Most Freakiest of 2010 

2010 has been one of those years, you know. The year I saw one of the best remakes ever, the year I saw Leonardo Dicaprio in two epic movies with performances that will keep you in awe. Horrorfest IV had the usual eight great horror movies that TBHM fans crave, yes they were all equally unique and demented. We had some very original takes in psychological terror for example "Black Swan" and "Shutter Island", some zombie and natural disaster movies like "The Crazies", "Altitude" and "Frozen" and most importantly they delighted us with some of the best of the three levels of horror. They had some of the most disturbing supernatural movies like "Case 39", "The Last Exorcism", some hilariously funny and gruesome horror-comedy like "Doghouse" and many Slasher remakes worth our viewing like "A nightmare on Elm Street" and "I Spit on your grave". Lastly, Since that year also marked my thirtieth birthday, so I will grace you guys with my thirty top horror movies of 2010 instead of my usual top ten. So you get twenty more horror movies to pick as the best from 2010. Check them out below and be sure to comment and spread your horror. To own your copy today just click on the mini posters!

 

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Resident Evil: Afterlife in 3D

 

 

Released

September 10, 2010

Written and Directed by

 Paul W. S. Anderson

Starring

Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, Kim Coates, Shawn Roberts, Spencer Locke, Boris Kodjoe, Wentworth Miller.

 

 Summary

I know I am not a big fan of sequels but this story is contagious. I could not stop myself from wanting to go watch it and also I wanted to see what Wentworth Miller and Boris Kodjoe were up to in this movie. I love the cast so I had to watch it when it came out on DVD of course. The Story follows Alice escaping from Albert Wesker, the undying antagonist since the beginning of this franchise. Alice sets out to find her friends Claire (Ali Larter) and K-mart (Spencer Locke) along her journey to find her friends and rescue survivors from the T-Virus she meets other survivors who are willing to fight the Umbrella corportation by-products by any means necessary. It's action-packed as all the other installments and features some eye candy that you (the Horror fan) crave. To purchase the movie click on the mini poster below.

  

 

XXVIV

My soul to take in 3D

Released

 October 8, 2010

Written and Directed by

 Wes Craven

Starring

Max Thierot, Denzel Whitaker, Raul Esparza, Shareeka Epps

  

Summary 

This movie is not your typical slasher movie...ahhh. Yes, it is in some level. 16 years earlier the town of Riverton, Massachussets was plagued by a serial killer who had stabbed to death seven teenagers. Once Abel, a father of two, feels he might be the one committing these horrible crimes since he has a dissociate identity disorder that he has been keeping from his family, he calls his doctor with his suspiscion; whom called the cops after their conversation. As the cops and the doctor enter the house they find Abel's wife stabbed and the killer trying to kill his own daughter, Leah. In present time, Bug, whom we find out later, is the serial killer's surviving son, has five friends that mysteriously got killed by the ripper. Bug's sister Leah, tells him about their father's criminal past and Bug decides to ensure the ripper is no more even if that means ending his own life in the process.

 

 

 

XXVIII

The Experiment

Released

July 15, 2010

Written and Directed by

 Paul Scheuring

Starring

Adrian Brody, Forest Whitaker, Maggie Grace, Clifton Collins Jr., Cam Gigandet, Fisher Stevens, Travis Fimmel, Ethan Cohn.

 

Summary

Twenty six men are picked to role play guards and prisoners in a psychological study. Things get ugly when these men start to take their roles too seriously.

  

  

XXVII

The Lovely Bones

Released

January 15, 2010

Written and Directed by

Peter Jackson

Starring

Saoirse Ronan, Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Michael Imperioli, Rose McIver.

 

 

Summary

A movie adaptation of the book of the same name. This film will haunt you for years to come. The story is about this fourteen year old girl, Susie Salmon, who gets abducted, raped and more. She aids her family to find her abductor but will it be too late. It's a very moving and disturbing tale!

  

  

XXVI

Beastly

Released

March 4, 2011 originally July 30, 2010

Written and Directed by

Daniel Barnz

Starring

Alex Pettyfer, Vanessa Hudgens, Mary-Kate Olsen, Neil Patrick Harris

 

Summary

This storyline is essentially about love within. It is your modern day tale of the Beauty and the Beast. Although, it's mostly fantasy, and should not even be added on this list since its release date is not until March of 2011. But I have seen it thanks to where I am currently in the world and I loved it because it gave me that "Vanilla Sky" vibe and frankly I am a sucker for these types of movies. Hopefully as soon as it hits theaters, you guys would go and watch it if not for the storyline then go for the eye candy.

 

 

 

  

XXV

And Soon the Darkness

Released

December 17, 2010

Written and Directed by

Marcos Efron

Starring

Amber Heard, Karl Urban, Odette Yustman

 

Summary

This is a remake of a 1970 slasher with the same name. It follows two friends played by Odette Yustman and Amber Heard traveling through Argentina and making a turn for the worse when one of them dissapears while sleeping by the lake. This movie revisits the human trafficking problem in these Countries where Americans are always targetted. Most especially American women.

  

  

XXIV

Splice

Released

June 4, 2010

Written and directed by

Vincenzo Natali

Starring

Adrian Brody, Sarah Polley, Delphine Chaneac

Summary

This is a science-fiction horror movie about a couple who happens to be renowned scientists. Their latest breakthrough is the next best thing as far as new inventions are concerned in the scientific world. However, this couple is not satisfied with their level of achievements they feel there is so much more they could do with their breakthrough but their boss think it would be considered taboo. So what are two equally ambitious scientists to do when they are told not to push too hard against nature? Well, you got to see it to believe it.

  

  

XXIII

Heartless

Released

May 21, 2010 UK

Written and Directed by

Philip Ridley

Starring

Jim Sturgess, Noel Clarke, Timothy Spall, Clemence Poesy

 

Summary

If you are looking for a happy ending don't watch this movie, if you are looking for something new and different definitely make this movie your own today. This movie deals with a very common issue when someone is living their life in their mind rather than being active in this life, in this world. Nonetheless, it's even sadder when they find happiness in fantasy rather than reality. This movie will hit a spot, you never imagined was there to begin with.

 

  

XXII

A Nightmare On Elm Street

Released

April 30, 2010

Written and Directed by

Samuel Bayer and Wesley Strick

Starring

Jackie Earle Haley, Kyle Gallner, Rooney Mara, Katie Cassidy, Kellan Lutz, Thomas Dekker

 

Summary

This is a remake of the 1984 film with better special effects and a somewhat more pedophile-looking Freddy Krueger. This film goes more into details about Freddy before he became the slasher of Springfield. The victims were beautifully projected by some very adept up and coming young actors. Lately, We have seen Jackie Earle Haley (Freddy) in similar movie roles, I guess when the writers thought about a pedophile this time around, his face came probably to mind. But Mr. Haley definitely delivers as this unassuming yet crazed child molester.

 

  

XXI

Daybreakers

Released

January 8, 2010 

Written and Directed by

Michael and Peter Spierig

Starring

Ethan Hawke, Willem Dafoe, Claudia Karvan, Sam Neill, Michael Dorman, Isabel Lucas

 

Summary

This futuristic vampire tale is very unique in certain aspects. I really liked the way they used infomercials within the movie to convince us about the vampire race being the ruling race and that humans are being harvested for blood around the world to feed vampires. This movie keeps the door open on how many different ways a vampire can be cured of vampirism and become human once again. But some vampires feel so powerful being so would they ever want to give that up?

 

  

XX

After.Life

Released

April 9, 2010

Written and Directed by

Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo
and Paul Vosloo

Starring

Christina Ricci, Justin Long, Liam Neeson

 

Summary

After.Life is not your typical tale about the afterlife but more precisely about the life being lived right now. This premise has an ambiguous vibe. You cannot tell if Anna played by Christina Ricci was in fact dead the whole time or incapacited to mimic death. This funeral director played by Liam Neeson is your average demented foe lurking around and will go to so many lengths to convince himself that he is actually helping humanity by sending you to your grave sooner than you could ever think possible all the while making you feel that you are actually in between life and death.

 

  

XIX

Legion

Released

January 22, 2010

Written and Directed by

Scott Stewart and Peter Schink

Starring

Paul Bettany, Lucas Black, Tyrese Gibson, Adrianne Palicki

 

Summary

Legion is an end of days supernatural flick visiting angels and archangels falling from the sky fighting among themselves to end and save humanity as their idealogies and beliefs differ immensely about the human race.

 

  

XVIII

Doghouse

Released

June 12, 2009

Written and Directed by

Jake West and Dan Schaffer.

Starring

Danny Dyer, Noel Clarke, Stephen Graham

 

Summary

Doghouse is a hilarious tale about men using women as sex objects purely. A group of boys set out to go to a town where they learn the ratio of women to men is 4 to 1. Only problem is that these women are infected by some biological virus that turns them into men hating cannibals. It's a fun ride, if you loved "Zombieland", you will definitely enjoy this Doghouse.

  

  

XVII

The Wolfman

Released

February 12, 2010

Written and Directed by

Joe Johnston and Andrew Kevin Walker

Starring

Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins, Emily Blunt, Hugo Weaving

 

Summary

This remake is not so different from the 1941 original until the second half of the movie. This recounts the story of a father and his two sons and the woman that these three men were lusting for which inevitably cost them all their lives directly and indirectly by the hands of this beast.

 

  

XVI

Open House

Released

August 3, 2010

Written and Directed by

Andrew Paquin

Starring

Brian Geraghty, Stephen Moyer, Rachel Blanchard and Anna Paquin

 

Summary

This is a movie about a house invasion. When a couple decide to sell their home after a divorce, they hold a successful open house. Couple days later, they discover that one of their potential buyers has never left their home.

 

  

XV

I Spit on Your Grave

Released

October 8, 2010

Written and Directed by

Steven R. Monroe

Starring

Sarah Butler, Daniel Franceze, Chad Lindberg

 

Summary

Jennifer Hills is a writer, she books for a couple of days a cabin in the woods so she can complete her latest book. She runs into some trouble at a gas station/convenient store with some delinquent townsfolks but she settles the score and gets to her cabin safely. Unbeknownst to her, she has been under constant watch since the night she arrived to her cabin. After their term of voyeurism wears off, the towns' most available bachelors decide to go for the real thing by breaking into her cabin, taunting her, and forcing her to perform blowjobs on various penis-shaped objects. Fortunately, she escapes and runs into the woods to find the town's sheriff. Relieved to find him, she brings him to her cabin so he can arrest these invalids. Only if she had seen the Texas Chainsaw Massacre installments, she would have known better. No spoilers, you will have to watch the movie to see the scenes that followed as they were very cruel, raw and graphic. A must-watch for men and women alike if you are truly a fan of horror!

  

  

XIV

Altitude

Released

October 26, 2010

Written and Directed by

Paul A. Birkitt, Kaare Andrews

Starring

Jessica Lowndes, Julianna Guill, Ryan Donowho, Landon Liboiron, Jake Weary, Mike Dopud

 

Summary

Five friends on plane ride to a concert will eventually learn that sometimes driving may be better than flying. As the main characters acknowledge that this was not their first plane ride that ended up in a disaster. Will it be too late to fix the past? As bizarre as it may sound, oftentimes the present life may have lessons for your past and future life.

 

  

XIII

Buried

Released

September 24, 2010

Written and Directed by

Rodrigo Cortes, Chris Sparling

Starring

Ryan Reynolds

 

Summary

Ryan Reynolds portrays US truck driver Paul Conroy who awakens to find himself buried in a coffin with only a lighter and a blackberry in his possession. He attempts to remember how he got there and soon remembers there was an ambush and his fellow truck drivers were killed and he was kidnapped. Fortunately, he also remembers his employer and his wife numbers whom he phones but only to catch their voicemail to which he leaves messages. His suspicion of being kidnapped is confirmed when he is contacted by the kidnapper who demands $5 million at first and lowers the ransom to $1 million which he does not have. This film hits so close to home. It was brilliantly performed by Ryan Reynolds and the ending to this premise will twist your world like you would never believe.

  

  

XII

Devil

Released

September 17, 2010

Written and Directed by

John Erick Dowdle, M. Night Shyamalan

Starring

Chris Messina, Bojana Novakovic, Bokeem Woodbine, Logan Marshall-Green, Jenny O'hara, Geoffrey Arend

 

Summary

Five people are trapped in an elevator and one by one they start to get killed off. By whom is truly the question since whenever they grow suspicious of who may be the culprit, the suspected one is the next to die.

 

  

XI

Night of the Demons

Released

October 19, 2010

Written and Directed by

Jase Anderson, Adam Gierasch

Starring

Shannon Elizabeth, Edward Furlong, Linnea Quigley, Michael Coupon

Summary

The original scared the little girl out of me, but then again I was only 9. This remake is fun and throws some scares at you throughout the whole movie. It follows the same storyline where a group of friends attend a halloween party at a mansion held by their friend Angela and from there all hell breaks loose literally.

  

 

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The Killer inside of me

Released

June 18, 2010

Written and Directed by

Jim Thompson, Michael Winterbottom

Starring

Casey Affleck, Kate Hudson, Jessica Alba

 

Summary

Casey Affleck portrays Lou Ford a West Texas deputy Sheriff and serial killer. When he first started out his killing spree in his teens his adopted brother took the blame for him. Now his demons are resurfacing and his violent, cruel killing side will shift to first gear and there won't be no turning back.

   

  

IX

Case 39

Released

October 1, 2010

Written and Directed by

Ray Wright, Christian Alvart

Starring

Renee Zellweger, Jodelle Ferland, Ian Mcshane, Bradley Cooper

 

Summary

Lillith Sullivan is this 10 year old girl whose parents are abusive and neglectful towards her. At least, that's what we are led to believe until social worker Emily Jenkins played by Renee Zellweger starts to experience the true side of Lillith and it's definitely not pretty. She feeds off your feelings and your emotions as she terrorizes the hell out of you. Case 39 could surely be the supernatural horror of 2010 with so many very unique graphic kills to call its own.

  

  

VIII

Frozen

Released

February 5, 2010

Written and Directed by

Adam Green

Starring

Emma Bell, Kevin Zegers, Kane Hodder, Shawn Ashmore

 

Summary

Sometimes when you have to bribe your way to something you will inevitably have to pay the full price somewhere down the line. These three friends Parker (Emma Bell), Joe (Shawn Ashmore) and Dan (Kevin Zegers) decide to spend their Sunday at a ski resort but they don't want to pay full price for the ski lift tickets, they get Parker to go bribe one of the Sky Resort attendants so they can all have some fun up there. However, the attendant gets replaced and the new attendant shut the place down at night fall as reports of a storm approaching surfaced not knowing that these three were still riding the ski lift. The ski resort is closed on weekdays, and there is a storm approaching with that in mind, the three friends start to fear for their lives as they are stuck in the ski lift way up above the ground. If nature does not finish them off, they will eventually hurt themselves trying to survive. But did they deserve this?

  

  

VII

The CraziesThe Crazies 

Released

February 26, 2010

Written and Directed by

Scott Kosar, Ray Wright, Breck Eisner

Starring

Tim Olyphant, Radha Mitchell, Joe Anderson, Danielle Panabaker

Summary

The Crazies is a remake of the 1973 film of the same name by George A. Romero. This film is highly disturbing as some of the scenes are so raw and imaginative. It follows the same storyline as the original about military biological weaponry that is accidentally infecting the residents of a small town resulting in only few survivors... well two since the military is trying to cover up their screw up.

 

VI

Chain Letter Chain Letter

Released

October 1, 2010

Written and Directed by

Deon Taylor, Michael J. Pagin, Diana Erwin

Starring

Nikki Reed, Keith David, Brad Dourif, Noah Segan, Bai Ling, Betsy Russell, Matt Cohen, Michael Bailey Smith

 

Summary

This movie fascinated me because I always wonder about these chain letters. I ignore them most of the time but sometimes the title sounds so interesting I want to open it and read it to its entirety and at the end of it where it says "forward this to seven people or you will die in seven days" or something similar to this, I laugh at it and some other times I wonder, could they really hunt me down and kill me just because I chose not to forward this ridiculous email to my most beloved friends? Well, this movie says it will happen, it's you or them, who will you choose?

 

  

V

SAW 3DSaw 3 D

Released

October 29, 2010

Written and Directed by

Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan, Kevin Greutert

Starring

Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor, Betsy Russell, Sean Patrick Flanery, Cary Elwes

 

Summary

 This last installment to the series is the ultimate guide to understanding this franchise as it pretty much gives you all the missing pieces on who and how many Jigsaw apprentices and successors were really there. John Kramer created a new brand of counseling as his ex-wife Jill lost their baby at the clinic one night when the same people she was supposedly helping broke into her clinic harmed her and caused her miscarriage which ultimately, along with his diagnosis with cancer, drove John to become the jigsaw killer. John unleashed his new brand of self-discovery by showing his players how valuable their lives should be to them even after being dead himself. After being a participant from his deadly traps you will either learn how to cherish your life and become his apprentice or if you don't survive, apparently, you were empty inside and obviously did not deserve to live.

  

   

IV

Black Swan

Released

December 3, 2010

Written and Directed by

Andres Heinz, Darren Aronofsky

Starring

Natalie Portman, Vincent Cassel, Mila Kunis

 

 

Summary

Natalie Portman's projections of both the white and the black swan were spectacular. She really engaged the audience to try to empathize with her state of mind. Is she unstable or is her understudy played by Mila Kunis messing with her? Those are some questions that will rise up as you start watching this film. I loved the tension between Nina (Natalie Portman) and Lily (Mila Kunis), the passion that became an obssession, and Nina's delusional, demented and downright narcissistic behavior. 

  

  

III

The Last Exorcism

Released

August 27, 2010

Written and Directed by

Huck Butko, Andrew Gurland, Daniel Stamm

Starring

Patrick Fabian, Iris Bahr, Louis Herthum

 

Summary

  Reverend Cotton Marcus (Patrick Fabian) did not believe in possessions that was until he met with the Sweetzer family. He lost his faith as he read about an autistic kid whose death resulted from an exorcism attempt. He also associates his disabled son being healed by science and not by God. Reverend Cotton decides to join a group who are keen on exposing exorcism as a fraud. Only problem is the devil exist just like God exist, being ignorant to it does not and will not make it go away!

 

  

II

Shutter Island

Released

February 19, 2010

Written and Directed by

Steven Knight, Laeta Kalogridis, Martin Scorsese

Starring

Leonardo Dicaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Ben Kingsley, Michelle Williams, Emily Mortimer

 

Summary

This film had a budget of $80 million and banked $294,803,014 million in revenue for 2010. That's just to tell you how much of an effect this premise had on the audience. Leonardo Dicaprio's performance blew me away, he had me tipping toeing throughout the whole movie. I couldn't tell what was real, who was real and who was telling the truth. This movie is the biggest mind fuck of the century. I watched this film when it first came out in theaters back in February 2010 with my friend Alicia, we were so amazed by the storyline and the performances of the whole cast, that we bought two more tickets for another showing. That's how much of an impact it had on us.

  

  

Und our numero uno of the best Horror Movie for 2010 is...

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Horrorfest IV: 8 films to die for are a combination of dark supernatural horror, horror-comedy, serial killer suspense, high school slasher, family heritage horror which make up the three levels of horror. Now, you see why we had to make them our number one, since they exceeded our requirements for the Levels of Horror.

 

 

The Final

Released

January 29, 2010

Written and Directed by

Jason Kabolati, Joey Stewart

Starring

Marc Donato, Jascha Washington, Travis Tedford

 

Summary

A group of outcasts plan the party of the year to get back at their high school tormentors in the worse ways.

 

 

Hidden

Released

January 29, 2010

Written and Directed by

Pal Oie

Starring

Kristoffer Joner, Karin Park, Bjarte Hjemeland

 

Summary

KK escaped from home 19 years ago, now he must return home to attend his cruel mother's funeral and deal with his inherited deteriorated house and its dark secrets.

 

 

The Reeds

Released

January 29, 2010

Written and Directed by

Chris Baker, Nick Cohen, Mark Anthony Galluzzo

Starring

Anna Brewster, Geoff Bell, Daniel Caltagirone

 

Summary

A boating party that goes awfully wrong when one by one a group of six friends gets terrorized and killed off by a mysterious entity. 

 

 

The Graves

Released

January 29, 2010

Written and Directed by

Brian Pulido

Starring

Clare Grant, Bill Moseley, Jillian Murray, Tony Todd

 

Summary

Trapped in a redneck town in the back roads of Arizona, the Graves girls have to fight for their own survival a la TCM style from this occult church ran town.

 

 

Dread

Released

January  29, 2010

Written and Directed by

Clive Barker, Anthony Diblasi

Starring

Jackson Rathbone, Shaun Evans, Pamola Faith, Hanne Steen

   

Summary

 Three college students decide to do a documentary on people and how they cope with their fears. One of the friends gets bored of just interviewing people and traps his friends in the worst possible ways to make them relieve their worst past experiences to see how they will deal with them.

 

 

Kill Theory

Released

January 29, 2010

Written and Directed by

Kelly C. Palmer, Chris Moore

Starring

Teddy Dunn, Agnes Bruckner, Daniel Franzese

 

Summary

Seven friends now, only one needs to remain in the morning. These seven friends were celebrating their upcoming college graduation, but will form alliances against each other as only one of them should be alive at 06:00 AM or all of them will die. Would they make a pact with each other and accept to all die together instead of becoming barbaric creatures and offing each other to survive? Like they say: "There is a killer hidden inside each of us waiting to be set free."

 

 

Lake Mungo

Released

January 29, 2010

Written and Directed by

Joel Anderson

Starring

Talia Zucker, Rosie Traynor, David Pledger

 

Summary

Following the death of their 16 year old daughter Alice Palmer, the Palmer family starts to sense the paranormal in their midst. As they go to Lake Mungo where their daughter was found dead, they also find out that she was living a double life altogether there.

 

 

Zombies of Mass Destruction

Released

February 29, 2010

Written and Directed by

Kevin Hamedani, Ramon Isao 

Starring

Janette Armand, Doug Fahl, Cooper Hopkins

 

Summary

When zombies attack what will you do? When the island town of Port Gamble got bio-terrorized and the townsfolks started to be zombified and ate everyone in their paths, only few people knew what exactly needed to be done. I loved Frida (Janette Armand) as she had to fight off not only zombies but also Joe (Russell Hodgekinson) who happens to be the biggest terrorist as he feels Frida is a terrorist just because of her race and starts to attack her, nails her to a chair in his basement and questions her about US History. This movie had so many laughs in it, for instance, the gay couple Lance (Cooper Hopkins) and Tom (Doug Fahl) that Reverend Haggis (Bill Johns) tried to turn into straights with the help of ironically gay erotic films. They explore a different side of bio-hazards turning innocent townies into zombies, this time it's not the military fucking up and accidentally infecting them with this stuff, Port Gamble residents are actually under attack by a terrorist group using biological weaponry of mass destruction.

  

 

That was it for The Best Horror Movies. Check out the best in Horror in 2010 below!

 

  

 TBHM Hunk of 2010

Leonardo Dicaprio

 

Why: Leonardo Dicaprio is so emotionally moving in his roles. There is not one movie he has played in that you did not find yourself intrigued by his performances and this year he has proved that he is not only a multi-talented actor through his roles in "Inception" and "Shutter Island" but also a great philanthropist as he donated $1 million to help Haiti recover from the earthquake.

Status: In a relationship with Bar Refaeli

Born: Leonardo Dicaprio, on November 11, 1974 in Los Angeles, California

 

TBHM Hottie of 2010

Natalie Portman

  

Why: Natalie Portman is one of the most talented actresses out there with a mind to call her own. She sets her own standards and live up to them. She is very diversed in her roles and play them beautifully. Natalie is the horror movie hottie of the year purely because she had the privilege to portray two different personalities in the feature psychological thriller "Black Swan" and she excelled by feeding our expectations with a highly engaging and flawless performance.

Status: Engaged and expecting a baby from ballet dancer Benjamin Millepied

Born: Natalie Hershlag, on June 9, 1981, in Jerusalem, Israel

 

TBHM Villain of 2010

Ian Somerhalder

Famous line: "Well...if you want to see me naked, all you have to do is ask."

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Why: Ian Somerhalder is such a badass in the vampire series called "The Vampire Diaries" where he plays Damon Salvatore, the older brother of the protagonist Stefan Salvatore portrayed by Paul Wesley. He just does things that you would want to see in the Twilight films. However, what fascinates me the most, in real life Ian Somerhalder is a great altruist. He loves nature, animals and his fellow people and actively fighting to keep them preserved.

Status: Single

Born: Ian Joseph Somerhalder, on December 8, 1978, in Covington, Louisiana

 

 

TBHM Female Villain of 2010

Mary-Kate Olsen playing Kendra Hilferty the witch from "Beastly"

Famous Line: "Wow, looks are important to you...imagine life without them."

Why: She is the horror movie female villain for the year 2010 because she was such a cold-hearted witch as she cast the spell on the highly arrogant Kyle played by Alex Pettyfer. But did he really deserve to become such a beast just because he was cocky?

Status: Single

Born: Mary-Kate Olsen, on June 13, 1987, in Sherman Oaks, California 

  

TBHM child villain of 2010

Jodelle Ferland playing Lillith Sullivan from "Case 39"

Famous line: "You're a grown up, it's embarassing."

Why: We have seen Jodelle portray so many innocent and evil kids but her compelling portrayal of Lillith in Case 39 was one performance that truly scared the hell out of me. She is only sixteen and has played in more horror movies than any grown adult combined. We can see why! 

Born: Jodelle Micah Ferland, on October 9, 1994, in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada

  

  

TBHM breakthrough hottie of 2010

 

Sarah Butler playing Jennifer Hills from "I Spit on your grave"

 Famous line: "Suck it, Bitch!"

Status: Unknown

Why: Sarah Butler playing Jennifer Hills in the remake "I spit on your grave" or "Day of the Woman". Sarah portrays a writer by the name of Jennifer Hills in such a believable way that you can only emphathize with her situation. After all, she did not invite these men to invade her home and her holes...they just felt men enough to try and conquer her body but she also ensured they were men enough to take it like men. I loved the way she projected the character and her revenge scenes were so originally horrifying. Even if you are not a prude, you will still find yourself blushing or hiding from behind your own hand in disgust. This role will definitely guarantee her a place in the horror movie industry.

Born: Sarah Butler, on February 11, 1985, in Puyallup, Washington

 

  

TBHM breakthrough hunk of 2010

Wentworth Miller from "Resident Evil: Afterlife"

Famous line: "I know a way out"

Status: Unknown

Why: Resident Evil is his first major role in a horror movie. Yes he did play Gage Petroni, a swimmer for Sunnydale High in the Buffy miniseries but portraying Chris Redfield, (one of the most popular characters in the Resident Evil video games) in the futuristic zombie sequel Resident Evil: Afterlife, is more of a solid stepping stone for him in the horror genre. 

Born: Wentworth Earl Miller III, on June 2, 1972 in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England, UK

 

  

The Best Horror Scene of 2010

 I spit on your grave 

Suck it...bitch scene

    
Wake Up In A Bathtub Of Terror, 'I Spit On Your Grave' 

 

The Best Horror Fight Scene of 2010 

Resident Evil: Afterlife

Wesker fight scene

 

 

TBHM Hunks of 2010

(Just click on title or poster to see our gorgeously hunkie sweethearts)

 

TBHM Hotties of 2010

(To see our spunklicious hotties of 2010 click on poster or title)

 

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