Movie Greatest Monsters (Normal Size)

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  1. lime Movie critic

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    What are the Movie Greatest Monsters - Normal Size (from little to human size)?
     
  2. pr0xyt0xin Shaper Savant

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    First one that came to mind:
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  3. Duke Registered

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    For me it probably would have to be:

    Frankenstein
    Wolfman
    Creature From the Black Lagoon
    Dracula
    The Fly
    Striper (Gremlins)
     
  4. lime Movie critic

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    Predator
    Stripe
    Frankenstein's Monster
    Dracula
    The Mummy(Boris Karloff)
    Freddy Kruger
    Xenomorph
    Wolfman
     
  7. <(o_o)> Evangeline Is My Hero!

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    Pumpkinhead
    Freddy Krueger
    Stripe "Gremlins"
    The Thing
    Wolfman
    Gillman
    The Fly
    Swamp Thing
    Dracula
    Frankenstein's Monster
    The Creeper "Jeepers Creepers"
    The Mummy
    Alien
    Predator
     
  8. Blitzkrieg Bop Fight Owens Fight

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    For me, the Boris Karloff/Jack Pierce Frankenstein monster, primarily from the first two films directed by James Whale, is the greatest movie monster of all time. He's above Dracula, King Kong, the Predator, and anyone else you could say.

     
  9. redhawk23 Wrestlin'

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    Fully agreed BlitzkriegBop.


    I must say though, the Xenomorph from Alien probably freaks me out the most.
     
  10. ThePowerCosmic Hyped Up

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    Humans. We're the real monsters.
     
  11. DarkSovereignty Ooga Chakka

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    That was really deep, man.
     
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    ^ She's not normal size!
     
  15. ThePowerCosmic Hyped Up

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  17. zeroapoc Eldritch Abomination

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    You have a point.
     
  18. Silvermoth Krakoan native

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    Gill man is my favourite. He has such an interesting design and I think there's a lot a clever filmmaker can do with him that hasn't already been done
     
  19. dark_knight08 December 20, 2019

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    Dracula
    Frankenstein's Monster
    Predator
    Freddy Krueger
     
  20. Spider-Aziz I Wanna Be...

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    Frankenstein is the surname of Dr. Victor Frankenstein, not the name of the beast
    Unless you aim to call the doctor a monster, that is another case

    That is a funny monster
     

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