5 Movies You Can’t Unsee

We’ve all seen them.  Movies so bad, so disturbing, so ridiculous that no matter what you do, no matter how many years pass, they haunt your mind.  Maybe this kind of thing interests you.  Maybe you have so much time on your hands’ thanks to this lovely virus that you want to see some of these cringe-worthy films.  Well, brace yourselves because here is 5 to start you off.

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (1978)

So, ya.  Not rocket science.  Tomatoes become living, thinking, beings and develop an immense hatred towards humans.  The film follows them trying to destroy us all.  Tomatoes.  Trying to kill us.  I think all of those drugs from the 1960’s finally caught up to Hollywood in 1978.

Joe’s Apartment (1996)

Cockroaches live in this guy’s apartment and have parties of their own, mess with him trying to score with the ladies and eventually, make nice.  It’s a few steps above a living lice colony in your nether regions and a few steps below Ted.  MTV really flexed their artistic might on this one.

Joe’s Apartment

Boxing Helena (1993)

Hey, who are we to judge one’s fantasies or fetishes.  But a movie about becoming obsessed over a girl, kidnapping her, and then turning her into a multi-limb amputee?  I mean possibly pushing the boundaries of a film you can watch with pleasure and then move on from.  If this is in your top 10 list of anything other than things you cannot unsee, kindly stay the hell away from all of us.

Showgirls (1995)

Right when many of us were on the verge of moving from innocent pre-teens to disgusting teenagers, Hollywood decided to rip our innocence from us once and for all.  This movie stars wholesome feminist character Elizabeth Berkley from Saved By The Bell fame as a Midwestern gal committed to making it in Sin City.  Well, that plotline takes a pretty big twist when she isn’t good enough to be a Showgirl so instead, much like many nurses and teachers before her, decides to become a stripper.  Dry humping, death by the stiletto, and more exist in this riveting film that introduced the world to NC-17 ratings and destroyed our memories of Jessie Spano.

The Leprechaun (1993)

And finishing out our list, Jennifer Aniston getting terrorized by Willow?  Yes please.  What isn’t there to love about a murderous, wackjob Irish folk character chasing around a woman who would become a global sex symbol?  Luckily for all of us, they made sequels.

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