Who is the most popular horror movie villain?

Who is the most popular horror movie villain?

Here are the scariest horror movie villains to terrorize the big screen/serve as your Halloween costume vision board.

  • Pelle, Midsommar.
  • Ghostface, Scream.
  • The Xenomorph, Alien.
  • Michael Myers, Halloween.
  • The Entity, It Follows.
  • Mister Babadook, The Babadook. IFC.
  • The Nun, The Nun. Warner Bros.
  • Black Phillip, The Witch. A24.

Which horror movie villain has the most kills?

Jason Voorhees
Body count

Serial killer Victims (average)
1 Jason Voorhees 157 (13.08)
2 Michael Myers 121 (11.00)
3 Jigsaw 91 (11.37)
4 Chucky 74 (9.25)

Who is the scariest horror character?

Scariest movie characters for Halloween

  • Ghostface (“Scream”)
  • Jason Voorhees (“Friday the 13th”)
  • Freddy Krueger (“A Nightmare on Elm Street”)
  • Michael Myers (“Halloween”)
  • The Shark (“Jaws”)
  • Norman Bates (“Psycho”)
  • Hannibal Lecter (“The Silence of the Lambs”)
  • Regan MacNeil (“The Exorcist”)

Who is the strongest horror killer?

Take a look at these updated rankings of the brilliant bad guys out there.

  • 13 Pinhead – Hellraiser.
  • 14 Pazuzu – The Exorcist.
  • 15 Michael – Halloween.
  • 16 Leatherface – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
  • 17 Ghostface – Scream Franchise.
  • 18 Jigsaw – Saw Franchise.
  • 19 Annie Wilkes – Misery.
  • 20 Hannibal Lecter – The Silence of the Lambs.

Who is the scariest slasher villain?

Top 15 Slasher Villains, Ranked By Likability

  1. 1 Norman Bates (The Psycho Franchise)
  2. 2 Jason Voorhees (The Friday the 13th Franchise)
  3. 3 Candyman, or Daniel Robitaille (The Candyman Franchise)
  4. 4 Pamela Voorhees (Friday the 13th)
  5. 5 Chucky, or Charles Lee Ray (The Child’s Play Franchise)

Are there any villains that are really bad?

We have to say: these well-known “villains” might not have been quite as bad as they’ve been made out to be (maybe we’re pushing it with Leatherface, though). For the most part, we’re not supposed to root for the bad guys.

Are there any villains that are cooler than the good guy?

Sometimes there’s the odd exception whereby a villain is far cooler than the good guy and we can’t help but love them: The Joker springs to mind.

Can you make a villain out of Tony Stark?

Admittedly, as Tony Stark is a Semi-Reformed Jackass™, it’s a very convenient way to craft a villain with an understandable grudge against Stark and Stark affiliates.

Why do so many villains have dependents?

A lot of villains have dependents—partners/spouses, kids, employees—whom they care about. Sometimes they can’t take care of those they care about and be law-abiding citizens at the same time. Sometimes, in this scenario, they don’t choose to respect the law.