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PostSubject: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Sat Jan 13, 2018 5:35 pm

This list appeared on my MSN front page, so I thought of a new thread idea. I'll go through the list and give my brief ramblings on each listing. I already I see a picture of Kelly Brook dunked in with the CGI monster-piranhas and I already have my doubts...

LINK: http://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/gallery/50-worst-horror-films-of-all-time/ss-BBHSTlH?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=UE01DHP

50. Skinwalkers (2006) - Oddly enough, I actually have this movie in my home from Netflix DVD. I've been sitting it on for like a week, which isn't good for my plan, but I've been watching stuff that I've put off for longer. It's PG-13 horror, but it also has Jason Behr who I think plays a bad boy...? Hmmm... stay tuned.

49. Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004) - Okay, I have to say: I absolutely LOVE this one and it's perhaps one of my top guilty pleasures EVER. I might even love it more than the J-Lo original. Yep, I said it. I caught it on ScyFy a few years back. Something tells me that the list creators haven't seen the David Hasselhoff sequel, but then again, neither did I (for good reason thanks to YouTube) so maybe I can forgive them for their lack of perspective.

48. Scar (2007) - Okay, I was on an Angela Bettis kick for a while because I love her. This movie wasn't really good... I'm positive I gave it a pretty low rating, but the biggest factor behind it being not good is the fact that it's so damn forgettale.

47. Vampire in Brooklyn (1995) - A mid-90s, pre-Scream Wes Craven flick that I haven't seen? It even stars Eddie Murphy. Sign me up!

46. Night of the Lepus (1972) - LOL, this has been on my watch list FOREVER, right up there next to Leprecaun which I'm positive will be showing up later on the list. I love how they disguised the source of terror, naming their movie with "Lepus" instead of "Rabbits" because Night of the Rabbits would've been even cornier and Lepus at least sounds somewhat foreboding. Nice try!

45. The Offering (2016) - I almost wanna say that I watched this one before. *checks IMDB* Yep, I did. With the generic-as-fuck title, it's hard to imagine anyone remembering much. I do think I remember that it starts out well enough, almost like a Grudge 2 plot with our plain heroine traveling across the world to a different country to find out why her loved one died or something? Or am I thinking of another movie? Details are so fuzzy, but the movie looked nice but fell completely apart.

44. The Darkness (2016) - There was a lot of hate for this Kevin Bacon/Radha Mitchell flick a couple years back, and I don't know... I never really got on that train, though I didn't go around recommending it either. I don't think it was bad... there's just a lot of clichés and similar movies like it so it's easy to forget. Its mistake is probably having big-names attached and daring to show its face in theaters.

43. I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998) - It's no secret that I love this sequel to the 1997 original (as do many of us here), which is also great. But it does have a lot of hate... if we hadn't have gotten this film which brings back the two survivors of the previous film and continues their story, then we would've gotten an all-new cast sequel instead which would've been worse. And, lo and behold, we did get that kind of sequel down the line, with the supernatural twist... I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer! That title was pretty appropriate, except the fact that it was a new cast so was there even a last summer to them? I can't remember. I'm positive that these people didn't catch that movie before putting the 1998 movie on their list, though.

42. Valentine (2001) - *groan* The creators of this list are killing me, and they clearly don't *get* what is so good about the post-Scream slashers. Beautiful slasher cast, a masked killer, great chase scenes, some yarns of suspense, and those inventive deaths. The ending is so dark and gloomy even by 90s standards, but you won't ever see it being given credit for that. By the numbers? Sure, but I can't imagine what anybody was expecting getting when they went to theaters to see this?

41. House (2008) - I haven't heard of this one. I know there's a cult 80s flick called House (with sequel humorously titled "The Second Story") that I have yet to track down... is this a remake of that?

40. Smiley (2012) - Oh, my, fucking, god... finally one that I absolutely loathed. My niece told me about this one, but she was like 13 at the time so maybe this movie was scary to her. I only ever watched it because it was free for the view on Amazon Prime but I didn't enjoy it whatsoever. I found the characters infuriating, so infuratingly so that I didn't even care about the last-minute twist that was the awful cherry on top of pile of dung.

39. Shark Night 3D (2011) - I found this a fair bit of stupid fun, of the forgettable variety anyway. No where near as entertaining fun as Piranha 3D. I'm thinking more like Bait 3D fun... the kind of shark flick you'd watch on ScyFy when it was on but forget most about a day or so later. Case in point? I just saw Chris Carmack the other night when I *finally* watched The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations and it took me half the movie trying to figure out where I've seen him before. Shorter hair aside, it was *this* movie that he was in.

38. Piranha Part Two: The Spawning (1981) - I'm not sure how anybody who has ever seen the tongue-in-cheek original expected something better. Clearly those checking this one out would be the type who loved those obscure early 80s beach titles, like Blood Beach. I will say that it's not as humorous as is predecessor, though.

37. Piranha 3DD (2012) - No, this isn't Piranha 3D. This is the one with the two D's... the one with the movie poster with the girl with the big boobs. Fuck the piranhas really, BOOBS are the true stars here and the movie was pretty clear about that from the getgo. This does kind of have the same fun factor that the 2010 film had, but something is seriously wrong with a movie if David Hasselhoff (playing himself) is a highlight.


Oh, poor Sidney. You think this is all about you? You think you're still the star?


THIS ISN'T A FUCKING MOVIE!


The *true* stars.  bounce

36. Howling II: Your Sister is A Werewolf (1985) - I have yet to see a Howling film, though I've sat on the original for far too long. The problem isn't so much that the interest isn't there... it's the fact that I don't want to pay an arm and a leg for them. I'm holding out hope for a complete collection release somewhere down the line. Afterall, Leprecaun got one...

35. Chain Letter (2009) - Yeah, I can kind of get behind the disdain for this one. I'm just having a hard time conjuring up a reason why I didn't care much for it, but I will say that it's a very bad sign if my DVD skips and I am relieved because it gets me 5 minutes closer to the end. pale

34. Empire of the Ants (1977) - Giant ants? Joan Collins? There has to be at least a couple moments of hilarity wound up in this spectacle....

33. Amityville 3-D (1983) - I don't think I'll ever see it. I've only ever seen the original, but I'm noticing a trend of hate for 3-D movies. I bet they all looked glorious in theaters.

32. Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour (2007) - What is this, a movie or TV show? Bonus points for title creativity, at least. (Calling you out, The Offering...)

31. Species II (1998) - No, we're not going to chastise the entire franchise. Just Species II by itself. Really though, how the hell is this one any different from the others? They were all a-okay by me. I think most of the cast was even back for this one.

30. Prom Night (2008) - I've spoken my gripes of this one before, though it might've gone down with the rest of IMDb. I love Brittany Snow so I hate bashing on her flick because she's so clearly the star (and a cute one at that), but this one took an already abysmal (sorry Shred <3) 80s slasher and sucked any remaining fun out of it and crapped out this boring, derivative stalker flick. At least Brittany has Pitch Perfect to hang her hat on!

29. The Wicker Man (2006) - Nicolas Cage was such a go-to leading man in the 90s, but his career took such a nosedive around this time. I've never seen this movie and I already know that this is the one where he demonstrates some of the worst acting ever known to horror cinema. Which is saying something.

28. Boogeyman (2005) - Sista Garrett and I were just talking about this movie the other night! He loved this one a lot more than I did. I preferred Boogeyman 2, which was much more slasher-like when compared to the more supernatural original. But to each his own. Neither of us had a whole lot to say about the third one, though I would personally put it neck-and-neck with this one. This 2005 movie is by no means terrible though... just a lost 2000's soul mixed in a sea of torture movies. I should try to love it more, though. <3

27. Cabin Fever (2016) - I know for a fact that I talked about this movie on this forum (see the Originals vs. Remakes thread if you are interested), so no real need to retread. Placing it higher than 2008's Prom Night though? At this one kept to the story that made the original so popular! However unnecessary that was. Get with it, list makers. You're not impressing me in the least bit...

26. The Disappointments Room (2016) - So many recent titles on this list. Must have short-term memory or something. Still, this is an easy-to-hate title. So easy to hate that I don't. At all. Thank Mel Raido. Razz

25. Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977) - One Exorcist movie was well enough for me, though I suspect that being scared would be the least of my worries when it comes to this sequel? Mark likes it though, so it can't be that bad, can it?

24. Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000) - Oh, look, another slasher filmed in the 90s is getting hate. Okay, maybe was 2000 but still, close enough. This one had so many stars... Jennifer Morrison, Joseph Lawrence, Anson Mount, Eva Mendes... and let's not forget that Loretta Devine connects it to its original. Can't get behind the hate... that cinéma vérité death still gives me goosebumps. And those rats coming out of the corpse and Jacinda Barrett's death? uffda. List creators, watch a few of those Full Moon slashers like Bleed or Scarred (you know, something a bit outside the mainstream) and get back to me before slamming all the post-Scream slashers in your "worst of" list. Thanks.

23. Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000) - I hated this movie, save for that goth chick giving that store clerk sass when she was buying beer. I did love that part.

22. Soul Survivors (2001) - Still haven't caught this one, but given the hate the post-Scream movies are getting, the list makers including it on this list almost makes it look appealing now...

21. One Missed Call (2008) - This one did leave me feeling a bit cold. Boring, forgettable... need to see the original yet too but I've been knocking Asian horror titles off my list left and right.

20. Leprechaun 2 (1994) - Well, here is our first Leprecaun film. But it isn't the "In the Hood" one, though? That one must surely make this list later on, no? I'm also waiting for Troll 2 to crash this party. Oh sorry... no, I haven't seen this.... yet. XD

19. A Sound of Thunder (2005) - For a (relatively) recent release, I know literally nothing about this though it almost looks like more of a fantasy with horror elements? I could be so wrong... just going based on the one picture they're showing.

18. Ghoulies (1984) - LOL For stools that look like they've been sitting in toxic waste forever, they look almost cute. They are poop right; the cover had them coming out of the toilet but some movie covers lie. Another cheesefest I haven't seen yet.

17. Bats (1999) - Never heard of it, but my god do I ever hate bats.

16. Creature (2011) - This was indeed an awful movie, but I will give it credit for giving the brother a chance to be the hero for once. He was pretty badass too. Too bad the final girl was fairly useless and annoying.

15. Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994) - I saw this on HBO way back in the day (you know, when I was probably looking for some softcore porn because I was a horny teen and I don't even care if that's TMI) and I came across this instead. I didn't even know that it was a 'Texas Chainsaw' movie. I don't really hate it much now though... there's some pretty amusing parts.

14. The Devil Inside (2012) - Evil nuns can make for nightmares. This one somehow evaded my radar... until now. Mwahaha

13. The Haunting of Molly Hartley (2008) - Oh hell no, definitely not in the bottom group of horror movies! I never really got the hate. Haley Bennett always makes for a pretty good heroine who knows how to take care of herself and I can't say I really saw the ending (which was pretty downbeat IIRC) coming so I sort of liked it overall.

12. The Apparition (2012) - lol, yes, it's easy to scorn at the title, but looking at the success The Witch had, who knows. I do like Ashley Greene though, so maybe just maybe.

11. Jaws 3-D (1983) - I actually think this was my least favorite of the four films, which isn't at all the popular opinion, but the fourth movie at least had a vocal shark and frankly, I liked how a ordinary movie wife/mom Ellen Brody channeled the ever-fierce Ellen Ripley (as well as getting her groove back, like Stella - not my joke <3) as she did battle with the shark in the even-more-hated Jaws: The Revenge, which may or may not be coming up yet on this list. I don't remember this one having as amusing of a character arc... it's actually kind of blah.


COME AND GET ME, YOU SON OF A BITCH


*CHOMP*

10. The Fog (2005) - Aw, the remake. The problem with this one is that they centered the story around the Jaime Lee Curtis character from the original instead of the Adrienne Barbeau one, who was far more interesting. What a waste of Selma Blair!

9. Feardotcom (2002) - I remember Garrett hated this one, but I pressed on with some hope that it would at least be entertaining. But I was bored. To sleep. Literally. The end.

8. BloodRayne (2005) - I'm actually kind of surprised that a Uwe Boll title hasn't shown up yet on the list, though there's still seven entries to go so there's still time. This one almost seems a little more obscure than something more notoriously hated, like Alone in the Dark. I haven't seen it, though I probably would've by now if I had known about it.

7. Jaws: The Revenge (1987) - There it is! I already sort of talked about why I liked this one (despite its oh-so-many flaws), so let's move forward...

6. The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence) - It took me forever to watch the first one (thanks for the push, Neil <3), but I haven't felt much desire in continuing forward with the franchise. I don't think the second one has a lot of fans either.

5. Jersey Shore Massacre (2014) - This seems like a rather odd choice for such a high placement on a "worst" list. I may have heard of it before, but it just always sounded like just another trashy slasher that I'd watch when I was bored.

4. Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010) - It's getting to the point where I'm really sort of chuckling at these random movies that I've never seen getting mentioned so high up on this list.

3. Alone in the Dark (2005) - Yup - knew it! I actualy think it starts out well enough, but it just becomes so confusing that you realize by the end credits that you just watched a trainwreck where there are no answers to any logical question a viewer may have about the plot. Meh... I just remembered now that I never did ever catch the sequel.

2. House of the Dead (2003) - Three Uwe Boll titles in the top ten. What a feat. They were saving him for the right time. I've avoided this one for the most part... it was free to watch on Amazon Prime a few months ago, too. Now I kinda wish for the sake of this list that I just sucked it up and watched it because I hate that there's been so many movies on this list I haven't seen.

My guess for #1? Troll 2.... it just has to be. I can't think of any other movie that I've heard so many bad things about and is just so notoriously bad. Am I right, am I right????

1. Manos: The Hands of Fate (1966) - W... T.... F?  Laughing Honestly though, are we sure that the list makers just don't have a distaste for older horror movies to dig this turd up from god to knows where to make it the top pick? It's not like a whole lot of others (aside from stuff like the 80s Jaws movies) really made the cut. Still, props for surprising me though I was holding out hope that it was something I could've talked about. Oh well, time to check to see if it's public domain and free to watch on Amazon Prime. Or YouTube. Maybe it really is that bad, but I have a feeling I would've heard about it if it was a true contender for WORST ever.

Final thoughts? They clearly think any horror movie with killer animals are terrible, and they must think Scream is the best thing since sliced bread and anything that came after sucked. While I give them minor credit for shocking me with their top entry, a lot of their choices were pretty predictable. I would've loved to see some hate for some critical darlings mixed in for fun, but no such luck. Curiously, Piranha 3D never did make the list... things that make me go hmm.

Stay tuned in a few days when I go through their list of the best movies ever. I suspect I've seen a bit more of those ones and will have more to say about each entry, as a lot of the ones mentioned here were fairly forgettable.


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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Sat Jan 13, 2018 6:04 pm

I love Anaconda 2 Laughing some proper laugh out loud moments, including this at 1:37 LaughingLaughing they're all screaming and shitting themselves at the end and I'm pissing my pants haha



I also love Next Generation Texas Chainsaw.
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Sat Jan 13, 2018 7:06 pm

Think I've only seen 2 movies on this list (feardotcom and Blair Witch 2). I vaguely remember feardotcom playing on HBO (or Cinemax?) a lot around 2004-2005 or maybe a bit later. I don't think I particularly cared for it much, I just watched it cuz I thought Stephen Dorff was hot Laughing



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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Sat Jan 13, 2018 11:22 pm

Dan, did you just cut Prom Night?? \(`0´)/Whatever dude. When you come in our room later to say you're sorry, just know ahead of time to save it. I'm not gonna be your buddy tonight. Maybe tomorrow <3.

Laughing  Laughing Empire of the Ants. It's not that bad. I remember I watched it one night back to back with Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo with a friend who didn't want to watch the Tarantula one cause she's scared of spiders. It was as scary as an episode of Murder, She Wrote haha.

House (2008) isn't a remake of the 1986 movie, but one with a killer called the tin man if I remember correctly. It's forgettable, but not horrible. Same with Skinwalkers, Shark Night, Scar, Chain Letter, The Apparition, Jersey Shore Massacre etc. Shit like June's Cabin, Smiley (glad that shit is on here), Beyond the Wall of Sleep, Skyggen, Hellbreeder actually fucks you up.

Boogeyman 2 <3 <3. I luv my Garrett (tell him I miss him), but Boogeyman 2 > Boogeyman 3 >>>>> Boogeyman. I secretly want another, but too much time has probably passed t.ears. Oh well we'll always have Boogeyman 2 with Matt Cohen.

Manos: The Hands of Fate is often considered one of the worst films of all time, but I don't hate it Laughing ? My standards are pretty low when I watch horror movies, so I prepared myself when I watched it on YouTube. It's sorta coot how bad it is <3. John Reynolds who plays who plays Torgo is something else, but he killed himself after the movie (rip) so we lost an angel too soon. He and Simon Scuddamore could've been awesome scream kings.
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:26 am

I feel so attacked right now. But, I will try to start the best list this afternoon. <3
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:34 am

Ohhh, btw, I did some investigating and realized that I *did* see The Devil Inside. That was the found-footage/documentary flick where it abruptly ends after like an hour and 15 minutes. It was also the movie that somehow managed to make like over $100 Million in the box office with only a million dollar budget, so while it wasn't ever destined to be one of the best or most memorable genre entries ever, I'm sure that's a big reason why it got so much hate aside from the obvious reasons pertaining to the movie itself. The Blair Witch Project was the same way, though that one at least had a bit of closure to it and was a bit more original for its time. I don't love a lot of possession movies really, but this was one of the better of the bunch which is why I rated so high.
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Mon Jan 15, 2018 5:51 pm

That was the found-footage/documentary flick where it abruptly ends after like an hour and 15 minutes. wrote:
IT WAS BULLSHIT.
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:36 pm

I frowned upon it until I read their reasoning for it, which made perfect sense. I always did sort of feel that found footages up to that point seemed to wrap up at just the right time when really it would probably be more realistic for them to cease filming long before. For instance, I imagine it would be just as realistic if Heather ceased filming the moment they were lost in The Blair Witch Project or that kid dropped the camera when the monster hit the city in Cloverfield. It would've affected both movies for the worse, but there always seemed to come a point in most found-footage movies where I would ask "Why are they still filming this?"

That's why I sort of give credit to the later trend of movies like The Pyramid (2014) which start out as found footage and slowly it is phased out to prevent the problem of frenzy filming, which is easy to criticize given that there's a lot of camera jerking. I remember Evidence (2012) was the worst  offender of this; at least REC (2007) justified filming given that the camera provided a light source in a powerless building. The Chernobyl Diaries (2012) was cleverly shot like a found footage film, but it wasn't.
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Thu Jan 18, 2018 3:15 pm

I tried to watch Cloverfield the other night on tv but turned it off after a while. Hate shaky cam lol.
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Mon Jan 22, 2018 8:04 am

I wasn't the biggest fan of Cloverfield either, Neil. In fact, I just checked and I gave it a 4/10 which is a bit surprising now that I think about it. I would've guessed that it would have received at least a 5 (special effects were pretty good), but I think the shaky cam was my big issue with it as well as my dislike for the main characters. The lead character was the most unlikable of them all, and I cannot for the life of me remember why I hated him so much.
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Thu Feb 01, 2018 1:21 am

Your Sista is a Werewolf <3

I was COMPLETELY baked when I first saw that movie so that's probably why I enjoyed it. I haven't seen it since though. I giggled so much at the boobies during the credits and that catchy should've-been-a-top-10-hit The Crow-esque rock song that kept playing throughout the movie for some reason. And lol @ Lord Saruman being in it.
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Thu Feb 01, 2018 1:25 am

Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation slowly grows on me over the years. It's so fucking sadistic and awkwardly funny. It was def a 1/10 when I first saw it but now it's riding on a 4 or so lmao.

"We need to stay here and start a fire" Laughing

She seriously asks to start a fire in the woods while the guy is back at the car bleeding to death. Heather <3 so much.
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Thu Feb 01, 2018 7:45 am

Heather was the true star. That part where the evil girlfriend starts whacking her with a stick <333
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Thu Feb 01, 2018 10:11 am

Lol I need to rewatch that. Vague memories of it. Matthew McConaughey acting like a loon. What was his name, Vilmer? Haha and Leatherface in drag Laughing and the girl was Renee Zellweger. Lol never thought about what a funny name that is Laughing I apparently gave it a 7 at some point, though it gets a miserable 3.2 on IMDb.
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PostSubject: Re: List Commentary: Worst Horror Movies of All Time   Fri Feb 02, 2018 8:24 am

Matthew McConaughey was so crazy. Biting off noses and crushing skulls... yet, in the midst of the movie, his girlfriend even brought home pizza from work? lol So weird. It's something else, that's for sure. Which makes it easy to remember over 2 and 3, which are better movies but aren't as memorable.
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