|Barely Legal Lesbian Vampires|
If the primary filmmaker is named 'Mr. Creepo', I hope it was meant to be a comedy.
|Beach Blanket Bloodbath|
Meant to be a parody of traditional 'beach' movies, I still think it's a good idea.
A lighter take on the biopic genre from the writers of The People vs. Larry Flynt and Man on the Moon.
|Ed Wood: Look Back in Angora|
Much less serious than other documentaries, it's still quite informative.
|The Interplanetary Surplus Male and Amazon Women of Outer Space|
A send-up of low budget films and sci-fi in general.
|It Came From Hollywood|
A comedic look at old, bad movies.
|The Love Feast|
Adult film though it may be, Ed's part is largely comic relief.
And he's the lead.
|Mystery Science Theater 3000 #320|
The first Ed-related episode of this comedy show that pokes fun at bad movies.
|Mystery Science Theater 3000 #423|
Bride of the Monster
A less successful episode of the classic comedy show.
|Mystery Science Theater 3000 #610|
The Violent Years
A quality episode.
|Mystery Science Theater 3000 #613|
The Sinister Urge
Perhaps the best of the MST3K episodes to use an Ed-related film.
|Night of the Fools|
Comedic look at the making of Plan 9 From Outer Space.
|One Million AC/DC|
This one's too goofy to have been meant to be serious.
|Plan 69 From Outer Space|
This adult film is a parody of Plan 9 From Outer Space and everything (except the sex) is played for laughs.
|Plan 9.1 From Outer Space|
Remake of Plan 9 From Outer Space using puppets.
This film written and directed by the guys who wrote Ed Wood was their attempt at a straightforward comedy.
The result were mixed. (At best. -ed.)
Hillbilly hijinks with all the subtlety of "Hee Haw".