This year’s “Hereditary” may have blown critics away — it has an 89% critic score on review-aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes — but it was polarizing among audiences. The A24 movie received a D+ CinemaScore, which conducts exit polls of audience opinion on opening nights.

“Slender Man” also came close this year, with an even worse D-.

But that’s not the lowest score a movie can get. Only 19 films have ever received that, an “F” rating, since CinemaScore started logging data in 1986.

The most recent film to receive an “F” from audiences was last year’s “mother!” from director Darren Aronofsky, which left moviegoers bewildered by its controversial and violent elements.

Other “F” rated films include Nicolas Cage’s “The Wicker Man” and “Disaster Movie,” which really lived up to its title.

Below are the 19 films to receive an “F” rating from CinemaScore (along with their Rotten Tomatoes critic scores for comparison):