Able to cross dimensions to wreck havoc on other worlds, evil sorcerer Randall Flagg has tried to gain control of an Earth ravaged by an apocalyptic plague in The Stand and tried to destroy The Dark Tower on Mid-World under the alias Walter O’Dim.
Taking a job as the winter caretaker of the Overlook Hotel, aspiring writer Jack Torrence goes insane from both the isolation and the malevolent supernatural forces in the hotel and tries to murder his wife Wendy and his son Danny.
Terrorizing Derry, ME for centuries, Pennywise aka IT can take any form, especially what it’s victim most fears, and emerges every 27 years to feed on the children of the town.
Vampire Jerry Dandrige moves to Las Vegas and finds seemingly the perfect hunting ground until his next door neighbor Charley gets suspicious in the 2011’s Fright Night.
A 19th century mortician, Jebediah Morningside became obsessed with finding the world of the dead and created a machine that let him travel through time and space but also transformed him into the terrifying Tall Man.
A serial killer in life, Johnny Bartlett continues with his obsession of getting the highest body count in history by killing the living as a ghost.
Although he’s not the head vampire, David leads the teenage vampire clan of Santa Clara as they engage in reckless activities and attack unsuspecting beach goers.
“You like Huey Lewis and the News?”
Killed as a boy, the deformed Victor Crowley returns as a fully grown spirit of vengeance and kills anyone who foolishly enters his swamp home.
It’s October which means it’s time to celebrate the greatest villains in horror history again and we kick things off this year with the master of death traps, John Kramer aka Jigsaw.