2014 Awards – Worst Horror

Through the month of January I will be looking back on 2014, I will be looking at a range of subjects where I will be picking my best or worst in separate posts.

Today I will be look at Worst Horror, there were some terrible horror films this year I am only going to look at the worst of the worst though.

Mentions that could have been number one;

The Quiet Onesquiet onesI was excited about this film, but in the end it was a giant let down with nothing really happening and plenty of poor jump scares. My Review

The Houses October Builtlogo A found footage film based on the idea of searching for the scariest Halloween experience, yeah extreme tourism is just not my thing. My Review

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Oneslogo Yet another one too the series that is really starting to get boring now, this time we get a completely new group of people but the same outcome.

Oculus occulusA haunted mirror, yeah that is right, this lack the scares required and the jumping between time periods just got confusing. My Review

My pick for worst

Leprechaun: OriginslogoA remake of a cult classic that loses all what made the original fun, this just turns into a very very bad creature feature. My Review

7 comments

  1. I watched “The Houses October Built” ‘on-demand’ recently, and I thought it was awful from start to finish, I truly almost found it unwatchable.

      • The premise sounded interesting, and was something I couldn’t remember having seen before. I certainly don’t find fault with the cast, because they were doing their best, I am sure, with the paltry amount they had to work with, but every other aspect of the film needed tremendous improvement.

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