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Here's a look at the Internet Movie Database's infamous "Bottom 100" list, consisting of the 100 films with the absolute lowest ratings (according to their user base). How many of these films have you seen??

 

If I'm understanding this chart right, the first # shown is the film's ranking. The second # is its general "star" rating (out of 10) on IMDB. The last # shown (after the title) is the # of "votes" it's received.

 

1. 1.4 Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004) 11,126

2. 1.4 Manos: The Hands of Fate (1966) 19,924

3. 1.5 Monster a-Go Go (1965) 3,005

4. 1.5 Daniel the Wizard (2004) 7,839

5. 1.5 Night Train to Mundo Fine (1966) 3,390

6. 1.5 Ben & Arthur (2002) 4,486

7. 1.5 The Skydivers (1963) 2,024

8. 1.5 The Starfighters (1964) 1,726

9. 1.5 Pocket Ninjas (1997) 1,875

10. 1.6 Zaat (1975) 2,181

11. 1.6 Zombie Nation (2004) 3,967

12. 1.6 Pledge This! (2006) 7,635

13. 1.6 The Final Sacrifice (1990) 2,101

14. 1.6 Too Beautiful (2005) 1,927

15. 1.6 Ram Gopal Varma's Indian Flames (2007) 2,136

16. 1.6 From Justin to Kelly (2003) 17,594

17. 1.7 The Little Fox 2 (2008) 3,183

18. 1.7 Disaster Movie (2008) 35,299

19. 1.7 The Beast of Yucca Flats (1961) 2,678

20. 1.7 Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders (1996) 2,277

21. 1.7 The Hillz (2004) 3,823

22. 1.7 Track of the Moon Beast (1976) 1,652

23. 1.7 Yes Sir (2007) 2,751

24. 1.7 Fat Slags (2004) 1,795

25. 1.7 Zodiac Killer (2005) 2,025

26. 1.7 The Pod People (1983) 2,328

27. 1.7 Hobgoblins (1988) 4,639

28. 1.8 The Apocalypse (2007) 1,992

29. 1.8 Who's Your Caddy? (2007) 11,457

30. 1.8 The Wild World of Batwoman (1966) 2,494

31. 1.8 Danes Without a Clue (1997) 1,771

32. 1.8 Turks in Space (2006) 5,707

33. 1.8 Crossover (2006) 7,435

34. 1.8 The Creeping Terror (1964) 1,918

35. 1.8 Die Hard Dracula (1998) 2,265

36. 1.8 Girl in Gold Boots (1968) 1,945

37. 1.8 The Maize: The Movie (2004) 1,910

38. 1.8 The Hottie & the Nottie (2008) 22,693

39. 1.8 Prince of Space (1959) 1,523

40. 1.8 The Blade Master (1984) 1,844

41. 1.8 The Tony Blair Witch Project (2000) 3,118

42. 1.9 The Barbaric Beast of Boggy Creek, Part II (1985) 1,614

43. 1.9 Keloglan vs. the Black Prince (2006) 3,750

44. 1.9 A Story About Love (1995) 1,730

45. 1.9 Santa Claus (1959) 1,977

46. 1.9 Soultaker (1990) 1,811

47. 1.9 Space Mutiny (1988) 3,831

48. 2.0 Going Overboard (1989) 5,876

49. 2.0 Surf School (2006) 3,432

50. 2.0 Tangents (1994) 1,781

51. 2.0 House of the Dead (2003) 21,657

52. 2.0 Popstar (2005) 1,545

53. 2.0 The Pumaman (1980) 2,123

54. 2.0 Glitter (2001) 13,801

55. 2.0 Anne B. Real (2003) 3,011

56. 2.0 The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!? (1964) 2,390

57. 2.0 Son of the Mask (2005) 15,917

58. 2.1 Eegah (1962) 2,810

59. 2.1 Troll 2 (1990) 11,435

60. 2.1 Car 54, Where Are You? (1994) 2,778

61. 2.1 Santa with Muscles (1996) 6,241

62. 2.1 Miss Castaway and the Island Girls (2004) 1,523

63. 2.1 Snowboard Academy (1996) 1,723

64. 2.1 Leonard Part 6 (1987) 4,850

65. 2.1 Feel the Noise (2007) 2,370

66. 2.1 Laserblast (1978) 2,315

67. 2.2 Chairman of the Board (1998) 3,144

68. 2.2 Epic Movie (2007) 49,385

69. 2.2 Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace (1996) 5,077

70. 2.2 Body in the Web (1960) 1,931

71. 2.2 Time You Change (2010) 2,537

72. 2.2 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (1998) 5,150

73. 2.2 Baby Geniuses (1999) 9,071

74. 2.2 In the Mix (2005) 5,329

75. 2.3 Demon Island (2002) 2,145

76. 2.3 Nine Lives (2002) 1,909

77. 2.3 Anus Magillicutty (2003) 3,367

78. 2.3 Alone in the Dark (2005) 26,169

79. 2.3 Cool as Ice (1991) 4,635

80. 2.3 Mitchell (1975) 2,599

81. 2.3 American Ninja V (1993) 1,731

82. 2.3 Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964) 5,309

83. 2.3 Phat Girlz (2006) 6,328

84. 2.3 Simon Sez (1999) 3,383

85. 2.3 Ed (1996) 3,804

86. 2.3 Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000 (2000) 39,587

87. 2.4 Gigli (2003) 29,126

88. 2.4 Another Nine & a Half Weeks (1997) 2,169

89. 2.4 The Smokers (2000) 2,024

90. 2.4 It's Pat (1994) 6,038

91. 2.4 Alien from L.A. (1988) 1,816

92. 2.4 Addiction (2004) 2,160

93. 2.4 Meet the Spartans (2008) 47,898

94. 2.5 Kazaam (1996) 12,658

95. 2.5 Daddy Day Camp (2007) 6,839

96. 2.5 The Underground Comedy Movie (1999) 1,754

97. 2.5 Bolero (1984) 2,888

98. 2.5 Marci X (2003) 3,429

99. 2.5 .com for Murder (2002) 1,568

100. 2.5 Police Academy: Mission to Moscow (1994)

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I've seen seen bits and parts of many of these films but I've only seen four of the Bottom 100 in their entirety:

 

"Zaat" (aka "Blood Waters of Dr. Z") - and yes, it was just as godawful as advertised.

 

"The Beast of Yucca Flats" - I watched it without the MST3K voice overs, mind you, which means I must be an utter masochist.

 

"Car 54, Where Are You?" -- I rented this years ago because I heard the Ramones appeared in it. The band is indeed in the movie -- for about thirty seconds, tops (playing in the background of a nightclub scene). Yes, I was pissed.

 

"Cool As Ice" -- this came on one of the Encore channels a couple of years ago and I simply HAD to watch it. How could I possibly resist? It was pure comedy gold. "Yo, drop dat zero and git with the hero!"

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I think I've seen The Apacolypse and Epic Movie, but if they're as terrible as people suggest, I can understand not remembering.

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I have only seen 3 of these movies.. Gee NO Howard the Duck either?? Awesome!!!! :tumbsup:

 

The three I DID see??

 

Disaster Movie.. Not TOO bad, kinda stupid, but....

 

Meet the Spartans... Pretty funny in parts, but it's stupid funny...

 

And the Police Acedemy movie....

 

Kind of amazed I didn't see more on that list as I keep being told I have rotten taste in movies.... :whistle:

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I watched The Hillz by accident. When it was on I mistook it for that reality show. I thought it was ok until people started dieing. That's when I realized something was wrong. I kept watching since I had already started. It was a rather pointless movie. I watched Car 54, Where Are You? a long time ago. I really don't remember it being bad. Epic Movie could be the worst 50 cents I have ever spent. Other than a few semi funny parts it was almost torture to watch. Those doofuses who keep making those movies need to stop. They need to leave spoofs to the professionals. I had my doubts about the bad reviews regarding Alone In The Dark. It couldn't be that bad, could it? Nothing about the movie made any sense and the special effects were awful. And to think that at the time Tara Reid pointed to her role in that movie as proof she could act. I'm not sure what the deal with Battlefield Earth is. To me it was just a mediocre science fiction movie just like most others. As a big fan of Police Academy I have to say I was disappointed in the last movie. They should have stopped at 6 if that was the best they could do.

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I'm guilty on 'House of the Dead', 'Battlefield Earth'(still the only movie I walked out the theater on-Just plain horrible) and 'Alone in the Dark'(how a movie with Christian Slater, Tara Reid and Stephen Dorf can be this bad is beyond me).

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Happily, I've never seen any of these. How funny does this one look (ranked #53)?

 

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And yeah, apparently Pumaman flies... :lol:

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Surprised this one isn't in the list as it has a rating of 1.5. Is this one of those films that is so bad it's good? Or is it even worse than that?

 

Da Hip Hop Witch IMDB

 

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I've definitely seen these two:

 

21. 1.7 The Hillz (2004) ; dreadful, dreadful thing. Definitely one of the worst ever.

 

93. 2.4 Meet the Spartans (2008) ; yep, aside from the movie with Coby from 'Baywatch' in it, this is by far the worst and most hated film I've ever seen. As funny as a tortured puppy.

 

And I'm pretty sure I've seen either one or both of these, but I really can't remember so they must have been awful;

68. 2.2 Epic Movie (2007)

18. 1.7 Disaster Movie (2008)

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I've seen seen bits and parts of many of these films but I've only seen four of the Bottom 100 in their entirety:

 

"Zaat" (aka "Blood Waters of Dr. Z") - and yes, it was just as godawful as advertised.

 

"The Beast of Yucca Flats" - I watched it without the MST3K voice overs, mind you, which means I must be an utter masochist.

 

"Car 54, Where Are You?" -- I rented this years ago because I heard the Ramones appeared in it. The band is indeed in the movie -- for about thirty seconds, tops (playing in the background of a nightclub scene). Yes, I was pissed.

 

"Cool As Ice" -- this came on one of the Encore channels a couple of years ago and I simply HAD to watch it. How could I possibly resist? It was pure comedy gold. "Yo, drop dat zero and git with the hero!"

 

 

I do recall on another thread you saying that you are open to challenges to watch awful films, so here goes:

 

Try 'Pumaman' and 'Da Hip Hop Witch' and let us know what they're like. Go on, you know you want to. :D

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I do recall on another thread you saying that you are open to challenges to watch awful films, so here goes:

 

Try 'Pumaman' and 'Da Hip Hop Witch' and let us know what they're like. Go on, you know you want to. :D

 

If I ever came across "Puma Man" I might give it a look cuz it sounds so utterly, wonderfully ridiculous.

 

However, "Da Hip Hop Witch" -- no thanks, there's some sh*t that even I won't eat. :lol:

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I'm not sure why, but I recently remembered Black Christmas. It was so bad I'm guessing that I tried to block it out. That movie should definetely be in the bottom 100. Absolutely attrocious. The worst part was having to see an old scary woman naked when there were plenty of hot girls like Lacey Chabert running around.

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I'm not sure why, but I recently remembered Black Christmas. It was so bad I'm guessing that I tried to block it out. That movie should definetely be in the bottom 100. Absolutely attrocious. The worst part was having to see an old scary woman naked when there were plenty of hot girls like Lacey Chabert running around.

 

You mean the remake? Yeah, it's crap indeed.

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I do recall on another thread you saying that you are open to challenges to watch awful films, so here goes:

 

Try 'Pumaman' and 'Da Hip Hop Witch' and let us know what they're like. Go on, you know you want to. :D

 

If I ever came across "Puma Man" I might give it a look cuz it sounds so utterly, wonderfully ridiculous.

 

However, "Da Hip Hop Witch" -- no thanks, there's some sh*t that even I won't eat. :lol:

 

:lol:

 

I'd be intrigued to read your review of Pumaman. Sadly, it doesn't appear to be readily available on DVD.

 

I don't think I could watch "Da Hip Hop Witch" either, even if it was taking one for the team.

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