Oh, I've also picked this time period because let's face it if we included all of Marvel's live-action output - including almost everything from the 70s - then we'd be here all day!
Long before Samuel L Jackson took up the eye-patch to play everyone's favourite top secret badass, David Hasslehoff aka 'The Hoff' played Nick Fury in a truly dreadful TV movie. The film was written by none other than David S Goyer but lacked any of the charm of his better work (Batman Begins) and instead played up all of the cringeworthy elements of the character that should have been forgotten. Throw in 'The Hoff's' unique acting style and Nick Fury Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D was a complete abomination of a movie. This film would have appeared higher in the list if it wasn't for the fact that it had a limited budget when compared to the dire stuff that follows. It's inclusion nudges out such cinematic (and non-cinematic) shit as Man-Thing, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Ghost Rider.
So who thought this was a good idea? Come on, let's see a show of hands. Elektra was the spin-off film of the mildly successful Daredevil movie and starred future Mrs Affleck, Jennifer Garner as the sai-wielding superheroine. On paper it might of seemed a good idea (although I'm not convinced that was entirely the case) but in reality it was a proper snooze-fest. Creating a spin-off movie with the only main character from Daredevil not to survive to the end of the movie was one thing, but then removing all references to Daredevil was just ridiculous. Oh and Elektra's poor box-office performance scuppered any chances of a follow-up Daredevil film starring Ben Affleck! Bastards!
Oh dear it's David S Goyer again. After two rather good Blade movies, the vampire hunting saga limped to a lacklustre conclusion with this turgid mess of a movie. The script was boring and even the presence of Ryan Reynolds as Hannibal King couldn't save this film from sucking (no pun intended). The only reason this ranks higher in this list than Elektra is because audiences expected more from this than they did that pile of crap and that's an official Comics Code fact!
Oh dear lord, what the hell was Nicholas Cage doing in this movie? If you were unfortunate enough to see the first Ghost Rider movie then you know that you lost a couple of hours of your life that you will never get back. I'm sorry for your loss, but the same thing happened to me. However if you happened to have seen this loose follow-up then clearly God (or whoever you pray to) hates you and there's nothing you can do about that. For his performance in this shit-tastic sequel Nic Cage based his performance on a snake. A f***ing snake! As a result he dicked about on screen looking like a right plonker in a movie that was equally as stench-ridden as his performance. This ranks as one of the worst Marvel movies of all time and would take the top spot if not for....
To date Marvel have had three attempts at getting the Punisher franchise off the ground and Punisher: Warzone was easily the worst of the bunch. The script stunk, the acting was piss-poor, the direction was laughable and don't even get me started on the scene where the Punisher puts his fist through a bad guy's face! It's not entirely clear why Marvel is so keen to get audiences to warm to the Punisher but if this turd-fest didn't sink the franchise for good then nothing will. It truly was a dark day for cinema goers when this hit screens.