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  1. MichaelMyers

    No Mask Option (Idea)

    Don't worry about it. Most these people are complete morons. Everyone on this forum site are not open minded at all. I personally prefer that this should be in the game. Anyone saying that Jason without the mask ruins the mystery is stupid. I mean Jason isn't Michael Myers. Myers is the type of guy you don't want unmasked. With Jason there is no mystery simply because of the fact that he is unmasked in every movie except Jason Goes To Hell and not only that considering the fact it is an in game option anyways if you take enough damage then personally the player should have the right to start the match unmasked if they want. If any whiney little girl that sucks at this game is worried about getting killed as Jason unmasked then they shouldn't select the unmasked Jason option. I myself did a topic on this. It should be an option period. I'm all the way with you bud.
  2. I get what you are saying but I don't really agree with this. Far to many good points on the side that doesn't want this. It's a slasher game period and the goal is to avoid Jason at all cost.. However... I do happen to know a solution to your problem. Dead By Daylight but that game isn't as good as Friday The 13th in my opinion so I can't always recommend that.
  3. Yeah man. They should include a regular pitchfork like what Jason used in part 2 and I would like to see the kitchen knife of course too. Mainly because I'll admit I'm a huge Michael Myers fan "obviously haha" and because I think it would have brilliant kills. One could be where Jason aggressively stabs the counsellor in the gut then kicks them down the repeatedly starts stabbing them while Jason is standing over them, a second kill could be where Jason stabs them once in the stomach then they turn around to try to get away but before they even make a step Jason stabs them in the back then they fall to their knees and then Jason makes his execution from behind with a throat slit. Any ideas you have for any specific weapon and kill in particular?
  4. Hey man I checked out your post and I like it. The more we post our suggestions the more of a chance the developers are going to notice our ideas and agree. Good post man.
  5. Everybody has content to post even if it relies on the same subject. Plus the more content that is posted on the subject by more people the more the developers will have the chance to see what the fans want.
  6. I Don't entirely agree with that. I do agree that Jason should be allowed to swap weapons scattered across the map but I still think players should have the availability to choose their starting weapon.
  7. Yeah I know that. I have to explain to a lot of players complaining about the weapon swapping option that the strengths don't rely on the weapon but rather the Jason Never did I say that the weapon involved strength, rather the opposite.
  8. Haha yeah you're right.
  9. So now that we now know we are officially getting the availability to switch weapons in the next update I have a suggestion for this. Since we are now going to be able to switch weapons we should get a weapons pack. Matter of fact two weapons pack. Think about it... It will give us not only more weapons but a variety of different kills. We should get maybe two weapon packs. One with smaller weapons and the other with bigger weapons Weapon Pack 1 could have Kitchen Knife 🔪 Hatchet Mallet Etc. Weapon Pack 2 Sledgehammer Maybe a Chainsaw but I don't know how that would work for Jasons gameplay. But a kitchen knife would work. You could make the argument that a kitchen knife can't take a door down but that argument would be invalid for 2 reasons. One Michael Myers did it in H20 and secondly.... This is Jason fricken Voorhees we are talking about lol. Also there is a kitchen knife environmental kill but a variety of weapon selection would be great for gameplay and would most certainly make dlcs and especially kill packs worth more buying. And it doesn't have to be those weapons but you know, some kind of weapon pack would be good for a DLC with this new addition coming in the next update.
  10. I think it would be neat to add a new weapon along with this update.
  11. MichaelMyers

    Top 10 Horror Icons

    I really didn't care for silent night to be honest and pretty much my entire list is listed with horror icons except for Simon and technically I wouldn't say Leprechaun is iconic but you'd be surprised how many leprechaun fans would disagree with me. I should have added Jigsaw from Saw.
  12. MichaelMyers

    Top 10 Horror Icons

    This is my top 10 list but I want you to post your top 10 too. Because to me it's not a fact who the best slasher is it all simply remains on opinion. I would love for you to post your top 10 for others and myself to read because I just overviewed my top 10 and regret listing leprechaun. I just completely forgot about other horror icons I actually love. I have no idea how I made that mistake. I would put Jigsaw in my list and take leprechaun out.
  13. MichaelMyers

    Top 10 Horror Icons

    Now that you mentioned Jigsaw I completely wish I put him in instead of Leprechaun. I don't care for Victor to much in my opinion and decided to list my favorite movies. I don't really like leprechaun movies I just like his humor. I listed Simon from the Ugly because I sadly knew someone who was a good person who lost their mind one day and I thought The Ugly is a depressing sad horror film. Not unnecessarily a boogeyman but you know what I mean.
  14. MichaelMyers

    Top 10 Horror Icons

    Okay so I'm going to do a top 10 list of the greatest horror villains and I would like to see your opinions and your top 10 favorites in the comment section and keep in mind that this top 10 list is not based on facts but my opinion of the greatest horror villains. We all love our slasher antagonists from the gore, to the blood and the suspense so let's get down to it. 10. Leprechaun Leprechaun, is the main antagonist of the comedy-horror movie franchise. He is a Leprechaun leprechaun who kills anyone who steals his gold. Lubdan is a Leprechaun in Ireland at the time of King Sigtrygg Silkbeard in 994. The King grows ambitious for magic and power and summons all magical creatures to him. The Leprechaun comes and gives him magic, but demands the King's gold. The King gives him his gold and the Leprechaun treasures it. The Leprechaun gives the King various magic powers, then, when the King eventually dies, the Leprechaun and all the other fairies go back to the woods. The Leprechaun was one of the many hired by a king in the past to protect his gold and kill who ever touched it. While this mission was going on, a Knight tried to take the gold but was surrounded by the little Irish monsters and killed. When the king passed away, the Leprechauns were allowed to go back to their homes and be in peace again. But one did not go into hiding. Instead it kept its job protecting the gold from any life-form through time and space. The Leprechaun became obsessed with the pot of gold and would proudly kill to get it back. The Leprechaun's only weaknesses are the four leaf clover, wrought iron and destroying his gold. Okay to me this horror series feels more like a comedy but it works because it's meant to be that way. Quite fun movie to watch. A friend with weed is a friend indeed! -Leprechaun 9. Tall Man from Phantasm The Tall Man Dr. Morgingside (formerly) Lord of the Dead (self-proclaimed) Death Relatively little is known about the Tall Man. Once upon a time, he was a kind-hearted soul named Dr. Jebediah Morningside, an ordinary mortician who served as a medic for the Union Army during the American Civil War. Until he was experimenting with inter-dimensional travel and studying the connection between the world of the living and the realm of the dead. He does this to learn the mysteries of life and death, even to achieve immortality. After perfecting a machine that would allow him to travel between worlds, he stepped through the gateway. Upon his return he was no longer Jebediah, but the cold and evil being known to Mike Pearson and his friend Reggie as the Tall Man. It can only be speculated that while in a different dimension Jebediah's body was possessed by another intelligence, or that his physical likeness has been assumed by some otherworldly, evil entity while killing off the original man. It might also be that his experiences changed him radically. The Tall Man is the main antagonist in the 5 Phantasm movies Relatively little is known about the Tall Man. Once upon a time, he was a kind-hearted soul named Dr. Jebediah Morningside, an ordinary mortician who served as a medic for the Union Army during the American Civil War. Until he was experimenting with inter-dimensional travel and studying the connection between the world of the living and the realm of the dead. He does this to learn the mysteries of life and death, even to achieve immortality. After perfecting a machine that would allow him to travel between worlds, he stepped through the gateway. Upon his return he was no longer Jebediah, but the cold and evil being known to Mike Pearson and his friend Reggie as the Tall Man. It can only be speculated that while in a different dimension Jebediah's body was possessed by another intelligence, or that his physical likeness has been assumed by some otherworldly, evil entity while killing off the original man. It might also be that his experiences changed him radically. The Tall Man's purpose is to become the Lord of the Dead. He moves from town to town, first becoming the undertaker of that town and secretly removing the corpses from the graveyards and mortuaries. However, he is not content to just steal the already dead, but will soon kill the town's living population to add their numbers to his collection. The dwarf-like creatures he creates from the bodies of the dead serve him in our world, and he also transports them back to his own dimension. It is possible that he uses them as slave labor for his own world, the same way he uses his two legion of other undead minions called the Gravers and the Demon Troopers. The dwarfs were revealed to be byproducts of the process by which the Tall Man creates the Sentinel Spheres, which involves compacting the body and placing the brain into a metal casing. The Sentinels are used in his assaults against the living. So far he has not revealed any grand schemes for world conquest, and he tends to plunder only small, out-of-the-way towns; he is never shown invading large cities. And the towns he does plunder always seem to have an explanation for why the town's population is missing, such as a toxic waste spill. The Tall Man is a cold psychopathic traveler who explores worlds and knows all that is unknown while he destroys lives and commands his legion of the undead. This is a really good horror series and matter of fact has a musical score almost as good and chilling as Halloween. You play a good game boy, but the game is finished, now you die. -The Tall Man 8. Simon from The Ugly The film takes place in an old, worn down insane asylum in Auckland, New Zealand, run by Dr. Marlowe (Roy Ward). Simon Cartwright (Paolo Rotondo), one of his patients, is seeking an appeal from a psychiatrist to get a reevaluation of his mental state. He wants to prove that he’s been cured; Simon is a serial killer who has killed over a dozen different people. He wants a psychiatrist from outside of the asylum to take his case, and he specifically asks for Dr. Karen Shumaker. Dr. Shumaker (Rebecca Hobbs) has recently gained some publicity from winning a case involving another serial killer. Simon does not have a specific type of victim; this is not typical in a serial killer. His kills are random and Dr. Shumaker wants to know why. She asks if he feels any remorse or guilt, but he does not. All he says is that he simply had to kill them. As they talk through their session, the movie shifts to a number of flashbacks. First they delve into Simon's childhood, only to find out that he was bullied as a child and that his mother abused him. As an adolescent, the only person he had ever cared about, Julie (Vanessa Byrnes), was driven away by his mother (Jennifer Ward-Lealand). Simon found out that his father wanted custody of him so he could live a better life because of his wealth, but his horrible mother kept this information from him all this time. In response to this, Simon ends up slashing his mother's throat. He tries to make it look like a robbery took place and burns the house down, but the cops figure out what really happened. Simon is then locked away in an asylum for five years. Once he is released, he starts killing again. He kills lots of different people; his victims range from men to women, old and young. It seems as though there is no pattern in the way he chooses his victims, that it’s all the same to him. However, we learn of an instance in which he spares the life of a thirteen-year-old deaf girl. He tells Dr. Shumaker that he did not kill the girl because she was different: she was like him. Although he does not have a specific type of victim, Simon does have a signature method of killing. He slashes people’s throats with a large straight razor. He says that it is "the ugly" that makes him kill; it will not leave him alone until he has satisfied its voice. He and Julie got together until one night he murdered her. As Dr. Shumaker delves deeper into his psyche, she discovers that Simon, who claims to be haunted by the voices of his victims telling him to kill, as well as a malignant alternate persona called "The Ugly," may not be so much crazy as he is tortured inside from years of physical and psychological abuse. Simon reveals to have psychic powers. This is defiantly an underrated horror film and I think the movie is not only scary but depressingly sad. This is one of the only slashers I actually feel somewhat sympathy for and I think you should watch it. It is an extremely good movie. Part of me wanted to put this higher on the list. They won't leave me alone until I've done it! Each time they make it harder and harder and harder not to! Until I have to die... 7. Norman Bates from Psycho Both the 1959 novel, its 1960 film adaptation and the 1990 film prequelexplain that Norman suffered severe emotional abuse as a child at the hands of his mother, Norma, who preached to him that sexual intercourse was sinful and that all women (except herself) were whores. The novel also suggests that their relationship may have been incestuous. After Norman's father, John Bates, died, Norman and his mother lived alone together "as if there was no one else in the world" until Norman reached adolescence, when his mother met Joe Considine (Chet Rudolph in Psycho IV: The Beginning) and planned to marry. Considine convinced Norma to open a motel. Driven over the edge with jealousy, Norman murdered both of them with strychnine. After committing the murders, Norman staged it like murder-suicide, making it look as if Norma had killed her fiancé and then herself. After a brief hospitalization for shock, he developed dissociative identity disorder, assuming his mother's personality to repress his awareness of her death and to escape the feelings of guilt for murdering her.[4] He inherited his mother's house—where he kept her corpse—and the family motel in the (fictional) small town of Fairvale, California. Bloch sums up Norman's multiple personalities in his stylistic form of puns: "Norman", a child dependent on his mother; "Norma", a possessive mother who kills anyone who threatens the illusion of her existence; and "Normal", a functional adult who goes through the motions of day-to-day life. "Norma" dominates and belittles "Norman" much as she had when she was alive, forbidding him to have friends and flying into violent rages whenever he feels attracted to a woman. "Norma" and "Norman" carry on conversations through Norman talking to himself and to her corpse in his mother's voice, and Norman dresses in his mother's clothes whenever "Norma" takes hold completely. What better way to add a slasher to this list who started it all? I love the original Psycho film and the Bates Motel TV show. I did not care for the remake though. A boys best friend is his mother. We all go a little mad sometimes. 6. Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare On Elm Street Name Frederick Charles Krueger Occupation Power plant technician "BRT" Child murderer (when he was alive) Serial killer Dream demon Name Frederick Charles Krueger Relationships One of the Maniacs (Father, unknown) Amanda Krueger (Mother, deceased) Mr. Underwood (Adoptive Father, deceased) Loretta Krueger (Wife, deceased) Maggie Burroughs (Daughter) Occupation Power plant technician "BRT" Child murderer (when he was alive) Serial killer Dream demon Appearances Appears in all "A Nightmare on Elm Street" media as the main antagonist. Portrayal Robert Englund Kane Hodder (in Jason Goes to Hell) Frederick Charles "Freddy" Krueger is a serial killer and the main antagonist of the Nightmare on Elm Street series. A family man on the surface, Krueger was actually the serial killer known as the "Springwood Slasher". When he was caught and subsequently released on a technicality, the parents of his victims chased him to a shack out back of the power plant he once worked at and burned him alive. Rather than succumb to death, Krueger was offered the chance to continue his killing spree after death, becoming a Dream Demonthat could enter his victims' dreams and kill them in the dream world, which would thus cause their death in the real world and absorb their souls afterwards. He is the main antagonist of the Nightmare on Elm Street film series, predominantly portrayed by Robert Englund, and more recently, Jackie Earle Haley. When I was a young kid the only horror villain that actually scared the hell out of me was Freddy Krueger in the first film. When he makes his first appearance before killing Tina in the dark with his arms extended out, now that was creepy... As for the other films I thought they were a joke in my opinion. Whatever you do... Don't... Fall... Asleep! 5. Ghostface from Scream Ghostface is the main villain of the Scream series. Ghostface was named after a rubber Halloween mask inspired by the Edvard Munch painting The Scream. He has also been called the Woodsboro Killer, after the town where the Ghostface costume was first used to commit murders. Ghostface often called his victims on the phone, taunting or threatening them before stabbing them to death with an eight inch hunting knife. He occasionally asked his victims horror movie trivia, and stalked them in a manner reminiscent of said films. Unlike supernatural killers, such as Michael Myers or Freddy Krueger, Ghostface is human, but has several skills of a deadly killer. Ghostface is skilled in spying and stealth, allowing him to hide in unexpected places. Also, he exhibits extreme durability against physical harm and has high levels of physical strength. Ghostface is sometimes a little bit of a klutz. Ghostface gets hit by doors and other objects like a refrigerator door while fighting with Tatum, and sometimes falls down to the floor while chasing Sidney. I love the Scream series and it is one of the only horror series that has characters that I don't want die and feel sympathetic for even can make you shed a tear or two. My favorite film in the series is the original one. Rules to succesfully survive a horror movie: You may not survive the movie if you have sex. You may not survive the movie if you drink or do drugs. You may not survive the movie if you say "I'll be right back", "Hello?" or "Who's there?" 4. Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Year of birth 1947 Age 70 Status Deceased (TCM2 timeline), Unknown (TCM3 timeline), Alive (The Next Generation & TC3D timeline) Leatherface (real name: Jedidiah Sawyer) is a fictional character and the main antagonist in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre horror film series. He is usually portrayed as mentally handicapped or disturbed. He wears a mask made out of human skin, which leads to his eventual name - Leatherface. The character is loosely based on the real-life serial killer Ed Gein, who is remembered as one of the most brutal serial killers in American history, whom also happened to skin his victims alive and wear clothes made out of their skin. Leatherface is usually depicted with his iconic chainsaw, but he is also known for using a large sledgehammer to attack his victims. The original film never shows Leatherface without one of his human-flesh masks. He differs from most other movie killers, in that the films portray him not so much as sadistic or evil, but as simple minded. Most of the time he only does as instructed. Hansen has stated that Leatherface is "completely under the control of his family. He'll do whatever they tell him to do. He's a little bit afraid of them." In the documentary The Shocking Truth, Tobe Hooper portrays Leatherface as a "big baby" who kills in self-defense because he feels threatened, pointing out that in the first film Leatherface is actually frightened of all the new people entering his house. Leatherface's family processes the people he kills into barbecued foods and chili, which his father, Drayton Sawyer, then sells at his restaurant/gas station, the "Last Chance". I love Leatherface however I don't like all the sequels from the Original. The only Texas Chainsaw movies I like is Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1973, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Beginning and Texas Chainsaw 3D which alot of people didn't like the 2013 3D film however I enjoyed it despite the massive timeline plotholes they screwed up. I also think that the 2003 remake was one of the only horror remakes to top the original "In my opinion" 3. Chucky from The Child's Play Series Sorry Jack.. Chucky's Back! Chucky is portrayed as a notorious serial killer whose spirit inhabits a "Good Guy" doll and continuously tries to transfer his soul from the doll to a human body. The character has become one of the most recognizable horror icons, often mentioned alongside Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Ghostface, Leatherface, Pinhead and Michael Myers, and has been referenced numerous times in popular culture. In 1999, the Chucky character was nominated for the MTV Movie Award for Best Villain for the film Bride of Chucky. He was created by writer-director Don Mancini and is portrayed and voiced by Brad Dourif in both live-action and voice-over. Full name Charles Lee Ray Nickname(s) Chucky The Lakeshore Strangler Species Good Guy Doll Human (first and seventh film) Gender Male Female (Alice's/Nica's bodies) Spouse(s) Tiffany (wife) Children Glen (son) Glenda (daughter) Nationality American Classification Serial killer Voodoo sorcerer Power and ablities Voodoo The chucky series is without a doubt one of my favorite horror series. I even enjoyed the films that many didn't like such as Bride/Seed of Chucky. I had a collection of Chucky dolls and even Good Guy replicas. Chucky has had 7 films and confirmed to have another within the next few years. Ade Due Damballa. Give me the power, I beg of you.Leveau mercier du bois chaloitte.Secoise entienne mais pois de morte.Morteisma lieu de vocuier de mieu vochette.Endelieu pour du boisette damballa 2. Jason Voorhees from Friday The 13th Jason Voorhees was born in the small town of Crystal Lake on June 13th 1946 to Elias and Pamela Voorhees. Jason was afflicted with severe facial deformities, Hydrocephalus, an abnormally large head and mental disabilities. Raising Jason on her own, Pamela kept her son isolated from the community, not letting him attend school and educating him in their homeon the outskirts of Crystal Lake. In the summer of 1957, Pamela, unable to get a babysitter for Jason, resorted to bringing him to Camp Crystal Lake where she worked as a cook. While being bullied by the other campers, Jason attempted to escape from his tormentors, but the cruel children caught up to him on the dock and threw Jason into the lake where he drowned. The counselors were supposed to be watching the children, but instead were talking and having sex in the woods. Though Jason's body was never found, the camp closed as a result, but reopened the next summer. It was closed again when Pamela, mad with grief, murdered Barry and Claudette, the counselors she blamed for Jason's drowning. Pamela was never suspected of the murders and all subsequent attempts to open the camp ended in failure, presumably due to sabotage on Pamela's part, resulting in the camp being nicknamed "Camp Blood" by the locals, who came to believe the area was cursed. After being accidentally revived by Tommy, Jason now possesses a unique ability to regenerate any lost and damaged tissue at an accelerated rate. As a result, he can sustain bullet and knife wounds and be virtually unaffected. This ability allows him to recover from any fatal injuries. He has been incapacitated by being chained to the bottom of Crystal Lake or impaled through the head, but is almost always restored to "perfect" health, his constantly changing state of deformity can be attributed to his constant regeneration. This regeneration however is not perfect, as Jason still possesses an undead, desiccated appearance of exposed bones and deteriorating tissue. Technically being undead, his body is not affected by existing detrimental contaminants. He has complete immunity to all kinds of poison, virus, disease, bacteria, etc. However, he can still be sedated as proven when the possessed Freeburg was able to render him unconscious with two syringes, and at some point in the future Jason is kept imprisoned via a combination of restraints and some unknown sedative substance administered to him by an I.V. Jason Voorhees has killed (at least) 152 people. This counts Andy's and Debbie's unborn child, twenty of the people he killed during his body possession spree, Creighton Duke's girlfriend, and, in two deleted scenes, an unnamed man in the bathroom, and Vicki's boyfriend (which some of them are completely off screen) over the years. Friday The 13th is one of my favorite Slasher series and let's be honest, Jason is a bad ass whom not only made his way into movies but comic books and even a few of his own games which of course we all know that if you are currently using this site. There's a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees' curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him... No one can. People forget he's down there, waiting... 1. Michael Myers from HALLOWEEN Michael Audrey Myers is the titular character and main villain of the Halloween franchise. As a child, Michael was admitted into a psychiatric hospital for the murder of his older sister, Judith Myers. After 15 years of captivity, Myers broke out of the asylum and started his killing spree, with the intention to murder his remaining family relatives and anyone who would get in his way. Abilities: Michael Myers seems to contain superhuman strength, having been able to lift a tombstone out of the ground (seen in Halloween) and also seemed to withstand critical injuries that would normally result in death, such as being shot, stabbed, electrocuted, or even burned. He also seems to be able to regenerate lost tissue, as in Halloween IILaurie shoots out his eyes, and in both the timelines that follow his vision is as good as ever. Deaths Halloween: Michael is shot a few times and falls off of the second story balcony of a house. Viewers assume that he is mortally wounded, even though he disappears. Halloween II: Michael is shot several times and then caught within the explosion and ensuing fire set off within Haddonfield Memorial Hospital by Dr. Loomis. Viewers assume that Michael has burned to death. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers: Michael is shot a numerous amount of times and he fell into a mine shaft. Police then throw a pack of dynamite in after him. Viewers assume that if he is not dead, then he is trapped and damaged, if not ripped apart, by the explosion. Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers: Michael is not depicted as dying in this film, however he does disappear in a barrage of bullets and explosions. Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers: Michael is injected with a corrosive chemical (it is shown that the chemical gushes from the eyeholes of his mask) and beaten senseless with a metal pipe. His mask ends up on the floor, and Dr. Loomis's scream at the ends implies that either Michael killed him, or Michael was nowhere to be found and that Loomis found the mask. The future of both characters is not revealed, though it is implied by Dr. Loomis in The Revenge of Michael Myers that he will eventually die from the evil inside him. However, going by the original producers cut (which has been leaked online) he was stopped when Tommy Doyle performed a Thorn spell, and then attacks Wynn, leaving the asylum in the clothes he swapped with Wynn. Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later: Michael gets crushed between a tree and an ambulance and then decapitated with an axe by Laurie Strode. It is retconned in Halloween: Resurrection that Michael dressed a paramedic in his clothes and stuffed the man into what was supposed to be Michael's body-bag, however, in the years between the movies, fans believed him dead as they were unaware of the switch. Halloween: Resurrection: Michael is electrocuted and left for dead, and when his eyes opened at the morgue, many assumed it was a sign he would return, though some thought it simply his bodies last ditch effort before passing (it is common for someone to seemingly be dead, only for their eyes to open or their body to spasm). However only audience can assume. Halloween (remake): Michael is shot a few times, knifed in the chest, falls off of a second story balcony, and then is shot in the face. Is revealed to have survived in the sequel. Halloween II (2009): Michael is presumed dead after being stabbed multiple times with a butcher knife in the chest and face. In the director's cut, Michael was gunned down by the police, and is still presumed dead. Kill Count: 81 Michael Myers is indeed my number one favorite slasher of all time. What I love about the Halloween films especially the originals was the suspense and that you never know where Michael Myers is lurking and that there is an actual point to the story and characters are not just there to simply be killed. While Halloween may not be the first slasher film it is the film the inspired many horror films we have today in many ways. The first horror movie I watched as a child was the original Halloween and was the film that made me a horror fan. Every since then I have been collecting horror movies, masks, action figures, posters and now even games! Hopefully Myers gets his own game like Jason did because he defiantly deserves it. I met him, fifteen years ago. I was told there was nothing left. No reason, no conscience, no understanding; even the most rudimentary sense of life or death, good or evil, right or wrong. I met this six year old child with this blank, pale, emotionless face, and the blackest eyes; the devil's eyes. I spent eight years trying to reach him, and then another seven trying to keep him locked up because I realized what was living behind that boy's eyes was purely and simply…evil. - Sam Loomis Well that wraps it up guys! What did think of the list? Do you agree or somewhat agree? What is your top 10 favorite horror icons? Leave comment below and let me know!
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