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The Adams Family (1960 -1999) Thing T. Thing, also known as just Thing, is The Adams Family's hand servant. This creepy hand was originally conceived as part of a basement Thing. This creature's appearance was so repulsive that people could only stand to see its hand. That's why, in the early 1960s TV series (and for effect purposes), Thing would emerge from various boxes around the house. From the 1991 film onward, special effects had advanced to the point where Thing could be portrayed as a fully disembodied limb. While the majority of The Adams Family appears to be human, to some extent, Thing is the only supernatural creature and thus the most strange and creepy aspect of the films and TV show.

Hartman, Dwight David Cross takes on the role of Professor Oldman's assistant. Scary Movie 2: Family Edition None Current Status Alive Parody of a parody of a parody of a parody of a parody of a parody of a Dwight Hartman is a key character in Scary Movie 2. David Cross, best known for his role in the TV show "Arrested Development," played him.

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#33 of The Fly (1986). The science-fiction horror film directed by David Cronenberg was a remake of the equally exciting 1958 film of the same name. In both cases, they described how an eccentric, impassioned, and hapless scientist, Dr. Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum) in this film, accidentally merged at a molecular-genetic level with an ordinary housefly during a teleportation incident using an experimental telepod device. There were several gruesome scenes: an unsuccessful transport of a baboon turned it inside out, and the squirming remains were shown. Veronica Quaife (Geena Davis), Seth's girlfriend/lover/science reporter, felt hairs growing on the back of a slowly degenerating Seth.

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Re-Bride Animator's (1990) Bride is the sequel to the 1985 body horror classic Re-Animator, and it follows Herbert West (Jeffrey Combs) as he continues his strange experiments with his re-animation reagent. West, having discovered that he can reanimate body parts, creates a severed hand with a single eye ball stuck in the middle, which crawls around the lab, leering at things.

- The foul-mouthed parrot who appears throughout the film resembles Paulie. His foul language even rubs off on the teddy bear, which had not yet been released. When Ray rapes the clown, who resembles the clown from Poltergeist, when Alex is dragged across the ceiling, and when the tree smokes Shorty. - When Ray rapes the clown, who resembles the clown from Poltergeist, when Alex is dragged across the ceiling, and when Shorty is smoked by the tree. Poltergeist II - Hanson's actions and creepy comments are a parody of the film's iconic preacher ghost antagonist. Hanson also sings "God is in his holy temple" and uses Kane as the evil spirit's last name and lineage.

Amelia is a'singleton' who has just returned from a trip. She hasn't been back a minute before her nagging ninny of a monster mother (during the obligatory "Mom, I'm Home" call) starts in on her about her latest boyfriend (Amelia-tested, Muther- approved NOT.) The topic also shifts to something she brought back with her for her most recent other-half, and what a hairy-ass-ugly gift it is! (Perhaps she thinks of her man even less than Mom does, but that's another story.) It's a nasty-looking Zuni fetish doll with a sharp little spear and even sharper teeth, as well as a gold chain around its waist. Of course, while she's handling it, she accidentally knocks the chain off, and that's when the real fun begins. You've GOT to see this little S.O.B. go after his "PREY" if you want to know where CHILD'S PLAY'S Chucky got his inspiration.

Browse The Horror Dome's selection of puppets, dolls, and ventriloquist dummies and bring home a shockingly disgusting, creepy and frightening, or frank and funny sidekick. These terrifying props are hand painted, haired, and detailed by skilled craftspeople, and they look incredibly real. Choose from a wide range of options, including the classic ventriloquist dummy, a number of eerie porcelain dolls that will up the freak-factor, and possessed puppets that will have your guests shrieking with delight. Greet trick-or-treaters on your front porch with the baby werewolf you just rescued from the woods, and watch all but the bravest of them flee. Create a hall of evil dolls in your haunted house attraction to set the tone for a macabre scene involving murderous toys. If all of this doom and gloom has you down, try a witty ventriloquist routine to lift your spirits. This collection contains the ideal props to keep both adults and children entertained. It's up to you whether you want to scare them or make them laugh.

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Return to Oz No. 2 (1985) Mombis's heads Gayle, Dorothy! Gayle, Dorothy! Finding one horrifying thing among the myriad options in Return to Oz is a little difficult. There really isn't a place to begin, given how strange, wonderful, and warped the film is. Wheeler dying by transforming into sand? Electrocution? Who is the Gnome King? Chickens that talk? That, however, pales in comparison to Mombis' hall of heads. All of these lovely women, their lovely heads harvested for this hideous witch, all with open eyes and calling Dorothy's name. Hello there, therapy! 1 The Endless Story (1984) Artax is no longer alive. For once, we are not blaming the Henson Company (though I could have included some scenes from The Dark Crystal on here). Just so you know, when a boy's horse diesnot just dies, but is slowly consumed by sinking sand while he screams and claws and cries and does everything he can to save him but fails, that's a little intense. I don't think I ever got over it. Beautiful, lovely horsie. *sniff*

If you didn't already have a fear of vomiting after seeing what's coming out of this poor lady's mouth, you probably do now. It doesn't help that the film is apparently about a plague-carrying Sumatra rat-monkey. I'm going to bury myself under the covers for the rest of my life. Bye. Let's be honest: there are numerous reasons why this popular horror franchise has terrified legions of children all over the world, and the movie cover is just one of them. The show revolves around Chucky, a well-known doll who has come to life after being possessed by the soul of a murderous serial killer. Were you even human if you weren't terrified of Chucky as a child? Dolls are inherently frightening, and Chucky is no exception.

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Several years later, Hanson served Professor Oldman and Dwight Hartman as a servant when they used the edifice for a paranormal investigation disguised as an insomnia project. Cindy Campbell, who resembled Caroline, was the first student to arrive. Hanson assigned her to Caroline's old room.

3 Satan's Claw's Blood (1971)

Blood on Satan's Claw, a British period piece, begins when a 17th-century field hand unearths the remains of an old demon, attracting the attention of a group of teenage devil worshipers led by Angel Blake, played by the lovely Linda Hayden. The cult storms the small village outside of Cornwall, performing a series of rituals and ceremonies to resurrect the demon.

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[] Scary Movie 2 The Professor and Dwight eventually organize a study at Hell House to use Cindy, Buddy, Shorty, Theo Keyoko, Alex, Brenda, and Ray as bait to elicit paranormal activity in the house while masking it as a sleep disorder study. He expresses strong opposition to the Professor's desire to use his hidden cameras to spy on the showering female students. Dwight eventually develops a competitive rivalry with Hanson due to their disparities in handicaps. He and Shorty also get into a fight with a foul-mouthed parrot.

* The Haunted Hill House: There's a lot to see here. To begin with, it's a large haunted house with a basement full of dusty rooms. Brenda laughs at one of the skeletons from the 1959 version before popping its skull off. * Hollow Man: The crew employs goggles that enable them to see ghosts as well as guns that kill them. However, the professor's assistant Dwight (David Cross) claims that all of the money has been spent on that, so they must communicate using paper cups connected by string. In addition, Cindy and Buddy are locked in a freezer and escape by constructing a bulldozer out of packing tape and foil, spoofing the easy construction of an electromagnet in the Kevin Bacon/invisible-man film.

So there's a lot strange about Esther from the start. Then things start happening. It starts with her hurting a girl at school and quickly escalates to her viciously murdering the orphanage's head with a hammer. Soon after creepily attempting to seduce her adopted father, we discover that Esther is a mentally disturbed, murderous 33-year-old woman with a condition that causes her to appear childlike. And she reveals this to the camera in a disturbing way when she reveals straightjacket scars, her real grotesque teeth, and her womanly body. (Yes, we know she's not technically a child, but we spend the majority of the movie acting as if she is, so we include her on the list anyway.) Sixth Sense

Return to Oz No. 2 (1985) Mombis's heads Gayle, Dorothy! Gayle, Dorothy! Finding one horrifying thing among the myriad options in Return to Oz is a little difficult. There really isn't a place to begin, given how strange, wonderful, and warped the film is. Wheeler dying by transforming into sand? Electrocution? Who is the Gnome King? Chickens that talk? That, however, pales in comparison to Mombis' hall of heads. All of these lovely women, their lovely heads harvested for this hideous witch, all with open eyes and calling Dorothy's name. Hello there, therapy! 1 The Endless Story (1984) Artax is no longer alive. For once, we are not blaming the Henson Company (though I could have included some scenes from The Dark Crystal on here). Just so you know, when a boy's horse diesnot just dies, but is slowly consumed by sinking sand while he screams and claws and cries and does everything he can to save him but fails, that's a little intense. I don't think I ever got over it. Beautiful, lovely horsie. *sniff*

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