In film you have showstoppers. You have unremarkable movies and some of the time you have ghastly movies. Presently, with regards to terrible movies they separate into a few classes. You have the Adam Sandler classification, which as we all know implies that a film is irredeemably awful (with periodic peculiarities that accompany the moving of tides or blue moons, similar to The Wedding Singer), you have movies of horrifying uncouthness, yet once in a while, just now and again, you get a film so awful it’s oddly splendid.
This sort of film was presumably initially advanced by Ed Wood with amusingly poop movies like Plan 9 From Outer Space. In later years one such work of splendid disagreeableness was Samurai Cop, a mid 90’s activity film that seemed as though it was shot in 2 days for 2 dollars and mysteriously featured the late (extraordinary) Robert Z’Dar.