Worst Old Horror Flicks!

Worst Old Horror Flicks!

Watersofgrace's picture

Let me know what you think are the worst classic (50's, 60's) horror movies are!

I'll start off by giving my two:

Giant Gila Monster

The Slime People (I actually had a family member who acted in this one. Like a grandfather's cousin or something. **Sigh**)

Let me know whats on your list!!

~J.C.

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Watersofgrace's picture

I thought I had gas once, and it sent me into shock.

~J.C.

Digger68's picture

Let me think a min... ummm    i was a teenage werwolf... for one and them about gaint ants for anuke site

Watersofgrace's picture

Lol. Oh "I was a teenage werewolf." Good times.

~J.C.

HELLFIGHTER's picture

THE HIDEOUS SUN DEMON. The flick was a favorite childhood B movie. They took the original and cleverly substituted footage and made it a hilarious flick. The humorous version was only shown at a midnite showing at a historical movie house. I would love to find both versions.

     Just found out the spoof was made with the help of the original director and called "WHATS UP HIDEOUS SUN DEMON". Both can be seen online.

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Okay Hellfighter ( from now on its HF) and JC we gotta coupla of smart asses here lol!

I think Im in shock again. I wonder if I need to step out and fart!

I must be having brain farts cause I cant think of any to really bitch about,,,,

Do you guys remember " UP ALL Night with Rhonda Sheer USA and on TNT they had that Billy Bob or something on TNT they used to show alot of bad B flicks.

The Toxic Avenger yep that sucked

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The toxic avenger was kinda meant to suck though... That was part of the idea behind it, I think...

~J.C.

HELLFIGHTER's picture

LOL! Yeah, Buf, I remember Billy Bob . He even did a cameo in a horror flick. But unfortunately, there are gaps in my memory that I would rather not dwell on. I DO remember a terrible VAMPIRE HOOKER flick with that great funnyman DENNIS MILLER that was pretty lame but I cant remember the name. Theres STRANGE INVADERS, THE MONSTER THAT CHALLENGED THE WORLD, the original BLOB, cause I enjoyed the remake. Theres CHUD which has some guys that have become prominent actors but is watchable in a crappy but entertaining kind of way when there is nothing to do. CHUD II is pure garbage but not that old. HERES ONE, DRACULA VS. BILLY THE KID ! ! ! ! YEP, just remembered it. Honest to God. Billy beats the old vampire, get this, by imbedding a tiny wooden cross into his bullet and quick drawing and firing into that nasty old vamps heart. We wont go into WEREWOLVES ON WHEELS, check my photos I have 2 movie posters of this flick on the site, cause it SUCKS but it is SO LAME it is watchable cause its kind of surreal.

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Yep I clearly went off topic. Toxic was so 80's why the hell are we not talking about 80's cheese here. Instead of slammin GodzillaTongue out

Lets see 60s and 50's HF you have come up with quite a few, but I am now and forever stuck in 80's cheese.

 Dennis Miller I know this Ive seen it with one of the Cory's yeah Cory Fieldman I do believe it was a Tales from the Crypt HA! Bordello of Blood! Ckeck me out Im doing the stewie dance,,,,, Okay Im having a very hard time staying on topic. I should go be in shock somewhere,,,,,where noone can seeeeee me

HELLFIGHTER's picture

I would love to see you do the Stewie Dance, LOL.Tongue out The 80s had plenty of cheese. I know what you mean about Godzilla, to kids it was thd BEST, LOL. I must admit Embarassed I enjoyed GODZILLA as a kid although I couldnt sit through it now. Thing was the 80s was still the time of HAMMER studios and even when one of those flicks was bad, the British accents and gothic setups gave them a charm. A lot of those Vincent Price movies, bless his hide he was the greatest, were pretty cheesey. Lemme see, 80s. . ooohooooh theres ALLIGATOR, FUNERAL HOME ( knew one of the actors ) HUMANOIDS FROM THE DEEP, TERROR TRAIN, THE ENTITY,STRANGE BEHAVIOR,THE HUNGER, XTRO, HOWLING II AND THE REST ( NOT THE HOWLING WHICH WAS GREAT ) the ITS ALIVE series. CHOPPER CHICKS IN ZOMBIETOWN, LOBSTER MEN FROM MARS, VAMPIRES KISS with nic cage ( he dont impress me, sorry, The Howling sequels suck pretty bad and apart from the original count for about 4 bad movies in the 80s.

Yes. The guys sitting here get credit for helping me with names, LOL.

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HF! I love Family Guy! Stewart Gilligen Griffin and Brian our my favorites. Stewie does this great little hula dance and he is cute as hell when he is dancing for one of his " sexy partys".

I have no idea what is up with me today I feel real giddy! Like I wanna go outside and play!

Okay I love Godzilla and I even have some DVD's and I do still watch although I have to be in the right mood, but it truly brings up really wonderful memories, I didnt care how silly it was. Uh O I am digressing someone help!

Hammer studios? Im no familiuar with them. I do remember Fullmoon Entertainment tho and there were a coupla of others, who did Dark Angel or was it Avenging Angel does anyone remember that?

The Entity! Ha who could ever forget BH's kneeding boobies scene! I loved the Howling remember Wolfen? That was classic 80's Chopper Chicks in Zombietown! Yippie Im am having way to much fun enjoying my mis spent youth!

What about Return of the living Dead Cheese at it best. O wow how about the Gate remember that one? 976 evil and least I forget  THEY LIVE! With Rowdy Roddy Piper! HA! So many more so little time.

Okay I have a question. When I think of 60's and 70's but mostly 60's there was a genre with these very hot woman with huge breasst they were black and whites but who Im thinking of is the starring role was played by I will know her name when I see it she had a huge rack and long black hair with bangs she was always wearing lowcuts and tight pants and do any of yall know what the heck Im talking about? Kitty maybe!

BAM I got one! Blacula 70's worst Ha doing the Stewie dance!

 

 

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