31 Days of Dreadtober(2017): Attack of The Consciously Terrible Horror Movie Plots
In my eyes, there is room at the table for horror movies of all shapes and sizes for everyone to enjoy. What one man might see as a plague to be burned from the face of the earth could be someone else’s saving grace… Or drunken good time. Ever since Sharknado made it big, movies with bizarre and ridiculous plots have come out in mass. These movies tend to be low risk since they have god awful production budgets, but there is always chance they can find a home with people who are really into watching that kind of movie and gain some kind of cult following like Sharknado did.Some people just do it for the creative aspects and if so, more power to them. Here are some movies that are trying to be so bad, they’re good or maybe just make an entertaining watch to laugh about with your peeps.
Have you ever looked at a tire and thought “I bet that tire is plotting to kill me with its psychic powers?” Well if you haven’t, don’t worry. There’s a movie with that same plot. 2010’s Rubber is a dark horror comedy that will have you looking at your friendly neighborhood tires with a tinge of suspicion.
Sharks and other animals with a twist are in vogue right now. Just take a look at your Netflix and you’ll see just how right I am. Avalanche Sharks is one such movie and I even made my family watch it as I worked on an article such as this one. It is perhaps one of the worst movies I’ve ever sat through. Not even softcore titillations can save this one, but who am I to judge? Maybe a story about prehistoric snow wraiths that take the form of sharks is just what you are looking for.
At this rate, everything in your home will be turned into a monster. Attack of the Killer Donuts turns your delicious box of Krispy Kreme into a murderous rabble, hellbent on consuming human flesh. THIS TIME THE PREDATOR HAS BECOME THE PREY.
It’s not every day you get a chance to watch a movie about a homicidal turkey who makes terrible, terrible jokes as he slowly murders a group of young adults one by one. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, Thankskilling will make a great movie to watch once you’re done stuffing your face with stuffing. Don’t forget to invite the kids. (FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, I’M JOKING AND DO NOT INVITE THE KIDS)
Sharktopus VS. Whalewolf
Standing as a sequel of sorts to the lauded Sharktopus, this movie pits the disgusting aberration against another equally ridiculous aberration. The movie stars Casper Van Dein of Starship Troopers fame and is a Scyfy channel original movie. I guess there’s that.
P.S. You’re welcome.