We came slashing through with the Four Horsemen of Death. We’ve dedicated sizable slivers to the maniacal Firefly Family, Charles Lee Ray and Hoghead 😱. But there are other, lesser known horror movie characters who are just as evil and delightfully wicked as their iconic counterparts. In this long ass 26-minute video, I introduce five horror movie legends who deserve a blood-soaked pedestal of their own. Good luck!!! ...
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Freddy’s Gay!?

I’m not shy in expressing my love for Freddy Krueger. I love everything about him. The character. The concept. The movies, in spite of their extra thick cheesiness, are all great IMO. I even wrote a screenplay prequel of Freddy’s origins with the aid of my homeboy Jimmy. The most epic story you never heard. And of course Fred topped out my list in the Four Horsemen of Death, our most popular day of horror, thank you. I’ve seen every Freddy flick countless times, but it wasn’t until nearly 30 years later that I noticed some glaring themes poking out of one particular entry. A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge will be remembered for two things: that chilling opening scene on the school bus, and being one of the gayest horror movies in history. Picking up on just how fuckin’ hilarious the shit was all these years later, I do some research and run across articles such as How a Nightmare on Elm Street 2 Became an Iconic Gay Horror Film (after years...
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The Four Horsemen of Death

To paraphrase a line from the great James Jermaine Dillon: “Death is forever, and so is the Horsemen.” From nameless demons to fleshed out characters with compelling backstories, horror movie history is packed with a number of memorable antagonists. That’s why it’s so amazing that a mere four characters manage to stick out as avatars for the entire genre. Yep. If there were ever a Mt. Rushmore of Horror, these four legends would be front and center. Pinhead He is: Head Cenobite In ChargeWhat he does: Torture suckas who open the box with his sinister brand of pleasure and pain … mostly pain.Favorite quote:  “Your flesh is killing your spirit.”Why he rules: A philosophical master of word play and a freak who’ll “tear you apart” between the sheets, Pinhead is easily the poster boy of the Hellraiser franchise … even though he isn’t necessarily its primary antagonist. Dude is only limited by his hellish imagination, so kill for kill, I’d take him in a one-on-one against any horror movie heavyweight.Michael Myers He is: The Shape What...
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