Hungry for blood and everything, but hug the child with love
3333333 Mexico City— Becoming a mother is a difficult, complex and extremely difficult task… Maybe this is why it is not surprising that movies and TV insist on showing the dark side of motherhood. Movies and TV shows show the queens in the family as real. The harm to society, the thirst for blood and the thirst for everything, except for pampering one’s children with love.
Persona: Margaret White
In a movie full of pig blood, kinetic energy destruction and massacre, the most terrifying is still Carrie White’s mother, played by Piper Laurie superbly. His cruel punishment stems from misleading religious fundamentalism, which is the cause of all the pain in the film.
Character: Nola Carveth
This is a movie about the war of guardianship, using only an experimental psychotherapy called “psychiatric” and monster babies. Samantha Eggar performed one of the most outstanding performances in the history of horror. She is a sick woman and Nola has the ability to turn her anger into a deadly weapon. You don’t want to disturb her!
Friday the 13th (1980)
Character: Pamela Vohes
Jason Voorhees is one of the most famous horror movie legends in the world, but he still can’t compare with the original monster of the series: his mother. And, just in case you forgot, at the end of the tape, we found out that Pamela Voorhees (Betsy Palmer) was indeed the one who committed the Camp Crystal Lake murder on behalf of her drowning son.
Dear Mother (1981)
Role: Joan Crawford (Joan Crawford)
Although we will never know whether everything that happened on the screen really happened, Christina Crawford was very much about what she suffered because of the famous adoptive mother actress Joan Crawford (Joan Crawford). The claim of abuse is scarier than most monster stories. In addition, the outstanding performance of Faye Dunaway shocked everyone.
Flowers in the Attic (1987)
People: Colin and Olivia
With the dual help of an evil mother, this movie fought with Corrine (Victoria Tennant) and her own mother, Olivia (Louise Fletcher), to compete for the person most likely to abuse Corrine’s child. The lives of children are kidnapped, starved, and constantly abused and manipulated, while mothers and grandmothers try to obtain a very juicy family legacy.
Serial Mother (1994)
Role: Beverly Sutphin
The psychiatrist was born for the B movie, and John Waters, as the king of this “camp” sub-genre, chose Kathleen Turner as the killer patriarch of his movie. The actress plays a suburban housewife, she just bake a delicious cherry pie, and let you bleed to death in the living room. From dirty phone calls to using flamethrowers, this mother cares a lot.
Inside Story (2007)
This is indeed the story of two mothers. One is a woman who is pregnant with an upcoming baby, and the other is La Femme (Béatrice Dalle) who is not pregnant, but she is determined to take that child out of the womb and keep it for herself. The villain in this story is a bloody drama of the so-called “new French extreme”, perhaps the most terrifying “want to be” mother ever to appear on the screen.
Role: Another mother
There are many evil animated mothers, but Coralin’s “Other Moms” may be the most bizarre of them. Thanks to Laika’s fascinating stop-frame aesthetics and Teri Hatcher’s dubbing (alternating between mother’s good and evil), this character becomes a refreshing creation.
Role: Mary Lee Johnston (Mary Lee Johnston)
Precious (Gabourey Sidibe) faces many horrors (teen pregnancy, sexual abuse, HIV), but her abusive mother (Monique) is by far the most horrible. Many of Mary’s harassment, including beating her daughter and getting her husband to rape her, were so inner turmoil that they earned Monique an Oscar.
Black Swan (2010)
Character: Erica Sayers
Although Erica (Barbara Hershey), the mother of the neurotic ballerina Nina (Natalie Portman), only appears in a few scenes in the movie, her presence affects the whole story. Erica is a suffocating and obedient martyr. She devoted her life to Nina’s success on stage, making her a very sick mother.
When the unfortunate father takes his young daughter into the woods of the murder/suicide plan, the movie begins to feel sad. On the contrary, what happened was even worse: these girls were taken by a vengeful demon entity, calling themselves “mothers”, and even after they were finally rescued, they refused to leave them alone.
Character: Evelyn Stoker
Nicole Kidman put every bit of her talent into this Park Chan-wook movie, turning her talent into a maternal demon. His Evelyn (Evelyn) is cold, cruel, revenge, jealous, she does hate her daughter India (Mia Wasikowska), but because of the actress’s ability to balance horror and tragedy, the character feels real and inner.
Bates Motel (2003-2017)
Role: Norma Bates
We first learned about this character in Alfred Hitchcock’s classic “Psycho”, but it was not until this critically acclaimed TV series that we discovered Norma. The ability of Norma Bates. Vera Farmiga’s ruthless performance was so outstanding that her mistakes in “caring for” her son Norman (Freddie Highmore) far exceeded Norma’s first race as a filling frame. Luoid appearance.
The Babadook (2015)
Poor Amelia (Essie Davis)… When she was a widow, she did her best to raise an extremely difficult child. Things became very difficult, but then one named Babadou Babadook’s fairy tale creature appeared and turned her house into a nightmare. This is when Amelia fights creatures, anxiety and frustration show up as unbridled streaks of violence.
Good night mom (2015)
You know, when a character is simply called “mother”, it is inherently scary. In this cult movie, “Mute” comes home from a medical procedure with his face completely covered in bandages, and his twin sons increasingly suspect that their real mother is wandering in the house like a ghost. . PFF!