The gates open and the fog surrounds you. It's cold and chills go up your spine...
The Graveyard contains some of my favorite characters who died in horror films.
Warning! This could spoil the movies if you haven't seen them, so scroll down slowly or skip this page.
Carrie (Sissy Spacek): I was very shocked when Carrie died at the end of the movie. I liked the character and I felt sorry for her.
Dick Hallorann (Scatman Crothers): This man goes through so much to get to the hotel only to get killed once he gets there!
Jud Crandall (Fred Gwynne): He was the only character in the whole movie that I was actually sad about when he died. The other characters were somewhat annoying.
Stephen King's IT
Stanley (Richard Masur): Out of the seven main characters, he was my favorite. So which one of them got killed first? Go figure.
Casey (Drew Barrymore): This one was a huge shock! I had no idea she was going to die so early on in the movie. I don't think I have ever been more surprised at a movie in my life.
I Know What You Did Last Summer
Helen (Sarah Michelle Gellar): I wasn't exactly sad about her death. Just frustrated. She was so close to escaping, but she just had to turn around to see if he was still chasing her. Obviously, you know what happens next.
Randy (Jamie Kennedy): He survives the first movie only to get killed in the second one! I loved the character, and I was really sad about his death.
Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis): This ticked me off cause it was like the first five minutes of the movie, and after all Jamie Lee Curtis' character had been through, it seemed really dumb. Kind of made me wonder why I ever watched any of the movies, in the first place. And it made me want to stop watching this one as well. It sort of just made the whole series pointless in a way.
Malcolm (Bruce Willis): I know people who have seen this movie and guessed this right off the bat, but I was stunned! Though I thought this was sad, I thought it was really cool too!
Grace (Nicole Kidman): Though The Others was a spooky movie, I also found it highly depressing. Grace (Nicole Kidman) wasn't exactly my favorite character, but since almost every character ended up being dead, I just put the main one down. What can I say? I was shocked when I found out all of them were dead and being "haunted" by the living. Very interesting.
Noah (Martin Henderson): Ahhh, just when you think all is well...BAM! A little girl comes through the TV and kills you.
Buddy (Giovanni Ribisi): Though this isn't a typical horror movie, it had some very creepy moments. Anyway, when it was revealed that Buddy had hung himself, I was so sad. Troubled character, but I liked him anyway.
The Bride of Frankenstein
The Bride (Elsa Lanchester): I think The Bride was one of the best horror movie monsters that Universal made, and she only lasted, what 10 or 15 minutes? Very disappointing. Good movie, just wish she had more of a role in it.
Night of The Living Dead
Ben (Duane Jones): I had wanted to see Night of the Living Dead for a long time, and I finally saw it at a Halloween party. For being such a classic, it was rather disappointing. And I didn't understand at all why Ben had to get killed...and not even by zombies! Just by the moronic townspeople, who figured anything walking was a zombie, so bang bang. Very frustrating!
Regina (Anna Paquin): This is one of the most annoying movies I have seen in a long time. Although it may be hip for movies to have bad endings, I just find it a waste of time. Not only does Anna Paquin die, but EVERYONE dies...except for evil of course. Damn evil! <shakes fist>
Raymond (Ian McNiece): I'm sure a lot of people would wonder why I'm putting him, instead of Michael Keaton. Here's my reason...the movie was good until he died. By the time Michael Keaton died, there was little connection left between the viewer and the characters on the screen. White Noise would have been a good movie, if they had explored Raymond's storyline (his son dying, getting into EVP, etc). Once he died, the movie went downhill fast.
Franny (Skye McCole Bartusiak): This wasn't a HUGE shock, but nicely done none-the-less.
Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye): Elise was an entertaining character to watch, and it's really a shame they decided to kill her off. Of course, they cleverly bring her back for the sequel, so I guess I can forgive the filmmakers' decision...this time.