10 Best Really Bad Movies
Do you want to know what the 10 best really bad movies are? The 10 best really bad movies are such stinkers that it is perplexing that they managed to sneak their way into video release. If you are planning to waste about 2 hours of your life, do pick up one of the 10 best really bad movies.
“Zodiac Killer” Not to be mistaken with the infinitely better “Zodiac”, this horrible excuse for a movie looks like it was written and directed by a 9 year old. To call this flick a B-Movie is simply unfair to all the half-decent B-Movies.
“Zombie Nation” While the DVD cover art looked promising, the movie itself it a total stinker. The plot was just absurd and ridiculous. The actors could have been randomly picked pedestrians and it looked like the special effects team had a budget of $68 for the movie.
“House of the Dead” “House of the Dead” the video game was enjoyable. “House of the Dead” the movie is not. Stay away from the movie.
“Die Hard Dracula” This totally mucked up, updated version of this iconic villain almost single-handedly destroyed the vampire movie genre. Thankfully this horrid film was quickly forgotten by the handful of people who were sucked into watching this suckfest.
“Simon Sez” How do you make a bad Jean Claude Van Damme movie even worse? Easy! Pair him up with Dennis Rodman.
“Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2” If you thought “Baby Geniuses” was bad, someone had the fantastic idea of coming up with a sequel. “Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2” was so lousy it made the original look good. Perhaps that was the plan all along.
"Pocket Ninjas” Normally found in video store bargain bins, this is one DVD that deserves to be put out of its misery. Thankfully, there are no plans to release a “Pocket Ninjas” Blu-Ray. Director's Cut.
“Gigli” With Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez and Christopher Walken headlining this film, it was incredible how they could come up with a movie this bad. “Gigli” is proof that the whole may be less than the sum of its parts.
“Kazaam” Shaquille O'Neal's incredible achievements on the basketball courts are legendary. Sadly, his basketball skills do not cross over in his films. Producers attempted to cash in on the former NBA league-MVP at the height of his powers by offering him lead roles. While none of them were particularly good, “Kazaam” was the worst of the lot.
“American Ninja 5” As if “American Ninja” 1 to 4 wasn't enough producers thought a 5th offering was needed. “American Ninja 5” was so bad, not even the talented and lovable Pat Morita could salvage it.