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Horror Movies: 14 Mashups We Need To See

Horror movies have been around the film industry for as long as the filmmaking itself. As a result, the genre has always been cynical in nature, with its changing quality and quantity over time. There are a number of amazing horror movies lurking around, but it turns out to be a surprise that many haven’t crossed paths. So it’s time to change that. So here are the 14 horror movies mashup that we would love to see hit the big screen.

1. The Ring and The Grudge, would have a truly terrifying meeting with vengeful spirits ready to exact revenge looking over their shoulders.

The Ring and The Grudge, would have a truly terrifying meeting with vengeful spirits ready to exact revenge will have viewers looking over their shoulders.

2. The Poltergeist/Paranormal Activity: The audience has always been keen about the camcorder style, due to its illogical story technique. But, it always provides ample jump scare scenes, which will continue with the clashing of these two movies.

The Poltergeist/Paranormal Activity.

3. Child’s Play/Puppet Master: A Doll on another Doll, where both of them would give the audience their most terrifying moments with their threatening and sinister looks.

Child's Play/Puppet Master.

4. The Shining/The Sixth Sense: Stephen King, the master of horror story, can rally behind a crossover story, shedding light’s on the author’s vision.

The Shining/The Sixth Sense.

5. The Purge/Any Zombie Movie

The Purge/Any Zombie Movie.

6. Children of The Corn/Village of the Damned: Children lacks the social niceties and the know-how, but in these horror movies they are supposed to provide the occasional moment of appreciation, which makes it all worth it. They become the stuff of nightmare.

Children of The Corn/Village of the Damned.

7. The Babadook and Stephen King’s It, with these two horror movie villains together, no children are safe.

The Babadook and Stephen KIng's It, with these two horror movie villains together, are let loose on everyone in the tight-knit community, no children are safe. 

8. The Silence Of The Lambs/The Psycho: Lecter and Norman, the two menacing personalities, we would love to see them have a conversation on the screen. Seeing how Lecter would inject himself into Norman’s plan would be worth mixing these two super horror movies.

The Silence Of The Lambs/The Psycho.

9. Cloverfield/10 Cloverfield Lane: These movies have shown that they are not afraid to push the boundaries when it comes to sci-fi, so connecting these two through a single timeline would be worth it for the audience.

Cloverfield/10 Cloverfield Lane.

10. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre/The Hills Have Eyes: The mashup of these two movies would more be like family versus family as both sides would rage out war on each other. This would me one nightmare trip, no one would want to stumble upon.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre/The HIlls Have Eyes.

11. A Nightmare On Elm Street/Hellraiser: Nonetheless, these two iconic horror movies mashup would be like a “dream matchup”. It would be amazing to watch Freddy enduring long enough to escape and luring Pinhead into his own dream world.

A Nightmare On Elm Street/Hellraiser.

12. The Conjuring/The Amityville Horror: Bringing the two amazing horror stories together would be a complete fresh start on the hauntings. It would be also very thrilling to see The Warrens back on the screen.

The Conjuring/The Amityville Horror.

13. Halloween/Friday The 13th: With both of these big bad horror movie villains and their super strength on the same screen, would be a matchup of the unstoppable force that must be seen to be believed.

Halloween/Friday The 13th.
Most horror iconic franchise.

14. The Evil Dead and Evil Dead, the ultimate mashup of these two movies, where the two would make a return to fight off the Deadites.

The Evil Dead and Evil Dead, the ultimate mashup of these two movies, where the two would make a return to fight off the Deadites. 

 

Written by FandomWire Staff