Beverly Hills Ninja, a movie I was never a fan of, is in my actual pile of genuine zero-star viewing experiences and I wouldn't rewatch it at gunpoint. Farley was reportedly miserably ashamed of the film, and wanted to do a serious Fatty Arbuckle movie but then he croaked.
This was a very very funny AVGN, BTW, I've been going back and watching random ones to catch up (already knew "Big Rigs," "Desert Bus," "Hong Kong 97," "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" and "Polybius.) The part with the deaths and Charlie Brown turning up is a laugh riot--I'd heard the game had very poor control but didn't realize just how horribly designed it actually was as I don't think I'd ever watched any clips of it.
I remember the Sub-Zero game getting torn apart by magazine critics anyway back in 1997, but he doesn't mention that Mortal Kombat Trilogy was torn apart by critics too, which I also remember. MKT plus the Sub-Zero game mark the point I think where the world was pretty much done with the MK phenomenon--and he actually bothers to point out something I hadn't realized, but which is probably dead on: the culture of finding out secrets in the MK games is kinda like a precursor to Internet culture.