In the raunchy comedy Neighbors, Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne learn that the guys next door also happen to be the noisiest fraternity on Earth. Still, they could do worse – they could live next to any of these people.
Vic and Ramona, NEIGHBORS (1981)
When sleazy Vic (Dan Aykroyd) and Ramona (Cathy Moriarty) move next door to meek suburbanite Earl Keese (John Belushi, in his final performance), they turn his life upside down. But are they wicked, or just wicked good fun?
The Klopeks, THE 'BURBS (1989)
Rick Ducommun, Corey Feldman, Tom Hanks and Bruce Dern square off against the mysterious Klopek clan in this underrated black comedy. Something is going on in the Klopeks' basement... but what?
Clark Griswold, NATIONAL LAMPOON'S CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989)
Uptight yuppies Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Nicholas Guest are just trying to go about their lives while their idiot neighbor Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) robs them of any peace with his fuse-blowing, retina-burning Christmas display.
Mrs. Connelly, DUPLEX (2003)
When Alex and Nancy (Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore) buy their New York dream home, it comes with a catch – Mrs. Connelly (Eileen Essell), the elderly tenant upstairs. Don't let the sweet exterior fool you: she's a nightmare.
Abel Turner, LAKEVIEW TERRACE (2008)
Samuel L. Jackson's prejudiced policeman has become Hollywood cinema's definitive "neighbor from hell." And who are we to argue? The things he does to scare off the interracial couple next door are downright criminal.
Carter Hayes, PACIFIC HEIGHTS (1990)
Worst tenant ever. Michael Keaton's sociopath moves into his San Francisco apartment without paying a dime, changes the locks... then things get ugly. Stalking, deceit, identity theft – it's all just a day's work for Carter Hayes.
The Langs, ARLINGTON ROAD (1999)
Oliver and Cheryl Lang (Tim Robbins and Joan Cusack) seem like good people. But Michael Faraday (Jeff Bridges) can't shake the feeling that his new neighbors could also be domestic terrorists. Spoiler alert: He's onto something.
Jack Landsford, SLIVER (1993)
Carly Norris (Sharon Stone) has two creepy neighbors in this 1993 thriller: landlord Zeke Hawkins (William Baldwin) spies on his tenants with hidden cameras, but he's a prince compared to writer Jack Landsford (Tom Berenger).
Colonel Frank Fitts, AMERICAN BEAUTY (1999)
It's safe to say that Col. Frank Fitts (Chris Cooper) has some issues. He's a bully. He's a homophobe. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Let's just say you don't want to catch him in a confused moment on a rainy night.
Lars Thorwald, REAR WINDOW (1954)
Before he became beloved TV attorney Perry Mason, Raymond Burr played the thuggish Lars Thorwald in Alfred Hitchcock's classic suspense thriller. Thorwald's missing wife, a handsaw, and a very large trunk add up to one thing: murder.
Robert Turner, DISTURBIA (2007)
Rear Window's spiritual heir stars Shia LaBeouf as a teenager under house arrest who spies on his neighbors through his binoculars. But this killer neighbor, played by David Morse, doesn't like having his privacy invaded.
Charlie Meadows, BARTON FINK (1991)
In this Coen Brothers classic, Barton Fink (John Turturro) is a 1940s playwright who's come to Hollywood. The hotel where he's staying is also home to a psycho insurance salesman (John Goodman) nicknamed "Madman Mundt."
Jerry Dandridge, FRIGHT NIGHT (1985)
What's worse than living next door to a murderer? Living next door to a vampire! Jerry (Chris Sarandon) is one smooth operator – until his fangs come out. Fright Night was remade in 2011 with Colin Farrell, but we still prefer the original.
The Castavets, ROSEMARY'S BABY (1968)
If you want to talk about neighbors from hell, you can't get more hellish than actual Satan worshippers. Meet Roman and Minnie Castavet (Sidney Blackmer and Oscar winner Ruth Gordon). But don't eat their chocolate mousse.