• Hannibal Lecter, <i>Silence of the Lambs</i> (1991)
    Hannibal Lecter, Silence of the Lambs (1991)
    VOTE
    Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) might be a cold-blooded killer, but he's also the most civilized mass murderer you'll ever meet. One rude word and he'll take your face home in a doggy bag.
  • Norman Bates, <i>Psycho</i> (1960)
    Norman Bates, Psycho (1960)
    VOTE
    "We all go a little mad sometimes. Haven't you?" Yes, of course we all have. But Norman (Anthony Perkins) has got most of us beat in the shower-stabbing, granny-wig wearing, body-preserving, split-personalities department.
Hannibal Lecter, <i>Silence of the Lambs</i> (1991)
Norman Bates, <i>Psycho</i> (1960)
R.P. McMurphy, <i>One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest</i> (1975)
 J.D., <i>Heathers</i> (1988)
Hedra "Hedy" Carlson, <i>Single White Female</i> (1992)
Peyton Flanders, <i>The Hand That Rocks The Cradle</i> (1992)
Col. Walter E. Kurtz, <i>Apocalypse Now</i> (1979)
Norma Desmond, <i>Sunset Blvd.</i> (1950)
The Narrator, <i>Fight Club</i> (1999)
Donnie Darko, <i>Donnie Darko</i> (2001)
Lisa Rowe, <i>Girl Interrupted</i> (1999)
Jeffrey Goines, <i>12 Monkeys </i>(1995)
Martin Burney, <i>Sleeping With the Enemy</i> (1991)
Ryan Gaerity, <i>Blown Away </i>(1994)
Alex Forrest, <i>Fatal Attraction</i> (1987)
Annie Wilkes, <i>Misery</i> (1990)
  • Round 1
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