1. Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman
Scared of snowmen? Well, you will be after watching this truly ghastly sequel. The worst scene involves someone’s tongue getting ripped out by the titular Jack. Yikes.
2. Critters 2: The Main Course
Critters 2 is the second of 4 movies based on the evil (and hungry) little aliens. In this sequel, the alien bounty hunters crash in on the critters as they feast on burgers at a fast food restaurant, hoping to blow them to smithereens once and for all.
3. Sorority House Massacre II
Guess they didn’t run out of sorority girls to terrify on the first go.
4. Leprechaun 4: In Space
The Leprechaun series is one of the most iconic franchises in the “ridiculous horror movie” category - most of the films went straight to video, such as the fourth installation in which the Leprechaun brutalizes a variety of characters aboard a space ship.
5. ThanksKilling 3
Killer turkey? Check. Worms from outer space? Check. Strange puppets, hilarious plot holes and an inexplicable 16-bit ending? Check check check.
6. Troll 2
This Troll sequel (not directly associated with the first movie) is so amazingly bad that it was the subject of a documentary titled “Best Worst Movie.” That ought to give you an idea of what to expect out of this masterpiece of cheese.
7. Anaconda 3: Offspring
What else could make yet another movie about a giant killer snake better other than the presence of non other than David Hasselhoff in the lead?
8. The Gate II: Trespassers
This sequel to The Gate pretty much follows the same plot: a group of friends summons a demonic creature and horror ensues. The movie was so hard to release that despite being filmed in 1988, it was not released in the US until 1992.
9. Hobgoblins 2
Even though it is stylized to look just like its 1988 predecessor, Hobgoblins 2 was released some 11 years later. Unfortunately, the campy copy was received even less well than the original.
10. Lake Placid 3
Lake Placid 3, just like the other two Lake Placid installments, with horrible CGI on top.