Hypothetical Horror Sequels

by and | October 12, 2015 | Comments

Sometimes they come back from the dead…again! And sometimes…they never come back at all. That’s what happened to the horror movies in this gallery: they never got the sequel they deserved, so we’re dreaming up our own. You’re welcome, Hollywood!

[Spoiler alert for the whole gallery!]

  • Gimme Some Like

    I vote for a “They Live” remake…should be easy to improve upon too.

  • They Live is great. No need to remake it.

  • Conanzilla

    A They Live Prequel! Or Sequel! But it’s really unnecessary.

    More necessary? Halloween 3, needs a Halloween 3.5. Finally some love for that fun, funky flick.

  • Myleftarm

    They Live is with Rowdy Roddy Piper not Stone Cold Steve Austin….Whoever wrote this should be ashamed.

    • johncoby

      Rowdy roddy Piper is dead. It would be hard to have a sequel with him.

    • Realnoid

      In a possible big budget “They Live” sequel, Stone Cold Steve Austin (who wouldn’t even begin to replace Roddy Piper) covered with tattoos with a man bun would be the one finding the Google reality glasses in a church. Austin’s Nada would then be seeing himself and reality as it really is. Not filled with illegal NWO space aliens and not with right wing Reptilians. This sequel would be filled with “Adjustment Bureau” “Tomorrowland” animatronic spiritual machines (from William Gibson’s The Belonging Kind minus the ending) who communicate via a hive consciousness, are professional smart mob fake customers in every bar and restaurant who deliberately laugh too obnoxiously loud with or w/o alcohol, who control entertainment and advertising and just about everything else. The ones referred to by so-called paranoids as “They” really do “Live.”

      Unlike the original, Nada would realize that he is one of “them” as are the homeless he lives with including his black construction partner. He would not like the fact that he doesn’t need to sleep, eat or have sex except to replicate more of his own kind and to fit in as an upright citizen like everyone else. Not liking his situation or the signal’s message (that is more internal than external) he would, after a brutal extended intentionally fake WWE type fight, persuade his friend to join in a fight to stop the signal and become fully human.

      The “Holly” character (as in Hollywood starlet with heroin eyes) would be seen as a addict who uses heroin to block “the signal” from controlling her. She kicks the habit and starts to enjoy sleep, food and hot sex with hero Nada (a nobody who then becomes somebody). As it was in Tomorrowland, the negative pessimistic signal would be stopped and animatronic hyper-plus hybrids would have nothing else to do except rapture up disappearing into fifth dimensional hyperspace leaving only their clothes behind. Amen to that.

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