Seeing as how there have been plenty of threads recently about favourite and worst movies, I thought I'd put another spin on it by asking people about those embarrassing films which they know are actually complete c**p, but for some reason they just can't help but love. This whole thing has been provoked by a recent screening of Resident Evil. Now I went in fearing the very worst (I'm not a big fan of the games, althrough I'll be first in line for the UK release of the Gamecube make-over), and in all honesty it isn't a particularly good film. But for some reason, both myself and my girlfriend really enjoyed it. The acting is lacklustre, the story is absolute guff (but quite close in tone and execution to that of the game series) there are some miserable CGI effects on offer and simply not enough gore considering that it's a zombie film, but somehow none of this seemed to matter to either of us. I really can't defend the film at all apart from with regards to a couple of stylistic flourishes from the director (Paul Anderson), but I really can't wait for the film to come out on DVD so I can watch it again at home. My other shameful film secret is a love of the Kevin Bacon flick Footloose. Tosh of the very worst kind, but as soon as I hear that theme song it just seems as if everything is suddenly right with the world. Just imagine how excited I was when the BBC recently screened the film in widescreen! So, come on... what bad movie really does it for you?