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It's good to be bad. Get inside these villains' heads and learn what drives them to do the dastardly things they do.
A supervillain with an underground lair of minions, he is best known for stealing the moon. But to his kids, he’s just someone who puts on a princess dress at birthday parties.
He’s the supervillain with the bulbous blue head. When he finally beats the good guy, he realizes, “What's the point of being bad when there's no one good to try and stop you?”
Christian Bale is a wealthy investment banker who lives a secret life as a serial killer. Hey, even the privileged need hobbies, too.
Charlize Theron delivers a harrowing performance in the true story of a prostitute turned serial killer. Also known as every man’s worst nightmare.
Michael Landon is a troubled teenager who loses his temper… and grows fur and fangs. Hey, adolescence is harder on some than others.
Johnny Depp is the mad barber-slash-serial killer who murders his customers, then serves them up in meat pies. Human: The Other White Meat.
A writer takes a caretaker job at an isolated hotel where he succumbs to madness and tries to murder his wife and son. Now that’s a bad case of cabin fever.
He does drugs! He cavorts with prostitutes! He takes advantage of underage girls! Before TV was glutted with antiheroes, this guy paved the way.
Liam Neeson is a brilliant scientist turned superhero burned alive and left for dead. His life’s mission now: to seek revenge on those who made this “monster with the soul of a man.”
Otherwise known as that disturbing film where Robert DeNiro plays a taxi driver turned vigilante who asks the rhetorical question, “You talkin’ to me?”
In this cult horror flick, a medical student brings the dead back to life. The movie is known for its extreme gore, which is not surprising when you’re dealing with corpses on a rampage.
As Count Dracula, Gary Oldman has garishly long fingernails, rotten teeth and an embarrassing updo. Yes, there was a time when vampires weren’t all brooding and sexy.
A couple who dream of opening a restaurant do the next best thing – kill strangers and eat them. Bon Appétit!
John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson star as career criminals in Quentin Tarantino’s huge 1994 hit. And we do mean “hit.”
This 1978 slasher horror flick was criticized for allowing viewers to identify with its serial killer villain. And his need to wear a modified Captain Kirk mask.