From the article: The Best Worst Horror Movies: Movies So Bad, They're Good
What are your favorite bad horror movies? Share Your Fave Bad Movie
- One of Peter Jackson's earlier films, this is one of my all time faves. Complete with Sumatran Rat-Monkeys, dog eating evil mom-zombies, and a very unique use of a lawn mower...
- —Guest kurtnotkirk
Godmonster of Indian Flats
- A Godmonster-awful flick about a mutant, 8-foot tall sheep. Full of racism, ridiculous set pieces, and grade-school level acting, this western-set abomination 't happy with it's black/white stereotypes, the creature itself is described at one point as "the damaged mongoloid beast." It all leads up to an ending that makes "Manos: The Hands of Fate" look like an Oscar-contender. I cannot recommend this movie enough, or apologize sufficiently for doing so.
- Killer klowns from outer space is one of the most underated so bad its food movies of all time
- —Guest Dan
- It would have to be Nightmare On Elm St. 2. Much has been written about the "gay subtext" in this film,but being young (and gay) when I saw this,knew no "subtext-it was as plain as day.Unfortunately,the muddled plot and inexperienced actors tended to deflect the impact of the protagonist's character arc-and the ending dropped the ball.Evidently,as this film tells,all we gay men need is the love of a good (redheaded) woman.
- —Guest Todd
- Mutant sheep and mutant sheep people. Terrible. Brilliant.
- —Guest Laura
Oh, So Many Choices
- You provided some excellent examples, Mark Harris. There are so many choices. I can't decide between Alien 3, House of the Dead, and Night of the Lepus. Alien 3: My mind was so distracted by the pointless deaths of two characters at the beginning of the movie, the rest of the film barely registered. It was about Charles Dutton, or a bald Ripley, or someplace hot, -- or something. I'm pretty sure there was an Alien in the mix. Who cares? They pointlessly killed off those two characters right at the beginning of the movie! House of the Dead: It made me weep for Jurgen Prochnow. And, there is that seemingly endless, badly choreographed, fight scene. Terrible dialogue. Wooden acting. Just, ugh. Night of the Lepus: Stampeding hoards of giant, killer rabbits who look exactly like what they are -- normal size rabbits, who are just so darn cute and fuzzy-wuzzy! Oodles of terrible performances by the human actors.
- —Guest Naomi