"The Terminator" is a 1980 classic starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a red-eyed unstoppable metal monster. This horror action masterpiece spawned a franchise and is one of the most quoted films of all time.
Which gigantic ape takes to New York like a fish out of water?
"King Kong" has been remade several times since the 1933 original. This monster movie is unique for how it handles King Kong, who starts as a ferocious monster and ends as a misunderstood creature who earns the sympathy of the audience.
For this leather- and pin-wearing horror icon, pain is pleasure.
Pinhead is the leader of the Cenobites, a group of hedonistic and sadistic creatures who torture for fun in the "Hellraiser" franchise. Pinhead loves to torture his victims by summoning hooks to rip their flesh apart.
This massive originally Japanese sea monster attacks cities.
Godzilla has been in countless movies over the years, destroying New York and Tokyo and even battling other monsters. It was invented in Japan in the '50s due to the populace's fears surrounding nuclear testing,
This monster was the original on-screen vampire, before even Dracula.
Count Orlock is the ratlike parasitic vampire creature of 1922's "Nosferatu." Max Shreck's portrayal of the vampire is so intense that it's said he believed himself to actually be a vampire during filming.
This eyeless child eater exists in a fantastical dream world:
The Pale Man
This iconic monster from "Pan's Labyrinth" stuffs two eyeballs into his palms and holds them in front of his eyeless skull to see. He guards an impressive feast, ready to attack anyone who touches his food.
Which creatures are vampiric mutants created by a cure for cancer gone wrong?
The 2007 film I Am Legend tells the tale of one man living in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by a genetically engineered measles virus that killed most people and turned a small amount into vampiric creatures. These creatures are called Darkseekers.
Which movie monster elects to destroy himself after archaeologists bring him to life?
The 1932 horror classic "The Mummy" stars Boris Karloff as an undead Mummy brought to life by archaeologists who chooses to end his life after death. The 1999 remake is an effects-heavy love story almost nothing like the original.
Which grotesque flesh-eating monster appears every 23 years?
The Pale Man
The Creeper, who originally appeared in 2001's "Jeepers Creepers" is a unique and terrifying monster in an equally scary and original film. He emerges for 23 days every 23 springs to add to his collection of human organs and limbs.
This horror monster has an odd head and rips the skin off of his victims.
2006's "Silent Hill" is based off the iconic video game series and is full of terrifying moments. Pyramid Head provides a particularly disgusting scare by ripping all of a woman's skin off of her body in a single move.
Which hyped-up lizard monster was revealed little by little?
2008's "Cloverfield" had a year of anticipation to content with and did not disappoint. This found-footage modern horror film shows the monster piece by piece, only for an epic reveal later in the film.