3º – Taking Lives (D.J. Caruso, 2004)An FBI agent is in charge of profiling a serial killer who steals the identity of a dead victim, starting the biggest investigation of his life. There are no adjectives to describe how bad this film is. Watch it and clear your doubts. Not even the partnership between Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke can save the pathetic tangle of scenes that includes ‘Taking Lives’.
2º – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (Tobe Hooper, 1986)A radio station becomes the target of the family of psychopaths brought by the first film of the saga. A survivor manages to emerge alive from the initial attack and now begins a battle for his life once again. Nurturing a rather exacerbated graphic content and a dose of comedy above the pitch, ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2’ is far from being a film that honours the saga, making the viewer’s mission to spend 101 minutes watching the work a real martyrdom.
1º – Jason X (James Isaac, 2001)Jason had been frozen by accident and is now back in action in the 25th century in a spacecraft to terrorize the locals. As bad as his premise, ‘Jason X’ is a spectacle of horrors in the bad way, not as the genre desires. The best thing about the film is to see a small participation of the legendary filmmaker David Cronenberg in one of the characters. Otherwise, run away from this film.