Top 10 scariest maniacs
Last night I spent watching scary old black-and-white Hitchcock’s horror movies. Classic! So I decided to make a list of the scariest movie maniacs. Let’s check out the most frightening.
10 Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Gunnar Hanson)
Texas Chainsaw Massacre was the pioneer of slasher films and among the first really bloody and murderous horror movies based on lots of bloody scenes, and a lot of dismembered bodies lying round the place. Now we all consider TCM to be classic of the genre, but you know I wouldn’t let my children watch it. I remember it was the scariest thing from my childhood.
9 Ghost from Scream
That awful black smock and a scary ghost mask became the most remarkable of the film. Oh, yeah, don’t forget shrieking cries of this maniac’s victims. Don’t Answer The Phone. Don’t Open The Door. Don’t Try To Escape.
8 Jame Gumb/Buffalo Bil from The Silence of the Lambs (Ted Levine)
Remember Dr. Hannibal Lecter? I often think of him as the main badass of the film, though actually he was the one to help Clarice Starling (Judie Foster) catch the real villain. As for Buffalo Bil, he liked to dress up like a girl, and sadistically torture his victims. A very strange character, a very scary one.
7 Travis Bickle from Taxi Driver (Robert De Niro)
Bickle is a NY taxi driver with a strong sense of justice. He might not be the most murderous maniac, but he’s surely the one with greatest psychological issues. Travis wanted to fight with NY assholes but eventually he turned into one of them. Travis Bickle has a significant feature that makes him stick out of the crowd – he is in love with a teen slut played by Jodie Foster.
6 Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th
When Jason was young he was often offended by older guys. So once they just got him drown. Oops. Anyways, when Voorhees rose from the dead he became one of the most remarkable antiheroes in movie history. Remember his distinctive feature? Yeah, it’s a hockey mask (I remember I wanted to have one!)
5 John Doe from Seven (Kevin Spacey)
Greed. Gluttony. Sloth. Lust. Pride. Envy. Wrath. That’s what you can be punished for if faced with a religious fanatic with a very kind and innocent face. John Doe thought he was punishment himself. Remember his apartment? Think that was really well done.
4 John Ryder from The Hitcher (Rutget Hauer)
Before The Hitcher horror films mostly used grotesque maniac images. As for this flick, it showed one must be careful when opening his door for a nice fellow hitchhiker with blue eyes and a nice smile. Unlike other movie maniacs, John Ryder was more than normal, and that was the scariest part. The terror starts the moment he stops.
3 Norman Bates from Psycho (Anthony Perkins)
That’s the film about how you must NOT treat your son. As psychologists say, all problems originate in childhood, and Norman Bates is a vivid example it’s true. “Too long under the domination of his mother” I think that’s the reason. Some scenes from the Psycho have been remade in other horror movies, but Psycho was the origin, the pioneer in its own way. Hitchcock is the man!
2 Freddy Kruger from A Nightmare on Elm Street (Robert Englund)
She is the only one who can stop it… if she fails, no one survives… Kruger’s everlasting, that’s what I thought watching the sequels. Burnt face, scissor-fingers… well what else to say if he was born to a maniac. Freddy managed to combine supernatural forces and human passions. Freddy still lingers in the pits of hell with no indication if or when he will return… Scared? Sorry, it was a joke.
1 Patrick Bateman from American psycho (Christian Bale)
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