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Jul. 26, 2013by: Jake Dee

Top 10 Creepy Doll Flicks!

Dolls are f*cking frightening. Seriously. I don't care if you're 6 or 60, that cherubic inanimate blob of plastic...the permanent smile, those beady eyes that always seem fixed in your direction...yeah, no thank you. To make things worse, dolls have increasingly become more and more lifelike over the years. Now they can talk, piss, blink, walk, cry...essentially simulate all affectations and mannerisms of a toddler. Again...terrifying. So terrifying in fact that horror movies have long riffed on such a toy, subverting the adorable innocence associated with dolls by turning them into manipulative murderers, if not mere harbingers of doom. As you might know, THE CURSE OF CHUCKY will be released soon straight to DVD, or if you saw THE CONJURING already, you know how f*cked-up the doll in that flick is. So, as always, that got us to recounting all the deleterious dolls that have graced the horror genre over the years. Find out which made the cut ahead in our Top 10 Creepy Doll Flicks!
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11:03PM on 07/26/2013
Fail list- Where in the fuck is "Nekromantik (1987)".
Fail list- Where in the fuck is "Nekromantik (1987)".
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5:05PM on 07/26/2013

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DOLLY DEAREST, TRILOGY OF TERROR, DEAD OF NIGHT, DEMONIC TOYS, DOLL MASTER (KOREAN) all worthy of honorable mention. What else?
DOLLY DEAREST, TRILOGY OF TERROR, DEAD OF NIGHT, DEMONIC TOYS, DOLL MASTER (KOREAN) all worthy of honorable mention. What else?
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6:56PM on 07/26/2013
Seriously, check out that Night Gallery episode. I think Henry Silva plays the Indian guy in it. You will not be disappointed. One of the great "doll" moments in TV history.
Seriously, check out that Night Gallery episode. I think Henry Silva plays the Indian guy in it. You will not be disappointed. One of the great "doll" moments in TV history.
4:42PM on 07/26/2013

Missed the big one!

A good list, but you missed the mother of all scary doll movies, Trilogy of Terror (1975). Okay, technically it was a made-for-TV movie, but any who's ever seen it is haunted by that little mofo!
A good list, but you missed the mother of all scary doll movies, Trilogy of Terror (1975). Okay, technically it was a made-for-TV movie, but any who's ever seen it is haunted by that little mofo!
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7:57PM on 07/27/2013
That's what I'm sayin'!!!!!!!
That's what I'm sayin'!!!!!!!
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11:32AM on 07/26/2013

Great job, Jake! But don't forget...

...Trilogy of Terror:'s final segment, the Zuni Fetish doll. As well as the orignal Dead of Night's final sequence. Among the most classic in the genre. And the little seen Night Gallery episode about a British commander stationed in India dealing with the creepiest doll you've ever seen. Oh, and the great Alfred Hitchcock Hour episide, "Where The Woodbine Twineth" will haunt you long after its ending. Check'em out and tell me what you think.
...Trilogy of Terror:'s final segment, the Zuni Fetish doll. As well as the orignal Dead of Night's final sequence. Among the most classic in the genre. And the little seen Night Gallery episode about a British commander stationed in India dealing with the creepiest doll you've ever seen. Oh, and the great Alfred Hitchcock Hour episide, "Where The Woodbine Twineth" will haunt you long after its ending. Check'em out and tell me what you think.
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