- If the Kink Meme is anything to go by, and his behavior in TRON: Legacy is any indication, then Clu's heading here faster than a stolen light-cycle.
- The Joker (Heath Ledger) of The Dark Knight. You can fight back against him, but he likes that.
- Jesus Quintana from The Big Lebowski. Paradoxically, nobody is allowed to fuck with him.
He's a sex offender. With a record. He did four months at Chino for exposing himself to an eight year-old. When he moved to Hollywood he had to go door to door, to tell everyone he was a pederast.
- Harry Potter
Voldemort: I could not touch him! It was old magic, something I should've foreseen... But no matter... no matter... things have changed... (gets close to Harry) I can... touch you...NOW! (touches Harry's forehead causing Harry to scream in pain while Voldemort mockingly screams with him, almost sounding as if he's having an orgasm)
- Lucius Malfoy in the movie version of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. His first appearance involves the following: he introduces himself to Harry, talks in a simpering, slithery voice, (Mister Potter? Lucius Malfoy. We meet at last.), shakes Harry's hand and then suddenly pulls Harry close to him where he uses his cane to pull back Harry's bangs to take a look at his scar, without his consent. (Your scar is legend...) Or how in the fourth movie he stops Harry with his cane and tells him ominously, "Do enjoy yourself, won't you? While you can..."
- In Deathly Hallows there's a bit where he tries to convince Draco to do something whilst leaning really close to him, stroking the back of his neck and whispering creepily. Draco has pretty much the same look on his face as when Bella was doing it: "Why oh why must my family keep pseudo-hitting on me?"
- Let us not forget that incredibly uncomfortable moment in the sixth film when Bellatrix, apropos of nothing, kisses Draco's neck. In a way one does not kiss a nephew. Made considerably worse by the frequent implications of inbreeding when it comes to the pureblood families (in the books at any rate).
- Oh, and then there's Ralph Fiennes creepy portrayal of Voldemort in the fourth movie onward. Especially creepy is the way he calls Robert Pattinson's dead character "such a beautiful boy" and strokes the corpse's face with his toes.
- That graveyard scene was just unfortunate in a myriad of ways, wasn't it?
- Gilderoy Lockhart had a large number of young female fans at Hogwarts. There is a spell called Obliviate that allows wizards to erase memories without a trace, which Gilderoy Lockhart was absurdly good at, to the point where he could make people not even realize what memories they had lost. Gilderoy Lockhart loved fame, fortune, and the admiration of his fans, and for a detention called students up to his office to sort through his fan mail. All alone in his office, with a man who could make you forget anything.
- Peter Pettigrew slept in Ron Weasley's bed. Remember that spell called Obliviate?
- Bellatrix also gets on the action in Deathly Hallows Part I She pins Hermione on the floor and lies on top of her during their "girl talk"
- There's also the Snatcher (Scabior) who keeps cropping up in the Deathly Hallows films and his uncomfortable fixation on Hermione. According to an Entertainment Weekly interview, they had to tone the creepiness down.
- Then there's that awkward moment where Voldemort hugs Draco and moans his name while doing so making it sound more like he's having sex with him.
- Willy Wonka from the more recent adaption of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory inspired quite a lot of people to call him a pedo. (Probably due to some superficial similarities to Michael Jackson to begin with; at the time the film hit theaters, Jackson's trial on child molestation charges had just wrapped up.) Note that he was intentionally depicted as eccentric by Johnny Depp, who got his inspiration from the overly enthusiastic kids show hosts of his youth, as opposed to Jackson.
- Inverted by Peter Molyneux's "Milo" demo at E3 2009 — the title character is a 10-year-old boy whom the player interacts with. Cue a million pedophile jokes.
- Star Wars: Emperor Palpatine seems oddly interested in Anakin. And later Mara. And then Luke. And then Anakin.
Palpatine: Are you going to kill me?
- He also essentially MindRaped Mara Jade into obedience so strongly that she can barely defy his last orders even when he's been dead for years, and that she undergoes withdrawal symptoms from him not Mind Raping her into submission.
- This video CERTAINLY does not help matters. Then there's the scene where Anakin is debating whether or not to kill him, particularly made clear by the RiffTrax version:
Anakin: I would certainly like to!
Palpatine: (closing his eyes and whispering) I know you would.
Kevin (as Palpatine): Oh baby...
Palpatine: I can feel your anger...
Kevin (as Palpatine): Ohhh, I can feel it...
- Soundwave has already gotten this for "raping" a satellite in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Which of course leads to Crack Fics about the two (the satellite being upgrade to a female autobot). Also in the third movie, Soundwave holds Carly hostage inside his vehicle form and proceeds to threaten her with several sharp metal tendrils.
- Megatron gets this reputation as well, especially in regards to Sam.
- Star Trek: Especially on the Star Trek XI kink meme, Big Bad Nero tends to be written as something of a rapist. Has been seen perving on Kirk, Spock, Uhura, Chekov, and probably Bones and Sulu somewhere.
- Freddy Krueger of A Nightmare on Elm Street. The biggest piece of evidence probably being a line from Freddy vs. Jason:
Dream Girl: His name is Freddy Krueger and he loves children... especially little girls...
- Wes Craven originally planned for Freddy in the original movie to be a child molester as well as a child murderer, but trashed the idea to avoid being accused of exploiting a series of highly publicized alleged child molestations that were happening in California at the time the film was in production. While Freddy was never confirmed to be a pedophile or a rapist, the series is filled with innuendo implicating, but not outright saying it ("You are all my children now" etc). He is confirmed to be a child molester and rapist in the 2010 remake, however.
- The Child-Catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, for somewhat obvious reasons. Practically made canon with his Villain Song in the stage musical, which included a line about how the children "won't even need [their] pajamas". It proved so disturbing that the song's been cut from many productions.
- Little Miss Sunshine: The host of the pageant.
- Troll 2: Grandpa Seth. He'll touch you in your private area.
- The creepy hospital guy who licked Sarah Conner's cheek in Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
- Mike Myers's portrayal of the titular character in The Cat in the Hat.