Day 6

What's the secret of a great bad movie?

Sharknado is back with an over-the-top sequel that hopes to cash in on the success of its redecessor. But can you set out to intentionally make a good bad movie?  Brent talks to Tasha Robinson, a senior editor at The Dissolve, and Blair Davis, a Canadian B-movie expert who teaches at DePaul University, about what makes a bad film great. Let us know what your favourite...

Sharknado is back with an over-the-top sequel that hopes to cash in on the success of its redecessor. But can you set out to intentionally make a good bad movie?  Brent talks to Tasha Robinson, a senior editor at The Dissolve, and Blair Davis, a Canadian B-movie expert who teaches at DePaul University, about what makes a bad film great. Let us know what your favourite bad movies of all time are on Twitter, Facebook, or in the comments below.





Blair's favourite "B movies"

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