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Scariest Women of horror!!!

Updated on February 9, 2011

Sheri Moon Zombie- Baby- The Devils's Rejects & House of 1000 Corpses

This beautiful little lady they call Baby and she uses her good looks to lure in unsuspecting victims. She is anything but sweet and takes allot of pleasure in torturing and killing. I don't think any mother would approve, besides Rob Zombies mom that is, since she is married to him in real life, they make quite a pair

Kathy Bates - Misery

This is one lady that adds  a healthy dose of crazy to her coffee every morning, the infamous bed clubbing scene will horrify audiences for years to come and I don't think any mother would ever want to come stay over for a visit.

Jennifer Jason Leigh- Single White Female

Allie’s new roommate is about to borrow a few things without asking. Her clothes. Her boyfriend. Her life. This puppy killing and stilletto eye jabbing little lady would mae a very interesting date, im sure she would have lots of stories to tell at the dinner table though.

Glen Close- Fatal Attraction

Glenn Close is also known for her role as the evil Cruella Deville in 101 Dalmations. In Fatal Attraction, a married man’s one night stand comes back to haunt him when that lover begins to stalk him and his family. One good thing about this movie is that it made men all over the world second guess cheating, haha!

Sissy Spaceck- CARRIE

Carrie may seem sweet and inoccent on the outside but whatever you do don't make her angry. Bringing her home to meet mom might result in a  raging fire or the entire house collapsing on top of itself. Keep mom safe and just move on.

Rebecca De Mornay- Hand that Rocks the Cradle

De Mornay plays Peyton Flanders who seems to be the perfect nanny, but secretly she is out to wreck the lives of the family she is supposed to be helping. I don't think any mother would appreciate there son bringing a baby snatching and husband stealing women into the house.

Rebecca Gayheart- Urban Legend

Rebecca plays Brenda who turns out to not take heartbreak very well, God help any women who comes between her an her man. As if being able to murder off all her closes friends one by one wasn't keeping her busy she still manages to find the time to find a new boy to become obsessed with!

Mrs. Voorhees - Friday the 13th

The original killer from the Friday the 13th movies (sry if that was a spoiler but if you havn't seen this movie yet its your own fault, haha) and one of the first horror movies that throws you for a loop when her identity is first revealed. Talk about a mother with seperation issues!

Samara Morgan - The Ring

Samara Morgan is depicted as a horribly creepy little girl  responsible for the creation of the cursed videotape from the American version of the Ringu story. This little girl was able to strike fear into the hearts of horror movie lovers throughtout the United States.

She didn't scare quite as much in the second film but the original was enough to last for generations to come.

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    • self absorbed profile image

      self absorbed 

      6 years ago from Canada

      Great list, another good one is Bette Davis in "What ever happened to Baby Jane?"

    • warrioRR profile image

      warrioRR 

      7 years ago from Rawalpindi Pakistan

      Nice creation

    • DarkDisOrder profile image

      DarkDisOrder 

      7 years ago from B.A.D. (Beyond All Dimensions)

      A beautiful collection of fatal femmes, with the exception of the misery and fatal attraction chicks, great hub.

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      Lela 

      7 years ago from Somewhere in the universe

      I see you hang out with all the cool broads. Especially around time for Halloween. Yikes! If I were your mom, I would appreciate you not bringing these girls home, thanks.

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