10 Obviously Horrible Movies That I Can Watch Over and Over Again


Do you ever find yourself watching a really crappy movie like 100 times?  I’m not sure if it’s just because it happens to be on television all the time, but something tells me there’s more to it. When you think about it, even though you know the movie completely sucks, there has to be some kind of redeeming quality that keeps you interested. And trust me team, I’m sure many of you will disagree with these picks as they’re solely opinion, but for some reason, I can watch these 10 movies over and over again.



It’s the most unrealistic depiction of computer hacking in the history of the world.  The actual computer screen shots are retarded and it’s just an awful movie.  Still though, it’s kind of fun to imagine all of this stuff.  Plus it’s a young Angelina Jolie and lots of fun New York City stuff.  For some reason I always leave it on.

Teen Wolf 2

Teen Wolf

This is an absolutely TERRIBLE movie.  But, you can’t deny it’s always fun to watch the wolf in action.  Plus, Chunk is in the sequel.  And while the guy with the aviator glasses is pathetic, the unintentional comedy is awesome.

Side Out

Side Out

Face it.  It’s volleyball and it’s C. Thomas Howell.  The movie is awesome.

Jaws 4:  The Revenge

Jaws 4

Seeing Ellen Brody in her 60s kissing Michael Caine might be the worst thing in cinema, like ever.   However, it’s still a big shark attacking stuff. Plus Mario Van Peebles doing a Jamaican accent is entertaining enough.



Too many corny lines and action for me to take my eyes off of it.  I mean this is truly a bad movie but one of those that sort of blends with you in time.  Plus it’s still on so much that if nothing is on, I’ll let it play.

Freddy Got Fingered

Freddy Got Fingered

I don’t care what anyone says.  Tom Green is awesome.  This is a vile, disgusting, childish movie.  And yet I’m completely drawn to nearly every scene.  Plus Rip Torn?  Easily one of his best roles ever.



I mean come on.  Look how much boobage there is in this flick.

Lake Placid


A really giant alligator attacking people on a lake?  And they actually got a few big names in this movie?  I’m in.  It’s amazing how fake the alligator looks.  This movie kind of has the same allure as Jaws 4.

Love Potion Number 9

Love Potion

I think it’s watching Sandra Bullock turn from a geeky chick to one that’s kind of hot that does it for me in this movie.  I’m always into movies that have significant physical character transformations.

Across the Tracks


Watching Ricky Schroder and Brad Pitt compete as track stars?  This movie absolutely rules.

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  1. I agree, Freddy Got Fingered is awsome and all my friends hate it. For some reason i can watch bullet proof monk over and over and that is probably the worst movie ever

  2. Come On! Hackers is awesome =) Crash and Burn, totally classic.
    Here come the ‘chick’ bad movies: I am unable to turn off Father of the Bride 1 or 2, Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants and Mannequin!

  3. Rocky 4. My favorite movie of all time. Must’ve watched it at least once a week throughout my entire childhood, and still watch it 3-4 times a year. I’m 25 years old and I can say for sure that I have watched this movie at least 1000 times.

  4. I don’t think that Lake Placid is a bad movie at all. Betty White totally makes the movie awesome. It’s the prefect cheesy monster movie.

    I am totally in agreement on Love Potion #9 and Hackers though.

  5. @steve, Being that I am so bored and have this kind of time, I calculated if your claim of seeing Rocky IV at least a 1000 times was valid based on your post of being 25 y/o, having seen it at least once a week throughout your entire childhood and still watch it 3-4 times a year. So, nothing personal, just pure boredom and lack of coffee.
    Rocky IV opened on 1985, you were one year old, so I am assuming for this calculation that your childhood watching Rocky IV was from 6 to 18 (12 years), and seeing at least once a week, I’ll use 70 times a year as the basis for this calculation considering that some weeks you saw it just once. For your post-childhood years (18 to 25) I’ll use the “4 times a year” value.
    70 times 12 equals 840 times during your childhood.
    7 times 4 equals 28 times during your post-childhood Rocky IV watching experience.
    This gives me (or gives you, I should say) 840 + 28 equals 868 times of “If I can change and you can change, everybody can change!” which is short of a thousand, but come on, is a freaking huge number! I must have seen it less than 20 times.

  6. I love bad movies that are fun to watch. Here are some of my favorites.

    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
    Super Mario Bros (The Elevator scene= Epic)
    Van Helsing
    And the most horribly awesome movie there is….

    The Shadow. With Alec Baldwin.

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