Phantasm is definitely a movie whose entertainment value lies not in its quality, but in the extreme lack thereof. Sure, there’s a few seeds of good ideas, a nice shot or transition here or there, and the recent Remaster by Bad Robot is top notch. But I’ve seen better acting in local commercials, and the plot is absolutely senseless, which among a myriad of other factors makes for one madcap, hilarious ride—for all the wrong reasons.