Top 5 horror movies based on true story

Top 5 horror movies based on true story

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Welcome back to InYourFaceHorror guys! My name is Alex, and today,
we are going to be talking about 5 movies that were actually inspired by true events! Before we get to it, I would like to
remind you to subscribe to this channel as it will make it way easier for
you to find us in the future. Enjoy the video In Your Face Horror. (Piano mimicking broken record) (fading out) hahahahahaha The Silence of the Lambs One of the characters in the Silence of the
Lambs, was Buffalo Bill. Ol’ Buffalo was inspired by
6 real life people. Ed Gein and Ted Bundy being two of them. The image of Ed Gein was clearly the inspiration
for the effeminate way that Buffalo dressed. As for the inspiration for Ted Bundy?
Well, that’s a ‘Ted’ bit sneakier. Ted like to play the wounded puppy,
or the man in need of help card. It wasn’t until he got them alone that
he actually killed them. This was exactly how Buffalo was
doing it in the film. The Amityville Horror Amityville in my opinion, didn’t make that
great of a film. Now the story that surrounds everything, way
greater! Amityville is a village town in
Suffolk County New York, that houses a terrible secret. One of the homes is insanely haunted. Kathleen and George Lutz?
Their real people! When they moved in, they were regular
people, just like you and me. By the time they left, 28 days later,
they had many complaints about the house, and the creepy things that went on. Green ooze. Strange, pungent smells. Even one of the rooms, they were told to
keep out of by one of the local priests. Some people don’t believe in spirits in that
way, and to them, I say this. Spend a month in that house, less than
that will prove to be too much. The Exorcist Alright, sooo this movie was inspired by the book,
but the book was inspired true events, soooo. In the late 1940’s, a series of exorcisms
were performed on a young boy, known as Roland
Doe. The events were even recorded by an
attending priest, Raymond J Bishop. There are tons of questions that surround
the case of Roland Doe, but, I think it’s up to us to decide what
we believe. Texas Chainsaw Massacre The 1976 critic award winning film, The Texas
Chainsaw Massacre, was a fictional story, about a fictional character, who was
actually inspired by a real person. Ed Gein was he, who actually, fun fact, is from
my home state of Wisconsin! Not that we should be bragging about that…
buuutttt…. Ed Gein was defined as a ghoul,
a gravedigger. They found tons of items around his home,
made from human remains. A lamp, made from human skin. Forks and spoons, made from bones. Even a belt made out of nipples. The items that inspired Leatherface, were
a set of human skinned masks that were found at the crimescene. Let’s ‘face’ it, Ol’ Eddy was the perfect
inspiration for Leatherface. Nightmare on Elm Street That’s right guys, my favorite childhood movie,
was actually inspired by true events. Wes Craven admitted that he got the idea
from a group of 18 Laotian refugees, who actually died in their sleep. Prior to their deaths, these refugees had
moved to America, and sought out doctors regarding a parasite that was living underneath
their skin, as well as an imaginary venereal disease. The cause of death was labeled probable
cardiac arythmia. However, one of the deaths was labeled
Oriental Nightmare Death Syndrome, known today as Sudden Unexpected Death Syndrome. So next time you have a nightmare, remind yourself that it’s not real, or you could find yourself having a nightmare
of Elm street of your own. Thank you for watching that video guys. If you liked it, give us a big thumbs up, and if you really really really
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give us the thumb. SUBSCRIBE!!! I’ll see you next time. BYYEEEE!!!! (Creepy toy box music playing) Ted ‘Pun’dy!!! Nipple Belt ewwwwww I have a apple I have a pen Apple-Pen But I don’t f***ing understand, okay I don’t get a f***ing word you’re
saying to me Becky. Maybe you should try,
to like. F***ing say please. Because I don’t under-f***ing-stand
what the f**k you’re saying to me when you don’t say f***ing please, Becky. What the f**k. That’s right guys, my favorite childhood movie
was actually inspired by true events… Can you say that about your’s? is what it sounds like I’m
trying to say there… Lets… try…. that… again! (elevator music plays)

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