Bad Movie Institute of Technology

Welcome to BMIT! A purely research-focused institution in the Sklog-iversity system founded in 2016 with zero students and two distinguished professors. Located exclusively online, BMIT brings you peer-reviewed research (your twin is your peer right?) investigating all of your favorite bad movie questions. Why don’t some movies have settings? How can we quantify “badness”? Why does this website exist? We will get into it, and we have opinions.


Science / Technology / Engineering / Mathematics Department

Department Head

Distinguished Professor of Bad Movie Science and Technology – Patrick

Patrick’s world famous research into the BMeTric launched BMIT to the top of the quantitative bad movie research department listings! Ever striving to predict and analyze the badness of movies, Patrick’s current research focuses on the BMeTric Live!, a time-independent BMeTric to be used in determining badness prior to movie release dates. An award winning (Smaddies Baddies 2014, 2015 and 2016) researcher, Patrick hopes to destroy all joy in bad movie watching through quantification.

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Current Research Project: BMeTric Live!

 


Humanities, Arts and Social Science Department

Department Head

Distinguished Professor of Bad Movie Philosophy – Jamie

Jamie’s long-form essays into the philosophy of bad movies has for years attempted to pull back the curtain on the big questions facing any bad movie watcher. The launch of the BMysTery series has put him on the forefront of his field (Bad Movie Philosophy / X-Files) and placed BMIT on top of the qualitative bad movie research department listings! An award winning (Smaddies Baddies 2014, 2015 and 2016) researcher, Jamie hopes to promote the wonderous majesty of bad movie watching through rigorous philosophical exploration.

Current Research Project: The BMysTery Philosophy Series