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By almost all accounts, Fantastic Four is a bad movie. Some even go so far as to delightfully call it an "unmitigated garbage fire".

However, it was not the first horrible Fantastic Four movie to be made, some would even say it was the fourth horrible Fantastic Four movie made.

But if you want to go back to the beginning, back to the franchise's first brush with rotten, you'll need to watch the 1994 B-movie magnate Roger Corman's disaster.

That cult classic, that is truly so bad it's great, was never even released. It was merely produced by the German rights holder because the rights would be lost they were not used.

Years later, it leaked out to the public so the world could have its original awful Fantastic Four movie.

And, you lucky person, it's now streaming on the Internet!

It probably won't be for long, though. With FOX now owning the rights, they may not be too keen for this display of the brand. So watch it while you can!

If you're looking something slightly better, we did put together a list of 10 movies that rate higher than the most recent Fantastic Four movie.



Anyway, here's the 1994 movie:


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This fluffy cat's name is Waffles, and the slippery days of winter are not easy on his ego. His attempt to jump from a snowy van to a snowy garage roof does not go as well as he obviously planned. I can only believe that he gracefully reached his final landing point with poise and sophistication.

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It's been more than a week since Ark Music Factory unveiled "It's Thanksgiving," a teenybopper autotune song about turkey legs and mashed potatoes sung by 12-year-old Nicole Westbrook and written by Patrice Wilson (the mastermind behind Rebecca Black's "Friday"), and the "so bad that it's good" formula seems to be working. Since its YouTube debut on November 7, the video has garnered more than 7.7 million views and generated a lot of buzz in the news and social media, not to mention Westbrook's very first live performance on Access Hollywood this morning.

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