No Budget Movies

Films with no budget or micro-budgets s are considered z-movies. The results are filtered using the quality rating. Only films with a quality rating of 1.5 or less are displayed. This list doesn't consider a film's budget.
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This is a list of movies ranked from the best to the worst using the sum of eight different ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, creepiness, story, creativity, acting and quality.

Horror Movie Ratings
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For his birthday, a child is offered a film that unleashes two deadly cartoons into the real world.
When played, a cursed film releases two evil cartoons that turn a party into a psychedelic massacre.
A demonic nun unleashes hell when she summons the devil to possess a great white shark.
A scientist discovers a potion that makes people purely evil.
A demon wagers with God that he can corrupt a man's soul.
A virtual reality game takes over the minds of teenagers.
A cartoon dimension engulfs a handful of people.
A vampire travels to New York City to claim her father’s body.
A woman is abducted by a serial killer who tortures and rapes her.
Five travelers find shelter in a bizarre family estate.
Two doctors try to stop a rampant zombie epidemic.
Strangers to each other, a group of people hide in a farm house and attempt to survive a zombie infestation.
A small ocean town is plagued by a bloodthirsty animal, reanimated using parts of sea creatures.
A policeman tracks down a demon.
An estate solicitor is lured into a vampire's castle he cannot escape.
A shark that travels in snow turns out to be more than a legend.
A police officer hunts down a demonic creature that kidnaps and tortures children.
Locked in an office building with a sadistic clown, some employees must work together to survive the night.
A small community is disturbed by what some suspect is a werewolf.
A group of women are visited by three mysterious men during a bachelor party.


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