Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Dec 18, 2011
Hulk Hogan On List Of Worst Christmas Movies

Hulk Hogan On List Of Worst Christmas Movies

Hulk Hogan has found himself on a Worst Christmas Movie of All-Time list. ran a poll for the worst Christmas movie ever and Hogan’s 1996 movie Santa With Muscles placed at #5, between Ernest Saves Christmas and Jack Frost.

The full list will be published on Fandango tomorrow, though you can see it below:

1. Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
2. Silent Night, Deadly Night
3. Jingle All the Way
4. Jack Frost
5. Santa With Muscles
6. Ernest Saves Christmas
7. Home Alone 3
8. Deck the Halls
9. Surviving Christmas
10. Christmas With the Kranks

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9 Responses to “Hulk Hogan On List Of Worst Christmas Movies”

  1. mattcasdorph says:

    Not that funny actually, its really the person who wrote the film and cast the film that's to blame, why do you think so many movies now days suck!

    • KeizerGodzilla says:

      "its really the person who wrote the film and cast the film that's to blame"

      Really? Wow, you should change your name to Captain Obvious. Thanks for making us all look like dumb asses.

      • mattcasdorph says:

        You could comment without being a complete a**hole, The fact is Hogan would do anything for money and signed on for B movies for a easy payday, but also you have to think about how his characters are in the movies, Any movie with a guy babysitting and wearing a tutu is going to suck, the fact that it was Hogan didn't help him, but lets see if you would for a few million dollars.

  2. jason8150x says:

    I disagree Jingle All the Way is one of the greatest christmas movies ever

  3. __Franke__ says:

    Rocky III far from sucked, I think it's fair to say that that wasn't really a Hogan film though, more like a film that happened to have Hogan in it… so yeah, you're right, all Hogan's films suck.

  4. myrushmore says:

    Hogan made primarily children's movies. Kids recognize Hulk Hogan from television but generally have limited interest in his acting ability. I loved Mr. Nanny and Suburban Commando when I was little. Lets also note that we all watch wrestling, which isn't exactly winning Emmys.

  5. myrushmore says:

    I did fail to remember the "lets give Hogan hair" film era of the late 90s. I may start to agree with you guys after all.

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