These funny cinematic death scenes will slay you with laughter.
Often times not intended as humorous but with the super low budgets or just terrible acting its hard not to laugh at these over the top deadly movie moments.
#10 – Ride ‘Em Cowboy “Doctor Strangelove” (1964)
Kicking off our list is the iconic last ride from this black comedy about nuclear annihilation. When an American bomber plane has it’s radio damaged by Soviet Anti-Aircraft fire, it is unable to receive the order to abandon its mission. With the bomb release mechanism damaged as well, Major Kong solves the problem himself! A true cowboy, he goes out relishing his blaze of glory!
#9 – Cat Scratch “Snake In Eagle’s Shadow” (1978)
In this movie, Jackie Chan plays a boy taught in the Snake fighting style. The last surviving student not to be wiped out by the members of Eagle style, he studies a cat’s defeat of a snake, and decides to modify his technique to surprise his opponents. The result makes for one absolutely outrageous kill.
#8 – Inflated Ego “Live And Let Die” (1973)
The James Bond movies are notorious for their outlandish kills. However, in a big pool of hilarity, there’s one kill that easily floats to the top. Early in the film, Q supplies 007 with a shark gun that uses compressed gas pellets that super inflate upon impact. Fortunately for Bond, he gets to put the gadget’s ammo to good use while battling the villain in a shark-infested pool! The result is…yeah….
#7- Anger Management “Big Trouble in Little China” (1986)
Think we really blew it with that last one? Well, in this film Kurt Russell plays a truck driver who ends up on a quest in a mysterious underworld beneath Chinatown. After defeating an ancient sorcerer, his personal bodyguard gets so enraged that he goes all Total Recall and blows up in anger. This is undeniably the weirdest form of Seppuku ever filmed…
#6 – Aim for the Bushes “The Other Guys” (2010)
In this film, we’re treated to the believably cool partnership between Samuel L. Jackson and Dwayne ‘The Rock Johnson’ as they play a pair of super cops. Admired by the entire city, they gave off the impression that they’re completely superhuman. Clearly they were their own biggest fans, as even they thought that they were impervious to the laws of physics, but sadly, that was not the case.
#5 – Garbage Day! “Silent Night Deadly Night Part 2” (1987)
Oh boy, we’re getting into the really trashy films now! Here, a psychopath named Ricky decides to indiscriminately killing victims. After doing away with the world’s worst cop, Ricky decides to take a walk and have some laughs with his new toy. Too bad for this suburbanite, it happens to be garbage day!
#4 – Freak Gasoline Fight Accident “Zoolander” (2001)
When Ben Stiller is feeling down, his model roommates decide to cheer him up. After staring a washer fluid fight, Derek gets distracted by a magazine in the trash, only for his friends to take things up a notch. Oddly, things only register as problematic when one of his buddies decides to light one up. Thankfully Derek learned an important lesson that day.
#3 – Rocking The Boat “Shark Attack 3: Megalodon” (2002)
The premise of a blood thirst Shark isn’t anything new. However, showcasing huge shark on a tiny budget makes for some pretty golden moments! When this shark interrupts a nautical black tie event, it snatches on passenger out of the air like a grape! And that’s not even the best part. Watch him change size to devourer an entire life raft! Not even that cocky guy escaping on a sea doo is safe!
#2 – Eye Trouble “Undefeatable” (1994)
In this low-budget action flick, a psychotic deals with abandonment issues by kidnapping and murdering women. Only a motivated cop can bring him down in greased up shirtless fistfight. After the killer gets impaled on a spike, he gets spin kicked onto a factory hook and sent to the cleaners. Think that’s bad? Listen to this…
#1 – The Skater “Hard Ticket To Hawaii” (1987)
Taking the top spot on our list is the “special” kill from a film featuring two secret agents out to stop a drug lord. During their trek, they are confronted by a skateboard henchman who keeps things on the down low by hiding his gun behind his favorite blow up doll. After non-fatally shooting one of the agents in the heart, the skater and his inflatable date are shown no mercy!