The movies that did make our list were of a higher profile for the most part, although we did include a few lo-budget DTV flicks because they deserved to feel our true wrath.
So here are our Worst Horror Movies of 2013, and a few Honorable Mentions that didn't quite make the top of the list. Remember to keep in mind that while taste is surely subjective, our disdain for the following films comes from an absolutely objective place.
Enjoy. (Not the movies, but our scathing indictments of them!)
*For in-depth reasoning behind our choices, be sure to check out our original reviews of them, via the handy link provided.
|The Lords of Salem|
Our Review of Lords of Salem.
Our Review of Argento's Dracula 3D.
|The Devil's Pass|
Our Review of The Devil's Pass.
Our Review of The Purge.
|Hidden in the Woods|
Our Review of Hidden in the Woods.
|The Last Exorcism Part 2|
Anywho, this movie is nowhere as good as the first one, and that's saying a lot. We really liked The Last Exorcism, despite its flaws, but this sequel seems to be made up of only flaws. This movie was nothing more than a string of tired gags played out over a stale story, with a ton of jump scares thrown in for good measure. By the time we got to the scene where (Whoa-oh, Black Betty) Abalam tried to make sweet love to Nell, we were finished. Just a poor effort that should have been far better than it was.
Our Review of The Last Exorcism Part 2.
We did not review Shiver.
Our Review of Evidence.
Our Review of Hallows' Eve.
Our Review of Hell Baby.
Black Rock and Girls Against Boys were your typical Backwoods Survival/Rape-Revenge movies; both tried forcing their own special message of female empowerment down our throats, and both missed their intended marks completely. Black Rock was better than Girls Against Boys, but both of them were better than the shit pile that was I Spit on Your Grave 2. Oh, Rape-Revenge movies, when will you ever learn.
Come Out and Play was a weak remake of a great flick, and All Hallow's Eve was a bunch of YouTube shorts strung together in Anthology form.
A Haunted House was horrendous. Riddle wasn't much better.
Sharknado was Sharknado.
Also, Stephanie Meyer needs to stop writing her shitty Mary Sue-centric tween romance schlock too, because there's just no excuse for The Host.
The Best Movies of 2013 are up next. That list will hurt less, we promise.