but not a non-parody. lol
so, i married an axe murderer
(you have no idea how many times i've laughed when i walk by the flick in blockbuster because of the title, i have no interest in seeing it though...not a mike meyers fan)
...parody comedy, so it gets off scot-free. but it's still a bad funny name.
now for the aykroyd hall of funny titles--in his defense, he was on pot when he came up with the coneheads during snl
my stepmother is an alien
...it's a joke on betelguise--but it is a definitely giveaway that it's a comedy. taken literally, the title is hysterical.
most comedies have pretty cheesy titles (and i love most the movies on this list).
there's a disney movie called my mother has a date with a vampire
. i hate to admit that i liked it. as i liked many of the old disney tv movies.
and dun dun dun, the 1992 buffy the vampire slayer
movie. the name buffy and vampire slayer in the same sentence is cheesy--especially the name. funny the dumb blonde chickflick with a destiny to fight vampires played by pee wee herman (paul reubens) with a bunch of valley girl ditz talk that makes clueless
look intelligent, turned into be such a damn good show and a spin-off.
now as far as bad movies go--the original little shop of horrors
has to get some kind of award.
oh, can i put in the muppet's christmas carol
as well, lol.
oh, and spice world
. i actually enjoyed this movie a lot. really.
now for the elvis hall of f-shame:
girls girls girls
paradise, hawaiian style
fun in alcapulco
live a little, love a little
--bad title, but i love it. only one on this list i can hardly stomach is girl happy.