“It’s an incredibly bad movie”


Jamie Lee Curtis has had one of the entertainment industry’s longest and most remarkable careers. Known as the ultimate screaming queen of Hollywood, the actor mostly made an indelible impression on the horror genre. However, the Screaming Queen isn’t a fan of all of her horror movies. In fact, there was a movie that she starred in Curtis once she wished she could cover it.

Jamie Lee Curtis is afraid of horror movies

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Curtis may be the Queen of the Ultimate Scream, but she admitted she was actually afraid of horror movies. The icon who once eliminated Michael Myers herself has a hard time digesting films that exploit public fears.

“I’m brave, but I’m afraid of scary things. When I was 15 my parents (legendary actors Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis) screened The Exorcist and my friends teased me the next day because I was so freaked out, ”Curtis said Weekly entertainment. “I hate being afraid of horror movies. I get scared so easily. That’s the reason I’m so good at [being in them]. It’s a natural response for me.

Curtis channeled his fear into horror series like the Halloween franchise, which she has praised on occasion. However, there is one horror movie she starred in and Curtis wished she hadn’t been a part of it.

Jamie Lee Curtis really regretted starring in “Virus”

In 1999 Curtis starred in the sci-fi horror film Virus. Directed by Jean Bruno, IMDb reports that the film was about an alien being who took control of a Russian ship for world domination. Virus did not fare very well at the box office and received heavy criticism from critics. As of this writing, it sits at% 12 on Rotten Tomatoes.

Perhaps one of the film’s fiercest critics was the star herself. In an interview resurfaced with IGNCurtis is not holding back his feelings towards the film.

“Rob Reiner on his 40th birthday had a bad show business party where everyone brought in show business clips… Rob was playing a hippie on Gomer Pyle, the USMC singing ‘Blowin’ in the Wind … ‘ Virus (The 1999 epidemic movie that Curtis starred in) is so bad it’s shocking, ”Lee said.

In a separate interview with WENN, Curtis explained in a little more detail his experiences in Virus.

“It’s a piece of crap movie. It’s an insanely bad movie; just bad from below,” Lee told WENN (Via Express).
“There’s a scene where I’m running away from this alien and I’m actually hiding under the stairs. I go down some stairs and then I lean under and I shake and this big thing comes down the stairs and I panic hiding under the stairs! It’s something that can open steel walls and I’m hiding under the stairs!

But the Horrible friday The star also claimed there was an advantage to staring in a movie she found horrible.

“It’s the only good reason to be in bad movies. Then when your friends have [bad] movies, you can say ‘Ahhhh, I have the best. I bring Virus,'” she said.

Why Jamie Lee Curtis regrets ‘Halloween H20’

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Halloween h20 was Curts’ return to the franchise after 20 years away from Michael Myers. Although Weekly entertainment reported that H2O was a commercial and critical success, Curtis was not entirely satisfied with the film. One of the reasons was that director John Carpenter and Halloween original producer Debra Hill, were not on board.

“When Halloween was 19, I remember calling John and Debra and we had lunch,” Curtis said. “I told them, ‘Guys, the movie is going to be 20 years old next year, and we’re still doing the job 20 years later. “I said to them, ‘Why don’t we visit him again?’ And there was a conversation, but everyone was busy, and it turned out that wasn’t what I wanted it to be.

Without Hill and Carpenter, Curtis was the only one in the original film involved in H20. But had he been given the chance, Curtis would have done things differently.

“Now to this day, I wish I had told everyone, ‘If Debra Hill isn’t the one producing this movie, I won’t.’ But what finally happened was that she wasn’t part of it, John was not part of it, and I was still part of it, and it was a machine that went on the road ” , she shared.

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