17. BONES (2001)

Starring: Snoop Dogg
Why it sucks: When making a horror movie, one must always follow a simple directive: Make it scary. And you know who’s not scary? Snoopy D-O-Double-G, the ubiquitous pop culture heavyweight who’s appeared in more hokey commercials than the Geico lizard and rapped a ballad about Anna Paquin.

So obviously the Blaxploitation-inspired horror flick Bones was doomed to never frighten a single viewer immediately after Snoop signed his contract. Seemingly knowing that his movie was bound to become a punchline, director Ernest Dickerson amped up the gore and staged elaborate death scenes, but Snoop—playing a murdered gangster seeking supernatural revenge—is always front and center.