2. Quarantine (2008)
If bad acting weren’t enough to ruin this movie, the premise would definitely do it on its own. Documenting a reporter and her cameraman quarantined in an apartment building, this movie features bad acting, a bad script, and when the “heroine” of the movie finally disappears, I was compelled to cheer. This movie was so bad, I don’t even have an idea of how it could be improved.
1. The Haunting of Molly Hartley
Note to self: if in writing a film script, you require an hour and fifteen minutes of backstory to make your audience understand what is going on, get a better plot. They didn't heed that advice with this movie. The titular Molly Hartley isn’t even haunted, she’s cursed to become something on her eighteenth birthday. I use the word "something" because that’s exactly what the movie tells you. Has she become a demon? A ghost? A zombie? A spoiled teenaged girl who suddenly starts wearing a lot of black and too much red lipstick? I don’t really know. Obviously, neither did the writers.
Now that the autumn leaves have begun their yearly descent from the trees and the temperature grows too cold to spend more time outside than is absolutely necessary, cuddle up with your Nanny, your favorite fall candy, and my list of the best and worst Halloween media. It always works for me.