The Leprechaun franchise goes back to 1993, when Jennifer Anistion got to experience how much balefulness a leprechaun (Warwick Davis) can summon.
After that, five more movies quickly spawned, from the hands of Hollywood, which took our green killer on a journey that reached all the way into space.
Now, in Leprechaun: Origins, he has his shiny buckled shoes safely back on the ground in his home turf – the verdant Irish countryside – where four young backpackers will be painfully aware of his sinister nature.
Today I added a quiz to see how much you know about our beloved horror villains. I bet you can recognize and name a lot of those morbid, scary and fascinating villains, if you should see one, but can you place them in their respective movie or franchise?
Wer seems to be an interesting werewolf horror from The Devil Inside director William Brent Bell, staring A.J. Cook from Criminal Minds, Sebastian Roché, who played Balthazar in Supernatural and Vik Sahay.
In the movie we meet defense attorney Kate Moore (A.J. Cook) who is assigned to defend a mysterious loner, who’s accused of a horrific massacre on a vacationing family. As the investigation proceeds, Moore starts to suspect that there could be something inhuman dwelling inside her client’s body.
Oculus, is an upcoming horror movie scribed by director Mike Flanagan, with a spine chilling story revolving around the twisted fate of two siblings and a mystifying mirror.
Ten years ago, Tim was convicted for the brute murder of his parents. Now, when he’s released, all he wants is to put the tragic events from his childhood behind him and get on with his life. His sister, Kaylie, on the other hand, is still haunted by the events, and convinced that an evil force, dwelling in a mirror from their childhood, is the one to blame for their parents brutal death not Tim.
“There is a quarter missing…”
Her head begun to spin like a slow carousel, her throat dried up and when she tried to swallow, she started coughing. The tall man in front of her uttered a hollow sigh, while his bluish-gray eyes, moved over the endless line of people behind her.
“Excuse me?” she asked with a hoarse voice and shook her head.
The man stared deep into her eyes.
“A quarter, there’s a quarter missing, for the charge.” His voice was sharp and it planted a seed of doubt in her head.
“But, but I gave you the money,” she looked back at the man with big innocent eyes, “I know I did!”
In The Conjuring, we get follow the ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren, as they embarks on a chilling investigation of the horrific events that are taking place in the Perron family’s secluded farmhouse. An investigation that put the Warren’s face to face with a dark and baleful being, which made them fear for their life.
In 1984, the first Terminator movie, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as the dreaded killer machine, slammed into 1,005 theaters, grossing over four million dollars, followed by two sequels with a total gross of over 1 billion. Now, almost 30 years after, a reboot, consisting of a stand-alone trilogy, is taking shape, through a joint venture between Skydance, Annapurna and Paramount.
This new poster for Chad Crawford Kinkle’s debut, Jug Face, conveys a rather eerie atmosphere, and the more you look at it, the more it manages to crawl under your skin, just like the story of the movie.