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So are we not making a distinction between "creatures" and "animals"? Because I do feel like that is actually important.arguably, Arachnophobia.
I would say working in tandem. As a comparison/contrast I am thinking of a group of Dragon Quest slimes merging into a King Slime - which is not what the Crites did.Hmm, does the Critterball count as one monster or many monsters working in tandem?
It's why I said arguably.So are we not making a distinction between "creatures" and "animals"? Because I do feel like that is actually important.
Note the little monsters in Little Monsters are regular sized monsters.It’s not a perfect rule; Small Soldiers are undeniably Small Monsters but they’re completely goal oriented, and Beetlejuice is driven entirely by his ID, but nobody would call him a Little Monster
I feel like the small monster genre doesn't begin and end with Gremlins but it is hugely informed by the film, which is marked by a horde of monsters. But I feel like there are cases where it isn't the case, like killer doll movies. Note this doesn't include all killer dolls; I feel like the small monsters need to be able to be physical rather than simply a threat. So Annabelle and Talky Tina is no while Chucky and the Zuni Fetish Doll are yes.Does the plural matter? Is having just one "small monster" OK or do you need to have at least several of them (i.e. more than 2)?