Thread: The Worst Horror Movie of All-Time?

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    With Halloween just a few days away, I figured now was a good time to address the worst the domain of horror has to offer:

    [url]http://internetisinamerica.blogspot.com/2011/10/five-awesomely-awful-and-free-horror.html[/url]

    And since my list is centric to free movies you can find on YouTube, a lot of heavy hitters of sucky horror movie didn't end up making the list.

    My question is, what do you consider absolutely ESSENTIAL "crappy horror" viewing for Oct. 31? What do you consider the absolute bottom of the barrel when it comes to spooky movies, and why?
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    Plan 9 is free on youtube?

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    Too bad there weren't any horror films from the 80s to today that were on the list. Soul Survivors (2000) is one good suggestion of mine. I couldn't believe how terrible it was! Another terrible horror film, which is one that I enjoyed, would be The Keep. It may be well hated by critics and the media, but I enjoyed it and nearly everyone here I'm sure probably enjoyed it as well.

    Here are some more horror movies that I think might have been the worst (even though I pretty much enjoyed most of them):

    - The Pit (1981)
    - Blue Velvet (1986)
    - Leprechaun (1993)
    - Rumpelstiltskin (1995)
    - Mary Reilly (1996)
    - Vampire Journals (1997)
    - Lost Souls (2000)
    - Bun Bun (2003)
    - Identity (2003)
    - Zombie Honeymoon (2004)
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    I am a lover of all things horro...even the truly awful ones, I still love in a bizarre kinda way...but these are, in my opinion, some of the best of the worst horror films....and I definitely recommend them....."Manos:The Hand Of Fate", "Basket Case", "I Spit On Your Grave", "Hobgoblins", "Gingerdead Man", "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians".....of course "Plan 9 From Outer Space", a true classic! I know there are truly awful films in the 2000's but I prefer these older films, because while they do suck...it's a good suck, ya know? These films are sooooooo incredibly bad, that they are almost good! No, they are pretty horrible, but it is a fun way to spend a few hours on Halloween!
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    Quote by demonpuppet87
    Too bad there weren't any horror films from the 80s to today that were on the list. Soul Survivors (2000) is one good suggestion of mine. I couldn't believe how terrible it was! Another terrible horror film, which is one that I enjoyed, would be The Keep. It may be well hated by critics and the media, but I enjoyed it and nearly everyone here I'm sure probably enjoyed it as well.

    Here are some more horror movies that I think might have been the worst (even though I pretty much enjoyed most of them):

    - The Pit (1981)
    - Blue Velvet (1986)
    - Leprechaun (1993)
    - Rumpelstiltskin (1995)
    - Mary Reilly (1996)
    - Vampire Journals (1997)
    - Lost Souls (2000)
    - Bun Bun (2003)
    - Identity (2003)
    - Zombie Honeymoon (2004)


    Blue Velvet is mystery/thriller/surreal with elements of film noir. Not horror.
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    Quote by demonpuppet87
    Too bad there weren't any horror films from the 80s to today that were on the list. Soul Survivors (2000) is one good suggestion of mine. I couldn't believe how terrible it was! Another terrible horror film, which is one that I enjoyed, would be The Keep. It may be well hated by critics and the media, but I enjoyed it and nearly everyone here I'm sure probably enjoyed it as well.

    Here are some more horror movies that I think might have been the worst (even though I pretty much enjoyed most of them):

    - The Pit (1981)
    - Blue Velvet (1986)
    - Leprechaun (1993)
    - Rumpelstiltskin (1995)
    - Mary Reilly (1996)
    - Vampire Journals (1997)
    - Lost Souls (2000)
    - Bun Bun (2003)
    - Identity (2003)
    - Zombie Honeymoon (2004)


    I have to disagree on Blue Velvet, Leprechaun, and Rumpelstiltskin.
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    Ghost Machine - stupid, predictable, unintentionally funny, and Rachael Taylor (or her tits) couldn't save this movie.
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    Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter, it was suppose to be a comedy, but it wasn't funny. so it fails.
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    David Lynch does not do horror as far as I know. But noone can walk that fine line between disturbing and absurd like he can.
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    Quote by jrs1991
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    Quote by demonpuppet87
    Too bad there weren't any horror films from the 80s to today that were on the list. Soul Survivors (2000) is one good suggestion of mine. I couldn't believe how terrible it was! Another terrible horror film, which is one that I enjoyed, would be The Keep. It may be well hated by critics and the media, but I enjoyed it and nearly everyone here I'm sure probably enjoyed it as well.

    Here are some more horror movies that I think might have been the worst (even though I pretty much enjoyed most of them):

    - The Pit (1981)
    - Mary Reilly (1996)
    - Vampire Journals (1997)
    - Lost Souls (2000)
    - Bun Bun (2003)
    - Identity (2003)
    - Zombie Honeymoon (2004)


    Blue Velvet is mystery/thriller/surreal with elements of film noir. Not horror.


    I have to disagree on Blue Velvet, Leprechaun, and Rumpelstiltskin.


    That's alright. I just edited the above list.
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    Mulva Zombie ass kicker. Don't be fooled by Debbie Rochon on the cover, the heroine, is actually very close in resemblance to SNL's Pat. Which oddly my former tenant Erin was identical too, when I first saw this. Also would add any of the Paranormal Activity or rip offs, like 8213 Gacy House. So boring. If I want to see a bitch yap off and act bitchy for an hour, I'll come home drunk on tequila and reeking of perfume and try to get some luving from Missus Synn. That'd end in real violence and horror
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    Has anybody ever watched Zombie Lake ?
    Possibly the biggest load of shit I have ever seen.
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    Any ''Horror Films'' from the Sci Fi Channel.
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    House of the Dead.
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    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
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    Mr. Stitch
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    Most modern horror movies suck. especially remakes of old horror movies.
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    Sixth Sense. You could see the "twist" ending coming a mile away. It just isn't an interesting movie in the slightest.

    Halloween the remake. The original Halloween is a downright classic. The new one....well, Rob Zombie should just stick to music where he belongs.

    Nightmare On Elm Street the remake. Good night, does this movie suck. The new Freddy didn't have any pizazz whatsoever. They changed the character way to much for the movie to be enjoyable.
    Don't pay any attention to the evil spirited and dead of heart. They're not worth your time.
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