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Today’s entertainment world is completely run by werewolves, zombies, and vampires - so, I kind of miss the good ‘ol days of complete and utter psychos. I mean, when was the last time we took a look at plain old human beings were are simply too messed up to be in society? When’s the last time we were around characters that enjoyed human flesh just for kicks? And, that's why I decided to make a list of seven non-vampire human eating predators in movies - some of them are real freaks and psychos that send us more chill down our spines than any of those vampires!
Infected Humans - Resident Evil
Frankly I just enjoy this picture of Michelle Rodriguez. There are plenty of “Zombie” movies out there and I kind of wanted to stay away from that genre.
Kevin - Sin City
At first you think he’s just this badass fighter type guy but then you learn he was raised by some disgusting priest and he developed a penchant for eating humans after killing them. A little freaky if you ask me... And putting their heads up on walls like deer is kind of gross.
Leatherface - Texas Chainsaw Massacre
I’d say that anyone who makes masks out of human flesh certainly deserves to be on this list.
Apocalyptic People - The Road
While I wasn’t a huge fan of this movie, one thing I liked is that there was a small sense of reality here. I mean, think about it. If the world were to end and there weren’t too many things to eat around, what would you do?
Disfigured Hillbillies - The Hills Have Eyes
Have any of you ever seen this movie? Good God it’s freaky. It’s almost like Deliverance on steroids. I feel like some director decided “let’s just make a film that’s as messed up and gross as possible and see what we come up with.”
Disfigured Freaks - Wrong Turn
It’s not quite The Hills have Eyes but it certainly has teeth.
Dr. Hannibal Lecter - Silence of the Lambs
Clearly he’s probably the most classic of all flesh eating characters in movies. Dr. Lecter did it with a certain degree of pinache and style don’t you think? Sure he was a psycho but in a calm way.