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(Female First)   Freddie Kruger edges out Samara Morgan in a poll for the scariest horror movie character   (femalefirst.co.uk) divider line 185
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2011-10-27 11:22:52 AM
Freddie is kind of cartoonish, though.

I always thought Michael Myers in the original first Halloween movie was terrifying.

Relentless, never hurries, can take multiple gunshots, can vanish in the blink of an eye. Jason Voorhees is just Michael Myers with a hockey mask and a machete.
 
2011-10-27 11:26:11 AM

Jake Havechek: Freddie is kind of cartoonish, though.

I always thought Michael Myers in the original first Halloween movie was terrifying.

Relentless, never hurries, can take multiple gunshots, can vanish in the blink of an eye. Jason Voorhees is just Michael Myers with a hockey mask and a machete.


This.
 
2011-10-27 11:26:11 AM
Freddie is kind of cartoonish, though.

Silly Farker...
Cartoonish Pedophiles get the kids.
 
2011-10-27 11:27:15 AM
Call me when Freddie Kruger can face rape you.

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2011-10-27 11:27:39 AM
I would have put Pennywise at #1.
 
2011-10-27 11:27:42 AM
To be honest, I've only seen parts of The Ring, but why is Samara so hard to kill?

What if the only TV you have in your house is one of those tiny 3" portables? Will a little tiny Samara come out?
 
2011-10-27 11:30:36 AM

Jake Havechek: Freddie is kind of cartoonish, though.


Sequel-Freddy is cartoonish. He's just a total creep in the original and the remake. Regardless he'll find a way to kill you with your worst fear. The stalker slashers just kill you. Jason & Michael Meyers are more brutal, but Freddy does it right
 
2011-10-27 11:31:10 AM

Bag of Hammers: Call me when Freddie Kruger can face rape you.

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I agree completely! I never had nightmares of Jason or Freddy after seeing their movies. Yet to this day, I still have nightmares of Xenomorphs. Damn things are scary as hell! Looking forward to the new game coming out... and the nightmares that come with it.
 
2011-10-27 11:32:32 AM
Myers and Voorhees are pure, unadulterated evil, Freddie prances around making little jokes.

The claw hand is way cool, though.
 
2011-10-27 11:33:13 AM

DonkeyDixon: Jake Havechek: Freddie is kind of cartoonish, though.

Sequel-Freddy is cartoonish. He's just a total creep in the original and the remake. Regardless he'll find a way to kill you with your worst fear. The stalker slashers just kill you. Jason & Michael Meyers are more brutal, but Freddy does it right


One thing I hated about the remake seemed to get rid of his weakness. If I recall, all original badies had 1 weakness. Freddy couldnt hurt you if you knew you were dreaming if I recall. So if you knew it was a dream, hes powerless. Yet it shows he was able to over come that weakness.
 
2011-10-27 11:34:35 AM
Burke, Carter J.
 
2011-10-27 11:34:35 AM

Bag of Hammers: Call me when Freddie Kruger can face rape you.


what you said

/Hal9000 should place 2nd
 
2011-10-27 11:35:28 AM

atomsmoosher: To be honest, I've only seen parts of The Ring, but why is Samara so hard to kill?

What if the only TV you have in your house is one of those tiny 3" portables? Will a little tiny Samara come out?


Pretty sure she's not a tangible being when she comes after you. I didn't find her to be half as scary as then entire mood of the movie. The tapes from the mental/psychiatric sessions stick out.
 
2011-10-27 11:37:31 AM

yves0010: One thing I hated about the remake seemed to get rid of his weakness. If I recall, all original badies had 1 weakness. Freddy couldnt hurt you if you knew you were dreaming if I recall. So if you knew it was a dream, hes powerless. Yet it shows he was able to over come that weakness.


See Nightmare on Elmstreet 3: Dream Warriors. Knowing you're dreaming gives you a chance to fight back, but he's still going to facerape your soul
 
2011-10-27 11:39:37 AM
The Lady in White scared the Bejesus out of ten year old me.

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*shudders*
 
2011-10-27 11:39:59 AM
Btw, this is what Samara looks like now:

www.byrnerobotics.com

www.posters555.com

www.coleer.com
 
2011-10-27 11:40:05 AM

Weigard: Burke, Carter J.


The scariest monsters are the ones that don't look like monsters:

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2011-10-27 11:40:18 AM

DonkeyDixon: yves0010: One thing I hated about the remake seemed to get rid of his weakness. If I recall, all original badies had 1 weakness. Freddy couldnt hurt you if you knew you were dreaming if I recall. So if you knew it was a dream, hes powerless. Yet it shows he was able to over come that weakness.

See Nightmare on Elmstreet 3: Dream Warriors. Knowing you're dreaming gives you a chance to fight back, but he's still going to facerape your soul


I think I saw that one years ago. Seen most of them but I was younger. Saw the new one and thought it was pretty decent for a gorror. Fredy to me isnt scary cause well, I tend to dream of many kick ass weapons for him to own me.
 
2011-10-27 11:40:30 AM
www.examiner.com
 
2011-10-27 11:41:36 AM

Jake Havechek: Freddie is kind of cartoonish, though.

I always thought Michael Myers in the original first Halloween movie was terrifying.

Relentless, never hurries, can take multiple gunshots, can vanish in the blink of an eye. Jason Voorhees is just Michael Myers with a hockey mask and a machete.


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Yea, cartoony.
 
2011-10-27 11:41:56 AM
I nominate Santi.

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2011-10-27 11:42:48 AM
iconsoffright.com
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2011-10-27 11:44:36 AM
4.bp.blogspot.com
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2011-10-27 11:45:28 AM
No Pinhead?!?!?!
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2011-10-27 11:46:37 AM
Francis Dolarhyde
 
2011-10-27 11:47:24 AM

farscape: Jake Havechek: Freddie is kind of cartoonish, though.

I always thought Michael Myers in the original first Halloween movie was terrifying.

Relentless, never hurries, can take multiple gunshots, can vanish in the blink of an eye. Jason Voorhees is just Michael Myers with a hockey mask and a machete.

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Yea, cartoony.


It is.

Krueger is a high concept supernatural type who can get you through your dreams, through your brain waves, not a semi human homicidal maniac that does not talk and travels to who he wants to kill by any means possible, also killing anybody who gets in his way.
 
2011-10-27 11:47:39 AM

Weigard: Burke, Carter J.


I dont know whats worse... I dont see them f--king eaching other over for a god damn percentage!
 
2011-10-27 11:50:38 AM

bigmattress: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 610x457]
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If only the rest of Poltergeist II wasn't so ridiculous, Reverend Kane would be a top contender. As it is, all his awesome scenes are undermined by the cheesy finale where the grandmother returns from Heaven to hand deliver Carol Anne back to the family. Boooooooooooooo!!!
 
2011-10-27 11:52:38 AM

gunga galunga: bigmattress: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 610x457]
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If only the rest of Poltergeist II wasn't so ridiculous, Reverend Kane would be a top contender. As it is, all his awesome scenes are undermined by the cheesy finale where the grandmother returns from Heaven to hand deliver Carol Anne back to the family. Boooooooooooooo!!!


That scene on the front porch, though. Creepiness personified. You know something's wrong, just can't explain why. But yeah, diamond in the rough, that character.
 
2011-10-27 11:56:53 AM

bigmattress: gunga galunga: bigmattress: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 610x457]
/hotlinked

If only the rest of Poltergeist II wasn't so ridiculous, Reverend Kane would be a top contender. As it is, all his awesome scenes are undermined by the cheesy finale where the grandmother returns from Heaven to hand deliver Carol Anne back to the family. Boooooooooooooo!!!

That scene on the front porch, though. Creepiness personified. You know something's wrong, just can't explain why. But yeah, diamond in the rough, that character.


"I'm sorry to see you're still unconvinced."

/also the flashback scenes of him leading his cult into the caves
 
2011-10-27 11:57:02 AM

PunchDrunkPanda: Btw, this is what Samara looks like now:

[www.byrnerobotics.com image 282x300]

[www.posters555.com image 282x400]

[www.coleer.com image 640x853]


Rhonda!!!
 
2011-10-27 11:58:15 AM
The part where Johnny Depp got sucked into the bed was pretty cool, though.
 
2011-10-27 11:58:45 AM

yves0010: Weigard: Burke, Carter J.

I dont know whats worse... I dont see them f--king eaching other over for a god damn percentage!


"This is not my office!"

/wish he'd said that upon being discovered
 
2011-10-27 11:59:41 AM
Meh..Freddy didn't do it for me. Comedy and horror don't mix imo.

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Serious horror is serious.
 
2011-10-27 11:59:52 AM

gunga galunga: bigmattress: gunga galunga: bigmattress: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 610x457]
/hotlinked

If only the rest of Poltergeist II wasn't so ridiculous, Reverend Kane would be a top contender. As it is, all his awesome scenes are undermined by the cheesy finale where the grandmother returns from Heaven to hand deliver Carol Anne back to the family. Boooooooooooooo!!!

That scene on the front porch, though. Creepiness personified. You know something's wrong, just can't explain why. But yeah, diamond in the rough, that character.

"I'm sorry to see you're still unconvinced."

/also the flashback scenes of him leading his cult into the caves


*shivers*
 
2011-10-27 12:00:59 PM
You know what scared me way more than it should have:

www.fantastique-arts.com

Dark Night of the Scarecrow
 
2011-10-27 12:01:25 PM

BroVinny: yves0010: Weigard: Burke, Carter J.

I dont know whats worse... I dont see them f--king eaching other over for a god damn percentage!

"This is not my office!"

/wish he'd said that upon being discovered


Would of made me laugh...

That movie still gives me nightmares. And I thought 1 Xenomorph was scary. Now a whole army of Xenomorphs... yeah, Im boned.
 
2011-10-27 12:01:39 PM
Does The Thing count as a character? The whole arm bit/spider head scene was one of the scariest things I'd ever seen.

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2011-10-27 12:03:09 PM

Sybarite: Does The Thing count as a character? The whole arm bit/spider head scene was one of the scariest things I'd ever seen.

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I dont think it counts as a character as in a tangable person / creature we can think about. The Thing has to many forms and could be anything it wanted to be. But yes, on my list, the Thing is near the top.
 
2011-10-27 12:03:16 PM

dittybopper: You know what scared me way more than it should have:

[www.fantastique-arts.com image 554x400]

Dark Night of the Scarecrow


Bubba didn't do it!
 
2011-10-27 12:03:48 PM
My favorite horror movie baddie is the Terminator--to be specific, the relentless, heartless, will-decimate-a-police-station-to-get-to-you killer Terminator, not the reprogrammed, one-liner spouting, surrogate father-figure Terminator.
 
2011-10-27 12:04:46 PM
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Beats Freddy and Michael hands down for scary .

Consider yourself lucky if all he does to your face is rape it.

Even if you leave the country he will be waiting for you when you get off the plane. He's just so much SMARTER than you that he'll get you no matter what.


/#7 Candyman. Tony Todd needs more love.
 
2011-10-27 12:05:51 PM

yves0010: Sybarite: Does The Thing count as a character? The whole arm bit/spider head scene was one of the scariest things I'd ever seen.

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I dont think it counts as a character as in a tangable person / creature we can think about. The Thing has to many forms and could be anything it wanted to be. But yes, on my list, the Thing is near the top.


Yeah, The Thing is pretty terrifying, especially if you can't tell who it is inhabiting. The scene where they are testing the blood made me jump the first time I saw it.
 
2011-10-27 12:07:45 PM

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came for this, leaving terrified
 
2011-10-27 12:19:09 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2011-10-27 12:27:05 PM
0.tqn.com
/1 and 2 were good
//Skip the rest
 
2011-10-27 12:27:15 PM

Not terribly scary, but so much fun!


www.stomptokyo.com
 
2011-10-27 12:34:59 PM

dittybopper: You know what scared me way more than it should have:

[www.fantastique-arts.com image 554x400]

Dark Night of the Scarecrow


I recently watched that for the first time since it aired. It's even creepier for me now that as an adult, I picked up on the creepy pedo vibes off the Charles Durning character. As a kid, I never understood why this mailman had such a hang up over the girl's friendship with the older retarded man. I remember thinking, "you're not her father. What's it to you?". Now I get it.
 
2011-10-27 12:36:05 PM

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I see this on here all the time. What movie is this?
 
2011-10-27 12:36:33 PM
sharetv.org
 
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