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Top 20 Silent Hill creatures
20Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories

The only monsters in SM, anthropomorphic creatures chasing you and morphing regarding your game choices and behaviors
19Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 2

One of the most well known creature from the franchise. Disfigured promiscuous nurses that combines James sexual repression and Mary's hospitalization
18Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill Sounds Box

A twitching figure that stares and chases you throughout the whole demo and a deformed crying fetus in the sink
17Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill Homecoming

Homecoming did many things wrong but nailed perfectly the creatures. Needlers are anthropomorphic spider figures with long blades for arms and the head beneath the genitals simulating a childbirth
16Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill Homecoming

Similar to the NEEDLER but more twisted, the final boss of homecoming represent death by drowning, the iron limbs, bloated stomach, mechanical face and multiple breasts makes it uncomfortable to watch
15Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill Origins

Travis mother through the eyes of an abused child. A creepy cadaver woman frozen in a terrified scream and trapped inside a glass bell
14Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 3

According to Lovecraft there's nothing scarier than what we don't know, and I bet neither the developers knew what the fuck was that. An almost abstract contorted figure that can be defeated searching for some pages telling a tale about a monster.
13Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 2

Representative of sexual obsession and sickness, these figures looks like they're suffering through pains of hell. An high heels creature with a sort of flesh straight jacket, puking mouth and a female butt.
12Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 3

These tall feminine creatures with vaginas on limbs and face represent an abusive mother and sick fertility.
11Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 3

Basically a sort of evil Megatron that switches Heather from silent hill to the otherworld turning valves. It appears even during game overs taking her body away, in fact this creature doesn't try to kill you, instead it escorts the girl through the end of her journey to complete the ritual
10Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill

The first creatures appearing in the first game in one of the scariest moments of the entire franchise. These deformed children represent the bullying Alessa went through during elementary years
9Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 2

A distorted version of James wife trapped in an iron bed. This boss is not so scary for it's design but after you managed to know her character throughout the game you'll feel sorry to fight her, a powerful meaning and depressing concept.
8Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 4: The Room

A symbol of Henry's voyeurism. After peeping Eileen through a hole Henry will find a giant distorted and disfigured imitation of his neighbor constantly watching him with unnatural moving eyes while panting in a erotic voice. One of the most wtf moments of the entire series
7Daniel Licht
Silent Hill: Downpour Original Soundtrack

A deformed sick looking figure trapped in a wheelchair that follows Murphy throughout the whole game, when you'll discover his true symbolism you will almost feel bad for this haunting creature.
6Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill Homecoming

A sort of human centipede composed of female body parts, sexual attributes and several arms. It's almost unnerving to look at her, she represents death by suffocation, so she's defeated by taking away the hands from her mouth making her breathe.
5Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill Homecoming

One of the best boss battles of the whole series, changing shape through the battle from a giant nightmarish doll to a spider-like creature, appears in one of the most theatrical scenes of the series. She represents death by dismemberment of a girl that loved to play with dolls.
4Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 3

The incarnation of a God after it's fetus is eaten by a woman. It represents a combination of Alessa somatic features, a distorted version of how Claudia imagined the Idol and a malformed unnatural figure due to Heather's hatred towards her.
3Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 4: The Room

Still remember the moment this thing appeared before me. A dirty siamese twin figure walking on giant arms which points at you in a inquisitive way representing two children murdered by Walter Sullivan. Creepy as hell
2Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 2

One of the most disturbing stuffs ever. A creature that incarnate abuse and incest through a sort of walking bed structure with two morphing surreal figures conjoined in a sex intercurse, the female lamenting mouth and the obnoxious environment makes this encounter even scarier
1Akira Yamaoka
Silent Hill 2

Sexually abusing and torturing other creatures, following and psychologically torturing James throughout his journey, this pyramid face looking butcher represent what the protagonist hates most of his personality, a tormentor that makes him pay for all his faults. The way he calmly approaches you, the unnatural gestures he makes to orientate with seniority hands and the symbolism behind this monsters are just sublime. The final battle against the two pyramid head is out of this world.
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