When a horror film sports the tagline "Based on a true story" or "Inspired by actual events," the terror quotient almost always goes up, and the films often does big box office numbers.
The idea of the creepiest doll EVER staring at you from across the living room is totally horrifying... but also kind of tempting, isn't it? Find out how you can bring her home.
Remember the days when Halloween costumes consisted of little more than an ill-fitting plastic mask and a very flammable plastic smock?
Filmmaker Travis Betz is annoyed that the Hollywood movie machine is remaking every movie that "touched his heart." In an act of passive protest, Betz decided to "remake their remake out of paper."
Back in March, we ran a piece showcasing ten terrifying movies based on actual events, and due to positive reader response, we're now proud to bring you ten more horror films that take a cue from reality.
The thrill of a good horror movie is feeling immersed in the intensity of a dangerous situation, all the while knowing that it’s all just a work of fiction. But what happens when that rush of cinematic fear is prefaced with “based on a true story?” You no longer have the comfort of calming your nerves with “it’s all just make-believe.” For movie studios, the hype that surrounds a horror film that claims to be based on a true story results in box office gold.
We assert that there are few things creepier than malevolent playthings and that killer dolls are not to be trusted. So it is with a measure of caution that we bring to you our selections for ten of the creepiest dolls in cinema.
Though we wholeheartedly enjoy a good haunted house film, we would be more than a little reluctant to spend the night in any of these famous movie homes.
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