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Disney Villains obviously get a bad rep because they’re evil villains who do terrible things, but when you look past those things, they’re still people. Just because the villains are evil doesn’t necessarily mean they’re not looking to settle down with someone, you know? (I mean, it probably does, but go with it.) More
From villains to princesses to fairies, these are the all-time best Disney characters. More
Have you ever rooted for the villain in a movie? Disney’s evil queens scared the crap out of me when I was a kid (true story: my first movie was Sleeping Beauty and I lost my shit and had to be removed in the first ten minutes), but now that I’m older and no longer threatened by strong female characters and loud noises, I think they’re kind of bad ass. I mean, who sounds more interesting: a dim bulb of a girl who keeps letting strangers into her house and using the poisoned things they give her, or a seasoned sorceress who knows how to make weapons and has probably fucked a lot of people?
In honor of this fact, artist Justin Turrentine has created a series of prints depicting what the endings of Disney movies would look like, had the woman-hating animators allowed the villains to achieve their goals. Spoiler alert: the villains look very happy More
It’s a hard life, being a movie villain. You have few benefits, you’re misunderstood, and you rarely live to see old age. Then again, maybe you wouldn’t want to? Photographer Federico Chiesa and effects artist Carolina Trotta recently teamed up to show us what various cinematic bad guys would look like if they lived to be old enough to need a nursing home, and the results are both sad and amusing. Die young and leave a good looking corpse, villains. More
Remember when, in Annie Hall, Woody Allen pointed out that even though you were supposed to love Snow White, he was always in love with The Evil Queen? Woody Allen knew what he was on about. Since we’ve established that loving a Disney princess indicates that you’re a hopeless neurotic, we figured we should come at this from the other side. Here’s what your favorite Disney villain says about how cool you are. More
Look, a lot of people see Freddy Krueger or Carrie or any horror movie villain and think “I am frightened!” or “what happened to these people’s faces?” or “I AM FUCKING TERRIFIED RIGHT NOW.” We see them and think “what good accessories they have!” Because in addition to being fashion and style experts, we are psychopaths. Here are some great ways to get their best looks: More
You know what’s great about movie villains? They’re always laughing. More
Heroes are boring, one-dimensional, jaw on and on about justice, have healthy relationships with their parents, etc. Villains are hot and complicated. We asked a bunch girls who they’d most like to do evil stuff with. Unsurprising answers like Patrick Bateman and bizarre answers like Scar from Lion King ahead. More
Perhaps you have been reading our American Psycho debate and thinking “Oh, God, I really want to bang Patrick Bateman.” I understand! I make bad choices, too! Christian Bale’s abs are ridiculous! There are a lot of bangable villains out there, but they’re not like heroes. They’re not just going to hunt you down in a tower, except for the times they will, with a machete, probably. The other times, you’re going to have to use all of your lady wiles to seduce them. Here’s how:
Let me see if I properly understood the premise of ‘Arthur,” the unfortunate remake of the Dudley Moore classic. It’s possible I did not. Here’s what I’ve got: Russell Brand’s character deals with familial pressure to marry the wealthy, professionally successful, sex crazed Susan Johnson, played by the beautiful Jennifer Garner. More