Most of the time children are cute: they run everywhere, they talk a lot, they draw pictures, but overall it’s not too aggressive. Except of course if you had the good idea to adopt the son of Satan and that the latter has every intention of killing you.
1. Esther (Esther)
The story of a nice American family who adopts a nice little orphan and everyone is very happy. Until the day when we realize that all the same little Esther has strange impulses and certain outbursts of violence, as well as the strange habit of coming to observe people while they are sleeping. Ah yes, and also she doesn’t seem to love her new brothers and sisters…
2. Samara Morgan (The Ring)
Ok ok, like in all good horror movies, Samara is mean because she wants us to find out the truth about her death and her long agony at the bottom of the well. We obviously understand that she is a little chonchon, but that’s no reason to butt people up and down and crawl out of the TV like that without asking anyone. Note that greasy hair worn across the face never inspires confidence.
3. Victor (The Returned)
Little Victor was by far the scariest character in the first season of Revenants. It must be said that overall the mute children who kill the neighbor and hide in the lobby of the building when it’s all dark and there are weird noises, we don’t like it too much. We can’t wait to see what he will look like in season 2.
4. Trevor (Sinister)
With little Trevor we discovered that nocturnal anxieties were actually much scarier than all the possessed children on earth. Thanks Trevor, we’ll never look at a box the same way again.
5. Danny Torrance (Shining)
In theory Danny is not a bad bugger, except that in the book and the long version of the film he still has some weird and very scary absences. Add to that his little “Redrum” delirium and his mania for seeing dead people and it immediately makes you much less want to take him on vacation at home.
6. Lizzie Samuels (Walking Dead)
But if you remember Lizzie it was the kid that Carol had taken under her wing and ended up stumbling when she realized that she was completely crazy and had zigouille her sister.
7. Regan MacNeil (The Exorcist)
Originally extremely friendly and well-behaved, sweet Regan becomes a bit nervous under the influence of Satan. Neither one nor two, she starts playing spider on the stairs, spitting bile, insulting people in Latin and sinking crucifixes you know where. If your child has one of the symptoms mentioned above, a piece of advice: get out and quickly if you don’t want to get your face puffed out.
8. Robin Arryn (Game of Thrones)
After a fleeting appearance in the first season, Sansa’s cousin becomes a recurring character from the fourth season of Game of Thrones. And in the creepy kids category he has a good one. It must be said that suckling mom’s breast until she is twelve years old and having the right to “steal” all the people you don’t really like are probably not great sources of balance for a child.
9. The entire Village of the Damned cast
You take a small American village, you impregnate ten girls by a mysterious force, you give birth to children who are far too blond and far too telepathic and try to kill everyone and bim: you have the Village of the Damned. A highly traumatic film that does not make you want to make a big fuss too much.
10. Damien Thorn (The Curse)
Just like in Esther, The Curse is the story of a nice little couple who decide to adopt a kid with obscure origins and hop it turns sour and everyone dies. Must say that Damien, five years old, is none other than the Antichrist, so inevitably to fill the atmosphere you don’t have better.