Horror villains who really deserve our sympathyVika
In horror movies, villains can be accused of countless atrocities, including murder, betrayal, and lies. However, if you take the time to analyze their childhood or motives, they may not be as evil as they seem - or at least arouse a little empathy in you. This list in no way condones the villains; it just suggests that, hey, maybe they wouldn't have done so badly if their past had been different or if they had been treated more affectionately.
1. Carrie White.
The protagonist in Carrie is a shy schoolgirl who tries to survive without being disturbed or seen. She is bullied at school, and at home, too, is terrible. Her mother, who is very religious, never listens to her or talks about the changes that will happen to her body. Instead, she locks Carrie in the closet and yells at her to pray for forgiveness. A girl from physical education class, Chris, wants revenge when she has to go to jail for bullying Carrie. Chris, who is not allowed to attend the prom, falsifies the prom queen election so that Carrie wins, but only to shed pig blood on her. Blood-soaked Carrie uses her gift of telekinesis to set fire to the gym and kill almost everyone at the prom.
According to Candyman legend, anyone who utters his name five times in front of a mirror must prepare for fatal consequences. As awful as it sounds, Candyman was just a black man in love in the 1800s. The woman he loved was white, and interracial couples were frowned upon at the time. He was killed because of his race.
In The Bell, young Samara is thrown into a well by a foster parent, she lives there for a week and then dies. Later, a mysterious tape appears with shots from her life. After viewing the recording, the victims are called on the phone, which says that they will die in seven days, like Samara. If you were thrown into a well, you would probably be very upset too.
4. Hannibal Lecter.
Hannibal Lecter is a fictional serial killer who kills his victims and then eats them. Hannibal Ascent takes viewers on a journey through his early years and the horrific things he witnessed at a young age that brought him to life as an assassin: the brutal death of his parents and sister during World War II. After the incident, he is considered an orphan until his relatives take him away.
5. Shark from Jaws.
In Jaws, the shark is a wild animal in its natural habitat throughout the film. Travelers entering shark territory are certainly aware of the risk. The mayor had to close the beach to keep people safe.
6. Pamela Voorhees.
On Friday, the 13th, Pamela Voorhees's son, Jason, drowned in the Crystal Lake camp, which could have been avoided if the rescuers had done their job and rescued him. To get revenge, she pursues the teenagers responsible for the incident. It is clear that Pamela is devastated: her son did not deserve to die.
7. Jason Voorhees.
Poor Jason Voorhees, the notorious Friday the 13th serial killer who stalks and kills people who dare to enter the Crystal Lake Camp. Before the murders began, he was an innocent child who drowned in a lake because rescuers were not doing their job.
8. Michael Myers.
In the Halloween version of Rob Zombie, Michael Myers' story is slightly different from the original by John Carpenter. As a child, he was constantly bullied at home and at school, and his older sister and his mother's boyfriend belittled him at every opportunity. After Michael kills half of his family on Halloween, his mother ends her life, leaving Michael to fend for himself in a mental hospital.
9. Chris Hargensen.
Chris Hargensen in Carrie is an immature teenager throughout the film. She is a bully and outrights jealous when she is not allowed to attend the prom after she threw a tantrum in custody. Her boyfriend abuses her physically, and the gym teacher doesn't like her either.