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  • Mandy on Random Unexpectedly Funny Moments In Otherwise Terrifying Horror Movies

    (#8) Mandy

    • Nicolas Cage, Andrea Riseborough, Linus Roache, Bill Duke, Richard Brake, Ned Dennehy, Olwen Fouere, Sam Louwyck, Hayley Saywell

    Mandy follows Red Miller (Nicolas Cage) as he fights his way into and through a cult to avenge the demise of his girlfriend Mandy (Andrea Riseborough). The film has lots of trippy moments and visual violence throughout, so the Cheddar Goblin stands out as hilarious and out of place in the film.

    The Cheddar Goblin is a macaroni and cheese mascot that retches his product all over children in his commercials, much to their screeching delight. By itself, the scene from the movie elicited lots of laughter from audiences at the 2018 LA Comic-Con panel for Mandy, so seeing the extremely odd commercial in the middle of a revenge flick where audiences see a woman burned alive earlier is extremely - and purposefully - disconcerting.

  • Drag Me to Hell on Random Unexpectedly Funny Moments In Otherwise Terrifying Horror Movies

    (#1) Drag Me to Hell

    • Octavia Spencer, Justin Long, Lia Johnson, David Paymer, Alison Lohman, Joanne Baron, Fernanda Romero, Ted Raimi, Bojana Novakovic, Adriana Barraza, Alexis Cruz, Reggie Lee, Ruth Livier, Chelcie Ross, Paul Edney, Molly Cheek, Scott Spiegel, Bonnie Aarons, Christopher Young, Bridget Hoffman, Alex Veadov, Dileep Rao, Kevin Foster, Jay Gordon, Lorna Raver, Irene Roseen, Art Kimbro, Tom Carey, John Paxton, Ricardo Molina, Chloe Dykstra, Jack White, Cherie Franklin, Bill E. Rogers, Nick Vlassopoulos, Aimee Miles, Tony A. Angelo, Lorne Raimi, Emma Raimi, Henry Raimi, Ali Dean, Jennifer Blackwell, Olga Babtchinskaia, Michael Peter Bolus, Peter Popp, Meyoung Laman, Shiloh Selassie, Jennifer Zhang, Flor de Maria Chahua

    Writer/director Sam Raimi always has elements of intended humor in his movies, beginning with The Evil Dead in 1981, and Drag Me to Hell is no different.

    After being cursed by an old woman (Lorna Raver), Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) seeks the assistance of medium Shaun San Dena (Adriana Barraza) to release her from the clutches of the lamia out to drag her to hell. During the seance, the spirit of the lamia transfers into a goat whose face changes into something hilarious instead of spooky - much like the deadites of the Evil Dead series.

    The attacks by the possessed bovidae provide more slapstick than horror, pushing viewers into spasms of cackles.

  • Jurassic Park III on Random Unexpectedly Funny Moments In Otherwise Terrifying Horror Movies

    (#4) Jurassic Park III

    • Téa Leoni, William H. Macy, Laura Dern, Sam Neill, Linda Park, Michael Jeter, John Diehl, Alessandro Nivola, Julio Oscar Mechoso, Bruce French, Trevor Morgan, Bruce Young, Mark Harelik, Taylor Nichols, Sarah Danielle Madison, Brad Everett Young, Sonia Jackson, Edward C. Gillow, Bernard Zilinskas, Frank Clem, Blake Michael Bryan, Karin M. Gaarder, Rona Benson

    The Jurassic Park movies are frightening for those who immerse themselves in the reality of the films, hoping that heroes don't become dino food and reacting to the series as monster flicks with a lot of science thrown in. When Jurassic Park III hit theaters, many fans likely expected the same heart-pounding adventure and excitement, especially given the return of Sam Neill as Dr. Alan Grant.

    Instead, they got a talking velociraptor in Dr. Grant's dream, jarring many out of the world of genetically engineered replicas of former creatures and into peals of giggles due to its absurdity.

  • Midsommar on Random Unexpectedly Funny Moments In Otherwise Terrifying Horror Movies

    (#13) Midsommar

    • Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor, Will Poulter, Vilhelm Blomgren, William Jackson Harper, Ellora Torchia, Archie Madekwe

    Ari Astor's unsettling psychological horror film is full of harsh moments for the audience. Every scene takes any previous fright and unease up to a level no one expects and takes no time to allow anyone to breathe or calm themselves. That is, until a pivotal scene required for the climax of the film takes place. 

    Dani's (Florence Pugh) boyfriend Christian (Jack Raynor) is targeted by a village girl that intends to seduce him by using a ritual involving menstrual blood and pubic hair on him. Although audiences see the preparations for Christian's meal, it still evokes hilarity when Astor actually shows the ingestion of the items. Perhaps unintended, but chuckles are definitely had.  

  • The Thing on Random Unexpectedly Funny Moments In Otherwise Terrifying Horror Movies

    (#12) The Thing

    • Kurt Russell, Keith David, John Carpenter, Adrienne Barbeau, Wilford Brimley, Richard Masur, Norbert Weisser, Donald Moffat, Charles Hallahan, Joel Polis, David Clennon, Richard A. Dysart, T. K. Carter, Peter Maloney, Thomas G. Waites, Larry J. Franco, Nate Irwin, Jed, William Zeman

    John Carpenter's The Thing is a classic horror movie with an ending still hotly debated to this day. It effectively uses the isolation of Antarctica as the backdrop for a research team stalked and picked off by a creature thawed from the ice. The creature's ability to hide in plain sight and blend in with the survivors keeps the tension sky high, and the grotesque way it infects animals and people keeps the gore coming. 

    It is truly upsetting to watch Norris (Charles Hallahan) mutate and use a stomach mouth to eat the arms of Dr. Copper (Richard Dysart). Witnessing the head ripping itself from its burning body is also terrible to behold.

    When the upside-down head sprouts two additional eyes on its neck and spider-like legs, it's so horrible that it becomes absurd, prompting a character to utter the immortal phrase: "You've got to be f*cking kidding." Truly, gallows humor at its finest.

  • The Wicker Man on Random Unexpectedly Funny Moments In Otherwise Terrifying Horror Movies

    (#3) The Wicker Man

    • Nicolas Cage, James Franco, Leelee Sobieski, Ellen Burstyn, Aaron Eckhart, Frances Conroy, Molly Parker, Christa Campbell, Emily Holmes, Diane Delano, Kate Beahan, Tania Saulnier, Matthew Walker, Mary Black, Erika-Shaye Gair, Christine Willes, Michael Wiseman, Zemphira Gosling, George Murphy

    One could argue that this remake of the 1973 film of the same name has a lot of strange scenes that garner nervous giggles from audiences, but that's different than being funny. 

    Case in point: the scene in which Edward finds out the true intentions of the women of Summers Isle and their ritual of sacrificing men to receive a bountiful harvest. He has a helmet filled with bees placed on his head. Since Edward is extremely allergic to bees, this should be a moment of excruciating terror and pain felt by the audience. Instead, director Neil LaBute and Cage decided yelling, "THE BEES! OH NO NOT THE BEES!" was the way to go with the scene, creating something memorable in all of the wrong ways.

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Horror films and comedy films are completely different movie types, and their expressions are also very different. But merging them together gives a new type of movie, funny horror movies. Horror movies are a genre that will always leave the audience unpredictable and know how to make the audience laugh. There is always something that can make people laugh when they watch a horror movie. 

These are some of the favorite funny moments for horror movie fans, they stand out in horror movies with perverted murder and bloody violence. The generator introduced basic information about 14 horror movies with unexpected funny moments, you will know only when watching them.

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