The Official Movie Mastery List

 

We’ve had requests to make our list public, so people can guess what’s coming soon on Movie Mastery.  Here’s the official list, as a result.  If your movie isn’t on the list, either we’ve both seen it, or I lost it somewhere, so don’t worry, just ask about that in the comments.  If your name isn’t behind the movie you suggested, it’s because again, I’m bad at this and forgot to write down your name the first time.  Just say something in the comments again, and boom, thanked!  Someday! Finally, if you see something listed twice, that’s because that smart fan actually sent us a DVD.  They get a little weighting on the die roll.

And remember, we have absolutely no idea what’s coming up next.  We literally roll dice the day we sit down to watch.  For reals.  Since the list is at 29 as of this post, we use weird dice.

  1. Possession
  2. Scorpion King – Moose
  3. Ice Pirates – Lakstoties
  4. Space Truckers – Lakstoties
  5. Fire Walk With Me – DreadLordBunny
  6. House
  7. Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties – Elliot S.
  8. Jupiter Ascending – Chris G.
  9. Crash and Burn – Lakstoties
  10. Suburban Commando
  11. Men in White – Jason J. Parr
  12. Shoot ‘Em Up – Bryan S.
  13. Hell Comes to Frogtown – Bryan S.
  14. Death Bed: The Bed That Eats – Nick E.
  15. Captain America (1979) – Elliot S.
  16. Lightning: Fire from the Sky – Echo Cian
  17. Merlin’s Shop of Mystical Wonders – Hyper Crab Tank
  18. Funky Forest: The First Contact – John B.
  19. Speed Racer – @carvool
  20. Godzilla – Final Wars
  21. Bebes Kids
  22. Watership Down – Armand K.
  23. The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
  24. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale – @WarcriminalWaifu
  25. Asteroid – Matthew S.
  26. Falling Down – Matthew S.
  27. El Topo – Matthew S.
  28. Jungle Book – Matthew S.
  29. Night Train to Terror – Michael M.
  30. The Eliminators – Jacob S.
  31. America 3000
  32. Down Periscope – Greg H.
  33. Wild in the Streets – Mike M.
  34. Blood Punch – Jacob S.
  35. Blood Punch
  36. Troll 2 – Vehk V.
  37. Battlefield Earth – Vehk V.
  38. Class of Nuke ‘Em High – Vehk V.
  39. Master of the Flying Guillotine – Brook C.
  40. Caravan of Courage – Vehk V.
  41. Idlewild
  42. Das Boot
  43. Dragonfyre
  44. Duel
  45. Stealth
  46. Clockstoppers
  47. Diggstown
  48. The Ref
  49. Holiday Special List
  50. Dune
  51. The Conqueror
  52. Spawn
  53. Monsturd
  54. Achmed Saves America
  55. Hard Ticket to Hawaii
  56. Megaforce
  57. Gandahar
  58. The FP
  59. Super Mario Bros.
  60. Cemetary Man
  61. Surf Ninjas
  62. Oh! Heavenly Dog
  63. Radioactive Dreams
  64. Purple Rain
  65. Hard Rock Zombies
  66. Udon
  67. Live Freaky Die Freaky
  68. Laughing Dead
  69. Biodome
  70. Freddy Got Fingered
  71. Dragonlance
  72. Maniac
  73. DOA: Dead or Alive
  74. Glen or Glenda
  75. Hawkman the Slayer
  76. Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong
  77. Garbage Pail Kids
  78. Tango and Cash
  79. Grizzly Man
  80. Tiptoes
  81. Bee Movie
  82. Alienator
  83. Metal Tornado
  84. Black Dynamite
  85. Deadly Prey
  86. Howard the Duck
  87. Anything by Neil Breen
  88. Fantastic Planet
  89. All Quiet on the Western Front
  90. The Raid: Redemption
  91. Tokyo Pop
  92. Renaissance Man
  93. Zatoichi
  94. Cobra
  95. Drum
  96. Hulk 2003
  97. Knights of Badassdom
  98. Tiptoes
  99. Don’t Be a Menace
  100. Star Trek: Of Gods and Men
  • Christmas with the Kranks – Donald S.
  • Saving Christmas – Donald S.
  • A Christmas Story – Grant W.
  • Santa with Muscles – Grant W.
  • Eight Crazy Nights – Thomas D.
  • He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special – Thomas D.
  • Elf – Blackraven Darkmoon
  • Silent Night, Deadly Night – Dave

73 responses to “The Official Movie Mastery List

  1. I came here to recommend Buckaroo Banzai but some utter genius beat me too it.
    I can only counter with Cherry 2000, a 2017 post-apocalyptic businessman hires a beautiful tracker to scour the badlands for a replacement for his broken sex bot only to… well. There are bazookas and magnet cranes.
    or
    Tokyo Tribes, a Japanese hip hop musical where idiot themed street gangs take on “The Kingpin” a gold clad asian Elvis (late career) and his conspicuously black enforcer.

  2. Hi System Masters,
    I’m here to recommend a classic, 2016 film shot in China, acted by Americans, and released in Brazil: Skiptracer. Starring—you guessed it—Johnny Knoxville and Jackie Chan! It could almost be a good movie if the plot made any sense! Have fun (if you ever get to it)

  3. I would like to recommend Pandorum (2009) with Dennis Quaid in a psychological space horror/thriller. Might be good for Horrortoberfest.

  4. Please throw on The Spy with my Face (1965). There’s a lot of nonsensical business masquerading as plot, like face transplants and nuclear people-eating doors.

  5. I have two suggestions for you, the absolutely horrible “poultrygeist: night of the chicken dead” or the Luke Wilson and Dax Shephard movie “Idiocracy”. Seriously poultrygeist though. Its BAD.

  6. The King and the Mockingbird. It got rerelease so it shouldn’t be too hard to find. A classic of french animation and also really weird in parts, should be fun.

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