Poll: Classic Clothing - Movie Villains!
All of these villains are well known and they have a distinctive outfit, and/or items/gadgets that go with them, which of these outfits is the most iconic? Discuss Here Take the hero poll here
Poll by: jamesh5
Created Aug 28 2014
"A Clockwork Orange" Malcolm McDowell 1971 Warner
Alex - Holding his milk in his (nearly) all white outfit, he wears white trousers, white shoes, a white shirt and white braces, but with a black top hat.
Tom Hardy in The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
Bane - Impossible to mistake in his brown, fur collared coat and bullet proof vest. But what really sets him apart is his mask that is designed to relive him of any physical pain.
Beetlejuice - The ghost with the most, rocks his white and black striped suit whilst terrorising the living.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day-Lewis, Liam Carney, David McBlain, and Gary McCormack in Gangs of New York (2002)
Bill 'The Butcher' Cutting - He wears a vibrant outfit, with a huge top hat, red overcoat, plaid trousers and has a terrifying glass eye, that he enjoys playing with.
Sharon Stone and David Wells in Basic Instinct (1992)
Catherine Tramell - Now, she's not a one outfit wonder, but her white dress is as famous as it is infamous, mainly because she forgot to put on her pants (or underwear, but I'm English.)
Michelle Pfeiffer in Batman Returns (1992)
Catwoman - Batman Returns' tight leather cat outfit is probably the most memorable of her movie looks, but I guess anythings better than Halle Berry's Catwoman...
Robert Helpmann in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)
The Child Catcher - He wears an all black under layer, but this panto-villain, keeps his look in jest with his huge flowery hat and bright; yellow, red and blue circus themed cape.
Seed of Chucky (2004)
Chucky - In the picture above he's channeling Alex with his milk, but this crazy doll's normal clothing are dungarees with a blue and red striped t-shirt -- maybe not scary to you or me but he's the terminator of the play school world.
One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
Cruella De Vil - She wears a black dress, red gloves and a luxuriously heinous fur coat created from the coats of her poor animal victims.
James Earl Jones in Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
Darth Vader - His all black outfit, is perfect for a villain as scary as this guy, he owns the mask and cape, along with his red lightsaber.
"Dracula" Helen Chandler, Bela Lugosi 1931 Universal
Dracula - This age old count has had many variations, but has always had a definitive look, a smart suited vampire, dressed in black with his high collared flowing cape.
Dr. Evil - The doctors grey (or in this case) sparkly silver jacket and trouser combination, but Dr. Evil never really looks right without his sidekick; mini-me.
Robert Englund in A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)
Freddy Krueger - He wears a brown fedora, red and green striped jumper, and his signature weapon, his bladed glove.
Douglas Rain in 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
HAL 9000 - He may be a little black box with a small red light, but there's certainly something inherently frightening about the lack of presence.
Anthony Hopkins in The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
Hannibal Lecter - In his least threatening state, chained up and muzzled, Lecter is probably at his scariest, in his prison jump suit there's something deeply unsettling about him.
Hans Conried in Peter Pan (1953)
Captain Hook - He looks like a traditional pirate villain, a grand hat, complete with a feather, he has a red overcoat, white ruffled ascot and let's not forget that hook.
Jonathan Freeman, Gilbert Gottfried, and Hal Smith in Aladdin (1992)
Jafar - He wears a black turban completed with a ruby jewel and feather, he also, like many of the best villains sports a long flowing cape, but the difference with Jafar is that he has a golden staff shaped like a serpent used to hypnotize people.
Kane Hodder in Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)
Jason Voorhes - His main body of clothes is tatty, however the iconic hockey mask which he uses to hide his identity and to create sheer fright among his many victims.
Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight (2008)
The Joker - He has green hair, white face, a painted on smile and a luxurious purple suit. He may be the best dressed Batman villain...
Ricardo Montalban in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)
Khan - His clothes are very difficult to describe, they look as if they've been put together using may different objects...
Tom Hiddleston in The Avengers (2012)
Loki - Set for battle and world domination, Loki wears a mix of leather and golden armour he has his sceptre and he's put his goldie hawns on... Wait... What?
Michael Fassbender in X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
Magneto - He wears his red cape, chest armour and helmet, designed to prevent his mind being read and his schemes predicted by Charles Xavier.
Eleanor Audley and Dal McKennon in Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Maleficent - She wears a purple and and black cape and gown, her weapon is a olden sceptre and her look is made famous with those scary horns.
"Flash Gordon" Charles Middleton circa 1938
Ming the Merciless - He wears luxurious robes, and a star shaped necklace and he has a very tall collar, that sort of looks like a dog cone.
Kevin Peter Hall in Predator (1987)
Predator - Yet another villain in one of the movie's most memorable masks, it wears a fishnet top with bones attached to it, has blades strapped to it's wrist and has a laser canon on it's shoulder.
Tim Curry in It (1990)
Pennywise - A classic looking clown, with a red nose, bushy hair, a white frilly collar and a huge yellow onesie type thing. I've always been scared of clowns!!
Lucille La Verne in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
The Queen - Disney's first animated villain deserves her spot here, she wears her golden crown, an enormous white 'dracula inspired' collar and her purple and black robes.
The Riddler - The riddler is a very strange man and he wears very strange clothes, Carrey's take sees him in a bright green leotard with black question marks printed all over it. Riddle me this, where's the nearest GAP?
Gary Oldman in Léon: The Professional (1994)
Stansfield - He loves his beige suit, he wears it with a plain white shirt and hates it if you shoot him, it'll ruin the suit!
Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Terminator (1984)
The Terminator - Hero, villain... It doesn't matter for this cyborg, leather biker jacket and dark shades are his stalwarts.
Margaret Hamilton in The Wizard of Oz (1939)
The Wicked Witch of the West - She has the classic black pointed witches hat, a black dress, and of course her witches broomstick.
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