With so many movies being made each year, by so many different people, it gets tricky to come up with an idea that is both original and successful. Some movies do really well, showing viewers something they've never seen before in a fun and creative way. Others do alright, taking a story that’s already been told and remaking it so that it is more modern or takes advantage of more advanced technical effects.
But then there are the other movies. The movies that you watch and just wonder what the writers could have been thinking. These are the bad movies. The ones that you never want to watch again. Then, there’s a level even further down as far as quality goes.
These lowest films are the movies on this list. The ones that are so bad, you actually do watch them again because their failure is hilarious. It’s like watching a car crash, but better, because you know no one gets hurt. You can’t take your eyes off the screen, except to maybe exchange an “oh my gosh, that actually happened” look with your friends. A lot of these movies you may have never heard of, and definitely haven't seen. But I definitely recommend trying to find them and experiencing them for yourself, because some of these movies are amazing. Maybe for your next night in with your friends, or your next lazy day. There are serial killers, aliens, animals, mythical creatures, and many, many more things that could haunt your dreams. These films are guaranteed to make you question the motives of every person involved, while giving you some of the best laughs of your life.
15 Killer Klowns From Outer Space
14 Jaws 3-D
13 House of the Dead
12 Birdemic: Shock and Terror
10 Leprechaun: In The Hood
9 Lake Placid
8 Troll 2
7 Wrong Turn
6 Jason X
5 It’s Alive
4 The Gingerdead Man
3 Blood Lake
1 Death Bed: The Bed That Eats
This 1977 is a throwback to the horror films of another generation. With a solid 4.5 stars on IMDb, it deserves points for creativity. The story follows a demon spirit that possesses a bed so that it can eat its users alive. The bed eats those in it, and manages to somehow spit out just skeletons. The actual storyline and plot are a bit sketchy and unclear throughout the movie, but it has a few prizes to keep you coming back. First, the acting is overdone and quite horrible as it should be on this list. Next, the effects. You can clearly see at one point that the “acid” is styrofoam. Finally, the story about the actual film itself. Apparently the filming wrapped up in ’77, but it wasn’t actually truly released until over two decades later. Apparently the director didn’t have a lot of luck selling it, but then discovered it had been bootlegged with success and decided to try again. Thankfully he did, or we wouldn’t have this gem.
Sources: IMDB, DiaboliqueMagazine, Screenrant
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