Stupidest Cult Horror Movies

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You know the whole “So Bad, They’re Good” movie theory? Well, that’s only meant to apply to films that were made by people who honestly thought they were producing the next Dracula, Frankenstein or Werewolf blockbuster. These stupid cult Horror Movies don’t even pretend to have any quality or artistic value. Get it? Good. That’ll be 10 bucks please…
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Plan 9 From Outer Space

Although it came to be affectionately admired as the worst movie of all time, P9fOS is actually representative of about 80% of all movies ever made. Cheap, dumb, and barely coherent, it’s a statement from the producers to anyone willing to pay the price of admission: “Suckers!”
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The Killer Shrews

Dogs in Shrew costumes and hand puppets magnified to appear gigantic make up the “special effects” in this horrible movie that spends way too much time developing the “Love Story” going on in between poisonous bites. Seemingly filmed over a long weekend, the movie managed to rake in dollars from people who had nothing better to watch in the 60s…
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Gamera

After the phenomenal success of the barely better Godzilla in Japan and the US, this terrible knockoff tried to cash in. It worked. So well in fact that a big budget reboot is set for release in 2017. Let’s hope the script is a little better…
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Manos: Hands of Fate

This movie was so bad, the Villain literally shot himself in the head and died about a month before the movie was released. Something nearly everyone else who has ever seen it wants to do about 5 minutes in…
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Cat People

This horror cult classic proves that anyone can make a movie if they have a few thousand bucks and a camera to point at stuff. Especially when everything significant happens OFF SCREEN…
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Laserblast

Despite some famous and recognizable faces (Roddy McDowall chief among them) Laserblast never gets off the ground. It did manage to spawn the whole “Are aliens good or bad for humanity” debate that lead to much more successful movies starting in the 80s. So, it has that going for it. Which is good…
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Bride of the Monster

This movie seems to exist only to prove that a big name talent (Bela Lugosi) is all that’s needed to make a profit. It failed. But, it does manage to show that B-Movies got away with a helluva lot more death cult sex, horror and gore than their more well-funded contemporaries. Pretty hairy stuff for 1955…
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Eegah

A guy who badly needs a shave and is dressed in a Flintstones costume almost gets the girl by acting like an awkward teenager when it comes to making out. He shoulda bashed her over the head with a club and dragged her back to his cave. It’s what the rest of us feel like who manage to make it all the way through to the end…
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The Amazing Colossal Man

Basically a 90 minute excuse to revive Forced Perspective film techniques, the movie actually looks pretty good. The confusing story, terrible acting and the bald guy wearing a diaper get in the way of what could have been a decent flick…
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The Brain That Wouldn’t Die

This low budget classic focuses on a woman who’s basically sitting in a box with her head sticking out of a pan of water. Turns out, scientists are trying to do it for real in countries where they allow decapitated reanimation experimentation. Which is, essentially, everywhere but the US…
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Hobgoblins

Just another excuse to sell toys that today’s Geeks sell and trade for increasingly decent money, Hobgoblins makes no sense and suffers from cheap special effects. Ka-Ching!
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Gremlins

Basically Steven Spielberg’s excuse to cash in on the Movie Merchandising boom, Gremlins is pretty gory and scary. But, not in a good way. He gets it better with E.T.: The Extraterrestrial…
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