Saw two more movies tonight:
1) They Saved Hitler's Brain: The cinema snob made me do it. The movie looked pretty funny, and it is. He spoiled most of the funny parts, but the scene where the dude slaps the girl is so god damn funny. That chick literally does nothing but scream and make hilarious surprised / horrified facial expressions throughout the entire film, save for the beginning where she acts like a prostitute. There's a lot of funny in there.
2) The Werewolf Of Washington - Starring Dean Stockwell circa 1974. Starts out really slow and boring for the first 15 or 20 minutes. I was about to turn it off, but some old lady with a shopping cart found the first victim behind a car and did this amazing, ten second "I'm about to scream!" face, and then screamed three times. Then it got a little boring for a couple more minutes until a guy picked up a phone, said "uh-huh?" hung up and told the guy he was with that the first victim - who was the wife of the secretary of state or something - was dead... and "had her guts ripped out". And then the movie basically became a comedy. Literally. And it's really not half bad, aside from the fact that half the jokes are Nixon references and the other half are slapstick that goes on for WAY too long, then keep going in a very un-funny way, and then KEEP GOING until they manage to become funny purely because they've gone on for so long.
I mean... I got this thing in one of those collections of crap horror movies of 50 movies for ten bucks, but this isn't a horror film. It's completely comedy by the end... not very good comedy, but comedy. There are four or five bits, tho, that are fucking hysterical, and I would actually recommend watching it. It's on Youtube all over the place, given that it's probably public domain.
Both are definitely good movies to get some buddies, get some alcohol and laugh you ass off.