10 worst movies



Manos: The Hands of Fate (1966): where are the credits?!

This is a no-budget horror film made by an El Paso, Texas fertilizer salesman. It is famous for having an opening nine-minute sequence in which nothing happens but endless driving through the countryside, due to someone forgetting to add in the credits!.

The film gained cult popularity by being featured on the Mystery Science Theater 3000 television show. It was the #1 movie on the IMDb Bottom 100 for a long time since the list was first created. Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino owns a rare 35 mm copy of the film, and has stated that it is his favorite "comedy."


Plan 9 from Outer Space (1956): almost starring Bela Lugosi

The film is introduced and narrated by television psychic The Amazing Criswell, and involves aliens who attempt to conquer the Earth by resurrecting corpses from a cemetery. The aliens have divined that the human race will soon develop the ultimate weapon: a "solaranite bomb" (or "solarbonite") that can "explode the particles of sunlight" and ultimately destroy the universe. They have attempted eight times to persuade humanity not to build the bomb, but find themselves unable to even get humanity's attention. "Plan 9", their plan to resurrect the dead, is their final, desperate attempt. Unbelievably, this is all claimed to be based on sworn testimony, even though Criswell says it takes place in the future.

Produced and directed by Ed Wood, the movie is widely regarded as a leading candidate for the title of "worst movie ever made", the film is infamous for "almost starring" Bela Lugosi, since the scenes featuring Lugosi were not shot with this film in mind at all.


Anus Magillicutty (2003): the anti-movie that anti-matters

The film focuses on the character Anus, who is obsessed with alcohol and sex. The story involves Anus' efforts to hide a dead body. Eventually, however, Anus also has a run-in with Satan. As Anus explains to his brother, "Remember that contract we had with Satan? To make us beautiful? ...I think he's come to collect."

In late 2005 and early 2006, it ranked number 1 on the Internet Movie Database bottom 100 list, meaning that it received the lowest scores among people evaluating films in the site's extensive database. A critic from the State Press Magazine considers this to be the worst film ever,[1] although the film was actually marketed that way, with the State Press quote appearing on the poster. Anus Magillicutty was directed by Morey Fineburgh, and although written by Abraham Fineburgh, there was allegedly no real screenplay.


Gigli (2003): The end of Bennyfer

Originally a very dark comedy with no romantic subplot, the producers demanded script rewrites throughout filming. Some reviewers dubbed the film "The ultimate turkey of all time", referring to Lopez's character's sex talk to Affleck's character inviting him to commit an act of oral sex: "It's turkey time." "What?" "Gobble, gobble."

The Times newspaper gave the movie the rating below their lowest possible score of 0 stars, the only movie to recieve this score. This film is also said to have been a factor in the break-up of the engagement between its two stars. Winner of 7 Razzies (including 2005's Worst "Comedy" of Our First 25 Years). In addition Ben Affleck mocked the film on Saturday Night Live and The Tonight Show.

Monster A Go Go (1965): No continuity, incomprehensible non-ending

The plot concerns an American astronaut who mysteriously disappears from his spacecraft as it parachutes to Earth. The vanished astronaut is apparently replaced by and/or turned into a large, radioactive, humanoid monster. A team of scientists and military men attempt to capture the monster--and at one point succeed, only to have him escape again (however, both the capture and the escape are never shown, with only the narrator revealing this to us).

Monster A Go-Go has an unusual, perhaps even unique, production history. Director Bill Rebane ran out of money while making the film. Lewis, who needed a second film to show with his own feature, Moonshine Mountain, bought the film, added a few extra scenes and some dialogue, and then released it, creating an odd, disjointed film with little continuity. The film is infamous among those who have seen it for its incomprehensible "non-ending."


Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002): even the game was better

Starring Lucy Liu and Antonio Banderas, the film was universally panned by critics and is believed to have no redeeming features (not even the comedy value normally associated with bad films). It is often listed among the worst movies ever made. Financially, the film was a box office failure, grossing just over $14 million compared to its $70 million budget. Liu and Banderas play opposing secret agents who are supposedly enemies, but rather than fighting each other they end up teaming up to take down the megalomaniacal director of the NSA.

A Game Boy Advance first-person shooter, Ecks vs. Sever, was based on a very old version of the movie's script and, storywise, is almost nothing like the film. It was released before the movie. A version after the movie's release, considered a sequel to the game but which followed the movie, was considered an impressive technological feat on the GBA and was much better accepted than the movie itself.


Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964): martians kidnap Santa Claus

Momar ("Mom Martian") and Kimar ("King Martian") are worried that their martian children are watching too much Earth television, most notably station KIDD's interview with Santa Claus in his workshop at the North Pole. So Martian leaders decide to kidnap Santa Claus from Earth and bring him to Mars to make toys for the children of their planet.

Famous in the "so bad it's good"-category, it has been featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 and holds a spot in IMDb's worst 100. Also cited on a 10-worst list in The Book of Lists, The Fifty Worst Films of All Time, and the 2004 DVD documentary, The 50 Worst Movies Ever Made. Features an early screen appearance by 1980s film icon Pia Zadora. The Canadian TV channel "Space: The Imagination Station" airs this bomb every Christmas as a salute to bad sci-fi.


From Justin to Kelly (2003): From Theater To Video

The movie features Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini, the winner and runner-up of the first series of American Idol, respectively. Texan singing waitress Kelly Taylor (played by Clarkson) meets Pennsylvania college student Justin Bell (played by Guarini), they fall for each other, and then spend the rest of the movie trying to get together.

The critics began mercilessly deriding the movie upon news of its making, and the movie was the box office bomb they predicted despite its association with the popular television show. In an interesting twist, theater chains threatened not to show it at all when distributor 20th Century Fox—anticipating a theatrical flop. On the Internet Movie Database website the film is currently the worst movie ever made. Other listing systems also rate it among the worst movies ever made. Craig Kilborn gave it a short and devastating review one day after its release, with the words: "Here's the movie: From Justin To Kelly. Here's my review: From Theater To Video". The film's choreography was considered so bad that a special Golden Raspberry "Governor's Award" was created just so From Justin to Kelly could win it.

An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (1997): directed by Alan Smithee

In the film, an editor by the name of Alan Smithee (played by Eric Idle) has been allowed to direct Trio, a big-budget action film starring Sylvester Stallone, Whoopi Goldberg, and Jackie Chan. However, the studio recuts the film, and when Smithee sees the results (which he describes as being "worse than Showgirls") and realises that he cannot use a pseudonym (because the only one allowed is "Alan Smithee") he steals the film and goes on the run, threatening to burn it.

The film was written (and produced, though he wasn't credited for it) by Joe Eszterhas, and directed by Arthur Hiller. However, Hiller objected to the way Eszterhas recut the film. So, as a result, in one of Hollywood's greatest ironies, An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn is officially directed by Alan Smithee. The movie was regarded as one of the worst films of all time, and managed to win five awards (including Worst Picture) at the 1998 Golden Raspberry Awards. The film grossed $45,000, which, accounting for inflation, is less than Plan 9 from Outer Space made during its release.


Batman & Robin (1997): or how Batman became warm

The fourth installment of the Warner Bros. franchise that began with 1989's Batman and the lowest-grossing of the film series. This film is often billed as the worst superhero movie of all time, even to the point that star George Clooney said he would refund people's money if they stopped him on the street and said they had paid to see it.

In an interview with Barbara Walters, Clooney claims he played Batman gay. The director Joel Schumacher also reputedly admits to not being proud of this film (to the point where he flat-out apologizes for the film, according to his commentary on the 2005 Special Edition DVD set), despite earlier statements to the contrary.

Batman & Robin earned the nickname "Batman on Ice" for a scene in which the titular heroes both inexplicably have retractable skate blades hidden inside their boots. The film was mocked for the poor script, over-extending the campy attitude of the previous installment Batman Forever, the poor casting of other "big-name" stars Uma Thurman and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the addition of a poorly portrayed Batgirl, played by Alicia Silverstone. Likely due to the film's poor reception, no more Batman movies were made for nearly eight years.

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84 comments:

Anonymous said...

No Street Fighter? No Battlefield: Earth?

Anonymous said...

Ishtar is by far one of the worst movies ever made

TM, oceanside said...

You forgot John Travolta's "Battlefield Earth", certainly one of the all time worst movies.

David said...

I think "Masked Avenger Versus Ultra-Villain in the Lair of the Naked Bikini" should have made the cut:
(from IMDB) -

Masked Avenger is a hero to the modern world. He destroys his enemies with kung fu fighting, handsaws and guns, but with one small hang-up. At the sight of a woman, The Masked Avenger immediately begins to gratify himself, no matter what situation he is in. The evil Helmut Gunta plans to impregnante a virgin in order to have an heir, and the woman he has in mind is a nun, Sister Mary who happens to be the Masked Avenger's sister. Gunta has a plan to stop The Masked Avenger from getting in the way... organise a gang of strippers to keep him pre-occupied until Sister Mary is pregnant.

Anonymous said...

Hahahaha, I saw manos the hands of fate. God was that terrible.

Anonymous said...

hahahahah ive seen from justin to kelly (my bf made me watch it :S)

Conqueror of Uranus said...

To go international,
the "The Wesley's Mysterious File"

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0324518/

is definately one of the 10 worst movies of all time.

Despite "starring" three good HK actors

Andy Lau, Hsu Qi and Rosomund Kwan

Anonymous said...

You should add Zoolander ( I hate Ben Stiller, he's an awful actor!) for the simple fact that this movie was one of the absolutely worst I have ever seen. Sure there are some movies out there that at least have what I call the "stupid funny" factor, but this one didnt even rate that..it was just really stupid. Grandma's Boy was kinda dumb, but still hilarious.
Add to this one the movie "BloodRayne", based off a video game. OMFG, this movie flat out fking SUCKED. It was so low budget it wasnt funny. I think they spent probably 98% of the budget on the well known actors (as if that made the movie quality any better) and then probably the other 2% for the movie itself. The special effects were VERY poor! I couldnt believe I spent the 3 or 4 bucks to rent it. Ugh. The people who made this should be executed.

Anonymous said...

just married with ashton kutcher and brittney murphey was unbelievably horrible. it wasnt even a chick flick it was just annoying and pointless for over 2 hours

Anonymous said...

I think the Villian should be added to this: A comedy Western with Kirk Douglas as the "The Villian" and Ann Margaraet as the damsel in distress. It also stars, and this is the reason why the movie sucks, Arnold Schwarzenegger as "The Handsome Stranger" complete with a light blue cowboy suit. It's from the early 80's and you can't understand a word Arnold says. The only thing funny about this western is that someone actually thought it should be released.

Anonymous said...

"Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey" should probably be on here as well. Keanu Reaves and Alex Winter go to hell, heaven, and back to earth after being murdered by evil robot versions of themselves from the future. At one point, three Keanu's and Alex's share the stage, and there are about three words used in the dialogue: Bogus, Melvin, and Station. But the movie's main problem is that it is UNGODLY annoying, and if you ask me, the robots are right: Death to Bill and Ted! There is a reason that there is no BAT franchise. This movie is it.

Anonymous said...

Obviously they haven't seen "The Amazon Women of the Advacado Jungle" starring Bill Mahar.

Anonymous said...

Hey, you forgotten "Evita PerĂ³n contra los aliens"
Something like "Evita Peron contra los aliens"
What an AWFUL movie

Wingman said...

The worst movie ever made: LaserBlast.
This movie is so bad,It makes Santa conquers the martians look like a box office masterpiece.Im totally serious. I never thought it was possible to have that bad of a movie ever made.
No story
Pitiful 'SFX'
Its just plain bad

Anonymous said...

The worst movie ever made: LaserBlast.
This movie is so bad,It makes Santa conquers the martians look like a box office masterpiece.Im totally serious. I never thought it was possible to have that bad of a movie ever made.
No story
Pitiful 'SFX'
Its just plain bad

Anonymous said...

Totally agree with Santa Claus and the Martians. I bought this movie as a joke for 99cents at Kmart. I couldn't even finish it, it's so bad. (Might try again with a few drinks in me...)

Anonymous said...

Definitely missing is Mr. Mike's Mondo Video (1979)

Anonymous said...

All of Hilary Duff's movies should be here. She just flat out sucks.

Anonymous said...

"The Rollerblade Seven" is without a doubt the worst movie I have ever seen. 10 times worse than batman and robin hands down.

Anonymous said...

not zoolander! I love that movie. it's my favourite comedy ever made ever. It might not be your kind of humour, but it's funny for those of us who appreciate it for what it is.

now memento was a bad movie. I tried to watch it and fell asleep. movies shouldn't be that terrible.

Anonymous said...

Darn. No love for "Battlefield: Earth".

Anonymous said...

You can't leave out the remake of "The Texas Chainsaw Masacre" that was made with Matthew McConaughey in it. Horrible and not even scary. One of the worst ever remakes ever seen!

Anonymous said...

I think that the Movies Ultra-Violet and Punch Drunk love (Staring Adam Sandler who is a favorite of mine.) should merit a position on this list. Punch Drunk Love is just plain horrible and the CG in Ultra-Violet was painfull.

As in response to a previous post
Grandma's boy is a great movie, and zoolander doesn't belong anywhere near this list.

Anonymous said...

Oh my God! Do you people have a frigging life! I mean come on! You all are sitting on your asses discussing movies over a computer? Uhh... you know your lazy when??? What has come to the the world?

Anonymous said...

What, no "Rocky Balboa"?

Oh, wait. It hasn't been released yet.

What about a placeholder spot, you know, for when it DOES come out...

Anonymous said...

you forgot the ben afleck snoozefest "DareDevil" that movie has to be the worse movie i have ever seen

Anonymous said...

Master of Disguise should have definetly been on this list. It was painful to sit through.

Anonymous said...

Emmmm Mr "Do you people have a frigging life?" if you are so insulted by their website then my advice: Get off your computer and do something interesting rather than posting pointless comments at 2 in the morning!!!

Anonymous said...

Quote: "Oh my God! Do you people have a frigging life! I mean come on! You all are sitting on your asses discussing movies over a computer? Uhh... you know your lazy when??? What has come to the the world?"

Well, you took the time to sit down and write this.. so you are no better :P

Anonymous said...

there's a jim carey movie called "high strung"... never hearde of it? because it is absolutely the most horrible waste of money, time, energy and life that has ever been produced. ugh, i can't even really talk about it anymore.

Anonymous said...

Ahh, I cannot believe "Hawk the Slayer" did not make the list. Definitely in the category of so bad, it is good. Jack Palance as the bad guy, John Terry as his heroic brother. C'mon, they even used Silly String as a special effect. 90 minutes of life you will never have back! I heartily recommend it.

Anonymous said...

Ishtar??? Saw it once and wished I could''ve walked out, but I was on a plane over tha Atlantic Ocean, still thought about walking out though

Jen said...

Ha ha ha. I own Manos the Hands of Fate. Frickin hilarious. I love the ricidulously long shot of the fireplace with the spooky music. Classic. And I love Zoolander AND Memento. Those aren't bad movies, just different tastes is all.

Anonymous said...

The worst movie ever is "Amazing Grace and Chuck".

I'd tell you to go see it and see that I'm right, but I don't want you to suffer.

Here's IMDB's plot summary...

Chuck Murdock is an all American kid living in a sleepy town in Montana. He is the top pitcher of the little league team as well. After taking a tour of a nuclear silo, Chuck decides to quit playing little league until nuclear weapons are disarmed. Boston Celtic Amazing Grace Smith hears about Chuck's exploits, and decides to do the same thing. Amazing then moves to the young boy's town to live. More athletes follow suit as well. The town begins to hate Chuck and his family, and this makes Chuck's father angry. But can one kid's message make the world listen?

P.S. Zoolander is one of my favorite movies of all-time.

Anonymous said...

Quite surprised noone's mentioned Toxic Avenger or Class of Nukem High or Surf Nazi's Must Die. All from Jersey's finest.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, ya know, I used to work at a movie theater. It's really not a lack of a life. Movies are a major staple of entertainment in the modern world.

Anyways, different movies take different tastes. I think the objective was to come up with a list that just about everyone could agree were the worst movies ever made.

No fair trashing movies that haven't been released yet.

Anonymous said...

ya'll don't know your movies ya'll got issuse too

Anonymous said...

The Sound of Thunder was a horrible movie too.

Anonymous said...

Is it just me, or are movies realy going down hill, it seems to me that sex and violence have completly replaced a good story line. Also comedy is being polluted with this "teen humor" witch kind of offends me as a teenager. Not all teens are perverted, no realy, im telling truth, ok maybe a small fraction aren't. *sighs* Ultra violet looked so cool in the comercials what a waste of time.

Anonymous said...

Is it just me, or are movies realy going down hill, it seems to me that sex and violence have completly replaced a good story line. Also comedy is being polluted with this "teen humor" witch kind of offends me as a teenager. Not all teens are perverted, no realy, im telling truth, ok maybe a small fraction aren't. *sighs* Ultra violet looked so cool in the comercials what a waste of time.

Anonymous said...

Oh and mr. don't you people have lives aswell as whats already been said, usualy your either getting mugged or arrested at 11 at night, oh wait look at that your posting in the middle of the day, you must be so important, maybe you should be at church XD

Angie Barr said...

Ugh!!! Have any of you ever seen the movie "True Stories"? It stars the band "Talking Heads". I went to a premier of it with my family when I was young, and we left half way though after most of the audience had already gone. Our theatre actually refused to show the film because no one at the premier actually stayed all the way through to the end. "True Stories - Talking Heads" is THE worst movie of all time!!!! Hands Down!

Ron Donkers said...

What about Black Knight? I mean everything from the concept to the catering service is in a class of suck onto itself.

Anonymous said...

i dont care what any bs site sayz, batman and robin was a bad ass film

Anonymous said...

"Soggy Bottom" is my pic for worst of all time. I like "Plan 9 from Outer Space" I own it, and a t-shirt, lol. It does all really come down to taste.

Anonymous said...

well its all right except for one thing:wheres scooby doo meets batman and robin?(i am serious there is a movie called that)which is so horrible that i watched it 1nce 6 years ago and have forgotten everything about it except that is the worst movie ever

Anonymous said...

try watching The house that screamed. That movie is worse then any of these

Anonymous said...

Of all the worst movies, Sean Connery has to have the worst of them all. If you haven't seen it, check out Zardoz. Plot, Script, effects, length, acting, everything scored so low that we think it should have been the pinnicle MST3K movie.

Anonymous said...

personally, i liked the batman movie, the worst thing about it though is that its kinda more of a kid's movie, and they picked the worst possible actors

Anonymous said...

y worst movie of all time would have to be Hulk. It had great potential even for me, not a comic fan , but it was a total crap.
PS: To be honest I kinda like Zoolander, not great but not the worse either.

Anonymous said...

People ya'all need to look back at "Ishtar" Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman pissing there carreers down the drain so they could work together. It cost alot nd the highlight of the movie was the ending credits which were only watchable with the sound off. If People would have remembered Ishtar I beleive Gigli might never have been made. long live Benifer

Anonymous said...

How about Cop and 1/2 starring Bert Reynolds? Unfortunately, I saw this at the THEATER because it was my husband's turn to pick! It was AWEFUL!

Anonymous said...

From what I can tell this website has made a pretty good list, and there's only one thing I can say. Date Movie would be #11. No doubt about it! I went to that movie with high hopes, but left halfway through because of it's lame "humor". I have 3 other people with me who all agreed to leave so i'm not alone on this one. I know it's kind of like Scary Movie with it's mockery of other movies, but there's one thing that seperates Scary Movie from Date Movie...Scary Movie(and it's sequels) is funny. It's as simple as that. Peace.

Anonymous said...

From what I can tell this website has made a pretty good list, and there's only one thing I can say. Date Movie would be #11. No doubt about it! I went to that movie with high hopes, but left halfway through because of it's lame "humor". I have 3 other people with me who all agreed to leave so i'm not alone on this one. I know it's kind of like Scary Movie with it's mockery of other movies, but there's one thing that seperates Scary Movie from Date Movie...Scary Movie(and it's sequels) is funny. It's as simple as that. Peace.

Anonymous said...

what about the movie with the duck that came out in the 80's? I don't remember the name but I do remember a duck trying to romance a human woman? Harry, Herman....??

Anonymous said...

I think Cradle of Fear is the worst movie I have ever seen, no plot what-so-ever, made by the singer (Dani Filth) of a black metal band cradle of filth

Anonymous said...

Haha, it's sad to think I've seen two of those movies.

fishsmell said...

Cmon people nothing but NOTHING out Showgirls, SHOWGIRLS.. easily the worst, scariest, and funniest story ever to be put on celluloid. The only way this movie could have been redeemable was if the director had decided to cast Screech in the starring role as the stripper.

Anonymous said...

I thought ecks vs sever was ok you want bad movies watch waterworld boy is that crap

Anonymous said...

"Jaws: The Revenge"
Tagline: "This time it's personal"
These people should have been eaten long ago. Talk about squeezing blood from a turnip.
Honorable mention would go to "Knife in the water" I don't care what anybody says..this movie sucks...Polanski or not.

fgjvj said...

Joe's apartment...gotta be the worst.. Cockroaches with a vendetta...whatever...

Anonymous said...

SKY CAPTAIN AND THE WORLD OF TOMORROW!!!

S. Maloney said...

Where's "WaterWorld"? "Mad Max" but in the ocean, and 100 times less sensical

Anonymous said...

"MOvie with duck from 80's is HOWARD THE DUCK" and its kick ace. worst movie evr made but its my all time fave is "KILLER KLOWNZ FROM OUTERSPACE" they seriously used construction paper for the opening and for the credits. how can you go soo wrong with alien klownz that kill you and turn you into cotton candy. also a killer scene that involves shadow puppets. its cooler than the hiv

Anonymous said...

I think that Napoleon Dynamite was extremely poorly made. While it is easily quotable, there was barely a plot-line and you'd have to be high to think that anything throughout the movie made any sense at all.

I'd also like to add that I greatly disagree with Conqueror of Uranus. Zoolander happens to be one of my favorite movies (despite Ben Stiller, who I agree is not a good actor at all).

Bmoney said...

Ummm, I guess no one has ever seen "Drop Dead Fred"? Without a doubt, the worst movie ever made. I have only known one person who liked it, whom happens to be an ex. Wonder why?

Anonymous said...

umm... Leonard Part 6?

your mom said...

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Anonymous said...

Napolean Dynamite was a great movie that was hirlarious and stupid in a good way

Anonymous said...

Life Aquatic...worst movie ever nuf said

Anonymous said...

Ever heard of "The Last Horror Film" .. stupid stupid movie

Anonymous said...

Ever heard of "The Last Horror Film"? Stupid Stupid movie

Anonymous said...

Caddyshack II
Xanadu
Anything with Pauly Shore in it.

Anonymous said...

Drop Dead Fred is brill.The worst film ever is Satans little helper you will find it in bargain bucket.

Anonymous said...

I am shocked that the English patient did not make it in the top 10. In the middle of the movie I blurted out, WOULD you just DIE already. My wife slinked down in her seat slowly and admitted later that it was the most BORING movie that she had ever seen. Rent it and Ultra violet and suddenly Ultra violet becomes a hit.

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Anonymous said...

hey. i liked from justin to kelly. i think im the only person in the world. but why did they call it from justin to kelly? Kelly won, not justin...!!

Cindy said...

i liked from justin to kelly.

mike hunt said...

Ultra Violet was the lamest suck fest of a movie I have ever seen. This movie is by far the worst movie I have ever had the displeasure of sitting through. And I have had to sit through some sucky movies. Howard the Duck, Drop Dead Fred, Hudson Hawk, Son In Law, but NOTHING I have seen has out-sucked Ultra Violet.

Worst.Movie.Ever.

Anonymous said...

I think that Grease 2 sucks sooooo much. The songs are horrible and the cast is annoying and just disgusting. Trying to remake a classic with s*** like that will never come close.

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Darshan said...

I can claim the dubious distinction of having one of my film teachers working on Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. Envy me now!

Michael Zingale did however, make up for that credit with his work on Taxi Driver and Three Days of the Condor. I think that makes up for quite a bit!

Anonymous said...

I am sitting here wondering if I could sit through all of these movies in a row. I love horrible movies, but these might simply go to far.

I am watching Aeon Flux on TV right now. Does anyone even know what this movie is about?

Also has anyone ever seen the Peanut Butter Solution? Wow.

Nicholas said...

"The Room" is definitely one of the worst movies of all time