Not everyone loves schlocky sci-fi movies. They're an acquired taste, kind of like natto or kimchi. Also, what might be a B movie to some might be a paragon of film-making to others. However, if you've been a sci-fi fan for very long, chances are you've seen one or two, maybe without meaning to. There's a lot of kitsch out there, and sometimes that's the most fun. In that vein, here's 5 that I'm excited about seeing. Whether or not they'll be good, well, that depends entirely on your definition.
1.) Age of the Dragons
Ok, never mind that it sounds kind of dirty; in the same vein as "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," we now have "Moby Dick and Dragons." Cheese-fest meter? Probably high, since there's about 2 lines of dialog shown in the trailer, and one of them is yelled.
Well, people getting sucked up into the sky is a good place to start on the schlock-o-meter. They quote Stephen Hawking's 'aliens probably don't wanna make friends' bit, so that's also a point in its favor.
I have to admit, I really like the premise of this film. It sounds a little District 9-ish in some ways, and glowing mutant mushrooms are cool.
4.) Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
The name is certainly long enough. Movies about animals are always tricky, and this movie might rightly be classified as fantasy rather than sci-fi, but I think it deserves a billing for content, if not style.
5.) Tron: Legacy
This one I'm a little worried about, although I'm still looking forward to seeing it. There's the good kind of cheesy, which is a film it doesn't take itself too seriously, and then there's bad cheese which does, and this may wind up being in the second category. The original was a cult classic; hopefully this one is enjoyable.