Top Ten Movie Killers

posted on 3/1/13

We presents the Top 10 Most Deranged and Insane Movie Serial Killers of All Time. Perhaps we can arrange a meeting for lunch?

#10 Jack Frost (Scott Macdonald)

…. Snowman? No. Much, much more. I am the Wizard of Blizzard! Hahahahahaha! Now run you little mountain goats! …

One of the most absurd Slasher Movies made, Jack Frost, not to be confused with the family friendly film starring Michael Keaton that came out a year later, is about a convicted Serial killer who is genetically bonded with snow during a car accident on the way to his execution. He then becomes a murderous snowman set on revenge and causing sadistic mayhem.

Jack Frost (Letterbox Version)

#9 Max Cady (Robert De Niro)

…Every man… every man has to go through hell to reach paradise….

A remake of an older film with the same title Cape Fear starring Georgery Peck and Robert Mitchum, De Niro plays Max Cady, a tattooed, cigar-smoking, bible-quoting, psychotic rapist. Freshly released from prison, Cady stalks and torments his former lawyer who withheld evidence which could have saved him from prison.

Cape Fear (1991)

#8 Dr. Heiter (Dieter Laser)

…Now you can bite me. Bite my boots! Bite my boots!…

The mastermind behind the Human Centipede, Dr Heiter kidnaps and imprisons two American girls and a Japanese man to surgically attach them together by their gastric systems into a symbol of human misery.

The Human Centipede (Unrated Director’s Cut) [Blu-ray]

#7 Machine (Chris Bauer)

…There’s no mystery. Things I do, I do them because I like them! Because I want to!…

Nick Cage as Private Investigator Tom Welles in 8mm tracks the source of a snuff film to bring it’s creators’ to justice. His primary target is discovering the identity of the masked killer in the film, the violent and mysterious Machine, the murderous crony of demented film producer Dino Velvet.

8MM: Eight Millimeter

#6 Basket Case

What’s in the basket? Easter eggs?

The twisted half of the Brothers Bradley in the film Basket Case, Duane and his brother whom he keeps in a basket are seeking revenge on the doctors which separated them, so deformed is Duane’s Siamese Twin, the doctors questioned his humanity sending him on quest for venagence in a frenzy.

Basket Case (20th Anniversary Special Edition)

#5 Pennywise (Tim Curry)

I’m every nightmare you’ve ever had. I’m your worst dream come true. I’m everything you ever were afraid of.

 A Metaphysical Shapeshifting Demon from It, Pennywise is representative of everything evil and foul, a monster which feeds on children’s fear then killing them.

Stephen King’s It

#4 Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale)

I want to stab you to death, and then play around with your blood.

 Christian Bale’s controversial role as investment banker Patrick Batemen, the inhuman murderer from American Psycho is one of the most chilling portrayals of a man beyond human feeling.

American Psycho

#3 Candyman (Tony Todd)

Be my victim.

 The supernatural ghost of a murdered man, Tony Todd’s unforgettable role as Candyman is one of the most jarring monsters of film. Appearing without warning, and striking viciously with no sense of rational material logic to his form, he is the boogie-man par excellence.

Candyman (Special Edition)

#2 The Tall Man (Angus Scrimm)

You play a good game boy, but the game is finished, now you die.

 Phantasm’s primary anatagonist, The Tall Man kills you with his flying spheres, shrinks your corpse and reanimates you to become his slave. The grim austere villian steals the scenes as the star of the series of the Phantasm films.


#1 Joker (Heath Ledger)

If you’re good at something, never do it for free

 Considered by many to be the best of the Jokers, in The Dark Knight, Heath Ledger’s portrayal of the most famous of Batman’s enemies will always be remembered for Ledger’s tragic death after the film, but this tragedy does not change the strength and conviction of Ledger’s acting in the film, giving the Joker a new dimension to an already complex and horrible character.

The Dark Knight (+ BD Live) [Blu-ray]

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