The 15 Horror Franchises with the Most Creative Kill

These 15 horror flick franchises have given the big screen the most creative kills. 

In this piece, we'll be taking you through some horror franchises – by which we mean movies with multiple installments in their series – that are more creative with their death scenes.

15 Horror Franchises with the Most Creative Kills

The very concept of the Final Destination franchise allows for its deaths to be overly elaborate. The movies revolve around a small group of people who use foreboding visions to avoid impending death.

1. Final Destination (2000-2011)

They then get picked off in the order they would have died by an unseen force that makes their deaths look like accidents – and there have been some incredibly inventive death scenes in the five movies.

Another franchise concept that lends itself perfectly to creative kills is A Nightmare on Elm Street. It's about Freddy Krueger – a child abuser who, after his suspicious death, came back to haunt the youngsters of Elm Street in the dream world.

2. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984-2011)

The Saw franchise is mainly about John Kramer – a serial killer. He traps his sinning victims in situations that he calls “tests” or “games” to test their will to live via physical or psychological torture.

3. Saw  (2004-2021)

If they survive, Kramer believes his victims will be “rehabilitated.” The deadly “tests” and “games” are other concepts that enable some natural creativity.

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