What Is The Worst Movie To Be Stuck With In Quarantine?

Pretend there is no Netflix.

Pretend the internet is out.

Pretend all you have is a group of DVDs, and that is your only source of entertainment.

What would be the worst movies to be stuck watching over, and over, and over again?

There are a few methods to the madness here: picking crappy movies, picking movies that might cause sadness or picking movies with twists that will get stale. I'll go over a few of our selections...

In terms of movies, 'Meet the Spartans' is the literal definition of trash. Going back through the crappy bits and references is funny...

Okay, an ironic chuckle, but now imagine watching that nonstop for months. You'd put your fucking head through your TV.

My. Word.

For a few of my picks, I had the idea that you wouldn't want to be stuck with movies that tease you of something better. Like, for example, 'The Lion King 1 1/2'

Imagine thinking to yourself, "wow, I'd love to watch a classic like 'The Lion King'," and then you get this version… which is just the movie from the perspective of Timon and Pumbaa. Wow! Exhilarating. You get just a little bit of the good stuff, not the whole course.

The same can be said for the remakes of 'Point Break' and 'Bewitched'

I still can't believe they went through with this movie. 'Point Break' is a classic and this is so, so bad and, on top of it, might give you a splitting migraine with its bizarre color balancing and visual look.

Look, I wouldn't be seeking out the original 'Bewitched' or anything, but if I had a choice, I am not picking the one with Will Ferrell and Nicole Kidman.

What an absolute piece of shit movie.

Back to the idea of headaches…

'Transformers: The Last Knight' is one of the loudest, and horniest, movies I have ever seen in my life. The only thing that it lacked was a good handful of bathroom humor, which you can find in 'The Master of Disguise'…

That's an all-time villain trait, laughing and farting. Love it.

Lastly, speaking of poop, imagine being stuck with this movie…

It still doesn't feel right that we let 'The Human Centipede' happen. The sequels are even worse, too, at least they somewhat took the original seriously. But it is so fucking vile and repulsive that I can't imagine having to re-watch it multiple times.

What would be the worst movie to be stuck with in your eyes?

As always, listen to Lights Camera Barstool where we discussed the matter…