“I don't get paid anything for this”

Films: The Refrigerator (1991)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average refrigerator.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Just...anything can be an evil object that kills. I'm convinced, people will go to any length to make any bit of furniture sound like the worst thing ever. Still, at least they can try and be creative. We'll give them that much.

History: There's a shockingly cheap apartment room in New York, and a couple has recently bought it. It sounds like a good deal...but no one told them about the refrigerator. This thing is actually possessed by Satan himself, and kills whenever it is disturbed. At first, it just shows the two terrifying visions before driving them to madness and threatening to kill them and everyone they know.

Notable Kills: It's a fridge. That moves on its own. And is capable of possession. Need we say more?

Final Fate: After the refrigerator leads an assault on everyone in the apartment, the local plumber ends it all by tying the fridge's mouth shut. It all seems over...but then another couple shows interest in the place...

Powers/Abilities: The refrigerator can show horrific imagery within itself, move by its own volition, and possess any appliance.

Weakness: If it's doors are shut, it can't do anything.

Scariness Factor: 3-We're embarrassed to admit it, but a moving, sapient fridge that can make your forks and knives come after you is pretty frightening. Just imagine those doors slamming against you over and over as it drags you into its Hellish maw. Still, if someone were to toss that thing into a landfill, we'd probably have a better time.

Trivia: -In spite of its cheapness, this film took about four years to finish!

-Like a lot of unrated dreck, this film was not shown to the MPAA, and therefore fell into obscurity.


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You're dying. This is no time for puns.
200 is still expensive to me, so who am I to talk?
You wanna get a midnight snack and a portal to Hell suddenly opens up.


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