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Cinema’s Greatest Villains: The 1990′s

11 August 2013 3:40 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Villains have always been and will always be some of the most fascinating and memorable characters in the world of genre film.  Here we will take a look at the greatest villains of cinema from the 1990’s.

The criteria for this article is the same as in my previous articles Cinema’s Greatest Villains: The 1970’s and Cinema’s Greatest Villains: The 1980’s: the villains must be from live-action films-no animated features-and must pose some type of direct of indirect lethal threat.  The villains can either be individuals or small groups that act as one unit.

The villains must be human or human in appearance.   Also, individuals that are the central protagonists/antiheroes of their respective films were excluded.

Brad Dourif as The Gemini Killer in The Exorcist III (William Peter Blatty, 1990):  Veteran actor Dourif is intense and unforgettable as an executed murderer inhabiting someone else’s body in »

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Director & Actor Teams: The Overlooked & Underrated (Part 2 of 2)

14 July 2013 2:16 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Following are some supplemental sections featuring notable director & actor teams that did not meet the criteria for the main body of the article.  Some will argue that a number of these should have been included in the primary section but keep in mind that film writing on any level, from the casual to the academic, is a game of knowledge and perception filtered through personal taste.

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Other Notable Director & Actor Teams

This section is devoted to pairings where the duo worked together at least 3 times with the actor in a major role in each feature film, resulting in 1 must-see film.

Terence Young & Sean Connery

Must-See Collaboration:  From Russia with Love (1962).

Other Collaborations:  Action of the Tiger (1957), Dr. No (1962), Thunderball (1965).

Director Young and actor Connery teamed up to create one of the very best Connery-era James Bond films with From Russia with Love which features a great villainous performance by Robert Shaw »

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