The Fifteen Most Evil Film Villains

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“ The deranged priest who chases two children down a river with the intent to murder them for their father's money in The Night of the Hunter. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The power-hungry she-demon who rules the ward in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The wolf in sheep's clothing in Chinatown. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The Deranged kidnapper/murderer/rapist from Lynch's classic Blue Velvet who is simply an all around maniacal villain without a single redeaming quality. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ Creepy, flamboyant, and evil to no end, this guy thinks nothing of leading a gang to harass a blind woman in the middle of the night in Wait Until Dark. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The mentally unbalanced, drug addicted crooked cop in Leon: The Professional. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The oil tycoon who steadily descends into wickedness and insanity in There Will be Blood. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The tall, dark and eerie hit-man chasing the protagonist and two million dollars in No Country for Old Men. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ He's cruel, he's evil and he loves catching people in the act in Inglorious Bastards. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ A chilling, violent and cruel assassin as played by Henry Fonda in Leone's epic western, Frank imbodies all the opposites of a traditional Fonda character. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The mysterious leader of a drug racket in The Third Man. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The sociopath teenager who just can't understand what's wrong with murder and rape in A Clockwork Orange. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The sneaky, generally wicked one-eyed second-in-command to Bill in Kill Bill, Vols 1 & 2. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The treacherous femme fatale who proves deadly in The Lady from Shanghai. ” - aaronlromano
 
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“ The infamous rapist who destroys the mind of his sister-in-law in A Streetcar Named Desire ” - aaronlromano