Dracula and space terror sequels

Most horror movie goers are constantly on the lookout for the next big shock, which is why sequels are such a certain method to make money. But what happens when horror movie villains travel to space? Here are 5 horror movie villains that ventured to space. Some were successful, while others were not so much.

The Leprechaun


The Leprechaun horror film series' sleeper is Leprechaun 4: In Space. Yes, it is set in space, but that is precisely what makes it so mind-numbingly fantastic. Leprechaun 4 is an excellent illustration of how to convert a completely ludicrous idea into something really "unique." The film is jam-packed with realistic effects, innovative killings, and hilarious Leprechaun lines that will have you rolling on the floor. Leprechaun 4: In Space is a must-see for fans of the Leprechaun franchise or horror films in general.

Pinhead


Hellraiser: Bloodline is an intriguing continuation of the series that also acts as a precursor to the events that have come before. The narrative jumps between three distinct eras, beginning in the 1700s and ending in the 2200s. My anticipation for the fourth film in the series was not very high, and if we're being honest, I'm really just here for Pinhead and the other Cenobites. Seeing Doug Bradley live is always a treat because he never loses that chilly, menacing, and demonic air that he exudes throughout his shows. This is illogical and difficult to understand, but who cares about any of those things? Pinhead's moments in Bloodline are so horrific that you should see the movie even if you have watched everything else in the Hellraiser or any of the other works that Clive Barker has created, then you definitely need to check out this one. Even if there isn't a whole lot of logic to it, it's still a great fun ride all the same.

Critters


I was fascinated when I learned that Critters 4 will take place in outer space. I mean, how could they possible beat the previous Critters movies? But then I saw the cast list and it simply didn't seem promising. Brad Dourif? What about Angela Bassett? Also, did you know that Anders Hove is a well-known Danish actor? This was not going to work, in my opinion.

And after viewing Critters 4, I was correct. It has a terrible setting, a terrible story, and terrible people. Fans are displeased because the characteristics that distinguished and enjoyed past entries are absent or missing. Critters 4 is a terrible failure.

Dracula


Dracula 3000 is one of the few bad horror movies that are so bad that they're almost impossible to watch. I hate Dracula 3000 and I love it. Even though it's terrible the whole time, the worst part is the ending, which was a total cop-out and left me feeling Critters 4 very unsatisfied. I thought "Dracula in Space" would be so bad that it would be funny, but it was so bad that it was awful. The idea is fun, but the acting is bad and the dialogue is so bad that it's almost impossible to watch. If you want to feel bad for the rest of the day, you should watch it.

Also, Coolio. Coolio is there. Did I say that?

Jason Voorhees


The most notorious follow-up in which the antagonist travels to outer space is Jason X. The man, the myth, and the legend that is Jason Voorhees is indisputable. How he got into space, it doesn't matter. No one has any idea why he's up there. Everything else doesn't matter; all that matters is that Jason is out there, ready to cause mayhem.

In my view, Jason X is worth seeing for easter eggs and nods to past Friday the 13th movies, as well as his metamorphosis into Uber Jason.

Although this film isn't for everyone, aficionados of campy, cheesy slasher flicks will like it.

Conclusion

A MESS, sequels to horror films. Some prequels change a ridiculous concept, such as Leprechaun 4: In Space. Some are unwatchable, such as Dracula 3000. Check out these space sequels if you like horror films. Who knows, you could come upon a new horror classic.

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