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Discussion in 'Reader Polls' started by RyanPC, Sep 2, 2003.
Runner Up: Michael Winner's Scream For Help
As far as terrible, terrible movies that I actually enjoy, here's a few:
She-Wolves Of The Wasteland
And a few I will despise for eternity:
Oasis Of The Zombies
I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer
Wait... you're saying to enjoy a horror movie, you have to believe in ghosts, and people who do believe in ghosts are morons...
Why, again, are you on a horror DVD website?
I saw that post for the first time today too (even though it's from October of '07). I was gonna let it go, since I'm tired of arguing The Blair Witch Project. Some like it, some don't.
But I never saw anything in BWP that really confirmed a supernatural presence (one of the reasons I like it so much). Why was the map lost? Simple. One guy was tired of hearing arguments about it, and it was only getting everybody further lost. He got rid of it. Additionally, while many people have said the witch "forced them to go around in a circle by messing up the woods" or some crap like that, I think they just behaved like typically lost people. You always read about that. People get lost, and travel dozens of miles only to end up a short distance from where they start. I think that's all that happened.
Anyway, back to bad movie discussions....
Just when you thought you were done discussing BWP, I wanted to chime in that I had this same discussion with a co-worker a couple weekends ago after I'd had a couple, and she was willing to let me talk her ear off about all things Horror.
She took your position, Paff, but I remain convinced the witch was workin' her magic on those kids when they got lost. Granted, it's been a good while since I sat through the film (and I do like it a lot), but what about all the tent rattling and then disappearing into the woods? Just a really fast prankster? How could they keep missing her/it/them? And yes, people do get dangerously lost in the woods (and I agree that the map was lost through human error), but I think it's scarier that they had no control over their direction at that point; perhaps their exhaustion made them more susceptible to the witch's plan.
Anyway, we hit a stalemate and then moved on to discuss Bubba Ho-Tep.
The film I hate the most is Forest Gump.
Now the HORROR film I hate the most... I dunno.... I guess there isn't one. I can't hate a horror film. I may think its a piece of shit but can't hate it. I enjoy a horror piece of shit more than any other bad genre film, to hate it.
Hmmm, the 30th Anniversary Edition of Night of the Living Dead though... Yeah, I think I HATE that one.
I like "bad" movies. I watch ALOT of really "bad" horror movies.
but these titles were so bad that i couldn't even keep them in the house for fear that they would "infect" the other DVD's in my collection.
CHILDREN OF THE LIVING DEAD
BLIND BEAST VS. KILLER DWARF
and the worst of all....
JESS FRANCO'S INCUBUS (2002) I love Franco and i have over 40 of his movies in my DVD collection. But this movie is SOOO bad words cannot do it justice. Even my garbage can didn't deserve this. It just had to be smashed.
I agree that Blind Beast Vs. Killer Dwarf was terrible too. I just couldn't get through it.
I disagree with Clownhouse. I know Victor Salva is a pervert, a creep and an altogether terrible person but... That movie works for me. When I watch it, I always feel like I'm on the edge of my seat.
Rottwieler was pretty damn bad.
See, that's another movie that I thought was okay. Could it have been a LOT better? Absolutely. From what I remember (and I saw it years ago), it was decent.
"Charlie's Angels" for me, still. Not even all the remakes can surpass it, although they come close.
SKYSCRAPER with Anna Nicole Smith.
Season Of The Hunted
That Full Moon flick where the "zombies" rise up out 1/4 an inch of dirt and then it does a freeze frame with their eyes glowing red. I can't remember the name but sucked pretty bad. And every time a zombie rises it shows the same footage of the same thing.
The Dead Hate the Living?
Everyone is entitled to their opinion... except puddy.
I sat through Blood Sisters a few weeks ago and while it's probably not the worst movie ever made, it's gotta be in the general conversation.
Unholy. Without a doubt, this is one of the worst movies I have seen recently. As for worst movie of all time, it is sure as hell up there.
Whenever I think worst movie,Day of The Dead 2 still comes to mind.Not only did it suck but it was a slap in the face for any fan of the original.
I also have to mention Independence Day.Haven't seen it in a long time but I'm sure my opinion wouldn't change on this one.