This year Blonde, Good Mourning, and Pinocchio have the most nods - with Tom Hanks and Pete Davidson coming out particularly badly, APA reports citing Sky News.
Celebrating the worst of cinematic under-achievements, the annual Golden Raspberry Awards calls itself the "ugly cousin" of the Oscars and reveals its winners the night before the biggest awards in entertainment.
Netflix movie Blonde, starring Ana de Armas, received eight nominations including worst picture, worst supporting actors and worst director. Summing up the film, the parody awards show, said "movie-goers liked even less than critics did".
They go on: "Called a 'biopic that's not a biopic,' by its makers, it 'explores' the exploitation of Marilyn Monroe…by continuing to exploit her posthumously".
Good Mourning received seven nods, including worst actor, worst screen couple and worst screenplay, with Razzies calling it: "A laugh-free stoner comedy achieving the rare feat of scoring a perfect ZERO on Rotten Tomatoes".
Starring Machine Gun Kelly, whose real name is Colson Baker, alongside his real-life fiancé Megan Fox, the movie also has a cameo from comedian Pete Davidson.
Davidson's performance in the film has seen him nominated in the worst supporting actor category. He also got a worst actor nod - albeit only for his voice - for his role in kids animated film Marmaduke.
Two-time Oscar winning actor Tom Hanks has the dubious honour of multiple nominations. He got a worst actor nod for his portrayal of toymaker Geppetto in Robert Zemeckis's Pinocchio.
Pinocchio got six nods overall, with Razzies calling it: "Disney's wholly unnecessary (and oddly creepy) live action/CGI remake".