SINedelphia 2012: 24 Hour Horror-Thon ticket results

To recap, the contest to win a pair of tickets to attend the sold out 24 Hour Horror-Thon involved entrants choosing the worst six horror films of the past six years.  I subjectively judged the entries based on accuracy, creativity, and entertainment value.  And the winner is…Adam Parsons who submitted a list of pretty bad films with accompanying reviews in the form of haikus.  I’ve also included two runners up…


6) Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever
Infected Water
Proves Downfall Of Bloody Prom
In Sequel Sans Roth

5) Black Christmas (2006)
Christmas Traditions
Are Never Complete Without
Meat Cookies And Milk

4) Prom Night (2008)
This Horror Remake
Captures Disappointment Of
A Real High School Prom

3) Snoop Dogg’s Hood of Horror
Shizzle My Nizzle
Ghetto Anthologizzle
Just Terribizzle

2) Drive Thru
Hella Burger Clown
Serves Murder Medium Rare
With A Side Of Fries

1) The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)
Twelve Man Centipede
Overwhelming Abundance
Of Anus To Mouth



6 – Human Centipede II – Butt to mouth, who knew it would take two films to get this point across?
5 – Fear Dot Com – The internet is killing people, with more than a sedentary lifestyle.
4 – The Happening – Something is Happening… something weird, with the trees. M Night, you never fail to astonish.
3 – The Wicker Man – Nicolas cage goes to an island where its apparently still the 1800’s. There are witches or something, and then, BEES!
2 – Alone in the Dark – Christian Slater must stop demons on Shadow Island in this horrifically bad Uwe Boll suckfest
1 – Birdemic – Poorly CGI’d birds inexplicably begin attacking residents of a coastal town. This baffling mess is so bad its good.

Author: Eric Bresler

Eric is the Founder/Site Editor of whose additional activities are numerous: Director/Curator of the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art (PhilaMOCA), founder of Tokyo No Records, the brain behind Video Pirates, and active local film programmer including the Unknown Japan screening series. He’s served as a TLA Video Manager, Philadelphia Film Society Managing Director, and Adjunct Professor in Cinema Studies at Drexel University. He is shy and modest. Email Eric.


  1. Personally, I think the guy who made the posters should get some tickets. I mean, I thought the Paul Blart thing was hysterical, and honestly, I’d love to meet this Kevin “Kurosawa” Ronca. He sounds like an eccentric guy.

  2. I have to agree with the guy above. The Haiku’s were amazing, but this Kevin “Kurosawa” or whatever had some funny stuff. That Number 23 thing had me in stitches. Honestly, I don’t see why he doesn’t get something, those posters must have taken hours and hours of Microsoft Paint to assemble.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *