This Is the Worst Movie of All Time

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18. I Accuse My Parents (1944)
> IMDb average rating: 2.5/10 (2,955 votes)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 5% (554 votes)
> Starring: Robert Lowell, Mary Beth Hughes, John Miljan, Vivienne Osborne

In this 1940s-era film, a teenager accused of manslaughter blames his neglectful parents for his crime. The film’s message is for parents to take care of their children, or the kids will end up as criminals.

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17. Las Vegas Serial Killer (1986)
> IMDb average rating: 2.9/10 (167 votes)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 0% (1,126 votes)
> Starring: Pierre Agostino, Ron Jason, Chris Cave, Kathryn Downey

A serial killer is released from a Nevada prison and immediately goes on a killing spree in Las Vegas. His crimes become known as the “Glitter Gulch Holocaust.” What happened in Vegas didn’t stay in Vegas this time.

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16. The Singing Forest (2003)
> IMDb average rating: 1.9/10 (664 votes)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 12% (321 votes)
> Starring: Jon Sherrin, Erin Leigh Price, Eric Morris, David Guzzone

In this romantic fantasy, a widower believes he is the reincarnation of a German resistance fighter. He then believes his daughter’s fiancé is actually his gay lover from a past life. Then he realizes his daughter is actually a ghost. In the end, the two men marry. Got it?

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15. Immortally Yours (2009)
> IMDb average rating: 2.2/10 (712 votes)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 8% (7,907 votes)
> Starring: Daniel Goddard, Kat Hawks, Eric Etebari, Joshua G. Joseph

A vampire wants to break free of his immortal life with the help of a doctor. However, the doctor works for a nefarious group that wants to harvest the vampire’s genes for immortality. The group jets off into space in the end while the now-cured vampire and the doctor’s daughter begin a life together.

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14. Mean Mother (1973)
> IMDb average rating: 2.8/10 (418 votes)
> Rotten Tomatoes audience score: 0% (962 votes)
> Starring: Dobie Gray, Dennis Safren

Two soldiers — one played by R&B singer Dobie Gray (“The In Crowd”), billed as Clifton Brown — desert during the Vietnam War and end up involved in criminal activities in Europe. “Mean Mother” is an early example of the Blaxploitation films of the 1970s.