Top 5 Worst Horror Movies You Should Never Watch – Part 3

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Over the past few years, specifically the
last couple years, with films like Midsommar and Hereditary, we have been shown that there
are still quite a few original stories needing to be told. However, although there are good movies hidden
like a gem in the sand, there are still a ton of awful ones that people just won’t
seem to stop distributing. So today on Top 5 Scary Videos, I’m going
to be counting down our list of the Top 5 Worst Horror Movies You Should Never Watch
– Part 3. Before we begin, be sure to stick around until
the end of the video where I’ll be responding to some of your comments. And with that, let’s jump in. 5 The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence)
Now, that preview makes you think this film could in fact be somewhat passable, right? Well, you’re wrong. I just haven’t shown you the 30+ human centipede
sequence yet. Now, if you have watched the first or second
Human Centipede movies, then you’ll know exactly what you’re in for. Gross-out visuals, hell-bent on topping their
predecessor. Now, many didn’t expect Tom Six to return
for Human Centipede 3, especially after the barrage of hate and many angrily vacating
the theatre during the screenings of the first two movies. Yet, here he is. Now, it may be hard to believe, but this third
film is drastically more horrific than the first two, and Dieter Laser returns once more
as the demented one in charge, however, this time as Bill Boss, the sadistic warden of
a Texas Prison which is failing. What descends is something truly disturbing
and stomach-turning, with Variety even stating, I quote, “Tom Six’s, largest-scaled and
most lamentable entry yet in the gross-out horror series manages to be completely obnoxious
even before the gross stuff kicks in.” Surprisingly, Hollywood legend Eric Roberts
made an appearance in the movie — I guess he’ll accept any role at this point. The entire film is a horror gimmick, that
was dead upon arrival. The film entirely lacks substance, cinematic
fortitude, and story-telling value, instead, all it has to show is a solid 18% on Rotten
Tomatoes. 4 Blood Diner (1987)
This trainwreck was released back in 1987, and follows two brothers who are entrusted
by their uncle to uphold the ritualistic cannibalism of the ancient cult of Sheetar. In order to do so, they have to prepare a
feast of sacrifice for the resurrection of their goddess. Yeah, it felt dumb even saying that. However, the two brothers are not alone in
the task, they are joined by the animated brain and genitals of their uncle. I really wish I was joking. They go on to kill unsuspecting women in an
attempt to get all the required body parts needed for a blood feast to resurrect their
Egyptain Goddess. Now, what is truly baffling is that this film
holds a 50% approval, however, this is based on 5 reviews. With one reviewer stating, “I had a blast
watching Blood Diner. It is funny, full of some excellent death
scenes, and is just a lot of fun to watch in general.” — Umm, I wildly disagree, but to each their
own. The film literally has a scene which shows
the two brothers attend a topless aerobics class and gun down everyone in the place. Of course there had to be unnecessary nudity. A truly terrible horror movie can’t exist
without it. Right? 3 The Beast of Yucca Flats (1961)
This film is honestly a joke, and perhaps one of the worst things I have ever seen. Released in 1961, and directed by Coleman
Francis, yeah, dude has a last name for his first name, and first name for his last name. Baffling. Anyway, the film follows a defecting Soviet
scientist who is hit by a nuclear explosion near Yucca Flats and roams around as a beast. Because, of course it wouldn’t kill you,
no, just mutate you. Now, some of the films on our list, including
this one, gained notoriety for being featured on Mystery Science Theatre 3000 which, for
those who don’t know, was an American television series which followed evil scientists who
forced a host and a bunch of captive robots watch bad “B” movies, and forced to comment
on them in order to remain sane. It’s comical, and introduced us to some
of the worst of the worst. Which has been a blessing and a curse. From the off the movie was doomed to fail
— it starred Tor Johnson, a former wrestler, and the movie was filmed in silent, with voice
overs and sound effects added later. Yeah. So, as you would expect, the result was something
truly horrendous — a movie where the picture and sound in no way synch up, and the characters
only speak when there faces are off camera. The action scenes are laughable, and the effects
are atrocious, even for the 60’s. Honestly, there’s not much to say about
this film, other than it’s bad, it’s just really, really bad. 2 Creepshow 3 (2006)
Now, I’m sure some will argue with me about this number, because Creepshow seems to have
one dedicated and passionate fanbase, however, I do not exist in that fanbase, and have no
problem sh*ting all over this movie. Released in 2006, Creepshow 3 is the second
sequel to Creepshow which was released all the way back in 1982, and features five new
tales of horror: “Alice”, “The Radio”, “Call Girl”, “The Professor’s Wife”,
and “Haunted Dog”. All bad, all unworthy of your time. Now, the fanbase around Creepshow has always
been loud and intense, and that is because it was built by George Romero and Stephen
King, two horror giants. The success of the first two films even led
King and Romero to the small screen for Tales From the Darkside. And, 20 years later, along came Creepshow
2, and then, out of the mud crawled Creepshow 3, a sequel which was supposed to titillate
and terrifying audiences. And guess what? It did neither of those things. It performed so terrible, it received 0% on
Rotten Tomatoes. That’s right. Not one person that it was deserving of a
rating. Now, many credit that lackluster performance
due to King and Romero stepping away from the project, probably for the best honestly. The film tried it’s hardest to bank on the
fan popularity of the franchise, but alas, the writers and directors had almost zero
knowledge of what makes for an effective horror movie. All in all,the film is a mishmash of cringe,
special effects, and sloppy character development. Honestly, the character development almost
doesn’t even exist. And, of course, don’t get me started on
the laughable vignettes that attempt to link together all of the short films in this anthology. 1 Manos: The Hands of Fate (1966)
Now, I should begin by saying that this film as an overall rating over 1.9/10 on imdb,
yeah. That’s how fantastic this movie is. 1.9. If you’re unfamiliar, which I’m sure a
lot of you will be, this film was released in 1966, and follows a family who get lost
on the road and stumble upon a hidden, underground, devil-worshiping cult led by the fearsome
Master and his servant Torgo. Now, you may think that plot doesn’t sound
all bad, right? Just you wait. The film stars no one of merit, I know this
because there imdb pages don’t have pictures and that in itself speaks volumes. The film did in fact receive a lot of attention,
and in retrospect, I think this is why it received the high rating it did, because honestly,
it deserves much worse. To begin, Manos: The Hands of Fate, literally
translates to “Hands: The Hands of Fate”. Yeah, I’m not joking. And this is all thanks to the writer, director,
editor, and star of the film, Harold P. Warren, who alleged that anyone could make a good
horror film — but I’m guessing he just chose not to? Now, this isn’t one of those films that
it’s so bad it’s good. It’s so bad, it’s bad, and then bad again. Horror Freak News even stated, “It isn’t
one of those flicks that happens to be so wretched that it’s actually enjoyable, it’s
just…wretched.” Shots fired. Now, following the release of the film, the
creator either had a wake up call, or was feeling the heat, because Warren quickly claimed
that he felt Manos was the worst film ever made, and he suggested that it might make
a passable comedy if it were to be re-dubbed. Just give up, nothing can salvage this trainwreck. Well, there we have it! Do you guys agree with our list? Were there any terrible horror movies that
we missed? Leave us all your thoughts and feelings in
the comments down below and perhaps we can do a part 4. Before I go though, I just want to respond
to a few comments from one of our last videos, Top 5 Scary Books That Should Be Turned Into
Horror Movies. Courtney Pie “Lucy always reads a handful
of comments and Jack reads ONE, if any at all, and then rushes off.” — Whoa, shots fired. Imma have to talk to Jack about this. Alucard Vladimir said “I am so glad I watched
this because I’ve been looking for the name of the one novel I read when I was young and
now I know it, thanks Lucy. Haunted. Again you’re amazing Lucy.” — You’re very welcome. I had also forgotten the name of the book
until researching this list. I’m thinking about revisiting it. The Juice Beetle said “This channel needs
a new host.” — Well then, no fun videos for you. MamaBear said “Lucy I loved this video…What
about “The Divine Comedy of Dante’s Inferno” I would love to see that in a movie. Please read this in your next video please.” — Done! That book is great, and terrifying, and disturbing. It may be a little too much to be turned into
a movie, but I like where your heads at. And on that disturbing note, if you haven’t
already, be sure to give this video a big thumbs up, subscribe, and turn on notifications
so you never miss another scary vid. And until next time, see ya later.

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