Authors: Matt Carman and Kseniya Yarosh, Eds.
Cover Artist: Jeremy Jusay (Ugly Americans)
For any fan of great-bad movies featuring post-apocalyptic settings, crappy and creepy computers, annoying robots, and more. Did you stock your Y2K bunker with truckloads of canned peaches and old VHS tapes of The Net, Dune, and Space Truckers? You are not alone. Featuring an essay from Michael Adams, an editor for film magazine Empire.
FILMS INCLUDE: Barbarella, Dune, Prayer of the Rollerboys, Southland Tales, 1990: The Bronx Warriors, Star Trek, Wing Commander, eXistenZ, Freejack, The Net, Demolition Man, and 12 more.
I Love Bad Movies is a collection of essays and comics about the most enjoyably bad films. Contributors include comedians, critics, filmmakers, and artists reveling in their favorite bad movies. It’s a celebration of the weird, bold cinematic gems that tried their best and failed spectacularly.