Check This Out: Pop Chart Lab's Diabolical Diagram of Movie Monsters
Throughout the decades of cinema history, more specifically in the horror and sci-fi genres, there have been countless monsters brought to the big screen to terrorize the people of Earth, and sometimes even people of other planets or deep uncharted space. While many of them can simply be classified as aliens, supernatural forces like ghosts, werewolves, and vampires or various mutated monsters and zombies, there's a lot more to consider when classifying every movie monsters. That's why Pop Chart Lab has created The Diabolical Diagram of Movie Monsters, a web diagram of cinema's popular and obscure creatures. See it below!
Pop Chart Lab's Diabolical Diagram of Movie Monsters via Daily What Geek (click for a huge version):
As you can see the chart breaks the monsters down into larger categories like The Living Dead, Plants and Animals, Werewolves, Vampires, Humans and Humanoids, and then breaks them down into more specific classifications. As you can see Voodoo Zombies, are much different than your Hypnotized Zombies or the average Slow Zombies. The most complicated seems to be Plants and Animals with such a wide variety to choose from for a movie monster. Of course, there's quite a wide variety of Extraterrestrials as well. If this is something that might help you out, you can pick up the poster for $24 over at Pop Chart Lab. Cool?
How come's Cloverfield a Prehistoric creature? o.O
TheGamer X on Oct 26, 2011
I believe JJ Abrams or even Matt Reeves stated in an interview that the Cloverfield monster has been laying dormant in the ocean all this time. According to the ARG/Viral campaign for the film, a Chinese satellite broke apart and a piece actuallylanded in the ocean which disturbed Clovies slumber.
Sethamus on Oct 26, 2011
Oh, I didn't know that... I always thought Clover was an alien creature and that the scene at the end of the movie where you see something fall on the ocean was him coming to earth... But thanks for clarifying!
TheGamer X on Oct 27, 2011
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