When it comes to horror movies, nothing is safe. Not even simple, everyday objects. Evil beds, bloodthirsty tires, killer elevators - all are examples of everyday objects that were turned into evil entities thanks to malevolent forces, crazy curses, or terrible writing.
Here is a small sampling of everyday objects that went from helpful to harmful in the blink of an eye. Vote up the most ridiculous objects of pure evil.
- Photo: Cult Epics
Letterboxd review from Bardot4AllUKnow:
Whenever I hear someone say there is no such thing as a perfect movie, I will now need to respond... but have you seen Death Bed? What impossible dream did this auteur have in mind when he thought of a serial killer bed? How cheap was the budget? How much weed did he smoke before writing this? This all runs through my head as I watch a piece of furniture dissolve people alive.Evil object of ridicule?
- Photo: New Line Cinema
Letterboxd review from aphstrummer0:
Definitely the best movie about a killer laundromat I've seen or heard of, and I've spend a lot of time at the laundromat. Too much time.
This one is just batsh*t, and stupid, and weird, kinda like me, so I guess I'll give it a break. For me, it's not a movie to watch after a few drinks... I felt as though I had fell into a dragging tedious hellscape that was a laundromat.Evil object of ridicule?
- Photo: Magnet Releasing
Letterboxd review from raspberrycowboy:
What if Harmony Korine directed a grindhouse flick?Evil object of ridicule?
A Bulldozer In 'Killdozer!'Photo: ABC
Letterboxd review from Book of Eibon:
"Something's wrong, machines just don't run by themselves..."
This is a cheesy '70s made-for-TV movie, but I really liked how the massive bulldozer peeked around corners and even pulled off some sneaky surprise attacks!Evil object of ridicule?