In what may be the most perplexing entry on this list, 2003's The Cat in the Hat has become one of SNL alumni Mike Myers' most polarizing works.
It's a tragic thing to see when performers, known for delighting audiences with their talent, miss the mark entirely and leave viewers with that crippling 'second-hand embarrassment' feeling.
Being in a world where superhero movies are currently money-making machines for studios, it's entertaining to look back at a time when the film industry just couldn't nail down the transition from comics to screen.
Described by SBS as "the film Marvel is too embarrassed to talk about", 1986’s Howard the Duck centers on a sarcastic anthropomorphic bird that has to save the world from Dark Overlord.
A hilariously cheesy wonder, The Giant Spider Invasion is one of the most entertaining B Movies of the 1970s.
What was originally conceptualized as a marketing tool for McDonald's mixed with a shameless rehash of E.T., Mac and Me makes no attempt to hide what it is.
Considered to be the grandfather of all 'so bad it's good' movies, it requires multiple viewings in order to catch all the mistakes on display here.
For those brave adventurers on the hunt for the worst movie of all time, it would be foolish to overlook Birdemic: Shock and Terror.
No bad movie list is complete without mentioning the works of Neil Breen, a filmmaker in a class of his own
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