Let’s face it – the horror genre might be responsible for a lot of horrible films. Thankfully, the internet has provided us with the best worst clips from horrible horror films so we don’t need to spend our money on them. If you’re looking for a fun night without cheesy comedys on the other hand, these will definitely leave you grinning.

In no particular order, here are 10 of my picks for the most ridiculous horror films ever made.

1. Troll 2

The person responsible for casting this film should reconsider their profession.

2. The Wicker Man

It would not surprise me if the person who cast Nicholas Cage in this was probably responsible for the casting in Troll 2.

3. Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus

Probably the best worst monster film ever created.

4. Night Of The Lepus

The cuddliest monsters you’ll ever encounter – but also, they’re apparently deadly.

5. Sharktopus

…seriously, what’s with all the sharks and octopuses?

6. The Aztec Mummy Against The Humanoid Robot

“They dare you to see them, but don’t come alone!”   Things can’t get better than this.

7. The Fog (Remake)

NEVER remake a John Carpenter film. Never.

8. Alone In The Dark

How they got Christian Slater and Stephen Dorff to be part of this, I’ll never know.

9. Smiley

As much as I love Michael Gallagher and have been subscribed to his YouTube channel for ages, I think he ought to continue making YouTube videos for a little while longer….

10. Dreamcatcher

Not even Morgan Freeman can save this film from being one of the worst things ever created (and that’s saying something). Stephen King novels should never again be made into films….ever.

  1. Tommy says:

    haha, they need to make sequel for Sharktopus.

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