50 Weirdest Movie Fan Fiction Stories

Heathers (1988)

The Original: Veronica (Winona Ryder) and J.D. (Christian Slater) take down the high school glitterati.

Fan Version: J.D. returns to torment Veronica in Que Sera Sera.

Most Disturbing Quote: "Dear Diary,

"My ex-boyfriend has come back from Hell to make my life a living one.
I don't know what to do. I've made a complete ass out of myself in front of the
whole school, and now everyone thinks I'm a total nutcase. J.D.'s everywhere I
go. He won't leave me alone. He's not just some grotesque product of my guilt-
ridden mind; yet at the same time, I'm the only one who sees him! Is he a
ghost? A demon? Satan himself?

Never Back Down (2008)

The Original: Jane (Sean Faris) starts at a new high school where an underground fight club pits him against knuckle-bruiser Ryan (Cam Gigandet)

Fan Version: Tunnel Vision, in which Ryan’s love of fighting turns into a love of fighting… during sex. Uh-oh.

Most Disturbing Quote : It makes Ryan feel bold and careless.

He tugs down his own zipper and hisses a sharp breath as cool air touches his heated, sensitized skin. Ryan pumps himself a few times, the familiar slide of calluses over soft, silky skin, until he's fully hard, then lets go of himself so he can lift up Jake's knees, curling Jake's spine into an uncomfortable arch that puts almost all of Jake's weight onto the back of his neck, constricting his windpipe and making it harder to breathe.

Friday The 13th (1980)

The Original: Schlocky slasher flick in which teenage camp counsellors are offed in bloody fashion.

Fan Version: Hellboy Vs Jason . The Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense is sent to Crystal Lake to take on Jason Voorhees.

Most Disturbing Quote: Jason raised the hilt of the machete, looking with curiosity at the jagged remnant of its blade. Then he turned to his new foe.

The creature was tall, even taller than Jason, with bright red skin and a long, chiseled face. It wore a beige trenchcoat and was looking at Jason with a grim expression. Its right hand was huge and appeared to be made from stone; this was what his machete had shattered against.

The other hand was pointing a rather large gun directly at Jason.

"Sorry, pal," the creature said, "but it looks like you brought a knife to a gun fight."

Speed Racer (2008)

The Original: Bright-coloured CGI Anime adap from the directors of The Matrix.

Fan Version: The Need For Speed , aka what one guy “originally thought the Speed Racer Movie was about after I read a synopsis”.

Most Disturbing Quote: Speed Racer's name is Roy. Speedracer is his surname.

Percy Jackson And The Lightning Thief (2010)

The Original: Percy Jackson (Logan Lerman) discovers that he’s descended from the Greek Gods.

Fan Version: A crossover with American Pie , in which the residents of Camp Half-Blood have a reunion

Most Disturbing Quote: The scarred son of Hermes maneuvered his way to their table, "You guys didn't tell me we were having that reunion thing this week!" he got Percy in a headlock.

"Hey, Luke." he said looking happier than he actually was.

"Yo, waitress, how 'bout some shots for me and my friends?"

Real Genius (1985)

The Original: Nerdy good-times with science genius Chris (Val Kilmer) and Mitch (Gabriel Jarret).

Fan Version: Lead Me On , in which the two guys realise they have funny feelings for each other.

Most Disturbing Quote: "Does that make me gay?" Mitch says, his voice dropping off in a note of horror. "Oh, my God. I can't be, can I? My mother's going to kill me!"

Chris clears his throat. "If occasionally straying from the course of heterosexuality makes you gay, Mitch, then I am a flaming homo -- a flamingo, if you will. But that's a story for another night." He waves the waiter over.

Hocus Pocus (1993)

The Original: A virgin lights the black candle, unleashing three witches known as the Sanderson sisters.

Fan Version: The Sanderson sisters are brought back from the dead – by Frodo.

Most Disturbing Quote: "Let's barbeque and fillet them, Winifred," cried Mary, with a hungry look across her face.

"Sarah, Mary, let me handle these… children," said Winifred, approaching the four hobbits with a hungry, disgusted look in her eyes. Turning to Frodo, Winifred extended a hand towards him, "Give me that book."

Frodo shook his head. "No."

Pitch Perfect (2012)

The Original: Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson unleash their vocal chords.

Fan Version: Kendrick’s character, Beca, finds herself in the Hunger Games…

Most Disturbing Quote: I wake up screaming in bed drenched in sweat. It's routine now. I take a minute to catch my breath and look around. This happens every single fucking time I wake up, since I've left 6, and I forget where I am sometimes. It's scary, but I know how to remind myself of where I am. "My name is Beca Mitchell. I am 17 years old. My home is District 6. I am a tribute in the 68th Annual Hunger Games."

Piranha 3DD (2012)

The Original: Busty sequel to Piranha 3D . There are killer fish.

Fan Version: A non-fan’s own version of the story, which involves “more gore, less comedy but some comedy with different flow of the story”.

Most Disturbing Quote: "MO, MO?!" Clayton calls out as he goes around his boat, suddenly, Mo resurfaces but his face is missing an eyeball, lips are torn apart and both of his ears are gone.

"AAH!" Clayton screams

Fast Times At Ridgemont High (1982)

The Original: High school hi-jinks starring a young Sean Penn as scene-stealing Jeff Spicoli.

Fan Version: Fast Times Of Jeff Spicoli , a sequel in which Spicoli “faces an uncertain future”.

Most Disturbing Quote: Jeff Spicoli was surfing by the California beach. He had just graduated from Ridgemont High. He did not have a worry in the world. There was someone else in the water who had a worry.

"Help! I'm drowning!"

It was a woman's voice. He moved his board over to where he heard the voice. It sounded somewhat familiar. He pulled the woman out of the water and onto his board. Now he recognized her.

"No way! You're Brooke Shields!"

Josh Winning has worn a lot of hats over the years. Contributing Editor at Total Film, writer for SFX, and senior film writer at the Radio Times. Josh has also penned a novel about mysteries and monsters, is the co-host of a movie podcast, and has a library of pretty phenomenal stories from visiting some of the biggest TV and film sets in the world. He would also like you to know that he "lives for cat videos..." Don't we all, Josh. Don't we all.