Guilty Pleasure Movies

100 Undead Warlock
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There is that movie that you like and just never want anybody alive (or dead, or even potentially alive) to ever find out you like. That movie that strikes some strange cord of pleasure deep in your psyche that you just can't help but enjoy when given the opportunity to witness it, yet still know, you should not derive pleasure from it.

What is it?

Hellstrom Chronicles
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100 Orc Warlock
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Psycho Beach Party
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100 Goblin Shaman
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Jack Frost 1 & 2 (the horror movies)
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90 Human Warlock
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The Huggabunch movie.

I'm not actually ashamed or embarrassed of liking it, I actually like making friends watch it to traumatized them.

I just liked it since childhood is all.
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90 Gnome Rogue
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Congo(Stop eating my sesame cake!)

Moonraker( I have a soft spot in my heart for Moonraker. I just love the over the top atmosphere of the flick. It also gave us the Moonraker Laser which would be in Goldeneye for N64 much later on. What a wacky design that weapon has.)
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85 Human Paladin
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Classic horror film series like Puppet Master and Critters. So much fun.
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90 Night Elf Hunter
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Darby O'Gill and the Little People, very early Sean Connery. A favorite since childhood. Monsters Inc., and any early Disney classic. My son bought me Monsters Inc for Christmas after it came out, and it made me cry when I opened it! My grown sons just shook their heads, and laughed.
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100 Undead Warlock
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the Pretty Cure All Stars movies.

it's like magical girl justice league
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32 Tauren Paladin
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any movie with hot babes getting killed (c'mon it makes them hot)
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90 Blood Elf Priest
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All the Resident Evil movies. Love 'em.

Yes, I know they're bad... don't care.
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100 Goblin Shaman
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also Meet The Feebles ( I love this movie so much!)
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90 Tauren Priest
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Death Proof. Probably the only "chick flick" car chase movie in existence, and it is AWESOME.
Edited by Cowbacca on 11/28/2012 9:55 AM PST
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22 Undead Warlock
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The Phantom Menace.

I just never got how people could not like it. There's all those haters out there, and I just... don't get it. Was it because it wasn't as good as everyone thought it would be after like 20 years? Yeah I was a bit annoyed, but I still liked it.

Except Jar Jar. Don't even MENTION that screwed-up little tard-face. "Meesa gonna punch 'im in the face, ya betcha betcha!"
Edited by Srdotsalot on 11/28/2012 3:56 PM PST
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90 Tauren Priest
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The Phantom Menace.

I just never got how people could not like it. There's all those haters out there, and I just... don't get it. Was it because it wasn't as good as everyone thought it would be after like 20 years? Yeah I was a bit annoyed, but I still liked it.

Except Jar Jar. Don't even MENTION that screwed-up little tard-face. "Meesa gonna punch 'im in the face, ya betcha betcha!"


I've always thought that the whole prequel reaction phenomenon would be an excellent study in psychology, because no other movie series in history has struck such a chord in people. I have learned that there are three things you do not discuss on the internet: politics, religion and Star Wars.
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100 Undead Warlock
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Kentucky Fried Movie ~ I only enjoy it because I watched it with my bother years ago and yes I know how terrible everything about that movie is, yet I will bring it out every now and then when nobody is around.
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90 Human Rogue
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Event Horizon. It pretty much got panned by the critics and most of my friends think it's !@#$, but it's the best damn horror movie I've ever seen IMO. I like space stuff though, the typical slasher/boo! crap never did anything for me.
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11/30/2012 01:19 AMPosted by Toddster
Event Horizon. It pretty much got panned by the critics and most of my friends think it's !@#$, but it's the best damn horror movie I've ever seen IMO. I like space stuff though, the typical slasher/boo! crap never did anything for me.


Soldier is another AWESOME movie by that director. It got panned to death when it opened and bombed big time at the box office, but it is one of the most balls to the wall, old school action movies I've ever seen. It proudly sits in my DVD collection, and is one of my all-time favorite action movies. And Kurt Russell gives what is in my opinion an oscar-worthy performance as the nearly-mute soldier named Todd, who is the main character in the movie, but speaks less than 100 words throughout the whole thing.

As an aside, the writer of Soldier has said that it is set in the same universe as another one of his movies, Blade Runner.
Edited by Cowbacca on 11/30/2012 6:05 AM PST
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