What Justice Would The Top Horror Movie Villains Face In Real Life?

film-1296110_640Could you imagine if Jason from the Friday the 13th movies was actually real? What about Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers, or for goodness sakes, Chucky! The last one would be the biggest stretch of the imagination, but there are some real-life vicious criminals out there. Let’s imagine for a moment that Michael Myers is real, and that he’s been arrested and able to be contained.

That’s the problem with theseĀ famous horror movie villains. They never die, and they can never be contained. They just keep coming back. At the end of the movies, there is usually some kind of relief, but they end up wreaking havoc on cities once again, stalking and murdering people. Again, imagine Michael Myers has just been arrested, and this time he is contained. He’s going to stand trial for his charges, and can you imagine what they would be?

While the most recent Michael Myers movies were remakes, he’s been in several, meaning he’s killed dozens of 6db78272f365be1e732e14faac82ba61people. You can either imagine that what happened in the movies happened in real life, or you can just imagine a Michael Myers out there on the street acting similarly. He would certainly be charged with many counts of murder and stalking. For a criminal as vicious as he is, his sentences would be to be served consecutively, and according to Speedy Bail Bonds NJ, which means he would never be offered bail, be remanded before trail and probably never be able get out of prison.

Of course, in some states, he would be facing the death penalty. Considering he’s hard to contain, I think the jury would be more inclined to recommend such a sentence. And then there is Freddy, who gets inside people’s minds. How in the world do you come up with charges for that? Freddy would also escape the death penalty. And, while Jason’s problems may stem from psychiatric issues when he was younger, I’m pretty sure he would also face the death penalty or at least never get out of prison. Here’s a great video that explains all their motivations. Maybe we can understand why things happen: