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9 of the Best Worst Horror Movies Ever Made

Be careful what you chug, especially if you’re a character in Street Trash.
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If your horror-movie enjoyment requires high production values, plots delivered without yawning holes, and dialogue that always makes sense, well, best move along. If, however, you delight in horror that’s so “bad” it’s gone all the way back to good—and is genuinely entertaining—have we got a fun list for you.

Fuad Ramses worships his golden goddess.
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1) Blood Feast

In the early 1960s, exploitation filmmaker Herschell Gordon Lewis surveyed the drive-in landscape and decided it needed to get a lot bloodier. History would go on to call Lewis, who was a marketing genius first and foremost, the “Godfather of Gore,” and it all started with Blood Feast, the tale of a mysterious caterer named Fuad Ramses (played with appropriate wild-eyed energy by Lewis go-to Mal Arnold) who becomes obsessed with collecting body parts to bring an Egyptian goddess back to life. Blood Feast’s most infamous gag—literally—still holds up over 50 years later; you’d be hard-pressed to find a more disgusting tongue-ripping scene. The rest of the movie, made on the cheap, hasn’t held up as well, but its kookier elements (including what’s clearly a spray-painted mannequin standing in for a statue of the goddess, and the mention of a book titled Ancient Weird Religious Rites) only add to its charm.

2) Street Trash

Before there’s even a line of dialogue, there’s a fart joke; before the opening credits come to an end, there’s full-frontal male and female nudity. This cheerfully lurid 1987 cult classic (or clas-sick, if you will) follows

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