These Famous Death Scenes Will Sure Make You 'Scream'
As we await tonight’s premiere of MTV’s new horror series Scream, we’re taking a moment to look back at some of the best death scenes in pop culture that have made us “scream.”
Whether it’s the most classic death scene of all in the movie Psycho or just an awesome unexpected one like Samuel L. Jackson‘s crazy death in Deep Blue Sea, we always get a little scared while watching these clips.
The new Scream series, based on the beloved film franchise, is sure to give us plenty of death scenes to look back on in the years to come. Here is a synopsis: “What starts as a YouTube video going viral, soon leads to problems for the teenagers of Lakewood and serves as the catalyst for a murder that opens up a window to the town’s troubled past. Everyone has secrets. Everyone tells lies. Everyone is fair game.”
Samuel L. Jackson – Deep Blue Sea
We dare you to not jump when Samuel L. Jackson is eaten by a shark in the middle of his monologue!
Click inside to watch more famous death scenes that will make you scream…
Johnny Depp – A Nightmare on Elm Street
This is one of the most inventive deaths we’ve seen on screen and it is sure to gross you out as well!
Colin Salmon & Others- Resident Evil
Resident Evil is not your typical horror slasher film and there is nothing ordinary about this death scene, which makes it so great. After evading the lasers that kill everyone else in the room, Colin Salmon‘s character meets his demise with the mother of all lasers!
Janet Leigh – Psycho
One of the most famous movie scenes of all time, let alone one of the most famous death scenes, is when Janet Leigh is killed in the shower in Psycho.
Bella Thorne & More – Scream (TV Series)
There are going to be a ton of great death scenes in the new MTV series Scream, starting with Bella Thorne in the pilot episode. With new deaths every week, get ready for even more scares than the film franchise that we all know and love. Get a sneak peek at Bella‘s death scene by watching the first eight minutes of the episode above and tune in TONIGHT (June 30) at 10/9c on MTV for the full episode!