Now here’s a real cinematic oddity. You can describe UHF in any number of ways: hubristic misfire, beloved cult classic, amiable shaggy dog as harmless as it is corny. All of them apply, and in fact the stories surrounding the movie are actually more interesting than the movie itself. But as forgettable as it is, its core sweetness makes it terrific comfort food for the right sort, and while you may not love it, hating it seems like an act of needless cruelty. Hit the jump for my full UHF Blu-ray review.