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Movies that are so bad, they're good

Movies that are so bad, they're good

Are there any delights so sublime, so dependable, as those derived from watching -- and deriding -- a really bad movie?

Not for Mark Colegrove, a founder and organizer of the monthly Mondo Baltimore film series. The first Thursday of every month, he and his fellow connoisseurs of cinematic dreck -- and we're talking films that are mind-numbingly bad, to the point where they may actually kill brain cells -- take over the Windup Space for another dive into the movie depths. There is, he assures, no surer way of having a good time.

"You get to sit there and watch it and think, 'How did they...