Entertainment TV & Film 15 Potentially Great Horror Movie Crossovers Share PINTEREST Email Print TV & Film Movies Horror Movies Best Movie Lists Comedies Science Fiction Movies War Movies Classic Movies International Movies Movies For Kids Movie Awards Animated Films TV Shows By Mark H. Harris Mark H. Harris has written about cinema and horror films since 2003. His work has appeared on PopMatters.com, Vulture.com, and Ugly Planet, among other online publications. our editorial process Mark H. Harris Updated January 13, 2020 Are horror movie crossovers the new horror movie remakes? First there was Freddy vs. Jason. Then came Alien vs. Predator and (shudder) Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem. What could those crafty minds in Hollywood be planning for the next big horror movie crossover? Here are a few suggestions. Chucky vs. Leprechaun MGM/Lionsgate Let's face it: a killer who's under three feet tall is hardly intimidating...unless you're under three feet tall, too. Watch as these pint-sized maniacs tussle under tables, inside cabinets and down sink drains. Advantage: Leprechaun. Candyman vs. Pinhead Dimension/TriStar Things are bound to get kinky when ladies' man Candyman gets together with Hellraiser's sadomasochistic Pinhead. You might need to take a shower after watching this. Advantage: Candyman. Pinhead's got Hell on his side, but once you go black... The Hills Have Eyes vs. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Vanguard/Bryanston It's hot cannibal-on-cannibal action as these two deranged backwoods families rumble in the middle of nowhere, with nary a tooth to be found. Advantage: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The Hills may have eyes, but they don't have power tools. Scream vs. Final Destination Dimension/New Line Someone dressed up as Death versus Death itself. Probably not a fair fight. Advantage: Final Destination. Jigsaw vs. Hannibal Lecter Orion/Lionsgate This could be the longest of the battles, as these holier-than-thou blowhards take turns trying to psychoanalyze each other to death. Advantage: Hannibal. Jigsaw needs six weeks and an entire workshop to kill someone; all Hannibal needs is a nice Chianti. The Amityville Horror vs. Poltergeist American International/MGM Suburbia goes to Hell in this Civil War of haunted house movies, and no matter who wins, the realtor won't be happy. Advantage: Poltergeist. Its remake was less terrible. The Ring vs. The Grudge DreamWorks/Columbia Which will be the last pale, Japanese stringy-haired girl ghost story remake standing? Let's hope they bump each other off, because nobody really wants to see another entry in either franchise. Advantage: The Grudge. No one watches VHS tapes any more. Norman Bates vs. Michael Myers Universal/Compass Talk about issues. One loves his mother too much; the other wants nothing more than to kill every member of his family. The twist ending is that they both end up in counseling. Advantage: Michael Myers. A jumpsuit allows more mobility than a dress and heels. Blacula vs. Blade American International/New Line Who better to take on a black vampire than a black vampire hunter? To be followed by Blackenstein vs. Van Blacksing. Advantage: Blacula. Blade is, like, four feet tall. Children of the Corn vs. Village of the Damned New World/MGM This showdown of killer kids ought to cure any thoughts of adding to your family. Advantage: Village of the Damned. They dress to kill. Christine vs. Cujo Columbia/Warner Bros. Two of Stephen King's least frightening killers come face to, er, grill, and the result is as expected: road kill. Advantage: Christine. Damien vs. Rosemary's Baby 20th Century Fox/Paramount Watch as the devilish tykes from The Omen and Rosemary's Baby throw down on the set of The Maury Povich Show to find out who's the REAL son of Satan. Paternity results are coming up. Advantage: It's a moot point because it turns out that their father is, ironically enough, The Exorcist. The Woman in Black vs. Mama Relativity/Universal It's one mutha of a fight as these ghostly mothers return from the grave to battle over a living child they mistake for their dead offspring. Advantage: Mama. With those spider crab fingers, she could palm The Woman in Black's head like a basketball. Godzilla vs. Cloverfield Legendary/Paramount In this battle of the behemoths, Godzilla defends Earth against the latest alien monstrosity to attack the planet — granted, in order to do so, it has to return to New York City, scene of the crime against humanity that was 1998's Godzilla. Advantage: Godzilla. Seriously, it's been doing this for over 60 years. The Blair Witch Project vs. Paranormal Activity Artisan/Paramount It's a found footage showdown: shaky hand-held cam vs. stationary security cam! Which is the better vantage point to watch someone stand unnaturally still for several minutes of screen time? You be the judge. Advantage: Tie. Everyone dies.