Natural horror is a subgenre of horror films that features nature running amok typically in the form of animals or plants that attack and/or kill humans. These organisms, which may be mutated or uncharacteristically dangerous for their species, act as the primary or. 100 Horror Movies From the 70’s If you are old enough, you might remember growing up and watching some of the old horror movies from the 1970’s. Horror movies that scared me when I was young. 11 classic horror movies worthy of scaring any child yesterday or today. Warning: This article contains graphic images that may not be suitable for everyone. There are many components that make a successful horror film, but one that die-hard fans fiend for is gore. Some films are over-the- top with the gut-wrenching disembowelment.
It wasn’t great, but it was far from the first time WWE has doled out a dubious horror movie moment. From Undertaker, to Kane, to The Wyatts, the company has a long (mostly embarrassing) history of trying to scare its audience. So, slide your butt to the edge of your seat, because here are some of WWE’s lamest, strangest, least- shocking . Boogeyman was based on a particularly odd, PG idea of what might make somebody creepy — he was a guy who painted his face like a ladybug? And carried around a rubber heart and an alarm clock? It seemed like the dude playing him was legitimately a little insane, so it sort of worked, but I’d mostly describe Boogeyman as weird and kinda dumb, rather than scary.
The Undertaker Locks Warrior In An Airtight Casket. Subscribe to UPROXXDuring the summer of ’9. WWF kicked off some grade- A crazy by having Ultimate Warrior put in an appearance on Paul Bearer’s Funeral Parlor. Never one to bother scouting for danger, Warrior struts right by a conspicuous Undertaker- sized coffin and starts spouting his usual Warrior nonsense in Bearer’s face. As they jaw- jack, Undertaker emerges from the Undertaker- sized coffin (shock!), attacks Warrior and locks him in another casket, which we’re assured is both inescapable and airtight.
It’s actually a fairly unnerving scenario, and WWF plays it up for all it’s worth, but the whole thing passes into the realm of the absurd as a parade of schmoes impotently try to open the casket with every kind of tool you can imagine. After a while, you half expect somebody to start beating on the coffin with a Wiffle bat. Eventually, they get the coffin open.
But Warrior wasn’t done with getting ambushed just yet.
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter: now that's an encounter! In this low-budget western/horror hybrid movie filmed in 1966, fictionalized version of the real-life western outlaw Jesse James encounters the fictional granddaughter (the movie's title.
Greatest Movie Misquotes (Part 1) Greatest Movie Mis-Quotes: Some of the most classic film lines or scenes are really only legendary and/or apocryphal, or they are merely movie misquotes, but after many years of repetition and being. Movies and TV shows like Dexter are constantly trying to outdo themselves with over-the-top serial killers (a Hannibal episode featured a killer who turned his victims into musical instruments -- no, really). But real killers are just boring assholes with crippling mental illnesses and no scary.