In the Friday the 13th series, Jason Voorhees is a killer on the loose, mostly in camp sites but sometimes in outer space. That iconic hockey mask is worn to hide his disfigured face. Just don't confuse him with Michael Myers, he really hates when that happens.
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August 1, 2013 by Jaime
Sometimes people are pushed to the brink and for 17-year-old Carrie it was prom night. While her classmates may have thought otherwise, Carrie’s homemade prom dress was actually quite nice. However, if you don’t want to be confused for just any prom queen then you need to cover yourself in fake blood. As for acquiring telekinesis, you’re on your own with that one.October 7, 2013 by Amy
In Child’s Play, a serial killer dubbed the Lakeshore Strangler is cornered, shot, and left bleeding to death. Fortunately he knows some voodoo, and transfers his soul into a Good Guy doll. In his pint-sized overalls, he carries on with his killing spree. It’s more terrifying than it sounds, honest.
October 14, 2013 by Amy
In The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Leatherface is a chainsaw-wielding, psychopathic murder who has a taste for human flesh. He and his inbred family hunt down victims and turn them into practical items like housebuilding materials and meat for BBQ and chili. Probably the scariest thing about Leatherface is that the fact that he was inspired by real life killer Ed Gein, who wore a mask of human skin.June 2, 2013 by Tom
Sometime after the Civil War, Candyman is attacked by a lynch mob that cuts off his hand and sets bees to sting him to death. If you chant “candyman” five times while looking in the mirror, he’ll appear in his fabulous fur-trimmed coat and murder you with his hook hand. Fortunately, it’s just an urban legend…
October 13, 2013 by Amy
Anyone who’s afraid of clowns is probably afraid of them because of Stephen King’s It. It is able to shape-shift and exploits the fears of its victims. It primarily takes the form of Pennywise the Dancing Clown in order to attract its preferred prey, young children.
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