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25 Iconic Horror Movie Props

See how everyday tools like TVs, teacups, and hockey masks become instruments of terror with our gallery of the 25 most iconic horror props from movie history!

by | March 21, 2019 | Comments

Horror has a way of making an unlit hallway look like a trek through hell, inducing heart attacks though jumping cats, and transforming everyday tools like chainsaws and double-barrel shotguns into instruments of doom. The marketing and posters for Us suggests that Jordan Peele’s new horror flick will do for golden scissors what Get Out did for tea cups, which also happens to be one of selections for the 25 most iconic props from horror movie history! Read on to get your fill of creaky carriages, demonic dolls, and bloody blades.


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