5. Teenage Caveman (2002)
This is one of those movies you may stumble upon late at night, if you happen to be lucky (or unlucky) enough to have access to HBO, insomnia, and a desire to enjoy some good old-fashioned 'teen' porn without the legal consequences that may come with it. To this day, I have no idea what the director was trying to accomplish here, and I often ponder whether I should dare tread the path again to watch this...just once more...then I remember there was only one worthwhile scene, where the bad guy (Neil) dances into the room screaming at our half-dressed protagonists, and it's already on youtube. Without further ado, I present it to you now, to save you the trouble of watching the rest.
4. Terror Vision (1986)
3. Jack Frost (1996)
2. Teenage Space Vampires (1999)
I refuse to turn this into a list attacking the low budget field of cinema, nor even the poor-writing field, the bad directing field, crappy SFX field, and the terrible acting field. HOWEVER, this one kind of falls into every single one of those areas. There's only one memorable moment, the rest left me thinking to myself 'how can they be vampires, if they look like aliens? I think this movie is putting too much emphasis on the space part.' It honestly felt like one of those concepts translated to a language, and then back to the original, then maybe to a third for good measure, until nobody really knew what the monster was...so they just kinda went with it. Anyway, here's a pretty good example of one of the better moments in the movie. That's saying something, since it's not really much of a moment.
1. Ghost Fever (1987)