What do we do? We watch the worst movies ever made, so you don’t have to suffer through them yourselves. We’ll watch anything from Multi-Million Dollar productions that landed straight on the shelves at the Dollar Store to the indie-est of Independent Films literally found in buckets under tarps behind shelves (true story), we’ll watch anything you throw at us. The Oscars are for normal people who respect themselves. We are not those people.
What do we define as a “terrible movie“? For us, a Terrible Movie must strive for quality and it also must fail to meet that goal. A movie made poorly on purpose does not count and is just sad (i.e, every Adam Sandler movie from the last 10 years). But what if you find a movie that clearly has a tremendous amount of effort and passion behind it, and still ends up coming out awful? That’s a thing of beauty that should be treasured. Also, it should be laughed at. You’ll find the latter here.
I know it’s been a while, but I’m still here and still watching the worst movies you people send my way. Moving forward, instead of writing out reviews, I’m going towards a video format. Please check out the link below for my first video and let me know what you think. If you liked it, […]
When I was four years old, my family and I sat down and watched Home Alone together. Kevin McCallister, played by Macaulay Culkin, was left home alone after a series of unfortunate events led to his parents leaving on a trip for France without him. Kevin was forced to fend for himself using guile and […]
Hollywood is a very busy place with thousands of hardworking people collaborating every day to create films. There’s the big players, like the directors, the producers, and the actors that we all know. Then there are people with lesser celebrated, yet equally important, roles. These people work behind the scenes, they are the cameramen, the […]
By now, most of you know that I’m a huge fan of low/no budget films and just about anything independent. I will always rate a bad independent film more favorably than a bad studio film. If big name actors like, say, Adam Sandler or Al Pacino make an awful movie about some shitty twin love […]
After my recent review of Kung Fu Joe, I got an email from a member of Ball’s Out Films asking if I’d like to give their movie a shot. Now, let’s make something clear, I got as far as “Balls Out Films”, and immediately decided that I would watch anything they had to present. The […]
Thanks to Reddit, I’ve recently become aware of an indie film called Kung Fu Joe. This movie follows the formula of most Blaxploitation films and the old Kung Fu movies of the 70’s, yet lacks all of the varying ethnicities. What this movie lacks in acting, plot, and black people, it more than makes up […]
I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with the director and lead actor of The FP, Jason Trost, and discussed some of his past and current projects. Most of you will recognize Jason as the “beat beat nigga boot” wearing protagonist from The FP, the movie about Dance Dance Revolution gang fights I reviewed […]
Since it’s December, I thought I’d review a few Winter or Christmas themed movies. What better way to kick off the holiday season than with a movie about a snowman that kills people? Today we watch Jack Frost, a 1996 film that gives us a glimpse into the life of a small-town sheriff and shows […]
This is a special review for me because the original ThanksKilling is what got me started on reviewing “terrible movies” in the first place. You see, my family and I had this long-standing contest to try and find “the worst movie”. My sister was winning for a while with “The Legend of Gatorface” until my […]
In 2009, MTV debuted a show called “Jersey Shore”, featuring 9 young Italian-Americans from Seaside Heights, New Jersey. MTV had a choice, they could have followed the lives of young, intelligent people on their journey out into the world, still full of hopes and dreams, to see what may come. But no, that’s not entertaining. […]