Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Best Villains Ever

Who's the best villain in popular culture?

Voldemort? Hannibal Lechter? Cruella DeVille?

Why do I feel like I might not be spelling any of those names right?

What makes a really great bad-guy?

Only five days until the launch party!

Elie won yesterday's contest. Congrats, Elie! I'll send your shirt out today.

7 comments:

Disgruntled Bear said...

Hannibal Lechter in Silence of the Lambs was delightfully evil. He had FLAIR. In a sick, twisted way, I kinda rooted for him. I never saw the other movie--because I heard about ONE SCENE. If you've seen the movie, I bet you know which one.

Elie said...

Thank you! I am going to try and get creative for my picture.

Elie said...

I almost forgot. For me a true villians is someone you think you can trust, someone who you think has those moments of goodness in their eyes. But then, just when you may begin to have faith in them, they show their true colors and betray you.

Brenda said...

The first time I watched Silence of the Lambs, I was alone in my apartment in Tokyo and I realized that if I prayed that if I was ever in real trouble, the language barrier wouldn't be an issue.

Other notable villains: Wicked Witch of the West, Freddie Kruger and (even though now I know the reason behind it) the guy who shot Old Yeller.

HH said...

I'm partial to Ursula from The Little Mermaid, myself.

Disgruntled Bear said...

Elie - the person in the House of Night series fit your description well (I'm not naming names, since I hate giving spoilers).

Brenda: "What kind of a sick doggy-snuff film is this?!?"
(Phoebe from Friends, on seeing the end of Old Yeller for the first time)

HH: Ursula was deliciously bad. Great example!

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