Actors Who Passed Away Shortly After Filming A Horror Film
Do you enjoy watching horror movies, particularly those in which a character becomes possessed by an evil spirit?
If so, you might remember some of the actors who passed away shortly after filming a horror film.
Given that horror movies are usually about dark and sad things, it makes sense that some of them might have bad vibes.
Many people thought that watching horror movies would bring them bad luck because they are used to spreading ideas about demons or demonism.
Some movies, like the Poltergeist trilogy or Rosemary's Baby, have a bad reputation for making bad things happen to people who are connected to them in some way, like Heather O'Rourke, who played a character in one of the movies.
There have been very few Hollywood movies that have generated as much controversy as The Exorcist did.
It made history by being the first horror movie to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. It is still thought of as one of the scariest movies ever made.
The movie is based on a real-life event that was written about in the book "The Exorcist" by William Peter Blatty.
That book was based on accounts of an actual exorcism. The book and the movie got a lot of their ideas from the journals of Jesuit priests who wrote about the many rituals they did on a young boy named "Roland Doe" in 1949.
These priests said they had seen the boy speak in tongues and have strange marks on his skin that spelled out the words "hell" and "evil."
When the movie came out, many Catholic Churchleaders praised it, which may come as a surprise. It also showed Catholic priests as heroes who were carrying out an old tradition.
The making of The Exorcist was full of problems and sad events. Early on in the making of the movie, the set for the MacNeill family's house mysteriously caught fire, which slowed down filming.
Aside from this, there was also a lightning strike that destroyed a cross that was over 400 years old and was located directly across the street from where the movie was having its premiere.
After what happened, they decided to hire a priest to come and pray over everyone involved, including the actors, the crew, and the set itself.
On the other hand, Billy Graham, a famous preacher, was quoted as saying that "a real demon was hiding in the film's celluloid reels."
The film was also linked to the deaths of nine people, from a night watchman to a person who worked on special effects.
In particular, Jack MacGowran, who played Burke Dennings' character who was hurled out of a window by the enraged demon, became ill with influenza during the 1973 London outbreak and eventually passed away from complications.
But MacGowran died right around the time the show came out, and eight other people died soon after him. This makes many people think it was just a coincidence. So, what do you think?
It's impossible to forget the horrifying clown doll that drags Oliver Robins' Robbie Freeling (the protagonist) under his bed or the terrifying tree that breaks through his bedroom window and tries to eat him whole.
Many people think that what happens in these movies is the stuff of nightmares, but what happened to some of the actors in real life is far more tragic.
"The Poltergeist Curse" is probably something you've heard of, even if you don't watch horror movies or go to the movies very often.
There have been many online articles, TV specials, and short documentaries about it.
Four of the main actors in the trilogy died within six years of the first movie coming out. This made many people think that the movie sets were somehow cursed.
One of the most horrifying and tragic deaths was that of 22-year-old actress Dominique Dunne, who played the oldest sister, Dana Freeling, in the first film.
Dunne was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, John Sweeney, in 1982, the same year that Poltergeist was released in theaters across the country.
A few weeks after she broke up with him, Sweeney killed Dunne by strangling her.
It seems like just another day in Hollywood, except that she wasn't the last Poltergeist actor to die.
The series' breakout star was Heather O'Rourke, a sweet young girl who was the main character in the first Poltergeist movie. After being pulled into her closet, she found herself mysteriously trapped inside a TV set.
O'Rourke had a starring role in all three films in the Poltergeist franchise before her untimely death at the age of 12, just before the release of the final film in the series.
O'Rourke died of a birth defect that was never found. The official cause of her death was "intestinal stenosis," which is a severe blockage of the bowel that caused infection and septic shock.
She had sudden stomach pain and had to be rushed to the hospital, where she died while being operated on.
Doctors said that O'Rourke was born with an unusually narrow intestine. This means that they were there long before the Poltergeist curse and probably had nothing to do with the supernatural. Still, it was strange that she died when she did.
During the filming of a scene for a movie, a famous Hollywood actor had his head cut off. It was the experienced actor, Vic Morrow, who played the lead role in the television series Combat.
During the production of The Twilight Zone, a feature-length adaptation of Rod Serling's television series, a helicopter crashed, taking him and two other child actors, Renee Chen and Myca Dinh Le, with it. The film was based on a television series of the same name.
Co-director John Landis, the special effects coordinator, and the pilot were all accused of manslaughter because the killings, in which one child was crushed and the other had its head severed, were so gruesome.
In court, it was brought up that the two young children were there, ready to set off explosives, which is against the law in California.
Top 10 Cursed Movies
People with anxiety are likely to have a wide range of responses to scary movies. Watching scary videos can make you think and feel things you don't want to and can increase your anxiety or panic.
It can also make you more sensitive to things that startle you, which makes people who are already anxious more likely to react badly and think the feelings are real threats.
Your body can react as if you were facing a real threat, speeding up your heart rate and filling you with adrenaline and other chemicals like norepinephrine and cortisol.
This excited response, which is part of the horror movie experience, can make it harder to sleep, and the scary things we've seen on screen may cause nightmares that disrupt REM sleep.
The cursed movie Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made is said to have killed approximately sixty individuals; below is a list of everyone who died as a result of it. Here's a list of every (claimed) death caused by seeing Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made.
- Janet Hilberg was one of the first people who died because of the movie. She had a seizure that killed her after seeing Antrum.
- Electrocution killed Tom Stylum.
- Joe Barringer, the last programmer, died when a stonefish stung him.
- No one knows what happened to the other four. Because of all of this, an interviewee named Nathan Fleet compares Antrum to The Ring's cursed Samara video tape.
Several cast members died tragically during the original Poltergeist trilogy. Dominique Dunne, 22, was murdered by her boyfriend shortly after the first film's debut in 1982. Heather O'Rourke, 12, died of septic shock six years later, before the third film was released.
Brandon Lee, the son of martial arts legend Bruce Lee, died in a stunt accident on the set of "The Crow" on March 31, 1993. Lee, then 28, was playing a character who is shot by thugs upon entering his residence.
Wesley Earl Craven. He was a film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, and editor who worked in the American film industry.
Scenes in movies that make you "jump scare" might not make an average person have a heart attack. But older people and people who already have heart problems should not watch these kinds of movies because the risks are much greater than the benefits.
You could also read about what happened to Bela Lugosi, who was best known for playing Dracula and other scary bad guys.
The same thing happened to the singer Aaliyah. She had just finished filming Queen of the Damned, a gothic horror movie based on Anne Rice's book. Sadly, she died in a plane crash in the Bahamas.
Also, the Greek actor Vasiliki Maliaros, who played Damien Karras's sick mother in "The Exorcist," died just nine days after Jack MacGowran.
The author wants to let people know that it is really dangerous for someone to be interested in demons in any way.
If you're an actor and you're thinking about trying out for a role in a movie about being possessed by demons or going through spiritual pain, don't do it.
You might be able to count on a stuntman to keep you from getting hurt on set, but he can't save you when Beelzebub comes for your soul. You have been given enough heads-up.