9. Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010)
To be clear, any movie with a bird in it is going to feel like horror to me. But this little bird flu “Shock and Awe campaign” cautionary tale is truly horrific on the B-scale. Panned by pretty much everyone, it became an instant B-Horror classic to put in your stash, showing why good movies cost more than $10,000 to make. The logline alone would make you buy it—vultures and eagles attack people, spit acid and dive-bomb into the ground, where they explode. Bloody hell, man, do eagles and vultures even like each other? There’s symbolism here, I’m sure of it, but I was, honestly, too busy laughing to care. Is this the inspiration for Angry Birds or vice versa?