Leslie Vernon is the focus and antagonist of the cult classic mockumentary comedy-horror Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon. He is a wannabe serial killer inspired by the likes of Jason, Michael, and Freddy (who in this world really exist). What he lacks in physical power he makes up for in his cunning planning and setting up of traps for his would-be victims. Don't forget to wear and tear his clothes. Leslie Vernon walks barefoot, so it's recommended that you wear sandals when not posing for pictures. Black face paint for the black circles around his eyes.
September 12, 2015 by Amy
7 Days in Hell is a mockumentary following Aaron Williams (Andy Samberg), the adopted brother of Venus and Serena Williams. He was once a tennis pro until a freak accident at a match. After a failed attempt at designing male underwear, he makes a tennis comeback at Wimbledon by playing against the heavily favored Charles Poole. Aaron breaks all the tennis rules with his crazy hair and style and with his crazy behavior, not unlike this other tennis star.October 10, 2013 by Jaime
Freddy Krueger may know when you’re sleeping and when you’re awake but he’s no Santa Claus. With biting wit, he manipulates his victim’s dreams making everyone afraid to fall asleep. While Freddy’s powers are not easy to obtain, you can get his look with little effort. The hardest part is the make-up and if you really want to be authentic you can put burn holes in your clothes. That’s really the only way you’ll get away with wearing a Christmas sweater all year.
October 9, 2013 by Amy
In Saw, John Kramer is a civil engineer dying from an inoperable brain tumor who decides to help others appreciate the value of life. Instead of giving them a pep talk however, he builds complex torture devices that they can only escape through self-sacrifice. Typical engineer.October 23, 2016 by Real Human Bean
Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is the villain of the classic Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho and the novel it’s based on as well as the TV series Bates Motel. Commonly cited as the first “modern slasher” character, Bates is still to this day one of the most insane and mentally complex villains in all of horror. Bates himself is harmless, but due to his split personality he “becomes” his psychotic dead mother (whom he had an incestuous relationship with) who murders any female she believes is getting close to Norman.
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