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Top 10 Most Scary Movie Monsters

The sacred movie monsters are not just names like Clint Eastwood or Paul Newman.

The reference here are totally unique creatures, made by the brightest (or sickest) minds in the film industry, who have terrorized from a small group of people trapped in a space freighter to whole cities.

Here's a list of the 10 scariest:

10) Tyrannosaurus Rex

Jurassic Park promised and fulfilled. It brought life to the most fascinating animals that ever walked the planet Earth, but that no man had the pleasure (or displeasure) to find walking around. Of all, the Tyrannosaurus Rex is the most terrifying. Not only because of the size of its wingspan, but also because of the screams it issued in the first film, in the middle of the Costa Rican jungle (?), Or in "Lost World", when the T-Rex decided to take a trip around San Diego, Destroying entire neighborhoods while Jeff Goldblum chased him into a red cadillac.

9) King Kong

He may even have a monster size, but King Kong has always been much more than a gigantic creature that detonates planes at the top of the Empire State Building. I have always interpreted the great gorilla as a human allegory of "estrangement." After all, he is prejudiced especially by his animalistic appearance, but his behavior in the natural habitat could not be more human. Kong was not exactly a gore-eater or a well-armed alien creature, he was just a mammal in search of an ideal female. Can you relate well to this monster thinking on this side, no?

8) Gwoemul

The best Korean film of the last times (The Host) has brought to light one of the worst monsters ever seen in the movies. Both in anatomy and in cruelty. The creature out of the Han River, it's here! He devoured everything he could reach and made misery with a nice family of riverbank dwellers. Gwoemul is truly a mutant arisen from human neglect and who now turns against his accidental creators with a savage and unforgiving rage. His only problem was to belittle the power of a normal family ...

7) Clovie

He does not have a proper name, but fans have nicknamed him Clovie. The cloverfield monster has no identity, no origin and no end. Her resources are at the base of physical attributes, great as a skyscraper, Clovie arrives destroying the Statue of Liberty and furthermore throwing her cubs (?) Over the defenseless population of New York. Buildings, tanks, people, Clovie goes through everything without pain. His greatest ally is his agility that does not allow him to be clearly seen by the frightened eyes of the population. Your fate is uncertain.

6) The Fly

And speaking of Jeff Goldblum, he himself was not so scared before T-Rex because in a past life he knew very well what it was like to be a monster. And, by the way, one of the worst. Gosmento, disgusting and super powerful. Thanks to an invention of his own, the scientist played by Goldblum ended up merging with a fly. That's right, in an attempt to teleport, he let the machine join his DNA to that of a most annoying insect. The result could only be terrifying, even more so to Geena Davis (who at the time still played helpless young girls). One of my favorite movies and that yielded a minor follow up with the excellent Eric Stoltz.

5) Godzilla

I'm not talking about the mutant creature out of French Polynesia and easily domesticated by Ferris Bueller, I'm talking about the alien monster that destroyed and saved Tokyo more than I could count. Godzilla is not a monster, he is an icon of terror and heroism, which has made history in the Eastern cinema several times, presenting to the world several other creatures, being my favorite Mothra, a discreetly giant butterfly that has already destroyed the Tokyo Tower and Has made the Japanese hostage numerous times, but that may be ridiculously unsuccessful with the right song.

4) Shark

After him, I was afraid to go into the sea. Steven Spielberg's white shark is a monster for anyone to fault. It strikes especially when citizens are partying or when an inattentive child decides to swim far beyond the beach just for fun. His fin is the warning beyond the grinding musical theme that made us shiver from head to toe. Fishing it is impossible, the only way to end it is by blowing it offshore. Easy right? So until I ...

3) Predator

There is nothing worse in a monster than being aware of its monstrosity. Most of the above creatures act by natural (or supernatural) instincts. The Predator acts by strangely civilizing impulses. His weapons are superior, his ability has launched the stars and we even have clues that his cultural influence was decisive even for humans. However, this does not prevent them from occasionally falling on Planet Earth in search of a few heads to hunt. Who the devil has determined that in an advanced civilization, the carnage is something unthinkable? Certainly not the Americans ...

2) Alien

Sigourney Weaver who says so, does not have anyone in the alien monstrosity! The "Alien," an unnamed creature, sums up all the paranoia that men have about the "stranger." A creature developed to kill, apparently without social organization and only reproduces itself destroying the life in which it reproduced, the classic "parricide". Whether it's a space ship, an interplanetary colony or even a criminal planet, Alien attacks without taking prisoners and nothing, absolutely nothing, gets in your way. Would a good pet be tamed would not it?

1) Hannibal Lecter

It is impossible to speak of monsters and rule out the worst of them, the man himself. Okay, this is not a nihilistic view of civilization, it's just a reminder that humanity has done (and continues to do) a number of terrible things and never needed acid blood or claws for it. Hannibal Lecter is the super-sumo of monstrosity, a well-educated, refined person, fully integrated into society who, one fine night, decided to eat people and fry their livers accompanied by a Chianti. Lecter is a monster aware of his "monstrosity", his victims not only suffer in the flesh, but also in their spirits. Clarice Starling realized that living with the fearsome doctor, the little hope she had in world peace was exhausted at the same time as the cannibal's favorite wine.


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