The 15 Worst R-rated Movies Ever Made

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5. The Devil Inside (2012)
> Genre: Horror
> Director(s): William Brent Bell
> Starring: Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth, Ionut Grama
> Box office gross: $53.3 million

A young woman travels to an Italian hospital to discover what really happened to her mother during an exorcism. Rotten Tomatoes critics called the movie “a cheap, choppy unscary mess, featuring one of the worst endings in recent memory.”

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4. I Know Who Killed Me (2007)
> Genre: Crime, Mystery, Thriller
> Director(s): Chris Sivertson
> Starring: Lindsay Lohan, Julia Ormond, Neal McDonough, Bonnie Aarons
> Box office gross: $7.5 million

A missing woman (played by Lindsay Lohan) reappears, but says she is someone else. The Chicago Tribune called it “incoherent and semi-vile.”

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3. Stan Helsing (2009)
> Genre: Comedy, Family, Fantasy
> Director(s): Bo Zenga
> Starring: Steve Howey, Diora Baird, Kenan Thompson, Desi Lydic
> Box office gross: Not available

Stan, who works at a video rental store, heads to a party after work with some friends on Halloween. Along the way they encounter a slew of monsters from horror movie history. One critic said, “This might be the cheapest-looking production of the year.”

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2. Fifty Shades of Black (2016)
> Genre: Comedy
> Director(s): Michael Tiddes
> Starring: Marlon Wayans, Kali Hawk, Fred Willard, Mike Epps
> Box office gross: $11.7 million

In a spoof of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” a young college student gets involved with a man she interviews for her school paper. Rotten Tomatoes critics called it “wildly erratic even for a spoof movie.”

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1. Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (2011)
> Genre: Comedy
> Director(s): Tom Brady
> Starring: Nick Swardson, Don Johnson, Christina Ricci, Stephen Dorff
> Box office gross: $2.3 million

Fired from his job at a local grocery store, young Bucky leaves Iowa and heads to California to become a porn star. TimeOut described the movie as “dire, soul-crushing stuff.”