“Worst Movie Ever, It Was Awful”: The Undertaker Reveals His Pick For Worst Movie Of All Time

The Undertaker confessed to participating in what he deems “the worst movie ever” – the 1991 film Suburban Commando, in which he played the role of Hutch, a henchman with a mission to capture or eliminate Hulk Hogan’s character, Shep.

In the film, The Undertaker departed from his usual eerie persona to portray Hutch, engaging in mundane activities like traversing a drive-through, and even adopting an unexpected voice. Reflecting on his involvement in the movie during an episode of Cheap Heat with Peter Rosenberg, Taker candidly shared his experience of auditioning for the role and subsequently realising the film’s lacklustre quality.

They called me and said, ‘Hogan is doing this movie in LA, we want you to read for it.’ I read for the movie, got the part. Worst movie ever. It was awful. Truly, truly awful. But, that kept me busy for a while.

The Undertaker humorously recounted.

Suburban Commando, despite boasting a star-studded cast including Hogan, Christopher Lloyd, and Shelley Duvall, failed to impress critics and audiences alike. With a dismal rating of 4.6/10 on IMDB and a mere 15% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the film’s divisive reception highlights its lack of appeal and enduring legacy as a cinematic flop.

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The Undertaker revealed that he believes Arn Anderson, The Rock, Ric Flair, and Dusty Rhodes as his top four talkers of all time. He stated that this list is for wrestlers only and didn’t include any managers.

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