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10 Ridiculous Horror Movies You'd Be Surprised Have Sequels

Some horror movies are so bad, Hollywood decided to give them a second, third or fourth try. From evil leprechauns to oversized alligators, here are the best of the worst sequels. You can also check out a new, chilling film about living in debt, and even enter for a chance to win $10,000 to pay for college or pay back your loans.

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1. Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman

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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

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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.

4. Leprechaun 4: In Space

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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.

6. Troll 2

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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

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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

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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

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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.

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