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Halloween Ready? 8 B-List Horror Flicks That Are So Bad, It’s Scary

Are we supposed to laugh or cry?

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So you’ve already marathoned through our list of obscure horror movies and drank all the wine and beer pairings in our classic film guide. Now what? You move on to the B-listers, of course.

These eight movies (sometimes available on Netflix) are so bad, they’ll give you nightmares.

Zombeavers (2014)

Screenshot via Epic Pictures Group on Youtube

Screenshot via Epic Pictures Group on Youtube

A “horde of ferocious zombie beavers” crashes a woodland cabin full of horny college kids.

Five-star quote: “I’ve never seen a real beaver before up close.”

Bad Milo! (2013)

A man is so stressed out that a living, breathing alien-thing grows inside of him and starts walking around in the world. Out of that plot synopsis we get scenes like this:

Screenshot via Netflix

Screenshot via Netflix

Burying the Ex (2014)

Honor Anton Yelchin’s memory and give this horror rom-com a spin. When his overbearing ex dies in an accident, he thinks his problems are solved — until she comes back to haunt him.

Five-star quote: “Hey baby, you ever bang a zombie? Once you go undead, it’s never been better in bed.”

Wolfcop (2014)

The title says it all. Boozehound cop becomes a werewolf. Small town hijinks ensue in a costume that’s more Party City than convincing wolfman.

The Brainiac (1962)

Good old fashion “braaaains!” and evil spirits come together for a campy black-and-white flick.

Nymph (2014)

Also known as Killer Mermaid, this film turns a Mediterranean vacation for two women into an underwater death trap.

3-Headed Shark Attack (2015)

If you loved Sharknado and thought Jaws could use two more heads, get ready for this mutant mind-fuck.

Spiders (2000)

Mutant spiders take over the NYC subway, which, granted, is a legitimately horrifying notion. What’s scarier is the year 2000’s bad CGI and dramatic effects.

Five-star quote: “This is creepy… like a bad science fiction movie.”

 

 

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