|#||Film||Image||Release Date||Status on Rotten Tomatoes/IMDB|
|10||Pledge This!||December 19, 2006||0% (1.9/10)|
|9||Star Wars Holiday Special||November 17, 1978||30% (2.3/10)|
|8||The Room||June 27, 2003||26% (3.7/10)|
Turkish Star Wars
AKA: The Man Who Saved the World!
|November 4, 1982||70% (4.8/10)|
|6||Fred: The Movie||September 18, 2010||0% (1.9/10)|
|5||Santa Claus Conquers the Martians||November 14, 1964||24% (2.6/10)|
|4||Jack and Jill||November 11, 2011||3% (3.3/10)|
|3||Cat in the Hat||November 21, 2003||9% (3.9/10)|
|2||Garbage Pail Kids||August 21, 1987||0% (2.7/10)|
|1||Freddy Got Fingered||April 20, 2001||10% (4.5/10)|
|Film||Image||Release Date||Status on Rotten Tomatoes/IMDB|
|Kung Pow!||January 25, 2002||13% (6.2/10)|
|Troll 2||October 12, 1990||6% (2.8/10)|
|Jem and the Holograms||October 23, 2015||21% (4.1/10)|
|Manos: The Hands of Fate||November 15, 1966||7% (1.9/10)|
|Transformers 4: Age of Extinction||June 27, 2014||18% (5.7/10)|
|Bio-Dome||January 12, 1996||4% (4.4/10)|
- See here.
- Nostalgia Critic makes a cameo telling PhantomStrider that Garbage Pail Kids is the worst movie of all time, while Strider personally disagrees on that. When he starts reviewing the infamous film, Doug Walker said "Ha! Called it!" when it was put at #2 and Strider says he agrees with him 90%, but thinks there's only one film that's even worse. And indeed, when the #1 spot was revealed as Freddy Got Fingered, Nostalgia Critic looked really horrified to see it, while PhantomStrider sat there with his head looking under, horrified as well.
- Previously mentioned Cat in the Hat as a dishonorable mention in Worst Cartoon Live Action Remakes.
- Also mentioned Jem and the Holograms and Transformers 4: Age of Extinction from the same list at #2 and #1.
- He uses pictures from Troll 2, The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, Teen Titans Go!, Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Invader Zim, Tiny Toons, Steven Universe, and We Bare Bears to censor the gore and nudity in Freddy Got Fingered.
- Uses a few clips from Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Age of Ultron for his conclusion. He mentioned in his commentary that it's nice that we have the Marvel Cinematic Universe films to enjoy nowadays in modern cinema.
- He finally gets to review the Marvel films in his Best/Worst Marvel Cinematic Universe Films (November 22, 2018).
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