The character of Pinhead presented something of a departure from the horror movie villains who preceded him. Unlike Leatherface, Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers, he can and does speak. However, he speaks very little and is rarely comical, as Freddy Krueger or Chucky are. When he does indulge in humor, it is notably dry.Pinhead kills not indiscriminately, nor for vengeance; he kills because he was conjured from Hell by the opener of the puzzle box.Pinhead does not kill quickly; he and the Cenobites are well-versed in torture. Death does not end the suffering of his victims, either, as the victims are brought to Hell/The Labyrinth, where, Pinhead says, "We have an eternity to know your flesh."He is nearly physically unstoppable and invulnerable. He easily terrifies hordes of humans and can persuade anyone to do nearly anything. His favorite attack form is creating chains with hooks attached to perforate opponents and savagely mutilate them. These chains are subject to his total mental control and he may direct them any way at will. The chains may even change shape after having attached to a victim.
Chucky (Child's Play)
Charles Lee Ray, or Chucky for short is a doll that was possessed by means of voodoo magic by serial killer Charles Lee Ray, the notorious Lakeshore Strangler. During most of his time as a doll, Chucky chased after a boy named Andy Barclay because Andy was the first person he told his real name to as a doll.He must transfer his soul into the body of the first person that he revealed his true identity to or else he will be trapped in the doll forever.
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Michael Myers (Halloween)
Michael Myers (also known as The Shape), John Carpenter and Debra Hill developed the character for the film, which was originally called The Babysitter Murders. Myers never speaks and his "adult" face is rarely seen in any of the films. In the first Halloween installment, the mask was a Captain Kirk Halloween mask, modified by widening the eye sockets, teasing out the hair, and painting the face bluish-white. The character also wears dark blue mechanic's coveralls, and black army boots. The subsequent masks, different in each film, base their appearance upon this mask. Michael Myers is well over six feet tall, demonstrates superhuman strength together with animal-like cunning when searching for victims, and consistently displays a lack of human emotions.Halloween is the story of a boy who was misunderstood as a child. He takes out his problems on his older sister, whom he murders at the beginning of the film. This is just the start of things to come from Michael Myers.
Donald Pleasance plays the doctor who's been studying Myers for years. He knows that something is different about him, something mysteriously evil. This evil will not be contained, and it cannot be stopped.
After an escape from an institution, Myers tracks down his younger sister. If he kills her, there may be an end to the troubles of this misunderstood boy. But he seems to have problems in finishing his sister off as other people get in the way. He manages to take them out while still looking for that one girl he needs.
Leatherface (The Texas ChainSaw Massacre)
Leatherface is a "severely mentally retarded and severely mentally disturbed" man who wields a chainsaw. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was inspired in part by killer Ed Gein, who wore the skin of his victims and corpses.Leatherface's real name is Thomas Hewitt. His mother died giving birth to him at the meat factory where she worked, and Thomas was left to die in a dumpster.Thomas would later make a mask out of human skin by slicing off the face of one of his victims after killing him.With a healthy round of mass murder and cannibalistic tendencies under his belt, he remains a disturbing and unforgettable figure in the horror world.He wears a mask of crudely sewn together skin, taken from past victims. It is kind of reminiscent of facial surgery gone awry. He blunders along grunting and making other incomprehensible sounds as he goes. He has only a single friend. And that friend is his very own trusty, rusty chainsaw. Because to him, the saw is family.
Mickey and Malory Knox ( Natural born killers)
Mickey Knox is a meat man. He makes a house call one day to deliver quite a lot of pork. While the father is off argueing with his wife about his health, Malory come down the stairs looking like an angel. Mickey drops the meat, quickly flirts with her, and steals her father's car and takes her for a ride. Love is born.Together, they kill her parents and set her brother free before turning to Route 666.It is along that long stretch of the American landscape where Mickey and Mallory kill probably one hundred innocent people. Kill as they may, they always pick one to tell the tale, who is allowed to survive.
Jason Voorhees (Friday the 13th)
A vicious mass murderer, he has a presence in all the films, even when he is not the killer. With his trademark hockey goalie mask and machete, he is arguably among the most recognizable villains from any slasher film. Throughout the series, Jason has never spoken aside from occasional mumbles and groans, and a few words in the ninth film of the series when he possessed another man's body.Some fans believe that Jason is mentally disabled as well as deformed, but in-film details tend to indicate otherwise, and only his physical deformities are established canon so far. Jason was most certainly born with some degree of malformation -- as shown in the flashbacks of his drowning -- but his mental abilities are not clarified within the films. Nor is his onscreen portrayal consistent with that of a retarded man; Jason has exhibited intelligent traits such as stealth, cunning, combat ability such as knife-throwing and (in Jason Goes to Hell) the ability to speak. However, he regresses to childlike naivete when confronted with images that remind him of his past or his mother -- a fairly consistent trait throughout the series. A likely assumption is that Jason is not mentally disabled, but that he is, at least in part, still a child emotionally.
John Doe (Seven)
Hannibal Lecter, say hello to John Doe. He's your cinematic kin, a killer just as brilliant as you, just as brutal and remorseless.John Doe, played by an unbilled Kevin Spacey, isn't a cannibal, but a brainy psychopath who elaborately stages his murders and bases each on one of the seven deadly sins. And no, he doesn't feast on his victims with fava beans and a nice chianti (smack! smack!), but leaves the corpses in various stages of rot.
For his first showpiece, J.D. force- feeds an obese man to death and writes ``Gluttony'' in grease on his kitchen wall. ``Greed,'' written in blood, marks the spot where a fat-cat attorney is slaughtered in his showplace home. For ``Lust,'' John Doe forces a man to kill a prostitute with a blade-tipped dildo.
Frederick Charles Krueger — or simply Fred or, most commonly, Freddy Krueger — is a fictional character from the A Nightmare on Elm Street series of horror films.
As long as his victim was dreaming, Krueger could inhabit and control their dreams, twisting them to his own ends. Any physical harm done to a person in this dream world would carry over into the real world, allowing him to easily commit multiple murders. Krueger often toyed with his victims by changing his form and surroundings, usually resembling the boiler room where he was burned. His powers increased as more and more kids believed he existed. At the height of his powers, he could cause severe damage in the real world. This included possession of humans (as shown in the second Nightmare film and Freddy vs Jason) or his corpse (as shown in the third).
One, two, Freddy's coming for you.
Three, four, better lock your door.
Five, six, grab your crucifix.
Seven, eight, gonna stay up late.
Nine, ten, never sleep again….
Dr.Hannibal Lecter (Thomas Haris-Red Dragon,The Silence of the Lambs,Hannibal,Hannibal Rising)
Lecter is an ingenious, cultured psychiatrist and resourceful serial killer, who practices cannibalism upon his victims. He has often been rated amongst the greatest villains in literature and film.As a child, he showed the first and earliest sign of sociopathic behaviour: sadism towards animals.Lecter first appeared as a minor but important character in Harris's novel Red Dragon. In the next book, The Silence of the Lambs, Lecter came into his own, and the movie version highlighted the killer's complex relationship with FBI agent-in-training Clarice Starling. In these two novels, Lecter, in his indirect, Cheshire-Cat way, advises the FBI as they hunt for headline-making serial killers who are on the loose and very active. He himself is not the target of law enforcement's full-court press until Hannibal, the third book in this series. In Hannibal, Lecter is at large and up to his old tricks. His face altered by plastic surgery, he has taken a new identity and moved to Rome, an environment that better suits his cultivated tastes. Clarice Starling, now a full-fledged special agent, picks up his trail, hoping to recapture the wily psychoanalyst with a taste for human flesh.
Norman Bates (Psycho)
Absolute the greatest fictional movie murderer character of all time.The character was based on real-life serial killer Ed Gein.Bates suffered severe emotional abuse as a child at the hands of his mother, Norma Bates, who preached to him that women and sex were evil.After all, Norman’s mother was a very dominant person while Norman was just a weak little puppet.
Since dealing with problems can be a difficult thing when you’re an insecure person, Mother took over when necessary. But the easiest way to solve problems is to eliminate them. Playing two people at the same time can be an exhausting thing, so Norman, to save his energies, unconsciously took the easy solutions. What better way to get rid of unwanted visitors than stabbing them with kitchen knives? After all, everyone has a kitchen and some knives in their house don’t they?
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