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I usually don't mind low-budget films, or even those underdog b-movies that find their way on MST3K, but The Haunting of Molly Hartley is one which I audibly claim is the WORST movie I've ever watched.
Don't even RENT this film. To me it's so rank that it should be found in the most freest way possible (like a public library or something). Don't waste a penny.
At 12/30/11 10:09 PM, Darthleather wrote: Did you at least fap to it?
You'd think so, but no.
The monkeys that made this movie somehow got Jay Laga'aia (Captain Typho for all you Star Wars fans) to be in it somehow. You can probably find his scene on Youtube or something.
funland. the case said the clown went on akilling spree. one mafi guy is shoot. one. what scary movie is that?
This thread is terrible, stop bumping it.
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Passion Of The Christ
Why watch movies where you already know how it will end anyways?
Besides The Passion was a smut film
Excuse me, I'm looking for a car that's been tricked out to look like an ice cream truck.
I could use a strapping young man to do some chores around the house!
I was planning to watch that film, but now there isn't any point.
You should be grateful. Oh and uhh...
At 12/31/11 03:51 AM, ngman7 wrote: Blankman, Meteor Man and Kabuki-Man were horrible.
Sounds more like 'worst Megaman bosses you've ever fought' to me.
At 1/3/12 08:41 AM, ColdRicePudding wrote: Cast Away... I mean seriously, a crazy man taling to a ball?
Waste of time
At 1/2/12 10:11 PM, curiousbotanist wrote: the movie rubber
the plot could have been awesome: a self animated rubber car tire with telekinetic powers that started a killing spree, except it was one of those movies that looked like it was centered on one idea, and was so poorly dirrected that i regret even watching it. It was one of those movies that left you saying "this is so borring, but maybe it gets better later on"... It never got better.
I know this would make a good flash animation if done properly, (comedy and had wtf humor) but I am not good at flash...
Hey, I know that movie! I saw the trailer along with a bunch of other crappy horror movie trailers such as:
Zone of The Dead
The Gerber Syndrome
YellowBrickRoad (My dad watched the actual movie and trailer, I saw just the trailer)
If ANYONE is familiar with any of these movies, please tell me what they're like!
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At 1/3/12 10:54 AM, slipstrike wrote:At 1/3/12 10:25 AM, Dent0n wrote: Mega Shark vs Giant CrocosaurusHigh end CGI is high end.
Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus
I mean seriously. Look at this
Believe me, it only gets worse.
Omg... that's hilarious.
At 1/3/12 10:54 AM, slipstrike wrote:
High end CGI is high end.
Believe me, it only gets worse.
Wow that's just incredible, and pretty disturbing to see a shark with tentacles...that trailermusic was horrible! You can't take this seriously...to think that this is made in 2010.
It's impossible to use the bathroom in Denton's house, as not even his toilet paper takes shit from anyone.
At 1/3/12 11:15 AM, Dent0n wrote: Wow that's just incredible, and pretty disturbing to see a shark with tentacles...that trailermusic was horrible! You can't take this seriously...to think that this is made in 2010.
"Ohh man, this is good weed."
"Dude, dude dude dude. Dude. What scarier... than a shark?"
"A giant squid. No no wait, A giant octopus."
"What about... a Sharktopus?"
"Awesome. We should totally make a movie about it or something."
"Wicked. Say, are you hungry?"
And thus nother steaming pile of shit movie was born
A.I. was fantastic until Spielberg put his twist on it. You can totally tell where he added his own flare at the end (aliens? really?). Damn you for being dead, Kubrick!
Suckerpunch was pretty bad. I didn't go in with high expectations and it still let me down.
Human Centipede was shit once you got past the WTF factor.
When I fist saw American Psycho in the theater i didn't really get it and nearly walked out, it's grown on me though.
Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull made me die a little inside.
And then there was Ralph Bakshi's Fire and Ice....i can only take so much rotoscope and crap voicework.
There are plenty of worse movies but I think the hatred for Uwe movies is pretty much universal
The worst movies i have seen to the fullest is The Magic Man and Alien Western. They were the worst B grade pieces of shit i have watched to all it entirety.
I am lovin' me some Retro Haze .
The Super Mario Bros. Movie is hands down the worst movie I have ever seen in my life. Aside from not having much to do with the games the dialogue was kinda bad aswell.
Made of win, for the win. But also very Confusled.
At 1/3/12 12:43 PM, FrostedMonkeyFlakes wrote: A.I. was fantastic until Spielberg put his twist on it. You can totally tell where he added his own flare at the end (aliens? really?). Damn you for being dead, Kubrick!
Those were not aliens. Those were very advanced robots.
I LIKE MONEY
The Garbage Pail Kids Movie is the worst piece of shit that was ever thrust upon mankind.
Out For A Kill a really shitty straight to Video/DVD Steven Segal film with an incoherent plot, dialogue that sounds like it was written by a six year old, terrible acting/dubbing (It's a Segal film after all) and possibly the most unnecessary use of green screen I've ever seen. Don't get me wrong I'm all for so bad it's good action films, one of my favorite films is Commando, but even I have my limits, this movie was less exciting than watching grass grow.
That's tough...I usually like most of the movies I've watched. I think the worst one I've ever watched was Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. A bit strange, because that was my favorite of the HP books. But the acting was stiff and wooden, the lines were crap, and the trio swapped wizard robes for t-shirts, and Hermione at the time wasn't even good looking. Ever since that movie the series has gotten progressively darker and worse. It's weird how the series started out happy and magical and adventurous but then became a dark drama.