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Top 10: Movie and TV Villains

1. THE JOKER (Heath Ledger of Batman:The Dark Knight)

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The late Heath Ledger’s take on Jack Nicholson’s previous Joker was one hell of a magnificent and out-of-this-world performance leaving the exiting audience paled-face and rattled. Joker broke boundaries as he had not only upstaged other villains for the matter but even upstaged Batman himself, in his own movie! Joker doesn’t care about money or any personal gain but only uses his twisted and malevolent wit to cause havoc and obliteration in the whole city.  Joker, as well as his twisted and sinister trademark line “Why so Serious?”, will forever be imprinted into the audiences’ memories and in our nightmares.

MOST EVIL MOMENT: The Joker walks out limping of a hospital that he had just blown up into pieces, disturbingly dressed as a nurse.

2. REGINA GEORGE (Rachel McAdams of Mean Girls)

Our resident hated yet much admired backstabbing slut of a Queen Bee, Regina George! The Clique Leader of “The Plastics”, she created a monster out of the naive and perfectly nice Cady Heron. Though the meanest girl in school, she has every boy and student in their school wrapped around her finger.


Regina: Oh my God, I love your skirt! Where did you get it?
Lea Edwards: It was my mom’s in the ’80s.
Regina: Vintage, so adorable.
Lea Edwards: Thanks.
Regina: [after girl walks away] That is the ugliest f-ing skirt I’ve ever seen.


3. SYLAR (Zachary Quinto of Heroes)


Sylar, every hero’s villain. This serial killer hunts down humans who have evolved and possess different abilities to acquire them. Our modern version of Hannibal, without him eating the brain, he leaves his victims with a sliced up forehead after he delves into their brains to acquire their abilities. The most powerful of all villains known to mankind having the ability to move things with his mind, manipulate sound and electricity as well as shape shift and worse, regenerate from every blow he takes.

MOST EVIL MOMENT:  “Before the night is over, I’m going to prove to you, one by one, that you’re all monsters, exactly like me.” – Sylar (Episode: Dual)

4. DARTH VADER (David Prowse of the Star Wars Saga)

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Aaah, the iconic and archetypal villain of our century. He spearheads the rise of villains with his trademark heavy breathing, all-black outfit and scary looking mask has stuck into our consciousness and made him synonymous to evil.

MOST EVIL MOMENT: He ruthlessly kills his disowned close friend and mentor Obi Wan Kenobi in a lightsaber duel.

5. HANNIBAL LECTER (Anthony Hopkins of The Silence of the Lambs)

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Who could ever forget the world’s greatest and most terrifying cannibalistic serial killer? This sadistic killer hides behind a controlled demeanour. His trademark facemark and smooth calm voice still sends chills and memories of torture years after.

MOST EVIL MOMENT: Hannibal Lecter: [on telephone] I do wish we could chat longer, but… I’m having an old friend for dinner. Bye.

6. MIRANDA PRIESTLY (Meryl Streep of The Devil Wears Prada)

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All hail, the boss from Hell. This powerful size-zero of an editor-in-chief of Runway, the bible of fashion, epitomizes the devil in heels. Manipulative, cruel and deceitful, she scares us all with her trademark cold voice and shrewd personality. This ice queen makes her every assistant experience living hell in their workplace as she shatters their self-esteem through merciless comments about their physical appearance which weighs more than their intellect or talent and almost impossible tasks she gives them. But as they say, “A million girls would kill for this job.”  That’s all.

MOST EVIL MOMENT: Miranda looks at Andrea, who is wearing a hideous outfit, from head to toe and finishes it off with the trademark cold voice “That’s all”.

7. AGENT SMITH (Hugo Weaving of The Matrix)


The suit. The shades. The snide smirk. This cyber villain and his numerous clones are driven by ambition and strict loyalty to the system.  He surely make Neo’s life a virtual hell.

MOST EVIL MOMENT: Agent Smith: I’m going to enjoy watching you die, Mr. Anderson.


8. GOLLUM (Andy Serkis of The Lord of the Rings Trilogy)


One of the most hideous characters made available on screen, this creature is searching for the ring that he considers his’ precious. Scheming and sharp, he would do anything to acquire the ring again and no little fat hobbit would stop him.

MOST EVIL MOMENT: Myyyyy PRECIOUSSS (with bulging eyes)




9. SADAKO (Inou Rie of Ring 1998)


Who doesn’t get creeped out by the disturbing girl who doesn’t only show up on screen but also threatens to crawl out of the tv screen? The Ring became a sensation because of Sadako and her lethal tape. Hands down, scariest child villain ever.

MOST EVIL MOMENT: The moment she comes out of the tv screen looking all creepy.

10. ANTON CHIGURH (Javier Bardem of No Country for Old Men)

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Even though, he has the strangest haircut of all villains, this hitman is pure evil. This man doesn’t feel guilt when he kills nor asks questions. You better not get in his way or he will kill you, only way you can survive is the 50-50 chance of a coin toss that he does to decide on his victim’s fortunes.

MOST EVIL MOMENT: Every single time he pulls the trigger and there is no single trace of guilt or even any emotion etched on his face.


MAGNETO (Ian McKellen of X-Men), JIGSAW KILLER (Tobin Bell of Saw) and DEADPOOL (Ryan Reynolds of X-Men Origins: Wolverine)


2 Responses to “Top 10: Movie and TV Villains”

  1. Arguably the worst list I’ve ever seen in my life.

  2. are u kidding me?? regina george?!?! u put a slut as number 2, and a cannibal for number 5?? and her evil moment isnt evil, it’s just being a bitch. ur freaking stupid!

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