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The 4th Annual All Request January!

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It begins again, the 4th annual All Request January!

Last year was Howard the Duck, Gremlins 2, Phantasm, and They Live. What will be the winners this year?

For those new to this, here is how it works.

For the next week give me all the movies you want to see me do. You can either list them in the comments of this post, email them to cecil@goodbadflicks.com, or post them on my facebook wall. At the end of a week (11/11) I will take the top 20 most requested videos and put up a voting poll. For the next week after that you can then vote for the top 4 you want to see. That gives me all of December to get the episodes together. (also to track down the movies if I have to)

The top 4 will each get an episode in January 2015.

I try my best to do requests during the year but sometimes for whatever reason, I just can’t get to them all. This is your chance to tell me what you really want to see.

Oh and just to get this out there, these are movies I will NOT be doing even if requested.

Tom and Jerry
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Battlefield Earth
Batman and Robin
Mortal Kombat Annihilation
Anything from Pixar (nothing against them but what else is to be said?)

Give me some good ones!

71 Responses to “The 4th Annual All Request January!”

  • George:

    Okay, I don’t know if you did this already, but I’d like to request Ceremony (1994) by Joe Castro. It’s a pretty crappy movie, but it scared the BEJESUS out of me when I was a kid.

  • hudemx:

    My Requests (hope at least one of them makes it this year):
    Ghostbusters 2
    Transformers The Movie (Original Animated Movie from the 80s)
    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3
    Texas Chainsaw 3D
    Firday the 13th Remake (better than many think!)

    • hudemx:

      Sry forgot about one:
      Doctor Who 1996 TV Movie

    • demonknight:

      He already did Texas Chainsaw 3D in May. He also hates the Ft13 remake, as do I.

      Personally,
      TerrorVision
      Basket Case 2
      Beneath the Planet of the Apes
      Lifeforce
      Howling 2
      C.H.U.D.
      The Faculty
      Phantom of the Paradise
      Escape from L.A.

  • Jason Lundgren:

    Moonwalker (1988)
    Grandma’s Boy (2006)
    Batman: The Movie (1966)
    Transformers: The Movie (1986)
    G.I. Joe: The Movie (1987)
    Fright Night: Part II (1988)
    Green Lantern (2011)
    Daredevil (2003)–Contrary of what many say, I like it!
    Body Slam (1986)

  • Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dweller:

    C.H.U.D. (1984)
    R.O.T.O.R. (1989)
    Automatic (1995)
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes (2010)

  • Kevin:

    Wing Commander
    Bad Taste (1987)
    Without a Paddle
    Rundown
    Spy Game

  • Fito Torres:

    I would love to see you review:

    The Raid
    The Raid 2
    Fortress
    Cobra

    I love GoodBadFlicks, even if you never review these i’m so fucking pumped for the ones that you do review.

  • Jairi:

    The Hunger Games
    Gladiator
    Limitless
    Blade 1-3
    28 Days Later
    The Last Airbender
    Mean Girls
    Big Fish

  • Egil Hellá:

    Here are some of my requests

    The Ambulance 1990 Staring Eric Roberts and James Earl Jones this is a really funny but also weary exiting horror thriller

    Freejack 1992 Staring Emilio Estevez and Rene Russo I think it would be a fitting movie to review seing that Dan Gilroy the guy that wrote the screenplay for the movie is enjoying majer success with his new thriller movie Nightcrawler the he wrote and directed and you should really watch Nightcrawler

    Laser Mission 1989 staring Brandon Lee and Debi A. Monahan this is a really cheesy action spy movie but it is freaking awesome and the late great Brandon Lee was in it so it is a prefect target

    Steel Frontier 1995 staring Joe Lara and Brion James this is a really good and underated post apocalyptic movie from PM Entertainment Group and it also has allot of Fallout joke material before there even was a Fallout game series

  • UDaxelrod:

    The Core
    Dreamcatcher
    Sphere.

    But mainly I would like to see the core

  • Jayson Spirtos:

    • Bad Boy Bubby (1993)
    • Remote Control (1988)
    • Big Meat Eater (1982)
    • Liquid Sky (1982)
    • Meet The Hollowheads (1989)
    • 800 Balas (2002)
    • Psycho Beach Party (2000)
    • The Skin I Live In (2011)
    • Rubber (2010)
    • Killer Tongue (1996)
    • Kung Fu Hustle (2004)
    • Streets of Fire (1984)
    • Johnny Handsome (1989)
    • Kelly’s Heroes (1970)
    • The City of Lost Children (1995)
    • Delicatessen (1991)
    • Santa Sangre (1989)
    • The Midnight Meat Train (2008)
    • Heavy Metal Parking Lot (1986)
    • The Saddest Music in the World (2003)
    • Ichi the Killer (2001)
    • Little Shop of Horrors (1986 Dir. Cut)
    • The Dark Backward (1991)
    • Anatomy (2000)
    • Absolute Beginners (1986)
    • Beyond The Black Rainbow (2010)
    • Bugsy Malone (1976)

    Respective of Takeshi “The Beat” Kitano, Woo-ping Yuen, Cynthia Rothrock, or the Andy Sidaris films.

  • Steve:

    The Car
    Deep Rising
    Nightbreed (directors cut that was finally just released)
    Lifeforce (exploring episode would be nice)
    Invaders From Mars (Tobe Hooper remake)
    Dragonslayer (another exploring episode)
    From Beyond
    In the Mouth of Madness (definitely an exploring episode)

  • Weirdo:

    Cyborg 1 & 3
    Knights (1993)
    Nemesis 1-4
    Now, cyborgs aside, I would really like to see an “Intensity (TV movie) vs. High Tension” episode.

  • Renç:

    -wishmaster 1&2
    -time cop
    -the hand (1981) (especially this one. I mean, a severed hand that goes on its own and kills people. What more can you even want?)

  • Seth:

    The Invisible Maniac (1990) is fairly unknown, but it’s right up your alley.
    Death Wish 3 (1985) is arguably the best (in a GoodBadFlicks kind of way) in the series.
    Logan’s Run (1976) is a classic!
    Watchers (1988) has Corey Haim and a dog who can act.
    Summer School (1987) is just perfect in a 1980s way.

  • Renc:

    -Wishmaster 1&2
    -Time Cop
    -Stop or My Mom Will Shoot
    -The Hand (1981)
    Specially the last one. I mean, a severed hand that goes on its own and kills people. What more can you even want?

  • Motyka:

    – Faust: Love of the Damned
    – The Order (aka Sin Eater)
    – Daredevil
    – Revolver
    – Southland Tales.

  • Ricardo:

    Wishmaster (1997)
    Castle Freak (1995)
    Fosaken (2001)
    Brainscan (1994)

  • The Forbidden Zone (Dir. Richard Elfman)
    Django (Franco Nero)
    Deep Red (Dir. Dario Argento)
    Blazing Magnum (Start Whitman, John Saxon)

  • Chaosunit0010:

    How do these sound.
    -Tremors
    -Eight legged Freaks
    -Toxic Crusaders
    -Blade Runner
    -Mimic
    -Blade
    -District 9
    -Pumpkin Head

  • Joshnorm:

    I LOVE THESE!!!

    – Meet the Feebles (Everyone needs to be reminded that Peter Jackson has a twisted sense of humor)
    – Dead Alive (Braindead)
    – Popeye
    – Road House
    – Mannequin
    – Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter is Dead

    And please, please let this year be the year for:

    – Troll 2

  • Cristiona:

    Dragonslayer: damn, but this is an underrated movie. Hopefully it’ll get the votes this time!
    Alien 3: speaking of under rated
    Prophecy trilogy: You already did Legion, after all…
    PCU: Generation X’s Animal House
    Last Man Standing: or, if you prefer, Omega Red

    My god, Steve’s right: In the Mouth of Madness would make a great exploring movie. Scared the shit out of me when I saw it.

    And, since I recently saw it and bitched about critics being idiots with it: Creature.

  • Trevor:

    Alien 3
    Flash Gordon
    Jason X

  • Eric:

    Metamorphosis: The Alien Factor (1990)
    Within the Rock (1996)
    Lifeforce (1985)
    Doomsday (2008)
    Deep Rising (1998)

  • Mike:

    The Babysitter (1995)
    Club Dread (2004)
    Tuff Turf (1985)
    Joyride (1977)

  • nate:

    Trick r Treat needs to be done, such an underrated movie that should already be a Halloween classic. Drive Angry also since its the definition of a good bad flick. the commercials made the movie look like garbage and the title sucks. I only watched it because Cecil mentioned it. Also agree with earlier posts that Transformers animated movie and Ghostbusters 2 need done. Also would rather see Alien Resurrection done instead of 3, I think 3 is the worst personally.

  • Jack Dazzle:

    Freaked!

  • MD84:

    Band of the Hand (1986)
    Black Moon Rising (1986)
    Toys (1992) if possible for xmas this year

  • Jr.:

    Here’s my list:

    Deep Rising
    Virus with Jamie Lee Curtis
    In the Mouth of Madness
    Escape from L.A.
    Wishmaster
    Meteor Man
    Blankman
    The Shadow with Alec Baldwin
    The Last Broadcast
    RoboCop 3
    I am Omega
    Hard Rain with Christian Slater

  • st42nwpt:

    Moonwalker
    Red Dawn (1984)
    Orgazmo (1997)
    Batman: The Movie (1966)
    Flash Gordon (1980)

    – Nutty

  • Steve3 in 3-D:

    Long Kiss Goodnight
    Last Broadcast
    Next of Kin

    And how about a western? Maybe Quick and the Dead or something similarly bad

  • Jim:

    Hell Comes to Frogtown
    Eye of the Tiger
    Exterminator
    Night of the Lepus
    Assault on Precinct 13(original)

  • Wang Hung:

    I would like to see reviews on the movies Run (1991) with Patrick Dempsey, or the movie Iron Eagle with Louis Gosset Jr.

  • Rick:

    Black Moon Rising (1986)
    Shock Treatment (1981)
    The Adventures of Ford Fairlane (1990)
    Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992)
    Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995)
    Tales From The Crypt: Bordello of Blood (1996)
    Midnight Madness (1980)
    The Stuff (1985)
    The Punisher (1989)

  • Greg:

    The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996)
    Fatal Beauty (1987)
    Escape from L.A. (1996)
    Flowers in the Attic (1987) “Eat the cookie, Mother!”
    Child’s Play (1988)
    Poltergeist lll (1988)

  • Sour Crowd:

    18th Angel (97)
    984: Prisoner of the Future (82)
    Backwoods (88)
    Circuitry Man 2 (94)
    Dark Universe (93)
    Dream Demon (88)
    Mission Mars (68)
    Firehead (91)
    Mind Killer (87)
    Nightflyers (87)
    Scream (the 1981 one!)
    Shadowzone (91)
    The Tower (93)

  • Jay:

    Friday the 13th part 6
    Pinocchio’s revenge 1996
    swamp thing 1982
    subspecies 1991

  • Roch Desjardins:

    1.Demons 2
    2.X-Tros
    3.Child play 3
    4.Night of the demons( the original please, not that poor 2009 remake).

  • demonknight:

    I second The Dark Backward! Love me some Bill Paxton.

  • Hhhmmm, so many good ones already listed.
    1. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)
    2. Flash Gordon (1980) already listed
    3. Dragonslayer (1981) already listed
    4. Suburbia (1983)
    5. Any of the ‘Basket Case’ series.
    6. Street Trash (1987)

  • Viewer:

    I’d love to see your take on Tommy Lee Jones’ late 19th century Caribbean pirate adventure movie Nate and Hayes (1983) based veeeeery loosely on a real pirate, “Bully” Hayes. The movie is trying to be like Indiana Jones (even rips off a scene or two like the bridge scene from Indiana 2), but also tries to be its own thing and that leads to having its tone all over the place. Adventurous lighthearted moments followed by eradication of an island (bad guys, pre-World War I Kaiser German Army want to colonize South America), only make the whole thing look weird, awkward and goofy instead of historical and serious. Still, it’s a captivating watch and a must-review.

    Another Indiana wannabe with Chuck Norris as a down on his luck, but still savvy adventurer, is the awesome and classic very “B” low budget movie Firewalker from 1986. It features great cast with Louis Gossett Jr. as Chuck’s partner John Rhys-Davies as the villain/ally and Sonny Landham as Inca Indian and actual villain. The budget kills it, but director J. Lee Thompson who made gazillion films with Charles Bronson gives it all he’s got and the chemistry and energy carries the movie. Again, a must-review.

    As for Lovecraft, how about a review of Carpenter’s semi-classic In the Mouth of Madness, a movie which has never been reviewed by anyone on the whole freaking Internet (no joke).

    Then there’s From Beyond (1986), Stuart Gordon, Jeffrey Combs, Barbara Crampton and Ken Foree classic.

    As for Stephen King, when will you review Maximum Overload? You know you want it. 🙂

    How about a Bill Pullman movie? There’s visually impressive Brain Dead (1990) aka “Paranoia”, drama/horror/thriller/mystery about paranoia and lobotomy in a mental institution and then there’s The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) set in Haiti during Baby Doc’s brutal 80s dictatorship, a semi-historical horror with Bill and Wes Craven about the dictatorship, voodoo and hallucinations.

    Speaking of voodoo and hallucinations, you should also cover Martin Sheen / John Schlesinger’s / Jimmy Smiths L.A. conspiracy thriller with elements of horror The Believers (1987).

    Spaceballs is also a must.

    Then there’s the PHENOMENAL and completely unknown psychological thriller comedy Frauds (1993) with Hugo Weaving, a meek intense husband who covers for his slightly unhinged wife who may have killed someone and Phil Collins who plays the villain, an eccentric savvy and somewhat childish blackmailer who loves dice and preys on them. No, he doesn’t sing. Direction is especially intense.

    Here’s a few stock suggestions – Children of the Corn 3, Carnosaur, Leprechaun in Vegas (aka Leprechaun 3), Highway to Hell and Freaks.

    P.S.

    How about you do a new series of shorties where you review a video that either features a star or is directed by one? For instance, you could totally do a short review of James Cameron / Kathryn Bigelow cinematic music video for Bil Paxton’s wonderful 80s band Martini Ranch. The video is from 1988 for the song called Reach, it’s western comedy themed with elements of cyberpunk and post-apocalypse. Cameos galore include Paul Rudd, Vasquez from Aliens, Henriksen and Paxton’s future (and current) wife.

  • Viewer:

    Sorry for double-posting.

    Forgot about great ludicrous movies like Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection where Billy Drago as the Columbian drug kingpin gives Chuck Norris a run for his money, Seagal’s Alaskan environmentalist adventure On Deadly Ground and the most ridiculous sequel of all the Scanners sequels – Scanners III: The Takeover, about a HOT heiress that uses the substance that creates Scanners as a medicine patch which turns her insane, murderous and obsessed with ruling the world . 🙂 🙂

    There’s also a creepy Australian supernatural thriller/horror Mirage from 1990 about a group of teens camping in the desert when black demonic pick up truck arrives and a sadistic psycho with a crossbow begins to stalk them.

    Finally, there’s Ghosttown 1988, indie action western horror thriller about a Texas ranger who while looking for a kidnapped girl stumbles upon a literal ghost town where a cursed outlaw reigns and kidnaps living girls to entertain him.

    And I second Shock Treatment (1981)

  • I second both Lifeforce and Freejack, plus how about 1987’s Monster Squad(one of the funniest lines from that involves Dracula and a little girl) or 1992’s Stay Tuned with John Ritter and Pam Dawber?

  • Jason Lundgren:

    Here’s a great idea: Moonwalker for a Good Bad Flicks and a Good Bad Video Games review.

  • Yhoven Igdao:

    – Twilight Zone: The Movie
    – Rocky V
    – Yor: The Hunter from the Future
    – Clerks
    – Fire and Ice
    – Ready to Rumble
    – Foodfight
    – Spongebob Squarepants: The Movie
    – The Protector (2005)
    – Stalingrad (2013)
    – Wrath of the Titans
    – Ninja Assassin
    – Exit 33
    – Deathstalker 3
    – Incubus
    – Anak ng Bulkan
    – Samurai Reincarnation (1981)

  • Toby:

    Gamera trilogy (the one from the 90s), The Super Inframan, Sinbad of the Seven Seas, From Beyond, Detention

  • Grant:

    My picks for next year will be:

    Pinocchio’s Revenge
    The Paperboy (1994)
    Disturbing Behavior
    Freejack
    Deep Rising
    Spawn
    Mr. Nanny
    Fist of the North Star (1995)
    Johnny Mnemonic
    Vampirella

  • Greg:

    I knew I missed one earlier:

    Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013)

  • Videoblivion:

    Brainscan (1994)
    Black Circle Boys (1997)
    Gate 2 (1990)
    Shock ‘Em Dead (1991)
    Ricky 6 (2000)
    Black Roses (1988)
    Cold Hearts (1999)
    Darkness (1993)

  • Nathan:

    Miami Connection 1987
    Lady Terminator 1989
    Cemetery Man 1994

    More Ozploitation
    Razerback 1984
    Road Games 1981
    The Man from Hong Kong 1975

  • Roy:

    Teeth
    Sucker Punch (exploration episode)
    Rolling Vengeance
    Flash Gordon (1980)
    Sheena
    Batman (1966)
    Dark Night of the Scarecrow
    Evilspeak (never call a kid Cooperdick. He’ll decapitate ya!)
    Blind Fury
    Robocop (1987 and an exploration)
    Undefeatable (Anna!!)
    Parents
    Yor: The Hunter From The Future
    Tamara
    The Puma Man
    Welcome to Spring Break/Nightmare Beach
    The Raiders of Atlantis
    Rawhead Rex
    Alligator
    Samurai Cop (!)
    Ginger Snaps
    Swamp Thing
    The Terror of Tiny Town
    The Visitor (I still don’t what the hell was that)
    Devil in the Flesh
    Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II
    976-Evil
    Terror Squad
    Tourist Trap
    Meatballs 2-4
    Half Past Dead (shameless ripoff of “Die Hard” and “The Rock”)
    Breaker! Breaker!
    Silent Rage
    Lifeforce

  • jason:

    OK some of these are mentioned above but I figured I’d include them in my list anyways.

    Hot Rod
    Bubble Boy
    Delta Force Commando
    Idiocracy
    Lockout
    Pandorum
    Bad Moon
    Rat Race
    Shoot em Up
    Demon Wind
    Automatic
    Kid
    Meet the Applegates
    Fright Night II
    PCU
    The Unholy
    The Monster Squad
    Three O’clock High

  • Rob:

    My choices are not only films that I would like to see you review, but also fit easily into the criteria of your previous reviews. They are in no order.

    Nightbreed (1990)
    Lord of Illusions (1995)
    Candyman (1992)
    Highway to Hell (1991)
    Critters 2 (1988)
    April Fool’s Day (1986)
    Dolls (1987)
    Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995)
    Shocker (1989)
    Return of the Living Dead (1985)
    All-American Murder (1991)
    The Night Flier (1997)
    Silver Bullet (1985)
    Pet Sematary (1989)
    Sometimes They Come Back (1991)
    Popcorn (1991)
    Warlock: The Armageddon (1993)
    Waxwork II: Lost in Time (1992)
    Puppetmaster (1989)
    House (1986)
    House II: The Second Story (1987)
    Phantasm II (1988)
    Guyver: Dark Hero (1994)
    Frankenstein Unbound (1990)
    Freaked (1993)
    The Burning (1981)
    From Beyond (1986)
    Brain Dead (1990)
    Necronomicon: Book of Dead (1993)
    In the Mouth of Madness (1994)
    Parents (1989)
    Dead & Buried (1981)
    Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance (1972)
    Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart at the River Styx (1972)
    Lady Snowblood (1973)
    Night Life (1989)
    Blades (1989)
    Stake Land (2010)
    Jacob’s Ladder (1990)
    Angel Heart (1987)
    Man Bites Dog (1992)
    Santa Sangre (1989)
    Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI (1986)
    The Monster Squad (1987)

  • Rob:

    Any of these would be great:
    Teeth
    C.H.U.D.
    Rose Red
    ROTOR
    Liquid Sky
    Airplane vs Volcano
    Anaconda III
    American Psycho II: All American Girl
    Chain Letter
    13/13/13
    Bait
    Prey
    Grave Encounters
    47 Ronin (2013)
    The Colony
    Spawn
    The Ghost
    The Collector

    Thanks Cecil, love good bad flicks

  • Mark M.:

    If you haven’t done it yet, how about Unbreakable? I remember watching it in the theater and hating it…but it grew on me so much over the years that it has become one of my absolute faves. I can add votes for Fright Night II and Dark Night of the Scarecrow.

  • Keith:

    Short list here, but some really great under-rated flicks IMO…

    Final Approach
    Angel Heart
    Hard Boiled
    Splice
    Reign of Fire
    Lifeforce

    Looking forward to January’s reviews!

  • Melony:

    The Baby (1972)

  • Greg:

    Fido (2006) would also be an interesting choice.

  • Steve:

    Lifeforce
    The Stuff
    Sky Riders
    High Velocity
    High Risk
    Q

  • Xeethra:

    Quite possibly the same things as I mentioned last year but am too lazy to check:

    American Ninja (any of the first three)

    National Lampoon’s Loaded Weapon 1

    Exterminator

    Bakshi’s Lord of the Rings.

    Thanks for another year of ritzy operation!

    • Cecil:

      Thanks 🙂

      Kind of surprised I haven’t done any of the American Ninjas yet. Actually, looking back I am lacking in ninja movies in general. I may have to remedy that in the coming year.

      Ah the Ritzy operation. When I first started the site I had only been doing the videos for a few months. I wasn’t sure if I would even still be making them in a year since if a video got 50 views it was huge. Thankfully I got better, found my voice, and my audience.

      I keep the Ritzy Operation up there because it makes me laugh and reminds me of when I started. I do like to feel fancy. heh

  • Andrew:

    Brazil
    Imaginarum of Dr. Parnassus
    Troll1
    Troll 3 (The sword of power)
    Dark Crystal
    Lord of Illusion
    Starship Troopers
    The Gate
    House & House 2
    Parents

  • Andrew:

    Night breed
    My demon lover

  • Liam Early:

    With Friends Like These 1991
    The Crater Lake Monster
    The Substitute trilogy

  • I’m completely on board for a Blade Retrospective, Splice was a mess and Tremors would be beautiful.

    • Cecil:

      A Blade retro would be interesting since it was one of the rare R rated Marvel films as well as a movie that helped to usher in the current wave of mega comic book blockbusters.

  • jack:

    Spiders (2000)
    Surviving the Game (1994)
    Resident Evil Apocalypse or any of the RE films
    Bridge of Dragons (1999)
    Double Team (1997)
    Endangered Species/Earth Alien (2003)
    The Punisher (2004)
    Death Race 2 or 3
    Cold Harvest or any other 90’s Gary Daniels film.

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