I did enjoy Tim Curry’s Pennywise. Brings back fond memories of my youth.
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The Pale Man is frickin’ scary, I don’t care what anyone says.
Swamp thing? Really?
Okay, so Swamp Thing isn’t even remotely scary and I still own all those original volumes of the Moore/Bissette/Totleben/et al run.
but yeah, I’ll give the pale man consideration.
the rest of the list? meh is the word.
I didn’t recognize a few of the monsters. I’ll have to check out the “pale man”. Pennywise is great because a lot of people were actually scared by him and it’s old enough that it does seem very classic. I thought swamp thing was good, or became good, at least in some crappy movies.
Pretty uninspired, but I’m with him on the Pale Man. Do the Daleks from the original Dr. Who not count as monsters and/or new classics?
The Pale Man from El Laberinto del Fauno
The Death Angel from Hellboy II – this guy gets my vote for best creature design of all time. Not really scary, but great to look at!
Audry II from Little Shop of Horrors – She eats people!
Aliens from the Aliens franchise – they lay eggs in you and have acid for blood!
Pyramid Head from Silent Hill (the game more than the movie)
The Wheelers from Return to Oz – scared the crap out of me as a child.
The monster from the Host – just for being bold enough to run people down in broad daylight.
The Penguin from Batman Returns – bad movie, great “monster.” He tears into whole raw fish infront of other people and has black blood. Nasty!
No Face from Sen to Chihiro (Spirited Away) – He eats people, vomits all over the place, and he wants to eat a little girl. Does any more need to be said?
The bunny from Monty Python and the Holy Grail – He’s got really long ears and really sharp teeth!
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