1. Alone in the Dark (2005)
And not only does the movie feature piss-poor dialog and cheap special effects, but also some pretty atrocious editing, leading to a risible moment or two, such as when a supposedly dead soldier suddenly starts moving again… There’s also a convoluted plot about a demon-worshipping Mayan tribe and some poor action sequences.
But no matter how bad this film may be, we will wait hopefully for the day in which an uncontested blockbuster video game movie is released, one which makes people think that film adaptations of video games are actually worth it.
Alone in the Dark (Lions Gate Home Entertainment)