Legendary horror movie Scream The fifth installment was released this year, bringing back the legendary Ghostface. While the killer’s mask is one of the most iconic symbols in horror movies, his weapons leave little to the imagination. However, there are other horror movie villains who have been notorious for using funky and outrageous objects and weapons to wreak havoc.
According to these Redditors, there is no shortage of goofy or out-of-this-world weapons. This ranges from one of the greatest pieces in the genre as in Nightmare on Alam Street, For more mystery horror films with similar creative approaches, such as Sleeping Party massacre 2.
Carrot Nose (Jack Frost)
Not to be confused with the sequel to the 1998 film A Christmas Family with Michael Keaton, frost It is a 1997 horror film, which later produced a sequel Revenge of the snowman killer. Both feature a serial killer who transforms into a live snowman, making it easier for him to sneak in and carry on with his work.
In both films, Frost uses several uniquely winter-themed weapons to dispose of his victims, including snowflakes, Christmas lights, and a baby sleigh. But a Reddit user whose account has since been deleted pointed out that the strangest death comes in the sequel, in which Frost uses his carrot-pointed nose for all kinds of horrific acts.
breakfast food (the lumberjack man)
as 2015 lumberjack man Is a comedy horror movie, his favorite villain’s weapon is wacky enough to be listed by Reddit user AimostFrontPage. Nehemiah Easterday is a cook killed for refusing to give up his family’s secret pie recipe and rises from the grave as a lumberjack to avenge the descendants of his killer.
Nehemiah attacks the campers and counselors in the camp of the Church of Good Friends not only with his ax, but with pies, grills, and enough drink to drown someone. But pancakes are not only used as weapons. Eating a batch of his pie gives Lumberjack a killer boost in strength.
Sleeping Bag (Friday the 13th Part Seven: The New Blood)
Jason Voorhees, one of the best slasher movie characters of all time, is more creative than his solo behavior might suggest, as Reddit user SaraFist points out, calling him the “creative mother” of his use of various weapons. Not only does he realize the deadly use of many different items very quickly, but sometimes he traps his victims like a hunter.
in the supplement Friday the 13th Part Seven: The New Blood, Kane Hodder’s debut Jason uses a familiar camp element to kill Jody in one of the franchise’s most famous scenes. Jason puts her in her sleeping bag to restrain her, then eventually grabs the bag and hits her with a tree.
Basketball (a killer friend)
killer friend, Posted by Reddit user Losman94, it often falls by the wayside when discussing director Wes Craven’s work. This 1986 sci-fi horror film centers on teenage genius Paul, whose attempt to use his robot wizard to revive his wrongfully slain crush fails.
The online philanthropist embarks on a revenge killing spree. When she encounters a bad-tempered elderly neighbor, she throws a basketball at her hard enough to knock her head off, in a style similar to the famous explosion scene in scanners.
1992 Sleepwalkers Adapted from the Stephen King story (and features one of his best epigraphic films). Centered on a mother and son team of shape-shifting demons who attempt to devour spirits in a sleepy Indiana town, only to meet unexpected resistance from the town’s cats. It has a few interesting kills, which Reddit user silversnapper summed up: “I loved the cornflower death scene.”
The mother, Mary, attacks the home of her son’s intended victim, and plows police protection for her. She killed a MP by stabbing him in the back with a half-eaten corncob, then threw the classic mother’s line across his body: “No vegetables, no candy!”
Guitar Drill (Sleeping Party Massacre 2)
while the original Sleeping party massacre Deemed as either a mediocre slasher movie or a parody of the genre, the sequel to it feels free to completely break off the bars. Rather than being a fearsome but hollow killer with an electric drill, the Driller Killer here really lives up to its name, haunting teens with supernatural style and rock-solid attitude.
The Driller Killer’s weapon is unlike any other, a bright red electric guitar with sinister rivets lining its sides and a massive working drill for the torso. After seeing the movie for the first time, Reddit user ForeverFinalGirl declared that “the bright light in this movie is killer and his guitar is amazing.”
Reverse Bear Trap (Saw)
The saw The films were notorious for their use of exaggerated and innovative methods of torturing and killing victims. Reddit user Bearrington22 prefers this unique reverse bear trap from 2004 saw Overused and overused weapons such as chainsaws.
While it is not actually being used successfully it is even disappointing 3d saw, The reverse bear trap is one of the sawThe most ingenious of traps, she had a stunning effect in her solo scene in the first movie. Amanda Young, one of Jigsaw’s few survivors, must race against time to get the key to the device before it opens, taking her head with him. Although it covers most of her face, when Jigsaw’s demo video shows her exactly what would happen if she failed, her terrified look was evident.
Tanning Beds (Final Destination 3)
In the inevitable fate The franchise, Death is sneaky about taking lives but it’s never so subtle. Roller coasters, flying logs, explosive planes, and Reddit users’ favorite are a pair of tanning beds in one of Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s best horror movies.
One of the most famous scenes in the series sees famous girls Ashley and Ashlyn tanning together, only to have an “accident” of locking them up in the family while the heat rises, burning them alive. The perfect cut from smoldering tanning beds to their twin coffins is just to add icing on an already awful cake.
Trombone (The City That Scare the Sunset)
Reddit user Live_Struggle_6611 regrets having too many items making the original The city that is afraid of sunset Worse than the remake because, among other things, “Who would have thought it would be a good idea to embellish the story and have the killer attach a knife to a trombone and kill someone with it as if he were playing it?”
Although the film is based on true crimes, there is absolutely no recording of the Phantom Killer using musical instruments of any kind against his victims, as does the film’s version in one of its most famous scenes. This inexplicable deviation from history makes the choice of weapon even more exotic.
Freddy’s Glove (A Nightmare on Elm Street)
appeared in every Nightmare on Alam Street A movie from worst to best, Freddy Krueger’s Glove stands out for its iconic scary look and the fact that it was deliberately and painstakingly made for its sinister purpose.
The thick garden glove with metal plates attached to the back and knives on the fingers is one of the most recognizable symbols of horror. AFistfulofCelluloid explains this, “Craven said it was inspired by Neanderthals, claws or animals and our primal fears related to them. It’s a weapon that will never be duplicated in a carnage. [movie] repeatedly.”
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