Movies have portrayed villains in various ways through the age of Hollywood. The most dangerous of them all have been famed and celebrated yet deeply feared. Here is a list of the ones that are fearsome and rightly so.
#1 Most Dangerous Villain, Sauron – The Dark Lord and Enemy of the free people of Middle Earth
The once noble Maia of the Arda in the universe of Middle Earth created by the brilliant genius, J. R. R. Tolkien, Sauron is the Dark Lord who wishes to rule over the totality of life. Fearsome and powerful, Sauron has unimaginably large armies. Adding to that the fact that this being created the rings of power to control the minds of unsuspecting kings and queens stands to show just how much malice and power this super-villain holds.
Getting into the universe of Tolkien though, he is not the biggest baddie but his screeching pawns may just chase you down at night while you enjoy a drink at the Prancing Pony.
Darth Vader- Sith Lord and villain of the force
The prime antagonist of cult series, Star Wars, this Sith Lord aka Dark Lord aka Darth Vader aka Anakin Skywalker will choke you if you say as much as a word wrong to him. He does not care about much else other than pursuing the mastery of force and creating order throughout the Universe.
Starting out as a kid on the ruins of Tatooine, Darth Vader’s iconic deep breathing voiceover by James Earl Jones is a chilling sound to witness.
This most dangerous villain is not only iconic, but he has also inspired and entertained generations of moviegoers and entertainment addicts. An inspiration to take the road less taken in order to achieve power, his evolution is best defined in a single dialogue.
Fear leads to anger, Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering and suffering to the dark side leads. Yoda said it and the words ring true in the ears of all Star Wars fanatics everywhere.
Hannibal Lecter -The Chesapeake Villain
The psychotic cannibal, Hannibal Lecter is the serial killer, infamous by the name of The Chesapeake reaper. He does not show remorse for what he does nor does he have aversions. High in morals, despite being a serial killer, the unimaginably dark and cold-hearted Hannibal kills those he deems unfit for existing, making him not only gruesomely scary but one of the most dangerous villains in movie and series history.
Though it is not sure what disorder he suffers from, it may be deduced that he has Narcissistic personality disorder. Hannibal Lecter is articulately well cultured and an expert in various fields, including psychology, though he denies any science behind it.
A most dangerous villain, Hannibal always goes after those whom he finds repulsive. This may be caused by the portrayal of poor taste, cruelty, objectionable behaviours. He is overly protective of children, often going after those who harm children in any way. This comes from the fact that his younger sister was murdered and cannibalised in his own house. The death of his sister is probably what led to his obsession with cannibalism.
Bonnie and Clyde- The killer couple
The couple is a literal killer that really existed in America. Bonnie and Clyde were renown as Robin Hoods, the infamous duo was straight-up psychotic. They killed anybody and everybody who came in their way before they were finally made scarecrows with bullets. Bonnie and Clyde are the only real people on the list and if that is not enough to send chills down your spine, what else could be? Most dangerous villains from real-life America is here to give you the chills.
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Joker – Nolan-verse and DC’s clown prince of crime
The clown prince of crime is a twisted maniac who believes that the world is capable of being as bad as him. Joker caters to all sides of his plan, executing his enemies in a flawless manner without a shred of remorse.
Wearing his purple coat and taking pride is his scars, the can really give anybody the creeper jeepers. The joker is one of the most dangerous villains also resigns himself from society and money, burning it at a stake, symbolising the fact that money is a facade to happiness that is unfounded in our world. Although twisted in his ways, he makes a lot of good points that can never be implemented despite holding the capability of changing the world altogether.