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  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 VF horror movie ideas Santa Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus.

  • Did you hear the police radio Solid tomatoes between here and hope that we're able to get killed for this list.

  • We're looking at the wackiest, weirdest, most insane premises for horror films.

  • They're not necessarily bad, but how did they ever get approved?

  • Since we'll be delving into important plot points here, a spoiler alert is now in effect.

  • Do you have any weird horror movie ideas?

  • Give us your creative gems in the comments.

  • Number 10.

  • Deadly Produce Attack of the Killer Tomatoes Across this great nation, almost everyone has been affected in one way or another by this terrible tomato onslaught.

  • The folks responsible for 1978 Attack of the Killer Tomatoes made no bones about being in on the joke.

  • This is full on parody mode.

  • The film Sad arises horror films and disaster flicks and has a damn good time all the way.

  • There's nothing deep or subtle about the idea behind Attack of the killer.

  • Tomatoes were just dealing with anthropomorphic produce that have gained sentence and are out for blood or is that catch up?

  • The cast sells their tomato deaths with straight faces, however, and that just makes the experience that much more of a blast.

  • Or make that a splatter.

  • Hey, will somebody please pass the ketchup?

  • Number nine Wicked Saint Nick Santa's Sleigh Santa Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.

  • The idea of a killer Santa actually dates back a long time, with some stellar examples being 1972 Tales From the Crypt in 1984 Silent Night Deadly Night.

  • The latter caused a public uproar and protest upon release.

  • Those movies showcased psychotically damaged killers dressed as Santa.

  • But 2005 Santa's sleigh actually featured the rial deal on a rampage.

  • Played by pro wrestling icon Bill Goldberg, the film is a fun mixture of horror and comedy that could be relatively entertaining.

  • But not everyone can get down with the idea of such a wholesome Christmas personality going ham around the holidays.

  • Who's your daddy?

  • Father Christmas?

  • Speaking of which, can we also interest you in a little film called elves?

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  • Hey, where you going?

  • On update work.

  • Santa got murdered number eight zoo animals are affected by contaminated water.

  • The wild beasts.

  • That's quick, Wild Beast is gonna be our first visit to Italy during the course of this list.

  • But trust us, it will not be the last.

  • This 1984 film from director Franco Prosperity possesses the bonkers premise of PCP getting into the water supply of a local zoo with predictably over the top results are elephants.

  • Hell, they get here.

  • Prosperi was already comfortable pushing boundaries at this time, having co helmed a series of controversial documentary Mondo films in the seventies, such as Goodbye, Uncle Tom and Africa.

  • Blood and Guts.

  • As such, prosperity pushed working with animals to the limits in this film, which featured painted rats, stampeding elephants and marauding tigers.

  • All in all, it's an exploitative movie with a very dubious premise.

  • Number seven Short and monstrous Rat men.

  • Speaking of movies with a questionable moral compass, we're going back to Italy again with Rathmann.

  • This 1988 film co starred Nelson Delarosa, one of the shortest men of the modern day.

  • Delarosa, a native of the Dominican Republic, actually appeared in some mainstream movies, such as the infamous 1996 remake of The Island of Dr Moreau alongside Marlon Brando.

  • Rat Man, however, is pure exploitation, with Nelson size serving as the deciding factor in casting him as a mutant rat slash monkey hybrid that's murdering folks in the Caribbean.

  • This isn't to say that the film is necessarily bad, as Dela Rosa does give his All is the titular rat man.

  • But today the decision might be seen as in poor taste.

  • Yeah, number six.

  • Ah, Walrus man Tusk.

  • Okay, so the idea of creating a monster from spare parts isn't exactly an original one when it comes to the world of horror thing again, when the end result happens to be a walrus human hybrid and the whole thing is written and directed by Kevin Smith.

  • Maybe you're onto something for some time.

  • Uh huh.

  • I've been constructing a very realistic Waris suit.

  • Tusk has divided fans since its release in 2014 but the finished product is certainly a different take on the Frankenstein slash Island of Dr Moreau type of storytelling.

  • Justin Long is the unfortunate victim of the psychotic Howard.

  • How and his walrus fetish going all out for the film's beast Yield climax, you will fight me missing all right, are you will?

  • Sure.

  • Johnny Depp is beyond annoying in the film.

  • But, hey, you can't have everything.

  • She Span is making King a monster.

  • Number five.

  • A stop motion twin.

  • The lives in a basket basket case.

  • What's in the basket?

  • You ask.

  • Trust us when we say that you might actually not want to know.

  • Basket Case is a film filled with the spirit of old New York, the sort of flick that thrived in the grimy grind houses of Times Square.

  • It also possesses a premise tailor made for that era of exploitation and ultraviolence, the story of conjoined twins out for bloody revenge against the doctors who separated them all those years ago.

  • What's in the basket basket case is a romp that combines charming old school effects.

  • Stop motion anyone with believable sleaze.

  • Belial, the Basket Monster comes across as creepy and disgusting, yet pitiful at the same time.

  • Oh my God, what's that train?

  • Let me let me up.

  • Number four.

  • An evil elevator.

  • The lift.

  • Yeah, the trailer for this 1983 Dutch film sums it up best with its memorable tagline.

  • Take the stairs.

  • The lift is a cult classic of source that does exactly what you think present a normal everyday elevator as a sentiment machine out for blood.

  • The thing is, the lift well, actually sort of works, so I e.

  • Yourself.

  • The cast treats the story with a nice balance of respect and black humor.

  • The death scenes were shot with style and suspense, and the film's killer Elektronik score is something straight out of the John Carpenter mold.

  • It all just depends on how much one can suspend their disbelief and enjoy the lift for what it is.

  • Silly but good horror.

  • Fun Number three Bunnies From Hell.

  • Night of the Lips.

  • What caused a natural death destruction on that?

  • Sometimes all you need is a great trailer.

  • Night of the Leap IST Presents itself is the latest and greatest monster disaster flick of the early seventies, a sure fire way to deliver some animal carnage.

  • The thing is, articular leaps are actually really cute bunnies mutated to larger size and killing lots of townsfolk.

  • National Cornell Company reports the rabbits and therefore corners killing as they come, but there's still cute bunnies.

  • Nonetheless, this is a film that supremely of its time.

  • A silly driving picture played relatively straight by a surprising number of Hollywood heavyweights, including Janet Leigh, DeForest Kelly and Stewart Whitman.

  • In this respect, it's tons of bloody fun, but don't go in expecting any legitimate scares.

  • Rabbits is big in his ferocious wolves.

  • It is inconceivable number two killer vegetarian goblins troll, too.

  • We're returning to Italy one last time for the much discussed and still totally bonkers troll to director Claudio Fragoso was no stranger to going full WTF, such as the time he convinced shock rocker Alice Cooper to star in his Where will film Monster Dog and gave him an unconvincing dub.

  • Go Wake up, Mary Lou.

  • Make it quick troll to was something a bit different as it was essentially piggybacking upon the unrelated American film troll despite having nothing to do with that film's plot or trolls in general.

  • Instead, we get vegetarian goblins who turned their victims into plant matter and eat them a crazy overacting, which and one of the most over exposed Internet memes in history they're eating her and then they're going to eat me.

  • Oh my God, Oh God!

  • In other words, it's the stuff of which bad movie dreams are made of Before we unveil our number one pick.

  • Here are some honorable mentions.

  • Thor versus Basil, Bub.

  • Rock and roll Nightmare.

  • The band Thor That is still a weird idea.

  • Is your end this place, Baby Monster?

  • It's alive.

  • A mutant newborn on a rampage Uh huh.

  • Evil trucks Maximum overdrive Comment brings Earth's machines toe life Cookie Monster The Ginger Dead man Gary Busey as nightmare fuel looking for Yes, he mhm baby.

  • It's all over, but the crying a murderous snowman.

  • Jack Frost, Do you want a killer snowman?

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  • Number one shaman Neck growth.

  • The Manitou He will kill.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, and you think you're having a bad day?

  • Poor Susan Strasberg suffers the ultimate WTF horror movie plot device in the form of a malignant tumor that seems to be growing on her neck.

  • But wait, it's actually not a tumor.

  • It's not a tumor, but a vengeful Native American shaman named Miss Qua Marcus.

  • That's attempting rebirth the hard way.

  • As if that premise wasn't strange enough, the Manitou goes all in with the weirdness.

  • From that point on, as the reborn Miskell, Marcus utilizes just about every tool at his disposal to take his revenge from lizard illusions to space battles with Force Lightning.

  • The Manitou is psychedelic seventies horror at its most bananas.

  • It's really crazy.

  • Uh huh, yeah, it's crazy.

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Top 10 WTF Horror Movie Ideas

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/28
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