Banner

Fun Friday: Volume 2, Issue 7

What he has to say:

He

Last week I wrote about famous actors and actresses who had some horror movie roots. I came across so many, I decided to write a second part to it.

Paul Rudd’s breakout role was his part in the teen comedy Clueless. But did you know that his film debut was in a horror movie? Yep, his first movie was Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers. He plays one of the characters from the original that is all grown up.


Bride of Chucky

Long before Katherine Heigl was on the hit tv show Grey’s Anatomy, she was in the totally forgettable sequel, Bride of Chucky (trailer here). As bad as Bride of Chucky was, it was nothing compared to Seed of Chucky, which for some reason, I saw in the theater (you can watched the trailer for that mess right here) We all make bad decisions, that's all I can say.

Brad Pitt is a huge movie star, but before he became one half of Brangelina, he was in several different horror-related projects. Do you remember the TV show Freddy’s Nightmares? Yeah, me neither. It was a show hosted by none other than Freddy Kruger in the same vein as Tales from the Crypt. Speaking of stuff I’ve never heard of, he was also in an absolutely horrible looking movie called Cutting Class. The funny part is not only did he go on to become a really good actor, but didn’t totally distance himself from the genre. He was awesome as a psychopath in Kalifornia.

 

 

 

Bride of Chucky

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Long before she was hanging out with the kids at Dawson’s Creek, Michelle Williams played the younger version of Natasha Henstridge’s character in Species.

Many years before she was on That 70s Show or voted the Sexiest Woman Alive, Mila Kunis was in a tv movie remake of Piranha.

 

Speaking if sexy people, if you think multiple time Sexist Man Alive winner George Clooney is above this kind of thing, you are sadly mistaken. Check out this scene from Return to Horror High. *Spoiler alert *  George’s character isn’t having the best of days here.

This article was written for your reading pleasure on October 26, 2012.