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Video Madness: Worst Movie Scenes of All Time

The Professor is a fan of the ridiculous. I love it. It’s absolutely the most wonderful thing I can think of. Many years ago I decided that real movies or quality movies were pretty much a waste of my time. I came to realize that true entertainment comes from bad movies. Horrible slices of cinema that try so hard and just fail in every way. However, there is a fine line between bad movies that are awesome and just straight up horrible movies with no value whatsoever. It’s pretty much the difference between “Rat Race” and “Track of the Moon Beast.” Sure, “Rat Race” may arguably be a better “movie,” but there’s absolutely nothing redeeming about it. On the other hand, “Track of the Moon Beast” is awesome and horrible and chock full of enough failure to keep it on your DVD shelf. Well, at least mine anyway. I just might have the largest collection of awful movies you’ve ever seen. The street value of which is probably mind boggling to the point where you’d wonder why anyone would have paid so much for such crap.

Which brings me to today’s madness. In my search for the proper video to end the year with, I stumbled upon these clips. It opened with one of my favorite death scenes ever and then moved onto that awesome clip from “Troll 2”. I knew right then and there it needed to be featured. Shortly thereafter, the clip from “Silent Night, Deadly Night 2” came up, clinching the f*cking deal. Then, not to be outdone, they tossed in those clips from “Shark Attack 3.” Gold. Solid gold. I love this clip, and I wish more existed.

So when you’re getting wasted tonight take a peak at this jewel and laugh your asses off.

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