The 15 Worst R-rated Movies Ever Made

Source: Courtesy of Lionsgate

15. Skinwalkers (2006)
> Genre: Action, Fantasy, Horror
> Director(s): James Isaac
> Starring: Jason Behr, Elias Koteas, Rhona Mitra, Natassia Malthe
> Box office gross: $1.0 million

Skinwalkers are werewolves and this movie has something to do with a half-werewolf boy and his mother and two warring factions, but the plot seems incomprehensible and that’s one reason it’s on our list. The Rotten Tomatoes critics consensus is that this is an atrociously acted movie with ineptly staged action sequences.

Source: Courtesy of IFC Midnight

14. ATM (2012)
> Genre: Horror, Thriller
> Director(s): David Brooks
> Starring: Alice Eve, Josh Peck, Brian Geraghty, Mike O’Brian
> Box office gross: Not available

This is the story of three people who get trapped in an ATM booth by a hooded man. Rotten Tomatoes critics describe this as a miserable, silly story full of holes.

Source: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox

13. The Pyramid (2014)
> Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
> Director(s): Grégory Levasseur
> Starring: Ashley Hinshaw, James Buckley, Denis O’Hare, Christa Nicola
> Box office gross: $2.8 million

A team of archaeologists get lost in an Egyptian pyramid and discover they’re being hunted by an evil creature. “Avoid at all costs, unless you need a good nap, or a bad history lesson on ancient Egypt,” says one review. And that’s one of the better ones.

Source: Courtesy of Senator Distribution

12. The Informers (2008)
> Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
> Director(s): Gregor Jordan
> Starring: Billy Bob Thornton, Kim Basinger, Mickey Rourke, Jon Foster
> Box office gross: $300,000

“The Informers” consists of loosely connected stories set in Los Angeles and featuring several stars you’ve heard of and sex, drugs, and violence. That might sound promising — but the movie isn’t, according to the critics, who describe it as miserable and insipid.

Source: Courtesy of CBS Films

11. Get a Job (2016)
> Genre: Comedy
> Director(s): Dylan Kidd
> Starring: Miles Teller, Anna Kendrick, Bryan Cranston, Nicholas Braun
> Box office gross: Not available million

This movie is about a couple of college grads who have trouble getting the right job. It is described as “painfully unfunny” and critics note that it wasn’t released until several years after it was made — and even then it disappeared. That’s too bad as it does have some highly regarded actors.