Power Rankings: Classic Universal Monsters

What's scarier than someone sucking your blood? Especially Lugosi, who nailed the character.
One of the most widely known and intimidating monsters of all time. Frankenstein is a force to be reckoned with.
Wolf Man
“The Wolf Man” is a classic horror monster that gave me nightmares as a kid. Taught me don't get BIT!!!!!
The Mummy gets by on reputation alone, considering that he is thousands of years old and would probably be served well by using a walker.
Mr. Hyde
Mr. Hyde is a less-hairy version of the Wolf Man, yet this character inspired the epithet, “You’re acting like Jekyll and Hyde,” that is frequently used during arguments with someone being hypocritical.
Creature from the Black Lagoon
Living in the Black Lagoon probably means the Creature has little to no access to females or to mirrors, thus justifying his scary appearance. And, of course, when the Creature discovers Julia Adams, she happens to have a jealous boyfriend.
Phantom of the Opera
A classic, and set to the music of the opera is just about as haunting as it gets.
Invisible Man
He’s a creepy man with bandages around his head and goggles over his eyes. That right there is scary enough for me.
Hunchback of Notre Dame
The Hunchback of Notre Dame was scary, but I always felt sorry for him, even though he could be really evil.
Bride of Frankenstein
She either has really cool hair or a wig made out of a skunk. As long as Frankenstein approves, that’s all that matters.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Franklin Lee, Brandon Meyers, Ankur Varma and Christopher Wilson and are sponsored by Panda Express.

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