Nanotech brings worst content ever to your homes... in 4K!

Why do they hate us so?

Good news everyone! Nanotech Entertainment is bringing 11 more movies to Ultraflix - its award-winning 4K Ultra HD network...

Bad news everyone! This is categorically the worst single list of films we've ever seen. It includes a film which has toyed with the very bottom of IMDB's worst of the worst list, and many others that are to the movie industry what

Here, we'll show you. These are the eleven films coming to UltraFlix - a service that Nanotech wants to be the Netflix of the 4K generation - in the near future. We've ranked them in order of quality, from 'best' to worst. Bonus points awarded for excellent tag lines.

The Final Song

A woman struggles to make it in the recording industry, whilst her garbage man brother/manager organises her gigs. It's as electric as it sounds, frankly, which is to say that it might be the best movie in this list.

Deadly Lessons

It's the age-old story: college professor gets framed for murder by arch rival and Pulitzer prize-winning psychiatrist. The DVD cover displays a clever picture cue of what's to come, showing Jon Voight as said professor holding a gun, ready to teach someone a LESSON that will no doubt be DEADLY.

Falling in Love Again

"Harry and Sue Lewis met in the 40es as teenagers living in the Bronx. He was an aspiring architect, she was the most beautiful girl in school, and both had a fondness for bran muffins." - IMDB

Pizza Man

Malcolm in the Middle is a pizza boy who gets super-powers from eating a GM tomato. Also starring Diamond Dallas Page as 'The Big Cheese'. Unwatchable, but the tag line is a winner.

Chavez Cage of Glory

What do you do when you're down to your last penny and you've got your son's medical bills to pay? You become an MMA champion fighter and punch your way to prosperity. We can confidently say this is the best critique of the American healthcare system that Danny Trejo has starred in.


Detective teams with psychic to track down missing child. Sounds harmless, but Beyond is about as entertaining as acute food poisoning.

Absolute Killers

"Sometimes loyalty can get you killed". This may be a forgotten line from a Meat Loaf B-side but thankfully he made it into a WHOLE MOVIE instead. Thanks for nothing, Meat.

Slapstick of Another Kind

A film about two abnormally clever, abnormally ugly children that we're told has no relation to Baby Geniuses whatsoever.

Tekken 2 Kazuya's Revenge

The worst of a dreadful run of Tekken movies. Can only be considered good in a world where it's 'good' to survive a movie without having your head removed from your body.

Baby Geniuses 4

"The movie is about as endearing as unanesthetized gum surgery." - Liam Lacey, Globe & Mail

Baby Geniuses 5

Almost certainly the least welcome fifth instalment of anything, ever. Say I walked into work, set fire to everything, threw my computer out of the window and left a post-it note saying 'everything is on fire'. That's the equivalent of what Baby Geniuses 5 contributes to the film industry.

All jokes aside, the question remains: of all the films that could have been converted into 4K, why do we get these?

Pete started his fledging journalistic career covering lifestyle tech and video games for T3, before a brief sojourn in food turned into a full time career as a chef, recipe developer and editor with the likes of Great British Chefs, BBC Food and SquareMeal. Over a decade later he has come full circle, putting kitchen tech and appliances through rigorous testing for T3 once again, and eating a quite intense number of omelettes whilst testing non-stick pans. In his spare time Pete loves nothing more than squashing his size 11 feet into tiny shoes and going climbing. He also dabbles in cricket writing from time to time, and is certainly a man who knows his leg from his wicket.