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Best Horror Movies!! Worst Horror Movies Series!!

Updated on June 2, 2010

Which Horror movie do you think is the Best of the Worst???

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Jack Frost

 A mass murderer named Jack Frost escapes while being transported to his execution when the vehicle he's in crashes into a military tanker filled with an experimental liquid. Frost is covered in the liquid which changes his atomic structure into a killer snowman- hell has just frozen over...

I laugh that I even saw it, and I laughed at how bad it was. Unbelievably bad movie that surely has made money on Blockbuster's shelves, enough so that they made a sequel. I will admit hough that the shower scene wich shows off some of Shannon Elizabeths incredible acting skills (haha) was one of the funniest things ever, watch the scene and just notice how his carrot nose is missng.......

Leprechaun

 A demonic leprechaun wreaks havoc on a small North Dakota town after one of its inhabitants has the misfortune of capturing him.

This is like something out of a bad comedy movie! Seriously folks! How the hell did this receive five sequels! Yes that's right I said 5 sequels!!!  The good thing in this movie however was Jennifer Aniston! She is just as cute and quirky as she is in Friends

Thankskilling

Way back when, a Native American had cursed a turkey and unleashed it on the pilgrims.  Reanimated by an unfortunately aimed stream of dog wee-wee, the homicidal turkey resumes his rampage after spending a few centuries in the ground. 

ThanksKilling promises nothing but a cheesy good time.  It’s the perfect cult film to watch with drinks during Thanksgiving!  Laugh at it because it’s funny.  Laugh at it because it’s bad.  It’s meant to be taken with a grain of salt

Gingerdead Man

Evil yet adorable Gingerbread man comes to life with the souls of the convicted killer - this real life cookie monster wreaks havoc on the girl who sent the killers to the electric chair.

Just like "Chuckie"!! Could it be the voice or the facial expression, or maybe the knife and the quick disappearing and reappearing? The size?? The movements? or maybe that the plot is so similar, either way its CHUCKIE !! There are some comedic moments though such as
Gary Busey (who voices the Gingerbread man)  actually saying the line "Ever try a lady finger?" and then proceeds to cut an old lady's finger off!

Eight Legged Freaks

 What do you get when you cross toxic waste with a bunch of exotic spiders?.. Eaten!.. The residents of a rural mining town discover that an unfortunate chemical spill has caused hundreds of little spiders to mutate overnight to the size of SUVs. And their hungry! When the alarm is sounded, it's then up to mining engineer Chris McCormack and Sheriff Sam Parker to mobilize an eclectic group of townspeople into battle against the bloodthirsty eight-legged beasts.

With the CGI in this movie being about as good as Veggie Tales, there's not much going for this movie.There aren't many funny jokes in here and it sort of feels like a bad zombie movie. I do like the little boy with the glasses, he is cute.The plot is very unoriginal...contaminated water pollutes local spiders into getting very huge and destroying the town. ...meh.

Any Sci-Fi Channel Movie

 So the Sci-Fi channel is pretty well known for their cheesy horror movies about large prehistoric animals and insects. Each movie has horrible acting which ends up being just as bad as the incredibly fake CGI effects.

 I am not actually sure what the channel is thinking when they release these movies, they cant possibly be proud of the work they are putting out!! Although at least their movies are giving som falling stars a chance at lead roles again such as Greg Brady! Debbie Gibson! Lorenzo Lamas! Just to name a few......

Zombie Strippers

 In the not too distant future, a secret government chemo-virus gets released into conservative Sartre, Nebraska and lands in an underground strip club. As the virus begins to spread, turning the strippers into 'Super Zombie Strippers', the girls struggle with whether or not to conform to the new 'fad' even if it means there is no turning back.

The overacting on the part of so many made everything annoying. This movie is what would happen if I had $25k and a video camera and needed to make a movie in less than 36 hours. However, I did appreciate the ping pong ball scene. At least it fit the campy feel the movie had going. haha

Troll

A nasty old troll named Torok transforms the denizens of a San Francisco apartment house into mystical creatures.

Troll is a very unique movie. it is one of those movies where you would want to by it that way any time a friend comes over you can watch it for a laugh. Although is is not meant to be funny, it is. However if you love to watch monster movies that are supposed to be scary, but aren't. Then you will love this movie.

Dreamcatcher

Jonesy, Henry, Pete and Beaver. Twenty years ago they were just kids in a small town in Maine--kids who found the courage to respond heroically to childhood cruelty. In saving a strange boy named Duddits, they unexpectedly gained a fifth friend at the center of their circle. Even more unexpected were the uncanny powers he conveyed to them, bonding them all beyond ordinary friendship.But when they reunite for their annual visit to a hunting cabin in the north woods, they are overtaken by a gathering doom. First comes a stranger, a lost hunter unaware of the terrible contagion he bears. On his heels is a blizzard, a vicious storm in which something much more ominous moves--a deadly alien force that will consume some of the foursome and force those who make it to the end of the road to once again summon their forgotten strength--and confront an unparalleled horror.


I really wanted to like this movie because I really liked Stephen King's novel. But alas, it is a horrible misfire. A mistake of grand preportions that I probably took a little too personally because I did enjoy the book so much. The cast is fine the problem lies in the screenplay adaptation. It lacks all of the wit, charm, emotion and fright of the novel. Some books cannot be adapted to fit the big screen and this may be one of them. To try and cram all of King's ideas which include mental imagery, the supernatural and telekinetic powers, childhood experiences into a two hour and fifteen minute film is preposterous. They shouldn't even have tried

Ghoulies

 A young man discovers he has the ability to conjure up satanic spirits, but when the spirits start to create havok on humans things get dangerous!

Ghoulies kinda threw me for a loop. For years, I had seen the old movie moldering away in the backlist at the video store, with the li'l creature popping out of the toilet, and I thought, Gremlins rip-off, figured I'd know the whole plot from scene one, and never bothered. But I finally caught it, and found nothing like I expected. Not that that turned out to be a terribly good thing, but at least it gave me a moment of hope.

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      Keith Abt 7 years ago from The Garden State

      "DreamCatcher" was pretty much un-filmable. The book was great but there had to be at least 200 pages of back story involving the characters' past friendship with "Duddits" (the retarded kid) that obviously didn't make it into the film because it would've been six hours long. So unless you've read the book, the movie makes very little sense at all.

      And I hate to admit it, but I enjoy many of the SyFy Channel's giant-creature movies, they're terrible but they're like potato chips... you can't watch just one!

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      surlyoldcat 7 years ago

      Most of those movies are worth having on DVD just for their schlock goofiness. Many of those are ones that are made either the cast and crew knew is wasn't serious and did it for the spoof or because (in Gary Busey's case) someone needed money.

      The SyFy ones...well those just suck. Being overly formulaic, it's as if the same people made the same movie over and over and over....to the point you want to throw up. Nice piece.

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      Glimmer515 7 years ago from Never Never Land

      I will def have to take a look at it and add it to the list! thanks!

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      Onusonus 7 years ago from washington

      "I spit on your grave" worst horror movie ever.

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      tdanielle55 7 years ago

      Never seen troll and now im glad i havn't , haha

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