"Carnage" - a 1984 no-budget "Amityville Horror" or "Poltergeist" haunted house knockoff. It was completely, utterly inept in every way.
Prior to that, "Sleepaway Camp" had held my "Worst Movie I've Ever Seen" title for more than twenty years but when "Carnage" ended I said "WE HAVE A NEW CHAMPION!"
Check out the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1JKDgrcbLY
I'm not nearly as qualified to answer here as is Keith. I usually won't watch a movie until I've seen the trailer online, and also heard some favorable reports from friends who've already seen it.
But sometimes you wind up in a situation where you're hanging out with some other folks, and they have a film rented or something and they plan to watch it.
So I watched 'You Don't Mess With The Zohan,' or tried to watch it, with my brother and his wife.
I thought it was absolutely terrible. It wasn't funny, and Adam Sandler's whole shtick was already worn thin with me.
http://www.sonypictures.com/movies/youd … hthezohan/
Bone Tomahawk with Kurt Russell. I watched it because I have always been a big fan of Kurt Russell, but this movie turned my stomach inside out. Worst movie EVER!
Although the Sharknado movies are all in 2nd place!
The absolute more vile movie ever made was "Tusk," starring Justin Long and directed by Kevin Smith. It is the ONLY movie that I ever walked out on in the theatre, and seriously wished I had a time machine so I could go back and stop myself from seeing it. The plot was stupid, gory, and deeply disturbing. Notice how we haven't seen Justin Long in anything for a long time? Coincidence? I think not.
Battlefield Earth, without a doubt. It was torture watching this pile of crap. This movie was poorly written, directed, and acted. If this was created to recruit people into Scientology, it didn't work.
Okay, I better stop there. I don't need members of that church following me around.
Other bad ones: showgirl - I never laughed so hard at a sex scene.
The X from outer space - so bad that they couldn't afford a real title.
House of the Dead - since when did Spring Break Florida look like Vancouver Island (also Ule Boll directs)
The movie "Red Dawn" - for the simple reason that the plot is very unrealistic.
It's about North Korean troops invading US city of Spokane - and how a War veteran (played unfortunately by one of my fave actors Chris Hemsworth) and a group of teens form a band of freedom fighters (and calling themselves a super cheesy name - Wolverines) and try to fight the North Korean troops. I don't understand how regular teens can be trained in the woods and become soldiers overnight.
And if I remember correctly, Chris's character also died, just simply shot in the head mid movie.
Have you ever seen the 1984 original with Patrick Swayze? The bad guys were the Russians in that one. It wasn't any more realistic than the remake.
It was a terrible remake. There were a lot of off-camera problems. The original enemy was China, but somebody realized that this may create a dicey situation with them. So, they changed it to North Korea...during filming. It was a sloppy production.
No I didn't see the 1984 original - I wouldn't have high expectations either!
The original worked in a sense that it reflect the cold-war paranoia of the time. The remake felt like they were trying to put together a action film without any real rhyme or reason. It was just...there as a vehicle for tom cruise's adopted son.
Sharknado, but all three were so bad they were good, another one is Troll 2. Those I can still watch. But for the ones I couldn't sit through were Santa Clause and Santa Claus Conquers the Martians-even watching as MST3K
The director of Troll 2 truly believes he created a work of art that public is just starting to understand (he doesn't understand that fans love it for being campy), Santa Claus Conquers the Martians? The theme song is still stuck in my head.
"From Dusk Till Dawn." I was watching this movie, and it seemed like an exciting story about a family kidnapped during a bank robbery. Then, it changed. While they were hiding out in a topless bar, suddenly the people there began morphing into vampires; that is what the rest of the movie consisted of. It's like they got tired of writing the script.
by Wayne Tully 9 months ago
What are the worst movies you have ever seen?Everyone has a movie or two in mind that simply drips with cack!
by kpfingaz 2 years ago
Well there's got to be over 100 threads in this forum about Favorite movie. So anyway I know Hollywood has played some pranks on us (read: threw shitty movies at us) and tried to make us watch them. I've seen some. You know they're really horrible when:>> You fall asleep multiple times trying...
by dipsmi 5 years ago
Which is the worst movie you have ever seen and still had to praise it when a loved one saidWhich is the worst movie you have ever seen and still had to praise it when a loved one said he/she really liked it !?
by manofmystery24 4 years ago
What movie couldn't you stand?
by gsurvivor 5 years ago
Worst movie you've ever seen?What's the biggest film flop you've had the displeasure of watching?
by Will English. 3 years ago
What's the worst movie you've ever seen?Just curious, but what's the worst movie you've ever seen? For me off the top of my head, its Battlefield Earth, E.T., The Room, and Network.
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