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5 Movies That Were So Terrible, They Were Actually Good.

Movies don't always win Oscars, but sometimes the bad ones are SO bad, they are actually entertaining to watch for a whole new reason. Here are 5 movies we have found that are so terrible, they are actually funny and enjoyable. WARNING: THIS CONTAINS SPOILERS! 5. Drag Me To Hell A woman competing for a promotion…

Drag me to Hell

A woman competing for a promotion at her job as a Loan Officer, refuses an older woman a loan to show her boss she is tough, but the older woman throws a fit, and curses her. Now the woman has to try to reverse the curse before the devil comes to take her soul to Hell.

The movie itself isn’t all that scary, but it does make you jump once in a while. A good horror movie is all about the suspense, and not about the surprise. This movie acts more as a comedy with a horror storyline. From the amount of things that she gets in her mouth, to the talking devil goat, this movie is a weird and crazy ride.

You also get to see Justin Long (Jeepers Creepers, Accepted) and Alison Lohman (Gamer, Big Fish) in this quirky not-really-horror movie.
P.S. She gets vomit, dentures, hair, and eyeballs in her mouth (some of these more than once).


The film is about a tire. This tire has telepathic powers, and can blow things up with its mind. The tire rolls into town (quite literally), and discovers a mysterious woman that it seems to be attracted to, and follows/stalks her. If that weren’t enough, you also get to see an audience watching the tire from a distance with binoculars.

The movie itself is very weird, but full of laughs. The audience you get to see has interesting things happen to them as they continue to watch the tire and that is where the majority of the dialogue in the movie takes place. The tire itself has no dialogue because the director didn’t want to make it unbelievable…

From watching the tire blow up its first object, to seeing how the police force gets involved in trying to stop the tire, this movie makes is impossible to predict what will happen.

Battlefield Earth

The movie is set in the year 3,000 and humans have been enslaved by an alien race. The humans, being driven near to extinction, need to fight the alien race and regain control with the help of a man named Tyler.

With names like John Travolta (Pulp Fiction, Grease), Forest Whitaker (Vantage Point, The Butler) and Barry Pepper (The Green Mile, Saving Private Ryan) you would think that this movie would have been great.
Mostly being funded by John Travolta, this movie was made to try to describe the origin story of the Scientology religion, but the sub-par script and poor marketing made this movie an absolute flop, and actually bankrupted one of the studios that helped Travolta produce it.

With the terrible looking aliens, the unbelievable dialogue and gigantic plot holes, you have yourself a terribly made comedy. However, going in with the expectations that it is a poorly made movie to be laughed at and watching it with a group of people, it could be a really fun experience.


A tornado on the ocean picks up a school of sharks and starts to throw them around downtown Los Angeles, causing mayhem and destruction.
First off, this film was a “made for TV SiFi movie” that everyone was watching because of the terrible storyline. Let’s be serious though, what could be more entertaining than watching people get eaten by flying sharks? Maybe someone cutting a flying shark in half with a chainsaw?

The Fabulous Journey of Mr. Bilbo Baggins the Hobbit

This movie is a loose adaptation of J. R. R. Tolkien’s book “The Hobbit” which follows Bilbo Baggins as he goes on an adventure.

If you are looking for a straight adaptation of The Hobbit, then you will not want to see this movie. If you want to see a movie to laugh at then this is the one. The spiders in the movies are puppets, and the Goblins are just humans with a little make-up.