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Added by The Mighty Celestial on 14 Oct 2013 07:41
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My Top 35 Halloween Favorites: Crazy A$s Bitchez

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People who added this item 128 Average listal rating (74 ratings) 5.1 IMDB Rating 5.1
For my money, probably the most beauteous of the female members of the family-clan of Judds, Ashley applies her outrageously outright gorgeous good-looks to that of a femme fatale who's hatred for men is outmatched only by her psycho-infused killing spree.

Even though this is a film that was never considered keen by either critics or audiences, the truth is, I still found myself enjoying it. Maybe it was its stylishness, its just slightly off-kilter characters, its melodic soundtrack or even its rare ability to use k. d. Lang in a movie role (I mean, even though it's just a small supporting role, the fact that were even able to use her and make it work, that's gotta count for something...).
Or maybe it's just because of my incessant infatuation with Ashley Judd. Who knows...
The way I see it, when it comes to breaking down the reason as to why anyone would find themself attracted to any kind of serial killing character, it probably just all depends on the eye of the beholder.
People who added this item 964 Average listal rating (662 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 6.8
Here's a dark ditty of deviltry about a family full of rebellious, ratchety-ass rednecks that includes a Baby. A Baby who, in real life, is married to a Zombie!

Ever since the first Texas Chainsaw Massacre back in 1974, there have been a certain type of subhorror slasher-family flicks that have since tried to match the bar 'o' evil that was raised by the original Leatherface Clan.
While Rob Zombies' creation of Captain Spaulding's kith and kin, IMO, doesn't quite match up to the legendary status of TCM, it's was still a worthy effort to the genre.
People who added this item 212 Average listal rating (170 ratings) 5.7 IMDB Rating 6.3
Y'know, if a kid ends up with a babysitter who's built like a long legged super-model, and she's really "cool" and "gets" him, there could be a chance that he may have made a deal with the devil. Especially at an age when other kids have sorta outgrown the whole "being sat while the parents are away" thing.
In The Babysitter, it's the long legged babysitter who has made the deal. But, in typical scary cinematic fashion, it's the kid who's gotta pay the price. And after seeing that her long legs also come with a demonic cult who need to sacrifice young boys in order to satiate the appetites of their dark lord and master, that's usually the point where a kid comes to the conclusion that maybe he is old enough to look after himself whenever mommy and daddy are gone.

People who added this item 1585 Average listal rating (1120 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8.1
Gone Girl (2014)
Y'know, when this movie first hit theaters, the overall view that I kept reading from critics (that is, after reading all the in-depth analytical views of what their interpretation of what the roles males and females were in modern society, a major metaphor in this movie's story) was that Gone Girl is a "great movie with a bad ending".
After hearing what people whom I knew that saw this flick, the over-all view from them was that is was a "great movie with a bad ending".
So after GG had been in theaters for a few weeks and I finally got a weekend free from my work deadlines, I decided check out this movie and see what all the hubbub was about. When the move was over, I walked out of the theater and allowed myself a couple of days to dwell upon on the incisive themes that were spewed about the plot and let my thoughts marinate before I decided what my opinion was of Gone Girl.
And my ultimate conclusion?
Basically, it's a "great movie with a bad ending".

People who added this item 7914 Average listal rating (5741 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8.2
I tried to avoid putting any kind of female assassins on this list, since most assassins, no matter what sex they are, are a little askew in the ol' noggin by just the nature of their business. And I wanted this list to focus specifically on the kind of bitchez who provocate fear more through the unrefined and more explosive spontaneousness of their instability than the more focused psychosis that makes up the mindset of a hired killer.
But, as anyone who has seen the first volume of Quentin Tarantino's Bride saga knows,
Gogo Yubari is a teenage hitgirl with more than enough cray-cray cred to warrant her ass a spot on this list.

People who added this item 72 Average listal rating (35 ratings) 5.7 IMDB Rating 5.7
Here's a Mexican movie that was remade three years later in the U.S., under the same title, but with some pretty dramatic changes to it's setting. And it's because that these changes were so dramatic (some may even say "drastic"), that this is the version that many feel has more spice in it's menu.
After the father dies unexpectedly, a struggling family must find a way to put food on the table. But which family member will "man up" and fill the role of breadwinner, especially since this family has very "particular" tastes when it comes to what they eat? Or, to put it in another way, one of them must now accept the responsibility of bringing home the kind of bacon that isn't found in the frozen meat section of the local grocery store.
And they better decide soon, because Mom can become quite a bloodshedding bitch when she finds out that the cupboard of carnage is bare.

People who added this item 169 Average listal rating (116 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 6.5
Sightseers (2012)
Tina is a middle age maiden who has started dating Chris, an aspiring writer who likes to take road trips in his caravan. At the begiining of one such trip, Tina comes to find that her boyfriend is a serial killer (or at least, he's someone who kills whenever he can "find" a reason to murder his victim). And while in most serial killing relationships, it's the man who who usually takes charge, Tina's discovery that her taste for killing is even more addicting than her beau's, it soon becomes quite obvious who wears the bloodspilling pants in this multiple manslaughtering relationship.

People who added this item 2865 Average listal rating (1788 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.3
A modern day Bonnie and Clyde, Mallory and Mickey are a young couple madly in love with each other and who both share a driving passion for high octane adventure. So they hit the road on an interstate search for crime and killery (I know, I know, that's not even a word....) and experience a maniacal journey filled with media obsessed popularity and effed up serial killing shenanigans.
Two lovers on the lam whose hunger for each is outmatched only by their thirst for blood.

People who added this item 554 Average listal rating (306 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 6.6
May (2003)

Okay, we all know by know that hell hath no fury like that of a woman scorned.
So how can you tell whether a woman is truly in love with you or if she's just a remarkably incessant psychopath?
Well, if her infatuation is based on love, true love,
then she is after your heart.
If her infatuation is based on murderous madness,
then, she is after your heart, your lungs, your limbs, etc.
The fact that this movie is on this list,
you can probably guess which category May fits into.
People who added this item 1491 Average listal rating (973 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.4
As many of us know by now, most witches are easily susceptible to being bitchez.
So I could easily have a made a Halloween list of movies that features an entire coven of witches being bitchez.
However, since I don't think that there are that many good films that feature wicked wielders of witchcraft (outside the Harry Potter franchise, of course),
this is the only one that I have featured here.

Craftily portrayed by an actress named Fairuza Balk (heck, even her real name sounds like it belongs to a witch), Nancy Downs is one in a quadruplet of teenage mystic she-Mages, who eventually gives in to the Dark Side that persistently plagues all those who practice the eldritch arts of sunless sorcery.
People who added this item 568 Average listal rating (371 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.6
Actually, after including the placement this movie, I noticed that three of the films on this list were released in the year of 1992 (Basic Instinct, SWF and this one). Which I found a bit odd since you don't normally see the release of psychological thrillers themed around the idea of a fearsome femme fatale in the same 12 month season.
And, each one of them a story about women so whacked out, that a hot flash of murderous rage was all it took to make 'em pick up a sharp object and wield it in a manner that makes their male counterparts all look like a buncha bitchez.

I guess for 1992, that "time of the month" was one that lasted all year long.
People who added this item 1795 Average listal rating (1126 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.7
Despite the word "Exorcism" in its title, here is a movie that, for me at least, could probably qualify more as a theological courtroom drama than it could as a straight-up possession film.
Still, I recommend it for the scenes depicting the character of Emily Rose. Played by actress Jennifer Carpenter, she approached the part as though she were, well, y'know... "possessed" by the role. In scenes filled with demonic dementia that would've revealed the limitations of most any other actor, she snarled and screamed as though with every primordial atom in her being, while her body terrifyingly writhed and convulsed with the inner-struggles that usually result whenever a dispirited devil decides to take residence within one's soul. Despite the fact that it never really revealed if whether Ms. Rose is indeed possessed or just some crazy ass bitch, IMO, those scenes were enough to raise a goosebump or two onto the flesh of any typical horror-hardened scare-flick fan.

People who added this item 5405 Average listal rating (3672 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.8
Ghostbusters (1984)
first, Gozer The Gozerian sounds like it could be a male's name.
But in reality, it takes on the form a female (well, it does at first.... eventually, as a Destructor, it takes on the form of a giant Marshmellow Man....but for the purposes of this list, we'll focus on Gozy's more feminine side). But whether it has a penis between its hellspawned legs or no, a Destructor is still a destructor.
So who are you gonna call to stop this nimble lil' minx before "she" decides to take a big bite out of the Big Apple?
The only guys around who know how to show this prehistoric bitch how we do things downtown, that's who.

People who added this item 73 Average listal rating (51 ratings) 5.1 IMDB Rating 5.4
Emelie (2016)
Typically, whenever a baby sitter is the subject of a horror movie's theme, said babysitter is is commoningly portrayed as the unfortunate victim at the hands of some ghastly and murderous protagonist. In this story, Emelie, the babysitter in question turns the tables on that time honored trope and proves that, in her hands, the babies who are sat would've probably been better off if the parents decided to stay home that night.

People who added this item 272 Average listal rating (167 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 6.7
How do you get back at your mom for being a crazy-ass bitch who likes to wield a wire hanger?
Try writing a based-on-my-life book that's ends up becoming a movie.

People who added this item 99 Average listal rating (73 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.7
And while we're on the subject of a mommie dearest...

If you're a teenage girl who's whole life has been plagued with sickly conditions and symptons, to the point where you are wheelchair bound, then you really have to rely on your family just to help you get by. And if the only family you have is your mother, who is single because of the amount of care you require, then the limitations of your conditions can be even more restrictive.
But if you come find out that those restrictions and your symptons are only really there because your mom is one crazy ass bitch, then your only option is to... run.
*remembers the part about the wheelchair* ....D'oh!!

People who added this item 469 Average listal rating (297 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.4
She's single,
she's white,
and she's female.
And why doesn't the movie title also describe her as crazy?
Because, as any man of reasonable experience with women knows,
that would be insanely redundant.

People who added this item 31 Average listal rating (21 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 5.7
Roaming throughout the history of scary cinema are plenty of "don't go into the woods" horror movies like the Evil Dead, Blair Witch Ptoject, heck, even Deliverance. And the message in all these kinds of films is that going into the woods is a great way to meet one's maker. What Keeps You Ailve is one of those movies. And watching it always gets me to contemplating the question of what are the kind of things that I can think of that help to keep me alive.
And of course, there are several things that I could say as an answer to that question. But based on the context of this movie, I'd say that one of the primary things that has helped to keep me alive so far is the continual habit not going into the f#ckin' woods.

Especially, with a crazy f#ckin' ass bitch.
People who added this item 60 Average listal rating (32 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 6.2
Whenever someone says "You have your mother's eyes", usually it's meant as a compliment. In this 2016 black and white indie horror flick, it's something someone says right before they end up getting chopped up and put in a freezer.

People who added this item 1648 Average listal rating (1116 ratings) 6.1 IMDB Rating 6.5

To be quite frank, if I wanna be dragged to Hell, all I hafta do is stop emptily escaping into the internet, walk away from my computer, and go out into the world we are currently living in. And if that sounds like some kind of political/social statement about these modern times, that's because it is. And if me saying that makes you feel uncomforatble or uneasy, then all I can say is, welcome to Hell. Glad I was able to drag you into it.
People who added this item 362 Average listal rating (224 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7
Back in 1971, Clint Eastwood premiered the first Dirty Harry flick and began his tour de force as the infamous magnum welding San Francisco cop with a 70's machismo-sized chip on his shoulder and with a message to all the law-unabiding "punks" out there....that he's mad as hell and he's not gonna take it anymore!
Well, that same year, Evelyn Draper came along in Play Misty For Me and showed all the men that not only is she as angry as the rule busting inspector, but more importantly, that she is a woman scorned.
And we all know about the fury that results from that of a woman who has been scorned....
it's enough to make the Magnum .44 or any other gun from Smith & Wesson look like a pea-shooter.
In other words, she's crazy as hell and she's not gonna be scorned anymore, Clint!

People who added this item 2161 Average listal rating (1353 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.1
Hard Candy (2006)
Meeting someone whom you've never met online can be a pretty a dangerous thing. For both prey and predator alike.
In a year that was fraught with decent horror flicks,
this was a film that provided it's own particular type of frights, particularly for those who are of the male side of the species. Getting slashed by a masked knife-welding maniac or your faced mauled by a werewolf can seem a bit tame compared to having your jewels chopped off by a higher-than-average-I.Q.ed teen whose "out to make a "point".
A cool film for those who like their psychological thrillers like they like their candy: hard.

People who added this item 248 Average listal rating (130 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 6.5
Alice, Sweet Alice is a movie that was fortunate enough to have come out when it did.
At the time, the genre of the slasher flick hadn't taken root yet.
Therefore, sexual boundaries had not yet been set as to what gender one must be in order to establish one's as a murderously relentless, knife welding, masked maniac.

And even though we do see the occasional feminine face lurking behind a bladed weapon aimed at carving it's fair share of cadres of corpses, in today's world, the slashing game still seems to be mostly a boy's club.
People who added this item 51 Average listal rating (42 ratings) 5.7 IMDB Rating 6
Grandma is acting funny. Y'know, that funny way that old people tend to act like when it's tme to consider not letting 'em live on their own anymore. So Mom and daughter go to her house to check in on her and soon discover that the funny way she's acting might be beyond just being old. It could because grandma is a relic.
The kind of relic that makes the fact that grandma's house is out in the middle of nowhere a good plot for a scary movie. Y'know.... like this one.

The Relic might not be the most bonechilling movie of the year, or the most original or even the most self explanatory story you'll get out of 2020, but there's enough quality fear-inducing atmosphere and edge of the seat creepiness here to make it quite a watch worthy horror flick for any fan looking to satiate their fix for the frightful.
To be honest, I'm usually not a real big fan of any kind of exploitation films.
However Faster Pussycat's reputation as a classic of the genre made me curious enough to give it a looksee. And as it turned out, when I first heard one of the crazy female characters in this black and white bad girls flick say the line "Honey, we don't like nothing soft. Everything we touch is hard",
I knew instantly that I wuz in love.

People who added this item 4608 Average listal rating (3017 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8
A revealing look into the world of ballet.
And just as I suspected,
them ballerinas,
they is some crazy ass, not to mention dark and disturbed, bitches.
Which, for me, means that I gotta hook up with one of 'em soon.

People who added this item 310 Average listal rating (200 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 6.7
A neglected high school girl summons up the courage to ask the boy of her dreams out to the prom. And when he turns her down, she ends up summoning her effed up parents to help her capture the boy's heart. With the intent of drilling the idea of her undying love into his head.

A date movie from down under in which the term "getting lucky" means "getting out". Alive.

Though movies had been around for many decades by the time of this film's release, with villainous women doing their best to catch up to the terrorizing antics their male counterparts, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? introduces one of the most iconic.
And I don't think I'm spoiling anything by answering the question of what actually did happen to Baby Jane....
She went bat-sh#t crazy is what happened.

People who added this item 2033 Average listal rating (1273 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 7
To be totally honest,
even though she did appear in a couple of films in which her thespian skillz are evident (Casino, The Muse),
the truth is, I was never really all that impressed with Sharon Stone's acting ability.
In this film however, I think that the character of Catherine Tramell provides the ultimate role of sexy-over-substance that is the essence of Stone's style early in her career. She seems to be able to effortlessly portray a woman who knows that the only way to grab onto the balls of a man's world is not so much to be a lady,
but to be an in-yo-face femme fatale who has enough cajonas to casually display even her most basic instinct.

People who added this item 1807 Average listal rating (1082 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.3
Monster (2004)
I remember once hearing a popular movie-reviewer starting his critique of this film as "Monster is based on a true story of a woman gone sociopath."
And when I heard that sentence, I realized that, the truth is, from whatever knowledge I've been able to gather in my experiences in the dating world, most horror flicks based of pycho-bitches can be said to be based on a true story.
When I recall the way some of my break-ups with previous girlfriends went, hell, I could say that the Exorcist was based on a true story.
So, as engaging as was the semi-autobiographical story tale of two murderous lesbians on the warpath, the truth is, it's probably too far from what most single people who are putting themselves "out there" have experienced.
Am I right guys?

People who added this item 536 Average listal rating (313 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 6.8
Inside (2007)
I don't how to describe this movie other than to say
it's something along the lines about adopting a baby outside the conventional means....
Or maybe,
the way this story pans out,
the best I can say is that it's pretty f#cked up.

In other words, based on the basic theme of this list, if this movie isn't worthy enough to have an entry on this list,
I don't what does.

People who added this item 2083 Average listal rating (1401 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.8
Misery (1990)

This entry has nothing to do with gender type.
Because, the truth is, no matter whether she's starring in a movie or not,
Kathy Bates always frightens me.

People who added this item 2741 Average listal rating (1765 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.4

I don't know what Carrie's big deal was with the pig's blood an' all.
I mean, at least she had a date for the prom.

There was no need to be such a bitch about it.
Then again....
now that I think about...
when you see how much of a bitch her mom was,
maybe she just couldn't help it.
It was just in her blood.

People who added this item 1296 Average listal rating (734 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.2
Audition (1999)

Y'know how when you try to wake up your foot after it's fallen asleep and it then feels there are like a hundred thin needles are piercing into your flesh?
Well, raise the level of that feeling from uncomfortable to horrific,
add a little razor-wire and an angelic smile,
and there you go.
You've got this movie.
Rarely does the face of horror look so beautiful and yet hurt so torturously bad at the same time.

People who added this item 949 Average listal rating (562 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 6.9
Okay, after the popularity of this movie, we all know by know that Hell hath no fury like that of a woman scorned.
And when when die (God forbid...!), if we end up going to Hell (God forbid....!), we just might find that there are no bunnies to be found in Hell (at least, not anywhere south of the river Styx, that is).
Not because there aren't any bunnies that don't deserve to go to Hell after they've "croaked", mind you....
It's just that, all the scorned women who are down there as a result of the fury that they wrought, well, y'know.... they put 'em all to boil.
I mean think about it,
the heat is already there.
They've been scorned. And since they're in Hell already, it's not like they're gonna get in trouble for boiling the bunnies.
Down there, they can boil 'em to their heart's content.
I guess what I'm trying to say is,
Hell must be Paradise for women who have been scorned.
No wonder there is no fury like their's.

"Yeah I know you are standing outside my door
the pounding of your fists getting louder and harder to ignore
I hear your finger nails screeching down the window pane
I won't look out the curtains, damn you must be insane
my home phone is ringing off the hook
so many texts on my cell phone I don't even wanna look
the tires of my car slashed and now they're flat
called the cops but they don't know where you're at
my dog's gone missing, this would be a first
if you've gotten a hold of him I fear the worst
I never cheated, told the truth and never lied
worked hard on this relationship, yeah I really tried
I am truly sorry things didn't work out between the two of us
I would glady talk to you but there's nothing left to discuss
I have to tell you if I could change things back I wouldn't make the switch
If I wasn't sure before, I am sure of it now....... you're just a CRAZY BITCH."

Updated entry:
- Prevenge
- Frankenstein

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