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The movie industry uses horror as a way to entertain and scare people. Horror has become a big thing that can rake in millions of dollars at box offices. You will find different scary and chilling characters in every horror movie. There are some which are very famous and popular, but there are other characters which tend to scare us more than others. Here we will discuss 13 most terrifying Halloween Horror Movie characters of all time.
Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs Movie
Hannibal Lecter is a cannibalistic serial killer featured in The Silence of the Lambs movie. This infamous character played by Anthony Hopkins was also featured in Red Dragon, published in 1981 and considered an early version of The Silence of the Lambs movie. However, he is not completely interchangeable with Clarice Starling because their cases took place over 20 years apart. The Silence of the Lambs is an American 1991 crime thriller film directed by Jonathan Demme and based on the novel of the same name by Thomas Harris. It stars Jodie Foster as Clarice Starling, who must catch notorious cannibalistic serial killer Thomas Harris (Anthony Hopkins).
Pennywise the Clown in It movie
Pennywise is a fictional character and the main antagonist in Stephen King’s novel It. Pennywise the Dancing Clown is a clown that can appear in various forms, including as a muscular, clown-like man. He is one of the most frightening villains in horror fiction and through his many forms he has been described as the true face of evil. The Losers Club, led by Bill Denbrough, fights Pennywise with their minds and skills while their families fight him with weapons. Pennywise takes control of the Losers’ bodies and battles them individually before seeking out their group to end their resistance.
Leatherface in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Movie
Leatherface is a character from the horror film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre . He is played by Peter Wyngarde who had a body similar to Leatherface in appearance. The character Leatherface was based on several people and also has some similarities to other characters in the movie including his own father, Charles Hewitt as well as other characters such as Drayton Sawyer who appeared in other earlier films produced by Tobe Hooper and co-founder of The Butcher Shop, George Wilbur Fiskard.
Freddy Krueger in A Nightmare on Elm Street Movie
Freddy Krueger’s story has been told over and over again because he exacts revenge against those who use children as bait to trap people in their nightmares. Regardless of how many times the story is told, it always packs an effective punch. That’s because Freddy is one of the most terrifying characters in horror movie history. His attacks are so unexpected that you never know what manner of threat he might be plotting until he lunges at you with a bladed glove while also wielding your child in one hand and your family pet in another.
Michael Myers in Halloween Movie
Halloween is the most iconic movie in horror movie history. Michael Myers has become an icon for a reason, he’s scary as hell! You see this guy sneaking through the doors of your neighbors house, hiding in their bushes, waiting for them to walk by. He’s back again to finish what his friend psycho Sam got started? I loved this character back when the first Halloween movie came out almost 30 years ago and I still do today. If there was ever a great example of how filmmakers put themselves into their characters then Halloween is it. So sit down and enjoy my guide on Michael Myers’ inception and portrayal in Halloween movie film series.
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Jigsaw in Saw Movie
Jigsaw is a character in the Saw series of movies. He has been played by Tobin Bell since the beginning of the series, his most recent appearance being in “Saw VI”. He is considered to be one of the most famous antagonists in horror film history and his inclusion in this list of people playing Jigsaw serves as a point of similarity with many antagonists from different horror films. In the original Saw movie, Jigsaw was known simply as John Kramer, but this was changed when Jigsaw was renamed for subsequent movies.
Jigsaw’s first appearance was in Saw I (2004). He is a serial killer who traps his victims in his home, which he has rigged with traps that cause severe physical or psychological pain when triggered by a hinged trapdoor above them. His goal is to see which of the victims will be willing to help him escape his cell on death row, thus proving their worthiness as an accomplice after death. The film begins with Detective Hoffman and rookie officer David Tapp arriving at John Kramer’s home to investigate a suspicious death involving one of their fellow officers. They find that Kramer has already murdered two more officers who had previously investigated him over suspicions that he was trying to break out of prison.
Jack Torrance inThe Shining Movie
The Shining is an eerie horror film about Jack Torrance, a writer who takes his son Danny to the Overlook Hotel for the summer. The hotel is owned by a man named Dick Hallorann, who was employed at the hotel as a cook in its original incarnation. While there, Jack begins to exhibit increasingly paranoid behavior and violence, which leads to horrific events that test his sanity. Stanley Kubrick directed the film and wrote it with his wife and collaborator Diane Johnson. It was nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars in 1980 and is considered one of the best horror films ever made.
Samara in The Ring Movie
Samara from The Ring is coming back to theaters. And she’s looking better than ever. The 2017 remake of the 2002 German film, which also starred Naomi Watts and Johnny Depp, will be released on Oct. 19. Though details are still forthcoming including the actual plot we do know that Emma Ruth Rundle will play the adult Samara who’s passed her summer vacation in Tokyo at the end of Part I after being tormented by an evil spirit.
This time around, Samara returns to her childhood home where she must battle an ancient evil and find a way to save her family from certain death. As reports suggest, this version may contain some changes from its predecessor: The Ring 2 had a more modern feel when compared with its predecessor; whereas this remake will likely be more in line with how first-time director F. Javier Gutiérrez envisioned it when he took over for Hideo Nakata in 2002.”
The Xenomorph in Alien Movie
The Xenomorph is one of the most popular monsters in movie history. It was created by Ridley Scott for the 1979 film Alien and has since spawned a whole franchise. The Xenomorph has become an iconic villain, appearing in fourteen movies in just over thirty years. The first time we see the Alien it is on board a spaceship belonging to a race known as “Xenomorphs.” This alien creature possesses a wild face-hugger, which attaches itself to a victim’s chest after being introduced through an open wound or a cut. The face-hugger then starts to consume its host’s tissue, growing larger and more powerful as it does so until finally bursting out of its host, who will die shortly thereafter.
Jason Vorhees in Friday the 13th Movie
There have been many variations upon the story of Jason Vorhees but the most famous movie is Friday the 13th. The movie was released in 1980 and starred Robbi Myers as the sister who was murdered by Jason Vorhees. The game that followed in 1982 was far from a success. Many fans of the film were very upset by this and even had an unsuccessful boycott of the franchise . However it’s now clear that there were many parts of the film that deserved recognition for its intriguing plot, memorable characters and amazing gore effects.
The Thing in The Thing Movie
The Thing in The Thing Movie is a very sad movie to watch. It is about a group of Antarctica scientists that are on their way back home from an expedition when they find out that other group members have been attacked and killed by a creature hidden within the ice. That creature turns out to be an Alien. This is where the movie starts getting interesting because there are many stories around this creature and it’s origin, with each story having conflicting information. The characters then go around Antarctica in search of this mysterious creature, which leads them to think that maybe there might be more than one alien life form on Earth in addition to what we already know about. The characters then start testing different environments for any traces of DNA or anything else and soon learn more about what type of creature these aliens truly were and how they came into existence.
Ghostface in Scream Movie
The classic horror film, Scream is widely considered the best slasher movie ever made. The movie boasts great characters and iconic moments from some of the greatest actors in Hollywood. One character that many had been curious about, was Ghostface. For those who haven’t seen the movie, Ghostface is a masked killer who wears a hockey mask. Many had wondered how he was able to hide his face so effectively when everyone knew he was there. Even more questions revolved around who his identity was as there were many possibilities for him such as a stalker, an escaped convict or someone who had simply found himself in a bad situation during the events of the film (such as being caught in all-out war between two different gangs).
Pinhead in Hellraiser Movie
Pinhead is a fictional character and the main antagonist in the Hellraiser series of horror films. He is portrayed by Doug Bradley. Pinhead appears as a tall, thin man wearing ragged clothes, with long white hair made from human skin, long fingernails, a sharp-toothed mouth with numerous rows of sharp teeth, and a large head that sits on top of his shoulders. He is most commonly seen with his signature appearance – horns protruding from his forehead and upper cheeks, only partially covering his eyes.
He has appeared in several other media adaptations outside of the original film series: he was featured on an episode of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997), as well as The Simpsons (both 1998). In both instances his role was minor. Pinhead also makes an appearance in Clive Barker’s 1996 novel Weaveworld as one of three main antagonists; this version is described as being more powerful than any other incarnation seen before or since.
Ultimately, ranking these characters in terms of scariness was an impossible task. Some movies contained only one truly scary character, whereas others had a whole host to choose from. The best we could do was rank them on a worst-to-best scale according to how much horror we personally experienced while watching each film. So if you want to avoid the scare of your life, proceed with caution. It’s never too early to start planning for next year’s Halloween.
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