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Favourite Horror Villians

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  1. Canadian_Super_Patriot

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    I've always liked Mike myers from halloween cause of the mystery and determination of the character.

    Freddie seems rather nasty and kills people in their dreams, which is cool and unique, lol

    My favourite, however has to be pinhead from the Hellraiser series. He shows an intellegence that somewhat lacks in other villans, can be bargained with, and he looks more demonic.
     
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    just remove a shoe and whack him anywhere on the head or face with it , he would be toast .

    seems to me , brits make the best movie villains , antony hopkins as lector ,peter cushing as dracula ,tim roth as the toff in rob roy ...
     
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    Well, Christopher Walken is American. But on the other hand, Gary Oldman is British...
     
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    Brian Cox was the original Lector. Genuinely scary.
    I always thought that Hopkins was a little OTT in that role, and subsequently could not be taken quite as seriously.
     
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    Funniest thing I've read in Months!!!!! :D :D :D :grin: :grin: :grin:

    Thanks.
     
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    Bela Lugusi as Dracula.

    :eek:
     
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    Mr Barlow in Salem's lot was apretty good Vampire too.
     
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    Michael Meyers is certainly one of my favorites too, but we mustn't forget Leatherface or Jason Vorhees either.
     
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    You unjustly forgot Chrestopher Lee, the most iconic count Dracula ever.
     
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    Christopher Lee was indeed a great Dracula. He was also "Fu Manchu" If my memory serves me correctly.
     
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    occidentals with their eyelids taped back always strike me as rather comical asian villains .id forgotten ... christopher lee was a great vampire in all those hammersmith ? , hammerstone ? british productions featuring buxom farmgirls and gentlewomen with plungeing necklines and acres of creamy clevege .to hell with camrine diaz and wynonna ryder , give me a busty hammersmith studios tavern wentch any time ! muah ha ha ha ..
     
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    Now you're talking!! :wink: :D
     

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