BH&H is a freeware platformer that both respectfully apes "Out of this World" and revels in the campy dialog of b-movies and summer hollywood blockbusters. The author digitized himself and his friends to make the ingame characters. He couldn't draw backgrounds, so he just drew splotches and applied several photoshop filters to them.
Puzzles mostly involve avoiding vague-but-dangerous things; most hazards are telegraphed ahead of time. The painful/funny cinematics only get funnier as the game progresses, entering (in my opinion) OH SHIT I JUST WANT TO FINISH THIS territory near the end.
BH&H was written for the AGAST engine, which causes some problems on certain systems. AGAST apparantly can't free resources; I had to restart the game a few times to reach the end. Also, it's like a 160 MB download.
Finally, there's an interesting tell-all post-mortem on the author's site. Although not really a trainwreck (the levels are actually very well polished), I thought the slapdash graphics and storyline (and final boss, if you ever reach him) give it a strange "shoestring budget" quality, even though it didn't have a budget.