The Worst Sci-Fi Movies of All Time
Movies have been the biggest form of entertainment in the last few decades and unsurprisingly they have reached heights that would be hard to get them down from. It is now a multi-billion dollar industry that has numerous genres under it. While there have been some really outstanding pieces of production in the field, there are also those, who are better forgotten.
The sci-fi genre is no different. While it has seen its fair share of brilliant movies and blockbusters, there are also some movies that are frankly embarrassing. They are so bad that, completely watching them in itself is an achievement of huge proportions. The thing here is, the worst of them are quite infamous for being the worst. So much so that, they are viewed as comedies and have quite a reputation for being hilarious.
This by a clear mile has to be the worst sci-fi movies that was ever made. This doesn’t even fall to the category of extremely bad but funny, but rather falls into the category of unbearable to watch. Made by Phil Tucker, one of the worst filmmakers ever to make movies and well known for being so, brings out this flimsy piece of production starring the lead in a space helmet and a gorilla suit.
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
As the title itself suggests, the movie is pretty horrible. It is one of the most infamous movies in the list, given the status it has achieved as a horrible sci-fi flick. Martians kidnap Santa and bring him to their planet for their children, and that’s really about as far as the story goes. The only reason to watch this one is for the sheer novelty of just how weird it is.
If I were to describe the movie Zaat in one word, it would be lunacy. The movie is based on a story where a Nazi scientist who injects himself with a formula that transforms him into a catfish-like creature. The movie has become famous due to the sheer lunacy of its story and is one of the all-time worst sci-fi movies.
The Man Who Saved The World
Better known by a generation of people as Turkish Star Wars, The Man Who Saved the World is one of the worst sci-fi movies ever made but, yeah there is a but. It is one of the most hilarious movies you will ever watch simply because of the collections of original scores and scenes that have been blatantly copied into the movie.