Bad Movie Night is on the way, but we need your help deciding when to do this. Vote in our poll to tell us which day works best for you.
There are few joys in life greater than putting on a terrible movie and ragging on it with your friends. Bad Movie Night is a new event that will let us at The Bonus View do just that alongside our readers. We’ll pop in a movie, open up a live chat, and talk about how awful the flick is.
Normally, we’ll start off with a poll that allows you to vote on your favorite of three absolutely awful films, but Aaron Peck and I are eager to get started, so we’ve gone ahead and made the first selection. Our target will be the 2010 Wesley Snipes classic ‘Game of Death’. It’s available from both Redbox and Netflix, and looks like the kind of flick that was made for Bad Movie Night.
‘Game of Death‘ was shot in Detroit, Michigan by Italian director Giorgio Serafini. It stars Wesley Snipes, who is quickly on his way to becoming a straight-to-video hero. Also appearing are kickboxer Gary Daniels (the dude who sent FBI agents into Nakatomi Plaza even though John McClaine said not to) and Ho-Sung Pak (who has appeared in not one, but two Uwe Boll movies).
Snipes plays a bodyguard who saves a politician from assassination and has to hold out against those trying to take the man down. His only ally is a nurse, played by Zoë Bell. By all accounts, the movie sounds disastrous.
What we need from you is to pick a day. We’re hoping to run one of these every month or so, but we’d like to get a day set in stone right off the bat. Whatever day we run this one will be the day we run the next and the one after, going on into infinity – or until we run out of bad movies.
We’ll be starting the movie at 9:00EST/6:00PST on whatever day you pick, so take that into account when making your choice. We know we’re not going to be able to please everyone, but we’re hoping to accommodate as many people as possible. Go ahead and put in a vote for any day that you’re available, and we’ll run on whichever gets the most votes.