2016 is now a horror movie

Friend Dog Studios turned 2016 into a horror movie. Considering the number of celebrities we lost, 2016 sucked.


David Bowie
Alan Rickman, 69, villain in the “Harry Potter” saga, “Die Hard”
Dan Haggerty, 74, starred in the film and TV series “The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams,”
Glenn Frey, 67, co-founded the Eagles
Dave Mirra, 41, a legend of BMX racing
Edgar Mitchell, 85, the Apollo 14 astronaut who became the sixth man on the moon
Antonin Scalia, 79, most provocative member of the U.S. Supreme Court
George Gaynes, 89, the bewildered commandant in seven “Police Academy” films
Nancy Reagan, 94, the wife of President Ronald Reagan
Frank Sinatra Jr
Phife Dawg, 45, the lyricist for hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest
Rob Ford, 46, the pugnacious, populist former mayor of Toronto
Joe Garagiola, 90, the former former TODAY anchor and baseball player for the St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs and New York Giants
Merle Haggard, 79, the country giant
Doris Roberts, 90, mother on “Everybody Loves Raymond,”
Morley Safer, 84, the veteran “60 Minutes” correspondent
Muhammad Ali
Kimbo Slice
Ron Lester, 45, aka Billy Bob from Varsity Blues
Anton Yelchin, 27, Chekov in the new “Star Trek” films
Buddy Ryan
Pat Summitt, 64, the winningest coach in Division I college
Gene Wilder, 83, Willy Wonka
José Fernández, 24, the Miami Marlins pitcher
Arnold Palmer, 87, The King
Janet Reno, 78, the first woman to serve as U.S. attorney general
Leonard Cohen, 82, “Hallelujah”
Florence Henderson, 82, mom in the Brady Bunch
John Glenn, 95, the first U.S. astronaut to orbit the Earth
Alan Thicke, 69, the beloved dad on the sitcom “Growing Pains”
Craig Sager, 65, the longtime TNT sports broadcaster
George Michael, 53, “Careless Whisper”
Carrie Fisher, 60, aka Princess Leia