Some little girls get all the best parts in horror movies. Makes you wonder how they turn out normal. PG min Horror, Thriller. After a young couple take in their two nieces, they suspect that a supernatural spirit named Mama has latched onto their family. PG 84 min Drama, Mystery, Thriller. Soon after moving into their seemingly idyllic new home, a family learns of a brutal crime committed against former residents of the dwelling. R min Horror, Mystery, Thriller. Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse.
“The Devil Is After Your Daughter”
1. Watcher In The Woods (1980)
They never do much of anything other than appear in ghostly slo-mo. Maybe the best weird scene in any movie. David S. Goyer took a break from Batman and Blade to direct this tale of a woman Odette Annable who is haunted by an evil spirit that takes the form of her long-dead twin brother. Ergo, a glaring, corpse-like tyke appears at regular intervals—including on the movie poster, which is conveniently set in a bathroom so Annable has an excuse to be underwear-clad. In fact, the kid is a demonic Succubus whose talents include making Bradley Cooper vomit up swarms of hornets. Everything in the town of Silent Hill is spooky. But the little girls are extra -spooky. Granted, most of the vampires in this movie are rad dudes with mullets, but who could forget half-vampire Laddie, the junior member of the crew? Jill Banner was 18 when she played the title character, arachnid-obsessed Virginia.
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Wow, it's been a while since i watched the Exorcist i must have been around but damn, i must have watched a helluva censored version because i don't remember it being scary at all, and that video is pretty scary. Good list! For another creepy little girl, check out Phone The daughter, Young-ju, is pretty much the creepiest thing ever. Great list!
The contrast of something so seemingly innocent found in a dark and uninviting environment has been used for decades. In the same breath, the safety of little girls is valued far more than the safety of little boys. This double standard shown with little girls in horror films perpetuates the idea that women, regardless of age, are constantly in a state of conflict. Little girls are often what we associate with innocence.