Top Horror Movie Killers

The Top Ten

1 Michael Myers (Halloween) Michael Myers (Halloween) Michael Myers is a character from the Halloween series of slasher films. He first appears in John Carpenter's Halloween as a young boy who murders his older sister, then fifteen years later returns home to murder more teenagers. more.

The scariest thing about him is that he is such a mystery (referring to the original Halloween films). Nobody every understood what made him this way. He was just a faceless voiceless killer... Who was also incredibly smart.

The guy only walks when he kills... How awesome is that? Plus his mask is f'ed up

Michael has the longest movie so far that know of right now and he kills fast too.

Yeo love All his movies

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2 Freddy Krueger (A Nightmare on Elm Street) Freddy Krueger (A Nightmare on Elm Street) Fred "Freddy" Krueger is the main antagonist of the A Nightmare on Elm Street film series. He first appeared in Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).

A villain that can infiltrate your dreams... What's scarier than that? There's no where you're safe. Eventually you have to fall asleep. In your dreams, your darkest fears dwell, and he can prey on that. The idea freaks me out. - heather

Michael, freddy, and jason are all amazing! Its really hard to choose, but if I had to I guess it would be freddy or Michael. I've always (since I was little) had a fascination with how freddy kills people in their sleep! Michael and jason are easier to escape because they are in reality, but you can't NOT got to sleep

Movie killers with personality can't be scary? Think again. Freddy is a relentless, mysterious, and confident force that makes you honestly believe there's no way out. Even the comical version of him that started showing up in sequels manages to be creepy and effective.

Finger knives and dreams mix so well! - Ashes

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3 Jason Voorhees (Friday the 13th) Jason Voorhees (Friday the 13th) Jason Voorhees is a character from the Friday the 13th series. He first appeared in Friday the 13th as the young son of camp cook-turned-murderer, Mrs. Voorhees.

You gotta understand the top ten has the scariest mother f*s people can see. Mikey was pretty awesome. Freddy is the bomb because instead of the whole silent thing, he makes jokes. Chucky is a comedy, he sucks. Creepers gave me a few good nightmares, the rest were okay, (can't include jigsaw. The traps are cool, not him. ) Think though. Jason's been scaring for generations. Back then when killing and walking with a weapon was the scariest thing, he fit the bill. Now people have been able to make him do that and look cooler. He will always be number 1.

Jason has been stabbed, shot, hung, drowned. And impaled by his own machete but he always come back to slaughter anyone who enters camp crystal lake. JASON RULES!

It's always a competition between freddy, jason and Michael. All three are great and always try and compete for the top spot. I likeall three of them. A nightmare on elm street was the highest rated of the three franchises and the best one received by critics. The longest was the halloween sereis. The best finacially was friday the 13th. All three are tied so I don't want to rate them but, Michael is the most leathel, freddy is the smartest and jason is the most powerful. All three are great and no other franchise or killer has comes this far and close to popularity. All three for the win

I love Jason he should definitely be 1th

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4 Jigsaw (Saw) Jigsaw (Saw) Jigsaw is a character from the Saw series. He first appears in Saw as a man whose wife passed away. After that, he did lots of tests on people.

Michael Myers: Stabs people... Looks badass and is very strong... Movie was one of the best of all time... Kills in sleep, awake, or anywhere... Death result: Not so graphic. 7/10 for good villain-ness

Freddy Krueger: Practically anything he can think of can kill... Looks both threatening and comical... Movie was highly successful... Kills in victim's dreams... Death result: Anything, from off screen stabs to EXTREME GORE... 9/10 for good villain-ness.

Jason Voorhees: Stabs and slashes... Looks very threatening and strong... Movie was... Ok?... Kills anywhere in any way he can with his machete... Death result: Gory... 6/10 for good villain-ness...

Jigsaw: Like Freddy, kills in whatever way his expanded mind can create... Puppet looks and sounds like it could jump out of the screen and gouge your eyes out... Movie was good... Captures victims, and places them in a contraption that they can escape... Or can't... Death result: EXTREME GORE. 10/10 for good ...more

Instead of chasing around people with a weapon, walking slowly for scare factor, etc Jigsaw instead is a man trying to have people pay for their sins in an extremist way by having them go through traps, losing limbs, mentally torturing and physically torturing devices. Altogether he is a mastermind, therefore, making him easily terrifying unlike for example Jaws who is just a shark who came across some humans when he was hungry. The funniest part about that is that sharks do not go after people almost all the time so that movie, in general, is invalid. Anyways, Jigsaw is easily someone to be terrified of.

Are you kidding me? How is jigsaw not number 1? He some how takes you without you knowing. You wake up in an abandon building with some device on you or around you and you have a certain amount of time to do anything he wants to make you do otherwise you die? The devices could kill you quickly or slowly whatever he wants Michael myers stabs you, freddy should be number 2 because he can get in your dreams and kill you but jason uses a machete so yeah jigsaw is definitely number 1

€I don’t have to kill anyone; you’ll just do it for me.” ;D

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5 Leatherface (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) Leatherface (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) Leatherface is a character in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre horror-film series and its spin-offs. He wears masks made of human skin and engages in murder and cannibalism, alongside his inbred family.

With many other horror baddies (most of whom are on the list), the filmmakers tend to overemphasise how evil they are to add to the escapist element of those films and to make them very scary. Here however, it is very different. Leatherface (keeping in line with the film he came from) is an anomaly simply on the grounds that he feels more real than most villains due to how nasty both him and his family are. While other villains may have a compassionate or humanising side (like how Jigsaw is a dying cancer victim & Kayako is living in eternal sorrow over her death), Leatherface and his family have no redeeming quality whatsoever. They just want to kill you. This in turn makes them very menacing villains as there is no leeway to how low they'll go to kill or weaken their victims, mainly encapsulated in the scenes where one of the killers knocks a weapon out of their victim's hand with a broom while taunting her, where the characters try to get the grandpa to kill a victim with a hammer ...more - Mrveteran

He is a serious bold face killer. He could chainsaw me in half and then eat my heart and brain. If would be in mental condition if I saw him in life and in a dream. That man is creepy he could even scare the most dangerous animal ever. I'm freaked out

In my view, I think Jason, Ghostface and especially Freddy Krueger are highly overrated as scary horror icons. A large man with a chainsaw over his head, with the pleasance to wear a mask made out of human flesh definitely hits the radar of the creep factor, if anything, more so than Jason or Freddy.

Kick are

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6 Hannibal Lecter (The Silence of the Lambs) Hannibal Lecter (The Silence of the Lambs) Dr. Hannibal Lecter is a character in a series of suspense novels by Thomas Harris. Lecter was introduced in the 1981 thriller novel Red Dragon as a forensic psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial killer.

Hannibal Lecter, only at #9? Seriously? The killer who eats his victims and wears peoples skins? And delivered the iconic lines of "A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti"? Come on! Let's get cinemas greatest killer to the top!

Nothing more scarier than a unpredictable, smart killing machine like Hannibal Lecter.

What can I say? I've just watched the Hannibal quadrilogy and I'm pretty sure that he deserves to be called the scariest horror movie killer. He didn't need to use anything, by speaking he scares people. He's a genius! "His genius undeniable his evil unspeakable"

Because why not

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7 Ghostface (Scream)

Ghostface, of course! Hidden behind a mask, people would not really recognize him. I don't know if he was captured or not (I know in almost ALL horror movies it happens, but I only made it half of the movie)

Ghostface, who doesn't love ghostface? You never know until the very end who is hidden behind the mask. The scream movies are the best. You never know your always shocked who it is in the end that's what makes it so good its just really great to watch!

I love these movies the plots are awesome but the cheesy catch phrases ruin some moments like the classic "not in my movie" and ghost face is awesome my second favorite I have to admit Michael myers is best but ghost face is at least second

His is that you need to know about ghostface.he learn from every horror movie

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8 Chucky (Child's Play) Chucky (Child's Play) Charles Lee Ray is a fictional character and the titular antagonist of the Child's Play horror film series.

Parents usually want to protect their children from seeing horror movies, but this is the one horror icon that even kids sometimes think that they shouldn't watch. It makes all talking dolls creepy as hell, and if you pretend to take out the batteries in front of your friend, and then activate the doll, they will flip out. It's so easy to prank people because it's an item you probably grew up with yourself, whereas other movie psychos are something you only see in movies.

He scared the crap out of me and still kinda does he always will remain number 1

The first time I saw chucky it was when seed came all I could remember is that stitched face and that laugh it gave me nightmares I couldn't even say his name I had to say the C word I was 14 when I saw my frist chucky film and I fell in love with him chucky will always be my #1 killer

Charles lee ray is a boss. and he actually has a personality. instead of the Michael Myers and puck head. slowly walk and somehow manage to catch everybody. could fly to England and there Jason is coming down the runway at night right behind the plane kinda scenes. WALKING. retarded..

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9 Pennywise the Dancing Clown (It) Pennywise the Dancing Clown (It) It (sometimes capitalized as IT), more commonly known as Pennywise the Dancing Clown, is the titular main antagonist of the novel, its 2017 film adaptation and the 1990 TV adaptation. It was portrayed to be a shapeshifting and malevolent entity millions (possibly billions) of years old, and with no more.

Take everything that should be fun and pleasant for kids and turn it into something sick and phobia causing. Even balloons became scary after this movie!

Extremely the most scariest clown if you meant him in real life. I would crap my pants if I ever saw him or if he enters my house. The balloon part was the nastiest scene I have seen. Blood gushing every where. I am now scared of balloons.

I think they 1990 version is better then the 2017 version sense Tim Curry is funnier then Bill, Bill doesn't seem like a clown more like a killer in a clown costume Bill is scarier then Tim but Tim is a clown you just now but his humor.

Disturbing on all levels - blackflower

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10 The Creeper (Jeepers Creepers)

He never stops chasing you once he finds something he likes. He shows no mercy or humanity. He will torture you, eat you and smile while doing it. No one knows what he is or how to kill him. There's no running, there's no hiding. He should be number 1.

Dude, he feeds on people, has an underground cave that plays his own song, rips out peps eyeballs, stretches them out, eats their flesh, cannot die, is not predictable, has special weapons, can fly, and comes back every, what was it? 27 years to eat peps, no matter how much you've hurt him! :O sounds creepy to me, for all I know, he could be stalking us ALL!... Ah- - Me7676

The creeper is a creature that just won't die and that's the thing that is different about a lot of people on the list. He is an immortal beast. If decapitated the creeper his head would grow back, like in "Jeepers Creepers 2".

My favorite horror movie franchise, I just love how it is, one it chooses you your screwed unless you can last until he goes to hibernate, but these movies are just the best

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The Contenders

11 Norman Bates (Psycho) Norman Bates (Psycho) Norman Bates is a character created by writer Robert Bloch as the main character in his novel Psycho, and portrayed by Anthony Perkins as the primary antagonist of the 1960 film of the same name directed by Alfred Hitchcock and its sequels.

People don't seem to get the difference between a movie monster and a killer... Norman Bates deserves number 1, but if anything he should be in the top 10 if only for the reason that Pennywise, Pinhead, and the Creeper shouldn't be on the list to begin with - dubsinthetubs

Are you kidding, #15? Out of all these killers, Norman, Jack Torrence, Leatherface, and maybe Hannibal or Buffalo Bill are the only ones who actually feel realistic. Now I haven't seen Texas Chainsaw, but out of the baddies from The Shining, Silence, and Psycho, Norman takes the cake. Something about that awful smile he has on when he's in the dress with the knife is just chilling beyond belief.

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Holy #%@$ Norman bates is the best, he was emotionally troubled and mentally ill and a total psycho, he made the most infamous movie scenes EVER... the shower scene

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12 Pinhead (Hellraiser) Pinhead (Hellraiser) Pinhead is the main antagonist of the Hellraiser film series. He is the Hell Priest of a sinister realm called the Labyrinth, and is the leader of the order of the gash, an order of demons known as Cenobites who collect the souls of victims who open the lament confirmation.

The movie screwed him up in the 4th one and the others after, then Hellraiser: Revelations came, and screwed the whole franchise up, with shocking ratings and salty reviews, the franchise was officially done! He was a badass in the first 3, memorable quotes such as "We'll tear your soul apart! " And "The box... You opened it... We came..." And also "We have such sights to show you! "

Only here cause it's a low budget movie and not many people like him so meh what the hell

Pinhead's a badass. I didn't expect him to win, but he should be way higher that this.

Original and badass - blackflower

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13 The Death (Final Destination)

The thing about death is, even if you escape him, he will always find you. There is no cheating death, which is the whole point of the series.

The death killed in all so horrible ways. Really never thought of such kinds of deaths. - dontmesswidme

I love this because death kills them disgustingly amazing

Roller coasters could actually be scary because of him

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14 Carrie (Carrie) Carrie (Carrie)

What's scary about this poor girl is that she can kill you in MANY ways. Hitting you with a table, impaling you, stopping your heart, crushing you, etc. Her telekinesis is the thing that makes everyone fear her. Also have you seen her eyes during the prom scene in the 1976 version? And her sadistic smiles in the 2013 version? Creepy as hell.

Come on Guys what's scarier then a girl covered in blood brutally killing you with telekinesis?

She's not really the villain, right? - NjakDjak

I feel so sorry for her - blackflower

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15 Jack Torrance (The Shining) Jack Torrance (The Shining) John Daniel Edward "Jack" Torrance is the main antagonist of Stephen King's horror novel The Shining.

The movie is really awesome and I think Jack needs to be a little higher than this.

Jack was just downright frightening in a weird way.

Are we serious? Best performance ever! Jack was Jack and he was all evil and smile. I can accept a JT vs. Michael Mayer, but no one else!

Yjr book was more subtle, and in my opinion that made the rampage more scary - blackflower

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16 Candyman (Candyman) Candyman (Candyman)

Try it, look into the mirror and say candyman 10x. It will come out

Whatever you do don't say his name three times

He appears when his name is said 5 times in a mirror. Then he guts you to death.

The bees are what really got me - blackflower

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17 Angela Baker (Sleepaway Camp)

Very underrated and forgotten female horror movie killer. She's the queen.

She is a boy. AND THAT IS MESSED UP. - lolfmn13

I’d go crazy too if I was put through that - blackflower

18 Leprechaun (Leprechaun) Leprechaun (Leprechaun)

11? At least put him in the top 5! He kills in the most awful ways.

Hey in my head he is better then pin head

It was this or JAWS

Hahaa! Leprechaun is hilarious, although he is quite pervy. - kaisietoo

19 Xenomorph Alien (Alien) Xenomorph Alien (Alien)

Brilliant villain from one of my favourite films. The alien creature has an unique and very iconic design, but on top of that is an extremely hard force to fend off. Much of the tension in the original Alien comes from not knowing when he'll strike next, which leads to a lot of edge of your seat moments that few have replicated successfully since. Meanwhile, the Alien itself is very hard to kill. While many of the other villains are human and very vulnerable, this bad boy doesn't go down without a fight, as seen in the film Aliens where a marine squad were unable to take down a swarm of these without a significant loss of life and resource. Add to the fact that the mythos is very compelling, and you have a unique villain that many have tried to copy but none as successfully as the original. - Mrveteran

How so low? This guy will make a clean cut of your neck with his tail and use your body to harvest more of his kind

Xenomorph should be at least top 8. It has even and a second mouth.

So awesome. - blackflower

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20 The Shark (Jaws)

I know that this probably doesn't stand as tall as say Samara, or Jason. But I still think that this shark deserves some recognition. I mean he made people (including myself) afraid to go back into the water. You have to be scary to do that. He's the reason I love sharks. Also the movie Jaws is actually one of the good shark movies, you know which ones aren't. ( Sharknado) He also made the shark's name as "Man-eating". That takes skill. Great whites are famous because of him, and that's why I think he's so great!

That big shark scared a lot of people away from the ocean, when it first come out. I think Jaws should be higher on the list.

The shark makes everybody watched the film want to stay out of the water. I think that he should be number 1.

Did you know the director of this movie just wanted to show the nature of sharks and when he heared the results he was shocked

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21 The Predator (Predator)

Great villain. For me, only the original film has managed to convey the sense of menace it has. The sequels essentially made it cannon fodder, but in the original it was downright invincible. Wiping out Arnie's whole squad and then Arnie just barely defeating him gives the creature a sense of threat few others have. Meanwhile, the mythos surrounding the creature gives it a lot of character. Great all around. - Mrveteran

The predator is good for being silent but deadly, you'll never see him and he is one ugly mother...

I wished I never watched that movie cause I did not sleep at all for then next 4 nights

Luckily we wouldn’t be targets. - blackflower

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22 John Doe (se7en)

Brilliant villain. While for me a lot of Seven is a little too slow for my liking, the parts with Doe (mainly the fantastic twist at the end) sell it for me. An unnerving performance by Kevin Spacey creates a truly remarkable villain whose punishments for the characters are utterly twisted, especially if you remember what's in the box. - Mrveteran

One of the most psychologically terrifying killers. The scariest thing about him is his ability to bend and manipulate a person.

The most twisted m effective ever seen - Spencer-67


23 Annabelle (Annabelle)

This movie just sends a chill down my spine just it being based on a true story is so unoriginal only a couple of other horror movies do this

So cool that I want a replica - blackflower

The movies are not scary

It's so creepy. The fact that it's based on what the porcelain doll does, it's scarier than I expected it. Oh and the end, that's so annoying, not the bad kind of annoying, just the 'well this is a bumber' kind of annoying.
The cycle just goes over, and over, until the demon Possesing (I think) the doll leaves annabelle.

24 Boogeyman (Boogeyman)

More like boogerman ugh

Seems scary maybe not

Nuh this pose to be first

25 Bufflo Bill (The Silence of the Lambs)

How is he this low like come on

Bill is inteligent merder, the Bill is look dead man and woman the butterfly larva. Is variation to doing stope and pick up his power.

26 Tom Hanniger (My Bloody Valentine)

It is not very bad I love it not really scary

He killed a woman and ripped out her heart and drew a heart in blood on the mirrior

You have to feel bad for him since 2 other idiot co workers went to the valentine party and left him and a few other co workers to die!

This movie was the best

27 Keyser Soze (Usual Suspects)

I'm sorry but Usual Suspects is a crime thriller. It's not a horror movie!

Great villain, but The Usual Suspects isn't a horror movie. - Mrveteran

Best horror movie killer EVER!

For kevin, spacey for ever

28 La Femme (Inside)

its good

29 The Director (The Cabin in the Woods)
30 Billy Loomis (Scream)

Yes he was like one of the best killers in all of the scream movies he is my best and favorite killer of ghostface

31 Kate (Paranormal Activity)

The girl next door turns out to be in fact the obsession of a particularly nasty demon. This all spells disaster for her uber positive boyfriend mika. The final scenes are horrific and confirm sweet little Kate has a dark side.

32 Wishmaster (Wishmaster)
33 Carl Stargher (The Cell)

Sicker than this man you will never find! - SerialSinner

34 Bill (Dead Silence)
35 The Thing (The Thing)

We'd all be screwed if this alien assimilated at least one of the top 10 killers on this list.

36 Pyramid Head (Silent Hill) Pyramid Head (Silent Hill)

Completely terrifying - blackflower



37 Cujo (Cujo)

Actually the subtext is "ELM STREET has a new pooch". ELM STREET. you might as well say freddy. - lolfmn13

As a dog lover, it was very effective - blackflower

Jason got a new dog his name is... cujo

He's a scary dog!

38 Regan MacNeil (The Exorcist) Regan MacNeil (The Exorcist) Regan Teresa MacNeil is a fictional character from William Peter Blatty's horror novel and film adaptation The Exorcist as a supporting character and its first sequel, Exorcist II: The Heretic and the sequel television series, The Exorcist, as one of the main protagonists in season one. In both films, more.

Regan should be number 1 because she can move objects - DENISAE

Regan Macneil Is Creepy-Looking Zombie Face Girl!

Seriously, that girl was awesome.

She’ll be traumatized for life - blackflower

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39 Bagul (Sinister)

You need to see the movie to get it! He has many names like Mr. Boogey or the Bagul or just siniser. He has a pale face, long black wet hair, google it and you will see it for yourself. Then if you are like me you will want to see the movie and then you will not sleep

I love Slipknot and I love horror so sinister was great for me.

He looks like Mick Thomson.

YA boy the Bagul! The true sco

40 Damien Thorn (The Omen) Damien Thorn (The Omen)

Damien�s mother was a jackal and his daddy was the devil. Sounds like an awesome paternity suit in the making. As a kid, the angel-faced five-year-old is an unholy terror on a tricycle.

41 Tiff (Bride of Chucky)

He was screwed up to begin with - blackflower

42 Esther (Orphan)

You have no idea how much Esther scared me.

Esther wasnt that brutal but deserves to be up higher

Her whole act was so convincinf - blackflower

43 Demon (Insidious)

Which one the bride in black or the lipstick face demon - cadespencer

44 Samara Morgan (The Ring) Samara Morgan (The Ring)

Seriously? 17? She comes out of your T.V. and mutilates your face, not to mention that she has killed a lot more people than almost everyone above her on this list. Just because they weren't on screen doesn't mean that it wasn't obvious that it didn't happen. Secondly, she doesn't die. You know that there is a third movie or remake waiting to come out at the right time. I'd like to see Jason and Freddy and Michael act cool when she comes out of there T.V. while they're watching modern family.

What can I say I feel sorry for her and besides shes only getting even with the world BUT SHE STILL SCARES ME

The little girl was the killer in this one you had to watch a specific tape the phone would ring after you finish the tape the voice would say you have 7days to live.

This one has to be in the to 10

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45 Kayako Saeki (The Grudge)

The horror movie villain I fear the most. I encountered her while watching a play through of the video game a few years back, and she still terrifies me. That awful croaking sound she makes and her scary presence still haunts me to this day. And while I know this sounds utterly pathetic, I still am slightly paranoid when getting to sleep, worried she is under my sheets. Truly scary indeed. - Mrveteran

Scary as hell... Even like 4-5 years after watching this movie, I still can't get that creepy "*uh*" out of my head and that scene where she pops around the corner... UGH THAT FACE! No other movie character has made me paranoid about closets and young Japanese girls...

Kayak should be #1 Because she can kill you anytime she wants. Plus you cannot fight her because of her appearance bloody and broken bones. Thus once you've been killed by her. The place where you have been killed will be infected by her curse, that will spread like a virus.

She didn’t deserve to die - blackflower

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46 Harry Warden (My Bloody Valentine) Harry Warden (My Bloody Valentine)

I loved that film. Especially the plot twist

1st real horror movie I watched

47 Roman Bridger (Scream 3)

Very underrated Ghostface Killer in the scream franchise I think he's one of the best he's better than Charlie and Jill in my opinion because he did it all on his own and he was responsible for the events of Scream 1 and Scream 2 so basically he's The Mastermind not Billy and Stu or mrs. Loomis and Mickey it was Roman that started it all!

48 Gage Creed (Pet Sematary)
49 The Strangers (The Strangers)

I am a horror movie freak and this movie scared the hell out honestly one of the best horror movies I have seen in quiet a while this is the kind of horror movie I look for whenever I want to see a movie

"Because you were home" This was the best horror move of it's decade.

50 Ash Williams (The Evil Dead) Ash Williams (The Evil Dead) Ashley James "Ash" Williams is a fictional character and the protagonist of The Evil Dead franchise. Created by Sam Raimi, he is portrayed by Bruce Campbell and is the only character to appear in each entry of the series, including an after-credits scene appearance for the remake-continuation film.

I like this guy he has a chainsaw as a hand

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