Watch the Trailers for the 10 Worst-Voted Movies Ever on IMDb

Ever seen a film so bad, you just had to visit IMDb to give the flick a score of 1?

Well, many have, so we thought: Why only give good films the spotlight? We’ve decided to get a little masochistic and take a look at the trailers for what the users on the Internet Movie Database have voted to be the 10 worst movies… ever! Interestingly, 9 of the 10 films are from the 2000s, so it looks like not many of us are being disgusted with the more, let’s say, old-school films and wanting to vote on our displeasure.

Featuring two Paris Hilton movies, two abysmal sequels no one ever asked for, a horror video game adaptation from infamous director Uwe Boll, and more, this list features some truly cringey, embarrassing, what-were-they-thinking additions to the world of cinema. But hey, as they say, one man’s trash…

You never know, perhaps some are of the ‘so bad, they’re good for a getting wasted-AF drinking game’ variety? Without further ado, take a look at the trailers for the 10 worst-voted movies (at the time of writing) on IMDb…

10. Son of the Mask (2005) – 2.0 IMDb score




9. Pledge This! (2006) – 1.8 IMDb score




8. House of the Dead (2003) – 2.0 IMDb score




7. The Hottie & the Nottie (2008) – 1.9 IMDb score




6. Saving Christmas (2014) – 1.4 IMDb score




5. Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010) – 1.8 IMDb score




4. Manos: The Hands of Fear (1996) – 1.9 IMDb score




3. Code Name: K.O.Z. (2015) – 1.9 IMDb score




2. Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004) – 1.9 IMDb score




1. Disaster Movie (2008) – 1.9 IMDb score




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Guillermo, Founder and Manager of Screen Realm, lives and breathes all things screen and pop culture. He has over eight years' experience in the media landscape in a career that has encompassed television, radio, and the online space. When he's not working hard on Screen Realm, you can find him at a local Sydney cinema or catching up on his ever-growing list of must-watch TV shows. He's also started a video podcast with his wife, Cassandra. Find the LOUD OBSERVERS right HERE.