Worst Movies Ever: 1950s

 

Hello, my loves! 

I hope you have all been well! It's time for another Wort Movies Ever post! So grab some tea and a blanket as we watch the worst movies from the 1950s! 

Glen or Glenda (1953)

Glen or Glenda is a cult classic film that begins with Bela Lugosi (in one of the last movies he was in before his death), giving a cryptic monologue (because why not) and transitions to the body of Patrick/Patricia, a transvestite that had committed suicide. The investigator walks in and discloses that because of their cross-dressing, Patrick/Patricia had been arrested on multiple occasions. 

Robot Monster (1953)

I honestly don't know what was going on half the time. One moment there were humans the next, a gorilla with a helmet that a NASCAR driver would wear with two metal sticks. This creature then proceeds to kill everyone in the world with a death ray, except for 8 people because somehow they're immune to it, and then he falls in love with one of the girls. 

The Conqueror (1956)

This movie was such a shit show, and I'll admit that as a John Wayne fan, I was so disappointed. I'm not even going to waste my time going into the details of the movie because please, don't watch it, but what I will. touch on is the Cancer controversies. This movie was filmed within close proximity to a nuclear testing site which is believed to be the cause of 91 Cast and Crew members of this movie developing cancer at some point in their life.  

Fire Maidens from Outer Space (1956)

Hold on to your knickers, ladies, and gentleman, it's time for another British movie... 

Fire Maidens from Outer Space may not be the name of a sick garage band from 1985 but a Space opera. What the fuck is that you may ask? A movie about Space with music, and it was a piece of shit.

Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959)

Ed Wood! He's fucking back! God Bless him, he's a shit director. This movie was a bit bittersweet as this was the last movie, Bela Lugosi appeared in before his death, and because he had unfortunately passed away while the movie was being filmed, his scenes were replaced by Tom Mason, who was Wood's wife's Chiropractor. LOL yea you read that right. He's a fucking Chiropractor, and to hide the fact that it was not Bela Lugosi acting in these scenes he would cover his face with a cape. 

I'd have to say that so far in the series, the 1950s had to be the worst moves I've seen so far. 



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