Ok, we're basing this on Christopher Lee alone. Definitely not Chuckie or the countless horror films in which the antagonist utters nothing whatsoever - Jason, Samara Morgan, Cujo we're looking at you.
Baron Frankenstein - the ultimate perfectionist? And yet he so often gets it all wrong. Hannibal Lecter, Jigsaw, John Doe - so methodical, so evil, so OCD?
3 An Ulterior motive
Now where do we start? In The Nanny the whole plot revolves around whether she has it in for her young ward - spoiler alert - she does. But so do many more horror greats, Dracula lures his guests to his castle on the pretence of business, Norman Bates appears to be such a nice young gentleman. What about Scream? Five points to anyone who can succinctly describe the exposition at the end of that film!
Zombies, The Reptile, Leatherface, Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees and the list goes on. Sometimes the scariest attribute of a villain is their unpredictability.
Ruthless - having or showing no pity or compassion for others. Sounds a lot like our own Mocata!
6. A broken home
Whether its Jennet Humfryes in The Woman in Black, Norman Bates in Psycho or even Billy in Silent Night, Deadly Night. According to the movies a broken home is another great reason to become a horror villain!
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