My Bottom 100 Movies

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  1. Hellbilly

    Hellbilly Active Member

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    1. Hip Hop Locos (2001)
    2. Mummy Maniac (2007)
    3. Return of the Boogeyman (1994)
    4. Invasion from Inner Earth (1974)
    5. Curse of the Headless Horseman (1972)
    6. The Off Season (2004)
    7. Blood Theatre (1984)
    8. A*P*E (1976)
    9. Demented Death Farm Massacre... The Movie (1971)
    10. Ancient Evil: Scream of the Mummy (1999)
    11. Kill the Scream Queen (2004)
    12. Rise of the Undead (2005)
    13. Half-Caste (2004)
    14. Blood Shack (1971)
    15. Last House on Hell Street (2002)
    16. The Mailman (2004)
    17. Space Zombie Bingo!!! (1993)
    18. Death to the Supermodels (2005)
    19. Primitif (1980)
    20. 30 Days to Die (2009)
    21. Delta Force One: The Lost Patrol (2000)
    22. Grizzly Rage (2007)
    23. 666: The Demon Child (2004)
    24. Deadly Daphne's Revenge (1987)
    25. Sea of Fear (2006)
    26. Zombi 5: Killing Birds (1987)
    27. The Rockville Slayer (2004)
    28. Howling III (1987)
    29. Beyond the Wall of Sleep (2006)
    30. Forest of the Damned (2005)
    31. Bear (2010)
    32. Jack O'Lantern (2004)
    33. 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams (2010)
    34. Invitation (2003)
    35. UKM: The Ultimate Killing Machine (2006)
    36. The Wrecking Crew (2000)
    37. Tales from the Grave (2003)
    38. The Vulture's Eye (2004)
    39. The Legend of Bigfoot (1976)
    40. Prey of the Jaguar (1996)
    41. Terror at Orgy Castle (1972)
    42. The Fog (2005)
    43. The Damned (2006)
    44. Firehead (1991)
    45. Task Force 2001 (2000)
    46. The Silencer (1992)
    47. A Day of Judgment (1981)
    48. Fire Serpent (2007)
    49. Shatter Dead (1994)
    50. Prom Night (2008)
    51. Grease 2 (1982)
    52. The Haunting of Molly Hartley (2008)
    53. Panther Squad (1984)
    54. The Pink Chiquitas (1987)
    55. Death from Beyond (2006)
    56. Zero in and Scream (1971)
    57. Dark Stories: Tales from Beyond the Grave (2001)
    58. Doll Graveyard (2005)
    59. Psycho (1998)
    60. Ice from the Sun (1999)
    61. The Innocent (2006)
    62. Shocker (1989)
    63. Assassin (1986)
    64. Wacky Taxi (1972)
    65. Satan's Little Helper (2004)
    66. Renegade Force (1998)
    67. Madhouse (2004)
    68. Bug (2006)
    69. Bamboozled (2000)
    70. The Last 4 Days (1974)
    71. Hustler Squad (1976)
    72. The Capture of Bigfoot (1979)
    73. Zombie Nightmare (1987)
    74. The Loch Ness Horror (1981)
    75. The Milpitas Monster (1976)
    76. Alone in the Dark (2005)
    77. Invasion of the Star Creatures (1962)
    78. Blood of Dracula's Castle (1969)
    79. Voodoo Black Exorcist (1974)
    80. Xtro II: The Second Encounter (1991)
    81. Flesh for the Beast (2003)
    82. Galaxina (1980)
    83. Night of the Sharks (1988)
    84. Carnival of Blood (1970)
    85. Midnight (1982)
    86. The Adventures of Hercules II (1985)
    87. Shark Swarm (2008)
    88. Evil Clutch (1988)
    89. Blood Mania (1970)
    90. Area 407 (2012)
    91. Horror House on Highway Five (1985)
    92. Witchouse 3: Demon Fire (2001)
    93. Legacy of Satan (1974)
    94. Voodoo Dawn (1998)
    95. Backwoods (2008)
    96. Fort Doom (2004)
    97. Mr. Jingles (2006)
    98. UFO: Target Earth (1974)
    99. Night Fright (1967)
    100. Bog (1983)
     
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    hmm no Transformers movies...
     
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    mcchrist A new breed of pervert!

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    But I like Shatter Dead.
     
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    I'll give it credit for originality, but it was torture for me to watch. It took me literally several years to watch the entire thing. I just couldn't do it in one sitting.
     
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    Now THAT is a legit bottom 100 list.

    Though I like Movie House Massacre (Blood Theatre) and Satan's Little Helper.
    Oh God, A Day of Judgement is terrible. As is Night Fright. Midnight from 1982 is way too sleepy, but I would save it from this fate.

    Zombie 5 deserves to be in the bottom 10.
     
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    while Howling III is in no way a good movie. at all. ...I still wouldn't put it that close to the bottom. I marvel at its complete disregard for narrative structure and coherent plotting. and I think its a legitimately ballsy film. i'm pretty sure its impossible for anyone involved in it to have ever thought that it would satisfy any audience in the world, and yet they made it anyway. respect.
     
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    I have only seen 5 of those films. Hustler Squad (1976) would make my list.

    I did enjoy The Adventures of Hercules II (1985) in a "so bad its good" way.
     
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    Now that's a bottom list Hellbilly.

    Only thing, I kinda like Shocker (1989) Haven't seen it in years, but from what I remember, it was pretty decent.

    And I'm in the minority, but I don't have a problem with Psycho (1998).
     
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    I actually think it's a great film. Howling III is a step up from II. Bug is an interesting picture. Shocker has some thoughtful ideas behind it (as do most of Craven's films) although it is admittedly a silly picture. It would be hard to defend any of the others. Actually, many of those I have not seen, and honestly have no desire too.
     
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    Another thing about Shocker. From what I remember it had a pretty cool soundtrack. Then again maybe it just seemed like that years ago. Wouldn't mind seeing it on Blu-Ray. :)
     
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    i'm honestly a little curious about whatever Hip Hop Locos is, now. It's got to be something extra special to make it to the very bottom of Hellbilly's list...
     
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwH_VUtxcNo


    The real question should be A) How is this even classified as a movie B) How did Hellbilly sit through it.
     
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    I couldn't even make it through the trailer without skipping forward. what the hell was that? was it filmed during a blackout?
     
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    I always get a kick out of The Capture Of Bigfoot and Grease 2.
    Michelle Pfeiffer is pretty much a perfect beauty.
     
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    Paff Super Moderator

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    Only seen one movie on that list, but it's one that I don't think was too bad: Bug
     
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    Now that's an actual bottom 100 list. Expect Satan's Little Helper. What's wrong with you, that movie is great.
     
  19. Hellbilly

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    It wasn't easy, believe me.

    I was bitching about Satan's Little Helper back then and I'm still bitching now. That movie was terrible haha. My post from the Satan's Little Helper thread:

     
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    Yep that film was of course legendarily bad, along with the lesser known Titanic 2.

    But for me the all-time undisputed laughing stock of cinema is the remade Assault on Precinct 13. Given the cast and budget, we still get the most ludicrous premise, action scenes, script, plot holes, characters... not necessarily in that order. IMO the script is worst, every single sentence for over 100 minutes seems to contain "F**K" numerous times. Laurence Fishburne must have been truly desperate for cash when he accepted that role.

    Just visited imdb.com and noticed it is rated 6.2. The mind boggles. Talk about modern society being dumbed-down!
     

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