Funko Pops are adorable. But they can also be creepy as hell.
Even if you weren't creeped out by these wraiths as a kid, this figure's dead-eyed stare and freaky little mouth is enough give you the heebie-jeebies.
Even if you don’t get the reference, this figure of Barbara from Beetlejuice is still incredibly creepy. Just look at those teeth.
You don’t need special glasses to view the true form of this blue alien masquerading as an ordinary , newspaper-reading citizen.
Released for the 40th anniversary of the film Alien, this Xenomorph figure sports some excellent details, most notably the translucent skin that shows the skull underneath.
There are many creepy iterations of Pennywise the Clown, but this Amazon exclusive figure, which is holding with Charlie’s disembodied arm, is up there.
The Chatterer Cenobite from the Hellraiser films is easily the most unsettling, with its exposed, constantly clicking teeth. This Funko from Hellraiser II captures it in all its unholy glory.
The Wendigo from the criminally underrated Hannibal tv series is silent, striking, and truly unnerving. The Funko Pop version recreates the feeling with bloody elongated fingers, matte black skin, and dead grey eyes.
H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu is one of the most iconic literary horror monsters of all time. Of the versions available, the black and white is a fun nod to the character’s early 20th-century heritage.