Creepypasta has been around since around 2008, and the term is defined as paranormal and “creepy” horror fiction. Although Creepypasta has been around for 23 years, the only significant presence in the mainstream media comes in Sylvain White’s Slender Man, released in 2008 – 10 years after Creepypasta was first introduced.
Creepypasta’s other notable stories have inspired novels and shorts, but there’s nothing specific about showing movie stories. Even the most famous creepy paste is limited to the internet, which has lost opportunities to satisfy a large audience. Here are just a handful of creepypasta rumors worth following in Slender Man’s footsteps.
Smile Dog offers a beautiful story
The exact origin of Smile Dog (also known as smile.jpg) is unknown. Still, it is said to have first appeared on the website of the anonymous bulletin board called “4chan in 2008”. According to legend, this one is famous (pictured above) and has a reputation for driving them insane.
Rewriting the legend of Smile Dog as a feature film can lead to results similar to those in The Exorcist (1973). According to reports, viewers ran outside and screamed during the movie. While flying threads and the fear of cheap sweaters can scare an entire generation, it seems plausible that a film adaptation of Smile Dog would be hugely popular, especially since its base is so long that it’s true.
Drowned BEN is a beautiful Zelda color legend
Next to Slender Man, perhaps the most famous of these is the complex story of BEN Drowned. It was created by Alex Hall, also known as “Jadusable,” and revolves around the Nintendo 2000 video game, The Legend of Zelda: Mask Majora.
As the story progresses, within a week, Jadusable is plagued by the presence of an almighty person named BEN after purchasing haunted Nintendo 64 video game cartridges from Mask Majora. A mysterious cult called Moon Children, who worshiped the moon through human sacrifice, killed BEN drowning. BEN is probably a tormented soul trapped in a Majora mask. Most importantly, BEN Drowned should get a film adaptation – or even a feature film trilogy – just for the script’s depth. The three-part web series has so much to unpack that it can cover hours of digital content.
Jeff, the Killer, turns on the fictional serial killer
Like Slender Man and Ben Drowned, Jeff The Killer is an iconic creepypasta who focuses on his eponymous villainous character. This teenager loses his mind and becomes a serial killer to fulfill his murderous desires. All one knows about Jeff is that he was disfigured after being set on fire by a gang of gangsters. Jeff is said to have broken his mind shortly after. He met his parents, and the conversation woke his brother Liu. As Jeff tried to stab the knife into his body, he recited his memorable phrase: “Go to sleep.”
There are serial killers in pretty much every horror movie out there, so the portrayal of Jeff The Killer could not be more absurd than bringing the Joker to life, which has proven very challenging and thriving in the world.
The expressionless gives goosebumps
The Expressionless takes place in June 1972 and refers to a woman who showed up at Cedar Senai Hospital wearing only a blood-stained white dress. It looked like a lifeless object like a dummy, but it possessed human skill and versatility. He had a kitten lying in his jaws. He pulled it out, threw it aside, and fell. After a few attempts at treatment, he quarrels with the nursing staff every time. When the doctor came, he tried to relieve her.
He smiled, but his teeth were not human; they were a little more demonic. The doctor screamed and asked, “What are you?” She replied, “I am … God.” The only survivor of the accident, a doctor, remembers the last scene when he saw the anonymous woman eating the guards one by one. He called it “The Unexpression.”
If horror lovers want to control a story, Expressionless would be pretty scary and intimidating if it was ever included in a feature film script.
Sonic.EXE combines horror and video game icon
Sonic.EXE’s childhood ruined anyone who came across its bloody history. Based on a modified image of the character, Sonic.EXE is a supernatural in the form of Sonic the Hedgehog, who throws a haunted game disc with the creature that kills Sonic’s main characters. Participating in pre-programmed gameplay seals the player’s fate, and Sonic.EXE eventually tears the victim’s soul apart and makes him his slave.
There is nothing eerier than SEGA’s face, which is transformed into a demon-sounding soul. While R (for apparent reasons) should be rated R by Sonic.EXE, the concept could unite Sonic The Hedgehog fans and horror lovers.
The Russian sleep experience is a well-known story
The Russian sleep experience is now the basis of countless novels and short stories that some consider the most fantastic creepypasta story ever. It tells the story of five subjects subjected to an experimental sleep-suppressing stimulus in a Soviet-era scientific experiment. Their results are comparable to that of cannibals or wendigos.
Suppose Supermassive Games Until Dawn’s interactive video games can be human-like creatures with an insatiable hunger for human flesh. In that case, any film production company can have self-respect. It would be a potential waste not to get the most out of this worrying situation with such a good reputation.