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They’re the buddies of the bad and if these freaks find you, you’re dead. Welcome to watchmojo.com and today we’re counting down the top ten horror movie Villains. Number ten, Ghost Face from Scream; it is started out as a fear of insane teenage killers playing the part of a ghostly murderer but even after Billy and his buddy Stewart got a taste of there medicine they inspired several an hence copy cut killers and who can forget that Luna’s try to score was set right after trying to kill her. Number nine, Angela Baker from Sleep Away Camp. As a boy force to dress and act as a girl, Angela it takes revenge out on others by brutally killing anyone who looks that are funny. Her tortured childhood coupled with the disregard for human life makes Angela one of the most vicious horror killers to slash on the silver screen. Number eight, Jigsaw and Billy the Puppet from Saw, he is an old dying cancer patient that loves puppets and this responsible for the grizzly deaths of a lot of terrified people. Sure, he doesn’t actually kill anyone with his own hands but his traps and challenges go well above frightening. Number seven, Chucky from Childs Play, he started out as Charles ray the lakeshore stranglers but use voodoo to bring himself back from the death. As a living doll he murders countless unsuspecting victims and also we can sacrifice a live boy. Pennywise the Clown from Steven Kings It, nobody finds clowns funny anymore period. Pennywise from Steven Kings It spent century hunting the nightmares of innocent children and thanks to him we all have an unusual of sores and the circus. Number five, The Firefly Family from House of the 100 Corpses, you do not miss with Rob Zombies psychotic family of serial killers. They kidnap and kill bystanders at random and no one gets out of life. And let’s not even mention Odes and his fittest for wearing other people skin as close. Number four; Michael Myers from Halloween, Michael Myers is a mental asylum as KP with the major B with his younger sister. Assumingly unstoppable this killer never says a word and where is a mask model after the face of William. That alone got them in the top five. Number three; Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th, Jason drown where in the care of the camp councilors at Camp Crystal Lake. As a result he returns on the anniversary of his death to put stuffs to teenage partying as an indestructible zombie with the love of poky and slicing blonds with his machete. Number two; Leather Face from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, inspired by a real life serial killer, Leather Face is a specially brutal and disturbing. There are fewer things that’s got ranching as a large lumbering man in a white shirt and black tie wearing an expressionless mask emerging from his house with the chainsaw raise above his head and then urge to chase you down. Number one, Freddie Krueger from a Nightmare on Elms Ray, he started out as a simple charmless killer but move down to savagely dispose of teens and knows the adults as they slept. As a living nightmare they kill people in there dream, Freddie takes the top stop for sure invincibility and use of horde creativity.