The results of yesterday's voting aren't surprising- I mean, the number one seeds beat the number sixteen seeds. No one was special enough to cause an upset, but everyone got some votes, so that's nice. But it's Jason Voorhees, Dracula, Pinhead, and Carrie White who are moving on to the next round. Here's your updated bracket; a printable, fill-in-able one can be found here.
Now then there's a lot of contests today, so get your voting finger ready! Or, you know, whatever appendage you use to vote. It's really none of my business.
Can Leslie Vernon's stupid-looking mask win out over Audition's Asami "I'm so terrifying and crazy I don't even need a mask" Yamazaki? In my heart, no way, not for a second, don't even think about it. Oops, no campaigning within 500 feet of the contest you're running!
Oooh, a tough one! Which handsome, normal-looking wacakadoo will you choose, Psycho's Norman Bates, or American Psycho's Patrick Bateman? Consider: only one of them has spawned a series! Also consider: only one of them is into Huey Lewis and the News!
Look, I know that That Fat Cenobite from Hellraiser has a name, I'm just not interested in learning it. If he takes down The Creeper from Jeepers Creepers, I'll consider it...but don't get your hopes up!
Pumpkinhead is borne from sadness and revenge, The Funhouse's Monster is sad and bent on revenge. Neither of those situations warrant murder, but I am just saying.
Samara from The Ring goes up against That Lady from Ju-on...I can't help you with this one, it's too tough for me to choose. And again, I'm sure she has a name but don't tell me what it is, I don't want to know!
Oh man. Everyone's favorite sentient zombie, Day of the Dead's Bub, versus Dark Night of the Scarecrow's Bubba, the kind special-needs fellow who's wrongly accused of murder and is subsequently gunned down in some cold-hearted revenge...and then he subsequently resurrected as a scarecrow and seeks his own revenge. I love both of them and both of these movies!
Here it is, the contests that gives our lives meaning. The house in The Amityville Horror had a portal to Hell in it, right? So then the house itself was, like, possessed? Which means that everything in the house, like the floor lamp from The Evil Escapes and the mirror from A New Generation (and the clock from It's About Time) is also possessed, yeah? And no matter where those things go, they wreak havoc because...umm...because nothing about Amityville makes any sense and it's just so great.
Wowee, lookit those ugly mugs! Hey, I don't feel bad saying that because they're all a bunch of murderous jerks. But which murderous jerks will win the day: The Cannibal Family from Wrong Turn, or The Mutant Family from The Hills Have Eyes?
Phew! That's a lot of work for you, I know. Thanks for playing along...now spread the word so we get more votes! Polls are open until midnight EST.