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The Worst Movies on Netflix Instant: Best of the Worst

Updated on September 27, 2015

This is a list of the worst movies to watch on Netflix instant. You know, the films that are tacky and cheesy, yet that is what makes them so perfect to watch? So set up your Netflix queue, grab a bowl of popcorn, and get ready for some of the worst movies ever made.

The Baby: One of the Worst Movies on Netflix Instant
The Baby: One of the Worst Movies on Netflix Instant

The Baby

1973 PG 85 minutes

Okay, the guy in this movie has the best scam going. A grown man of about 21 years of age is coddled, bathed, and diapered by his sisters and mother.

He was purposely raised to basically never grow up. He cries, coos, and pouts like a baby.

A social worker starts snooping around and it turns out she has her own reasons for being interested in "the baby."

This film also has all the cheesy bad acting you could ever want from a 70s B-movie. You won't regret watching this. Oh wait, yes you will.

I also don't know how this managed to get a PG rating. Should be an R if you ask me.

Food of the Gods: Perhaps the worst movie of all time
Food of the Gods: Perhaps the worst movie of all time | Source

The Food of the Gods

1976 PG 88 minutes

A bunch of people go to an island and slowly realize that all of the animals on it are strangely of hideously gigantic proportions.

This is the kind of movie where the special effects consist of someone being attacked by a giant puppet, yet you know that the actor playing the victim is pulling on the puppet and attacking himself with it.

The best part of this movie is when a non-animated giant chicken pecks at a guy endlessly. I was strangely in the mood for some KFC after that scene. Somehow this movie was modeled after the H.G. Wells book of the same name.

The Stuff
The Stuff | Source

The Stuff

1985 R 86 minutes

A town becomes obsessed with an ooze that flows out of the ground.

So obviously, they decide to market the stuff and sell it as a frozen dairy treat.

The film loses all credibility when in the very opening scene a police officer tastes the unknown stuff flowing out of the ground. Because that's what we would all do with a strange, foreign substance no less.

It gets special when a kid basically has to run away from home because his parents want to force feed him the stuff.

This 80s gem stars Danny Aiello and SNL alum Garrett Morris.

Hoarders | Source


2009-2010 TV-PG 3 Seasons (Series)

Extremely gnarley homes are profiled. At first, you find it funny that the houses are so messy, but then you question your own sanity for sitting down and watching the series for hours on end with chocolate stains on your face.

You will have one of two reactions after watching this series: you'll either scrub your home spotlessly clean, or leave it get a bit messier because "it'll never be as bad as one of those hoarder's houses."

Roller Boogie
Roller Boogie | Source

Roller Boogie

1979 PG 104 minutes

Uptown girl Terry (played by Linda Blair!) is not happy with her wealthy Beverly Hills life, so she heads to the rink to hang out with people with roller skates, tall socks, and groovy attitudes.

It was probably a normal teen movie in the late 70s, but it's painful to watch with all the dudes wearing tiny shorts like Richard Simmons. Good luck with this one.


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  • Pop Culture World profile imageAUTHOR

    Pop Culture World 

    6 years ago from United States

    Ayo, I love The Stuff too.

  • Ayo-Italiano profile image


    6 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

    I enjoyed The Stuff from when I was a kid, an entertaining B-movie that never seems to be dull

  • Trish89 profile image


    6 years ago

    I like Netflix for their tv shows, but their selection of movies are awful!

  • lucybell21 profile image

    Bonny OBrien 

    6 years ago from Troy, N.Y.

    Ha ha I won't be watching any of these movies!

  • Pop Culture World profile imageAUTHOR

    Pop Culture World 

    6 years ago from United States

    Heavenleigh, I like the clever way you spell your name. Thank you for the congrats. I have a nugget of pride now. LOL.

  • Pop Culture World profile imageAUTHOR

    Pop Culture World 

    6 years ago from United States

    Jponatio, you are so right. You can watch them in disgust and still keep watching. Thanks for commenting.

  • heavenleigh707 profile image

    Heaven L Burkes 

    6 years ago from The Invincible Heart of Neverland

    Great movies to avoid or watch when I'm very drunk. LOL Congratulations on your HubNugget Award!

  • jponiato profile image


    6 years ago from Mid-Michigan

    I'm almost ashamed to admit that I've seen at least 2 of these, 'The Stuff' and 'Food of the Gods.' You're right, so bad they're actually entertaining.


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