Top 10 Worst Movie Monsters
With the approach of Halloween, our minds have been wandering toward creepy horror movies and we’ve come to a conclusion. Not all things that Hollywood call a monster can be deemed scary -some are just plain ridiculous, others are just lame. Here’s our top 10 worst movie monsters!
10. Millard Findlemeyer (Gingerdead Man)
Ok, so the casting of Gary Busey as a villain is always a good call, but as an evil gingerbread man? That’s just plain dumb. Know how you defeat him? Leave him out at Christmas and Santa will sort him out.
9. Jack Frost (Jack Frost)
No not the one with Michael Keaton. This Jack Frost is a serial killer who somehow gets turned into a killer snow man… yeah. That makes about as much sense as a sugar coated toothbrush. Just chuck some hot water on the bugger to melt it.
8. Chucky (Child’s Play)
It may have installed a fear of dolls into so many but in essence Chucky is still a doll even if it has a spirit of a homicidal maniac living in it. Come on it’s a dolly! You can pull it’s head off, melt it, all sorts.
7. Zombies (Any zombie film except 28 Days Later)
Zombies are just a bit rubbish really. If it wasn’t for their numbers they wouldn’t be so threatening. More like a drunk teething baby. It will bumble around a bit, try to bite stuff and then fall over. They aren’t particularly fast either and their lack of mental power gives them a bit of a disadvantage.
6. Giant Bunnies (Night Of The Lepus)
That’s right. The monsters of this film are giant blood thirsty rabbits. Dumb, dumb, dumb. Maybe a giant case of myxomatosis would put a stop to them.
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