Some Of These Horror Movies Are So Bad, They’re Good!

Loving bad horror movies used to be a niche thing. For years, “cult classics” meant a small group of people rallied behind a movie that most hated. But there’s been a shift with how people view these kind of films. Now, a movie like ‘Sharknado‘ gets massive ratings and has so many people approaching the shlock.

To fully appreciate this uprising of “bad” movies, I’ve crafted together a list of the movies you either you need to know about or have to be reminded of! There’s some insanely obscure picks while others have too infamous not to mention.

Does your favorite notoriously bad horror film make this list? Did I leave off something that I should’ve put on? Let me know in the comments below!

Honorable Mentions:

-‘Birdemic: Shock and Terror
-‘Leprechaun 5: In The Hood
-‘The Abominable Dr. Phibes

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10. ‘Death Bed: The Bed That Eats’ (1977)

  • The title alone lets you know how ridiculously great this film is. ‘Death Bed: The Bed That Eats‘ from ’77 is an obscure pick that many have forgotten about. There’s nothing that’s redeemable about this but it makes a great viewing for all “bad” movie fans.
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2 COMMENTS

    • I actually enjoy Jason X. It’s a typical Jason film but it is a bit different in style. The major problem with the film is it’s a product of its time. It reeks of early 00’s filmmaking and has a cheap feel so it doesn’t age well. But there is still worse in the Jason franchise!

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