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Benji Tunnell: Art of bad filmmaking is multi-layered

by Jeremiah Tucker.

I’ve been a movie buff my entire life.

When I was a child, I would sneak downstairs to catch whatever the late show happened to be that evening. I got my first job working in theaters, and every Thursday I would pull long nights pre-screening the coming weekend’s films, often rolling them into double or triple features, all under the guise of quality control.

I’ve seen a lot of movies, and more specifically, a lot of bad movies. What I’ve found is that there is an art to bad movies. They can be broken down into specific categories:

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