The Interview has been performing well in its limited theatrical and online VOD release, taking in more than $15 million from online sales and rentals. The comedy has already expanded to cable VOD, Playstation, VUDU and more theaters nationwide. Despite its early success, The Interview has not been received well by at least one organization, The Golden Raspberry Awards, a.k.a. The Razzies, which has released its "short list" of nominees. The Interview is listed in several categories including Worst Picture, Worst On-Screen Combo (James Franco and Seth Rogen) and Worst Actor (both James Franco and Seth Rogen). Voting for the Razzie Awards ends on January 10, with the nominations to be announced January 14, one day before The Academy Awards nominations are announced.

Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas, which was already voted the worst movie of all time by IMDB users, is also prominently featured on the short list, with nominations for Worst Picture, Worst Screenplay, Worst Screen Combo ("Kirk Cameron and his Ego"), Worst Director (Darren Doane), Worst Supporting Actress (Bridgette Cameron), and Worst Actor (Kirk Cameron). Other short-listed nominees for Worst Picture include Transcendence, A Million Ways to Die in the West, Atlas Shrugged: Part III, The Legend of Hercules, Sex Tape, A Haunted House 2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Left Behind, Transformers: Age of Extinction and I, Frankenstein.

Check out the full list of Razzie short list nominees below, and stay tuned for the full nominations on January 14. Do you think some of these movies didn't deserve to be on the Razzies short list? Or are they all worthy inclusions for the worst movies of 2014? Chime in with your thoughts below:

WORST REMAKE, RIP-OFF or SEQUEL

WORST SCREEN COMBO