I have to give you SO much credit for using the Monster's correct name.
Actually, in the original, he sometimes was a small person. They would actually make a slightly larger set, so that everything seemed to be in proportion
@LunarPrincess05 , I'm kind of a Serial Killer junkie, so I've read all about that. But when they say "based," they mean, "very very loosely based."
Ed Gein, the inspiration for Leatherface, only officially killed one person, though it's a possibility that he also killed his brother, who reportedly died in a fire. He was really known for robbing graves, (9, to be exact,) and cutting up the bodies to make furniture and stuff. He had a very unhealthy relationship with his mother, and admitted that he was using the bodies to make a skin suit of her.
And the Trees Crept In
The Conjuring. The reason it's so scary is because they make you love the characters and then put them in horrifying situations.
Plus, James Wan knows how to use silence.
David Tapp and Kreuger
Is it possible that... Wait... Hold on... Yeah. Is it possible that you can like bad movies? Nothing wrong with it. I like all of these, except for number 2.
The one where chucky ripped out that woman's throat
Freddy pulling just ahead of Jason! Woo!
Maybe Mandy Lane?
Eventually. Once it's on DVD.
The new one?
Hmm. I don't know 10, but...
2. Layers of Fear.
3. State of Decay 2
5. State of Decay.
Freddy. Great one liners and epic kills.
The Shape and the Nightmare are both totally OP.
Jason is ruthless. He kills efficiently, but in my opinion that makes him boring