16. Feardotcom (2002)
From the director of the 1999 House on Haunted Hill remake nobody remembers comes this quintessentially early 2000s cyber-horror flick, in which a series of grisly murders stem from all the victims visiting the website Feardotcom.com (rather than, you know, Fear.com).
Somehow the talented likes of Stephen Dorff, Natascha McElhone and Stephen Rea were roped into this hilariously dated techno romp, which feels like a poor man's The Ring in every sense.
Grisly and occasionally visually interesting but mostly just horribly written and terribly acted, it doesn't make a lick of sense, and apart from the odd agreeably campy moment, it's a naff relic so bad even the masses rejected it.
Considering the general public's impressive tolerance for terrible horror movies - they gave last year's Flatliners remake, perhaps 2017's worst major horror release, a B- CinemaScore - it speaks volumes that Feardotcom landed a dead-on-arrival F grade.