3) The Joker “The Dark Knight” (2008)
The Dark Knight is a superhero thriller film directed by Christopher Nolan. It features the DC Comics character, Batman. He even sees himself as Batman’s boil, he knows it he revels in being his villain and with a complex character to fantastic acting.
4) Harry Powell from “The Night of the Hunter” (1955)
The Night of the Hunter is a horror film directed by Charles Laughton. The movie revolves around a bogus preacher who marries a widow in search of the man’s hidden loot. The widow’s children are reluctant to divulge details of their father’s money that he’d stolen in a robbery. Harry Powell combines child abuse with a smug sense of righteousness and the thinnest veneer of likeability. We want to smash on his dumb face which why he is considered as one of the best villains.
5) Frank Booth from “Blue Velvet” (1986)
Blue Velvet is a mystery crime film, written and directed by David Lynch. Frank Booth’s sexual deviance is incredibly disturbing to watch, there is some weird voice and stuff going on at some deep it levels with.