Saw
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
This surprise hit, the cinematic equivalent of TP'ing someone's house, spawned "torture porn," and a new sequel each Halloween.
Current Score:
385
Total Votes:
915
2
The sequels came fast and furious: Three with increasingly confusing names, and the same plot, in only eight years.
Current Score:
315
Total Votes:
909
3
Jason didn't actually kill anyone in the first installment of this slasher series, except the hopes of anyone who didn't want a dozen sequels.
Current Score:
262
Total Votes:
780
4
Four movies later, the teen horror franchise may finally have been mercifully been killed off with 2009's The Final Destination.
Current Score:
246
Total Votes:
772
5
The original was embraced for its winsome take on teen sex, but two sequels and four direct-to-video movies later, things got stale.
Current Score:
216
Total Votes:
788
6
This franchise provided a realistic every-man hero; its sequels had that hero ending the Cold War and boxing as a senior citizen.
Current Score:
191
Total Votes:
841
7
Three Ralph Macchio versions and one Hilary Swank-led reboot weren't enough. Next up: A re-do with Jackie Chan and Will Smith's kid.
Current Score:
175
Total Votes:
721
8
This dumb cop comedy somehow yielded a video store's worth of mediocre movies, two TV series and a theme park attraction.
Current Score:
141
Total Votes:
695
9
Mike Myers green monster spawned a massive empire including three movies, games and a Broadway musical. Run for your lives!
Current Score:
140
Total Votes:
796
10
Based on a theme park ride with lusty robots, this series became an unstoppable juggernaut of plotless, confusing sequels.
Current Score:
124
Total Votes:
846
11
How many times can a masked killer (or two) try to kill poor Neve Campbell? The answer, as of today, is three times, which is two too many.
Current Score:
117
Total Votes:
713
12
There can only be one? Think again! The '86 fantasy flick led to an entire universe of TV and crummy direct-to-DVD sequels.
Current Score:
51
Total Votes:
599
13
The great green monster has starred in 29 movies so far, including the '98 American version which defines the phrase "massive failure."
Current Score:
41
Total Votes:
683
14
Arnold's warrior nemesis has done well for himself: Teaming with Alien to create an entire new series bearing no relation to the original.
Current Score:
0
Total Votes:
638
15
The threequel in this series reached so far into the minors, Scott Bakula replaced Charlie Sheen as the lead.
Current Score:
-15
Total Votes:
575
16
Two L.A. cops reluctantly pair up to take on drug lords -- in four separate movies. By No. 4, the formula was as old as the actors.
Current Score:
-16
Total Votes:
658
17
The Oscar-winning movie inspired successful sequels then mated with the Predator franchise for several more flicks. Oops.
Current Score:
-34
Total Votes:
694
18
The title doesn't refer to the number of convoluted, meandering sequels, though with three very bankable, star-studded sequels so far, who knows?
Current Score:
-39
Total Votes:
697
19
The big-screen version of "Police Squad!" spawned two sequels and, in retrospect, some uncomfortable moments showcasing the comedy of O.J. Simpson.
Current Score:
-46
Total Votes:
626
20
This epic blockbuster's prequels sprung a variety of horrors on the world: Most notably Jar-Jar Binks and George Lucas's ego.
Current Score:
-48
Total Votes:
930