Ok, I was feeling pretty good about myself, having only seen one of these films (Kaena: The Prophecy ), and even then only picking it out of a foreign language section at the local quirky video store.
But then, at #1, was the film I dreaded. I did see this, on a whim, without any knowledge of the film, seeing no advertising, and just going with it, based on the actors in the poster. I still cry at night when I think about that film.
Over the last decade, we’ve collected reviews for thousands of movies. Most films, even profoundly mediocre ones, can expect to receive at least cursory support from the pundits. However, once in a while, a film will take such a critical drubbing that further attention is warranted. That’s where our Worst of the Worst list comes in. We’ve compiled a veritable cornucopia of dull, foolhardy, and outright terrible films, from legendary duds (Battlefield Earth) to chuckle-deficient comedies (Epic Movie), from hapless sequels (Basic Instinct 2) to scare-free would-be fright fests (Alone in the Dark). We’ve pored over the reviews to bring you the lowest Tomatometers of the decade — including several (All About Steve, Whiteout) that were released within the last several weeks. In other words, we suffered for our work — now it’s your turn.