6 Absolutely Comical Horror Villains

Posted: March 16, 2013 by puremassacre in List
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Personally I like my horror dark, gritty and scary. A good horror villain is key in most, if not all good slasher/monster flicks. From Jason Voorhees to Pinhead, Freddy Krueger to Leatherface, horror villains and monsters serve (mostly) one purpose, to terrify! Scare the shit out of audiences and make us all cringe in fear. Well that’s the idea anyway. Here are 6 hilarious horror villains that make me laugh every time! Enjoy.



Jack Frost is an American horror comedy film written and directed by Michael Cooney and released in 1996. A wise cracking, killer snow man, Win Win!



Leprechaun is a 1993 American horror comedy film written and directed by Mark Jones and starring Warwick Davis and Jennifer Aniston in her first feature film role.
Awww isn’t he cute….now where’s your fuckin gold!



Monsturd is a 2003 film about a serial killer who mutates with a chemical inside a sewer, to become a monster made of human waste just as the FBI and police are onto him. Ya. Pretty much self explanatory.


Pinocchio’s Revenge

Pinocchio’s Revenge is a 1996 horror film about a mother who brings home a wooden puppet that was found buried with a boy supposedly killed by his father. Her little girl Zoe mistakenly finds the doll and takes it as her own. So…..is Geppetto dead?

The Gingerdead Man

The Gingerdead Man

Gingerdead Man is a 2005 horror-comedy film starring Gary Busey. It is followed by Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust and Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver. I can’t believe there are three of these, wow! So that’s what Gary Busey’s been doing.



ThanksKilling is an American independent horror film shot in 2007 and released in 2009, about a cursed turkey killing off college students during the Thanksgiving break. Holy shit that turkey has a shotgun!

  1. goat says:

    I’ve been sitting on my Monsturd review for a while, but I guess I know what’s going up today…

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