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Slender Man, the creepypasta supernatural stalker, is making his big screen debut. If you enjoyed his feature film appearance, you might also like a few other horror movies that put supernatural villains front and centre.
He may not boast the most terrifying name, but The Bye Bye Man is still a horrifying supernatural stalker. Saying his name or even thinking about him is enough to summon his evil. A group of friends are unfortunate enough to learn of The Bye Bye Man – can they survive?
Some evils are so terrifying they don’t even have names. Stephen King’s It is the story of a small town terrorised by a supernatural being that sometimes takes the form of a terrifying clown called Pennywise. Seven kids band together to confront the creature, as well as their own personal demons.
Speaking of Pennywise, here comes his boyfriend The Babadook! Don’t be fooled by the adorable internet trend of imagining these two horror icons as a couple – there is nothing cute or friendly about The Babadook, a monster that lurks in the house of a family reeling from a tragic loss.
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A supernatural internet killer with a permanent smile etched on his face, Smiley sounds far too ridiculous to be true. But as more and more people die and the police do nothing, a young college girl must face the terrifying possibility that the evil is real.
Another movie based on a creepypasta tale, The Midnight Game features a group of high school teens who partake in an ancient pagan ritual (as you do) that puts in the cross-hairs of the Midnight Man – a supernatural entity that can bring their worst fears to life.
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