I avoid occult/horror. Last one I saw was decades ago. I don't remember the title, but the protagonist was really having a hard time. When she started vomiting nails, that was when I made the conscious decision as to no more occult/horror. I do grant Stephen King an exception though...
- Manos: The Hands of Fate - Mutant Hunt - Devil Fish - To Catch a Yeti - Deathbed: The Bed that Eats - Any Resident Evil Film - Any Transformers Film - Any Twilight Film
Usually I can sit through a bad B-Movie, even really obscure ones that make no sense and have awful special-effects, acting, story, editing, etc. The movies I tend to not be able to make it through are the ones with excellent production values that manage to be tedious bad-acted and awful nonetheless (Bay's Transformer films are great examples).
Battlefield Earth - that movie fails on all possible levels of film-making. Terrible acting, slanted and off center cinematography, crappy directing, a horrible screenplay, an annoying musical score, fake looking Halloween costumes for the cast, and terrible special effects. John Stewart said it best when he compared Battlefield Earth to Star Wars meets the smell of ass.
Oh GAWD!!! There so-o-o many! There are a few that stand out. I remember Clockwork Orange, That the lady Cera, mentioned a few posts back. That was awful, I'm old enough to know. I can beat that though. I think the movie I hate is, Attack Of The Fifty Foot Woman. I kid you not. For me it ties with, The first version of, The Little Shop of Horrors, and The Martian Women.
Sharks in Venice. I can just imagine the pitch for that film.
"It's set in Venice". "Uh Huh". "And there are sharks!" "Right". "A bit like Jaws but the water's green but apart from that it's a bit like Jaws." "Right". "Did I mention the whole film is located in Venice?" "Yessss, this could be interesting, Chuck, how long could we spin out a location shoot in Venice?"
I saw Zombie Strippers at a friend's sleepover. Worst movie ever. Not even a good zombie film. It kind of has a cult following, which I just think is sad. So if you're into the sexualization of female zombies, enjoy.
I took my kids to see The Smurfs and not even they liked it. I could have taken the money I spent on tickets and given it to a goat to eat, and it would have gone to better use.
I don't remember the name, but I saw this movie where Adam Sandler plays a male role and also is in drag, playing the sister of his male character. It was terrible. So glad I saw that one on TV instead of buying tickets.
It sounds quite disturbing, next time you feel the need to see something like this, please forward the money to my goats, they will def. find a good use for it, they have a three times a day carrot habit, Although Adam Sandler in drag does sound amusing.
Stan Helsing. It's supposed to be a comedy based on the horror movie Van helsing, but, it is the worst piece of crap I have ever scene. It was basically a bunch of people dressed up in monster costumes trying to be funny, and it was just stupid. Really really stupid. Waste of my time.
Another one was Freddy Got Fingered. I went and saw this in the theater. After about the first 20 minutes I wanted to go out to the counter and ask for my money back. Stupid movie, with one gross out attempt after another. One where the main character finds a dead deer on the side of the road, next thing you know he has skinned the deer, and is wearing the deer skin, going up and down the road mooing like a cow...he then gets hit at full speed by a semi, and all he does is lay on the ground and laugh about it. Buddy, if you got hit that hard by a semi, you would be dead!! Dare I mention the scene where they JO an Elephant! GOD!!
For total creepiness, my friends talked me into watching a gay slasher flick called "Hellbent." Were some nut in a devil's costume goes around cutting off the heads of gay guys, and walking off with them in a trick-or-treat bag. The acting actually wasn't bad, but the gore was just too much for me. I watched about 30 minutes, and couldn't stomach any more. This movie was made by a gay director, why they felt the need to make a gay horror flick is beyond me. My friends were riveted to the screen the whole time, but I just find any movie about being a sick murderer is not my cup of tea.
Another lame creature feature was Carnivore. It was almost like they got a bunch of porn stars together, and decided to make a really crappy movie. This monster, whatever it is, tears it's victims to shreds. But, the acting is so bad, at points you just want to roll your eyes. Whatever.
Oh, and I absolutely hated Anaconda 1 & 2. Dumb with a capital D!
Cloverfield was probably the most over- hyped, and over-rated movie ever made. It was so annoying to watch, I just couldn't wait for it to be over.
Tommy Lee Jones was perhaps the only good thing about this movie. Otherwise, you've got cliches out the wazoo, unnecessary subplots, anvilicoius social commentary, gratuitous scenes of kids and pets in danger, and scientific anomalies and plot holes so huge you'll be tearing your hair out.
I am thinking of two movies of two genres. One is 'The Grudge'. I am not a fan of horror and gory movies, but this one I couldn't even look at the screen. Just the sound was scary enough. This movie was the worst in terms of experience for me.
The second movie is 'The Wild' and I consider it the worst in terms of not meeting expectations. It was one of the CG movies Disney created without the help of Pixar and the one most forgotten by Disney fans. At the time many people accused it for ripping many ideas from 'Madagascar' which came out the year before. I remember sitting in the movie theater with my parents and feeling very uncomfortable since it seemed so much like a kids show and I was in Junior High. Disney was always good at giving a great movie that both children and adults would fall in love with. However, the story was generic and much of the premise is pretty much long forgotten. I expected so much from a Disney film and although the animation was great I consider it a major set back for Disney.
Super Troopers is pretty bad and being from Vermont and seeing an upstate New York version of it hurt ( a lot, like a dull toothache). For me though, it was Forrest Gump. Not only did I not find Tom Hanks believable but the one chance he gets at actually expressing himself and giving us his secrets to life the microphone is unplugged. I felt cheated, manipulated. Speaking of manipulation, The Village is right down there with Forrest.
I liked Super Troopers and Forrest Gump. Though I didn't like everything about them. Super Troopers was just crazy, at some points really funny, and others lame, but, if I'm a least laughing during a comedy, it's not all bad.
I did find the story of Forrest Gump's life a bit far fetched though. He was portrayed as being a moron, yet he was a star football player, and he did all of these great things. But, I think the movie as a whole, and the other lives of people in it, made it a good film. If it was not for those side stories, it would have been pretty dull.
Lots of movies which make no sense to me whatsoever. They just skip from scene to scene and I don't have a clue about what's going on. Can't stand movies like that. My absolute favorites are Old Hollywood romances, mysteries, and comedies. I could watch a movie like Rear Window a thousand times and delight in it each time and find even something new I hadn't noticed before.
Its like one big brain washing political statement that tries to confuse people into some kind of political submission. The acting is terrible and the camera work cheesy. For anyone with a brain it seemed to be a one hit story line with one aim which it miserably doesn't even meet well.
Never saw "2" but I have to give the first "Anaconda" credit for the scene(s) where the giant snake eats Jon Voight, and then vomits him up whole later in the film. I can honestly say that was something I'd never seen in a movie before.
As for me... if anyone has ever read my B-movie review Hubs 'round here, then you know that I tend to enjoy "bad" movies, so for me to say something "sucks" or is "the worst movie ever" really takes some doin'. However, it has been done!!
Hands down, the worst movie I have ever seen is a zero-budget "Amityville Horror" ripoff from 1983 called "Carnage," which I bought on DVD at a dollar store a couple of years ago. It was directed by a guy named Andy Milligan, who's somewhat infamous in bad-movie circles (he was kinda like New York City's version of Ed Wood Jr.) for his long and notorious grindhouse film career. So I was expecting bad, but not THIS bad. This movie hurt my brain. Seriously, if it were not for the fact that Mr. Milligan was already long dead by the time I saw "Carnage," I would've tracked him down and demanded my dollar back.
Anyways the thing I thought was lame about the first anaconda, was that the people escape from th villain. And, the villain does not have a boat, yet, when they arrive at their final destination he is there waiting for them, and has set a trap for them. I said. PLEASE!! how did he get there. All this thick jungle no vehicle, and yet he manages to get ahead of the boat. It was just stupid.
Batman and Robin with George Clooney. An absolute embarrassing performance on all parts. It almost destroyed the Batman and Robin franchise. George Clooney is not Batman in any sense. Thankfully Christopher Nolan came along and made Batman into what it is, drama, not some silly super hero in a Batman costume.
I honestly cannot remember what it was called, but it starred 'David Soul' and was about the world being taken over by poisonous spiders. In the final scene the last surviving humans were trapped in a house and had barricaded themselves in to prevent the spiders finding ways in to the building. The camera shot changed to the outside of the house and as it drew back it became apparent that the entire town (and therefore no doubt the rest of the world) was covered in a massive amount of spider's webs going on indefinitely, in other words there was no way out. Then the credits started to roll and I was left feeling really irritated I had wasted about 90 min watching such an awful film.
lol, well it defintely didn't 'do it' for me, and I am someone who usually loves those kinds of films going right back to 'Empire of the Ants', 'The Giant Spider Invasion', 'Arachnophobia' etc. That ending just seemed really half-hearted somehow, like a big build up leading to a damp squib and no closure.
Well I have a couple that fall into the worst category but I'm not sure which one is worse than the other. I will just name them in order Blare Witch, Piranha, Me, myself ad Irene, Titanic, Dumb and Dumber, The Caveman, and Naked Gun any of them.
Sorry Man Of Mystery, I just misunderstand your question, Lol. TED is one of worst movies, which i have ever seen. The story was soo simple and boring, no turning poing, they tried to put feeling but they failed.
Battle Field Earth Garbage Pail Kids (HORRIBLE MOVIE and I love stupid humor!! I can't believe I wasted 20 years being depressed that I missed this in theaters!) Sucker Punch Girl With The Dragon Tattoo The Crow: Wicked Prayer The Crow: City of Angels Anything written and directed by Uwe Boll
A friend of mine and I went to see Punch Drunk Love in the theater when it first came out. We were both very excited because we love Adam Sandler. But as the movie reached the middle to end parts, we could no longer stand it. We both really wanted to leave, but didn't, considering we paid so much to see the film. I think it might have been so bad, because I have blocked out the ending. I don't remember exactly what it was about, and I don't really care to find out!
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