Like any good movie buff, I love trailers. I am one of those people who makes sure I'm nice and comfy in my theater seat before I see that green screen telling me that what I'm about to see is suitable for all audiences. So while I don't question the logic that makes me spend so much of my time avoiding commercials on the small screen, but rushing to catch one of the big-screen, when it comes to movie trailers, l don't miss a second of it. But as much as I may have a deep and abiding love for a good trailer, I know better than anyone that sometimes one will pull the wool over your eyes, and before you know it, the lights are on and the credits have rolled and you realize that there's two hours of your life (and twelve bucks) you're never getting back.

The last time I looked back at one of my selections for Terrific Trailers, I made mention of that sinking feeling you get in a theater when you realize that you have been; duped, hoodwinked, and downright bamboozled. Well, that wasn't the first time that I had been taken by a trailer, and when I stumbled across the original teaser for the 1996 disaster stinker Twister, I was (painfully) reminded of all the times that I've been out and out lied to by a quality teaser -- and I'm sure you have too. So in honor of the wasted hours we've spent watching crappy movies thanks to a slick trailer, today is all about; bad movies with good trailers.

After the jump; I present you with five 'bad' movies with good trailers...