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Movies That Should Have Never Been Made

This is part 2 of my “Movies that should have never been made” post. I still feel the same way I did when I wrote the first post, I just don’t get how these disasters get made when there is a sea of other material out there.  The other way to look at it is you do need an example of what not to do, a standard of where to set the bar.  I have come to the conclusion that these are actually not horror films at all, they are comedic attempts to poke fun at the horror genre. (See trailer gallery)

Jack Frost (1997) –  A comedic horror about a serial killer named Jack Frost. While being transported to his execution Jack Frost crashes into an experimental genetics truck.  The material on the truck causes Jacks body to mutate into a killer snowman that takes revenge on the man who put him there. 

Gingerdead man (2005) – An ancient curse mixed with blood resurrect the body and soul of an executed killer who returns as a murderous gingerbread man.  The film’s slogan is “Evil never taste so good”. Really?

Attack of the killer tomatoes (1978) – This title is pretty self-explanatory.  Categorized as a musical horror and a spoof of B movies the film is about disgruntled tomatoes that decide to revolt against humanity.

Leprechaun  (1993) – A psychotic mythical creature, practically six-centuries-old, terrorize a North Dakota suburb during its murder spree.  To appeal to an older audience multiple re-shoots were done to add more gore.