On today's Slate podcast, we venture into one of America's classically quirky subcultures: people who love and seek out painfully bad movies. Our guide is Mark Jordan Legan, Hollywood writer, bad-film buff, and the man behind the weekly "Summary Judgment" segment for Slate and NPR's Day to Day. Mark recently saw a new movie that may be a contender for worst film ever.
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