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  • D-Tox (also known as Eye See You): The mysterious Serial Killer kills police officers by first incapacitating them with a power drill in the eye, then shooting them in the head, before leaving the corpse hanged on the ceiling. He does this in order to provoke the cop Trent Malloy, who some years ago pursued him for a series of murders of prostitutes ( a thing he calls "removing diseased filth"). He kills Malloy's girlfriend Mary in the same way he kills the cops in order to break him even more. Believed to be dead, the killer fakes his own death. Still eager to ruin Malloy's life, he follows him to a rehab center, kills one of the patients, Frank Slater, and takes his identity. After leaving no one the chance to escape the clinic he starts viciously killing most of the patients this time using melee weapons like a knife or an axe, killing one of them via electroshock. In his last breath he sadistically taunts Malloy that Mary called out his name one moment before "he drained the life out of her."
  • D-War: Buraki is a destructive and malevolent Imoogi who seeks to become an Celestial Dragon in order to destroy Heaven and Earth and rebuild them in his own twisted image. When Heaven had the Yuh Yi Joo hidden inside of an young girl, Buraki had his army invade the girl's village, slaughtering many innocent people, including a young child, in the process, before Buraki chases after the girl himself, leading to her and Haram committing suicide in order to stop him. Returning 500 years later, he slaughters countless innocents out of pure sadism while searching for Sarah Daniels in order to claim the Yuh Yi Joo inside of her. When his forces eventually capture Ethan and Sarah, he attempts to devour the latter and claim the Yuh Yi Joo so he can finally become a Celestial Dragon. When the chosen good Imoogi awakens to fight against him, Buraki gains the upper hand, and mortally wounds him, before attempting to claim the Yuh Yi Joo from Sarah. A monstrous, sadistic Imoogi, who lacks the honorable traits of the rest of his kind, Buraki would kill anyone, including his own followers, in order to become a Celestial Dragon.
  • Daimajin: Odate Samonosuke is an ambitious samurai who overthrows his daimyo, killing him, many loyalists and nearly burning his children alive in the process. Taking the lordship for himself, Odate institutes a regime of conquest and cruelty, enslaving all the able-bodied men he can and taking enough food in taxes to starve the peasantry. When a loyalist comes to see if it's time for the prince to stir up rebellion, Odate has him tortured and another prisoner exposed to the elements to lure the prince out so he can crucify them both. The local High Priestess tries to appeal to Odate's humanity and stop his cruelty, but the tyrant simply kills her and orders a statue of her god destroyed out of spite. When loyalist soldiers arrive to rescue the prince, Odate orders them crucified alongside him.
  • Danger Dolls (2014): "Guru", the leader of the Kouka Shinrikuo cult, is a psychopath who wants to take over an Earth without weapons, having already drowned his home dimension in radiation. Viewing himself as a god after gaining powers from a wormhole, he sends his followers out to either commit crimes, or disguise themselves as Kouka party politicians in order to gain access to nukes, planning to hold the world hostage and become their new leader. Having Kouka politicians kidnapped and electrocuted to death, he later guns down the Danger Dolls while they're fighting his followers.
  • Danger Zone (1996): Monsieur Chang, a Rogue Agent and the ex-business partner of Jim Scott, aims to take possession of a load of nuclear waste to sell to North Korea in exchange for a hefty payment. A year after his first attempt to steal the waste load fails, Chang pursues mining engineer Rick Morgan over to Africa after the toxic spillage results in over a thousand fatalities. A complete sociopath interested only in profit, in his pursuit of the waste Chang wipes out a rebel village, strangles Scott to death with a gleeful grin on his face, shoots his own associate dead after he wears out his use, crushes the neck of Scott's contact, and leaves Morgan to die in an irradiated cave after taking his associate Kim hostage. In a moment of boredom, Chang cruelly attempts to rape Kim, and spitefully tosses her to her intended death after Morgan bests him.
  • Darc (2018): Ginzo Kageyama, the Oyabun (absolute leader) of the Kageyama family, runs his business on human trafficking and prostitution. When the hero Darc is a young boy, his mother is forced to work in the Kageyama brothels where the women experience violent abuse. When Darc's mother resists, Ginzo personally slits her throat in retribution. Later abducting an Interpol agent's daughter to keep him off the syndicate's back, Ginzo threatens to have her murdered if her father interferes further. When his own son is killed by Darc, Ginzo is only annoyed as to the problems it causes to the syndicate, and threatens the only witness's family before luring the Interpol agent out by faking his daughter's hanging using said witness. When he has the girl, Renee, at gunpoint, Ginzo attempts to force Darc to kill himself by promising Renee will live, only to reveal he plans to sell her into sexual slavery anyways.
  • Daredevil:
    • Bullseye is a swaggering Psycho for Hire who prides himself on his unerring aim and his total lack of regard for human life. Retained by Wilson "The Kingpin" Fisk as a troubleshooter, Bullseye is a mess of barely contained violence who regularly murders in his off time. Over the course of the film he kills a man for insulting him in a bar; chokes an elderly woman to death for talking too much on a plane; murders another man in order to steal his motorcycle; and stabs one of Fisk's guards to death with pencils after deciding he'd rather not go through security. That's in addition to killing Nikolas and Elektra Natchios, and two of their bodyguards, on Fisk's orders, and trying to hunt down an already wounded Daredevil for the heinous crime of making him miss.
    • The aforementioned Wilson Fisk in the director's cut is worse than in the theatrical version. Fisk started out a hitman who killed Jack Murdoch, before rising into a powerful businessman and The Kingpin of crime in New York, controlling the criminal element in the city and helping criminals avoid jail time. Introduced killing two of his bodyguards for no discernible reason, when the public becomes suspicious, Fisk orders the murder of his former business partner Nikolas Natchios, intending to have him framed as the Kingpin, calling in the aforementioned Bullseye to do the deed. Fisk also has a prostitute murdered when she was leaking information she got from what of his associates. When Matt Murdoch interrogates a Dirty Cop on Fisk's payroll, he learns that when Fisk calls a hit on someone, he has the target's whole family killed as well, with Fisk ordering Bullseye to go after Nikolas's daughter Elektra. When Daredevil finally confronts Fisk, Fisk unmasks him as Matt, telling him that his killings were "just business" and, when beaten, threatens to get his revenge on Matt by revealing his identity.
  • Dark Asylum: Luther Wells earned the nickname "the Trasher" for killing 14 people near trash cans and dumpsters. After savagely dismembering his victims, the Trasher took their corpses to his lair in the sewers as souvenirs. After being shot when the police apprehend him, Wells is detained in an asylum until the police arrive. After killing the lead psychiatrist, the head of security and all the cops who were watching him, the Trasher goes after Dr. Maggie Belham and asylum inmate and janitor Quitz for the keys, planning to kill Quitz and make Maggie a Sex Slave. After Quitz swallows the keys the Trasher's been after, so hebeats him with a fire extinguisher and rips the key from his body. He then escapes the asylum, rigging an explosive to kill the Feds when they arrive, and goes to try and kill Maggie's daughter.
  • Dark Figure of Crime (2018): Kang Tae-oh is a mysterious drifter with a dark past. Arrested for the murder of his girlfriend Hur Su-jin, Tae-oh is in fact a Serial Killer who murders people for the slightest of offenses, starting with his abusive father when he was still in middle school. Living comfortably by leeching off his first girlfriend Park Mi-young, Tae-oh murdered her when she wanted to end their relationship, not caring that she had a child to take care of. Years later, Tae-oh murdered a man who had bumped into him and a woman who did not want to talk with him. After his arrest, Tae-oh creates a complex plan to get away with his crimes by forming a friendship with detective Kim Hyung-min and revealing details of his serial murders to him, only to turn the court against him by using facts that only he knows and changing the information to his advantage so he wouldn't be charged with the murders that he confessed to Hyung-min, repeating this until he is able to demand a retrial of Su-jin's murder to get released and kill again in the future.
  • The Dark Half: George Stark, in his attempt to enter reality, goes on a vicious killing spree to ruin the life of Thad Beaumont. Murdering those connected with Thad, even one his agent's ex-wife, who Stark tortures with a straight razor before execution, Stark also murders a man who was blackmailing Thad complete with more torture and castration. Seeking to blackmail Thad into writing him into reality, Stark kidnaps Thad's family and tries to murder his infant children when he's failed, so evil that even the universe itself seems to act to send crows to ferry Stark's soul to hell.
  • Dark Harvest: Elijah Baker was a factory worker turned farmer during The Great Depression. One day, to get good crops, he made a Deal with the Devil for a Human Sacrifice. He honored this deal by killing drifters who came looking for work. When his pregnant wife found out about his crimes, he made her his next sacrifice. This was his undoing, as two police officers came to investigate her disappearance and found her body. Elijah managed to kill one of the cops before the other guns him down.
  • The Dark Side of the Moon: Satan is a Fallen Angel who has pledged to one day become more powerful than God and turn Heaven itself to ash while destroying as many human lives as possible. He has used The Bermuda Triangle as a portal to pull unsuspecting vessels and planes onto the dark side of the moon, killing hundreds if not thousands of innocent people. When the crew of a deep space mission travels close to his Derelict Graveyard, he possesses and slowly kills them off one by one while turning them against each other for nothing more than his own sick amusement. Even the last crew member blowing up the ship does nothing to stop him from continuing his MO unabated.
  • The Dark Tower (2017): Walter o' Dim, real name Walter Padick and known as The Man in Black, is an Evil Sorcerer who abducts multiple "special" children to use their psychic energy to try to annihilate the Dark Tower which protects existence from the hungry monstrosities that dwell outside reality. This is a process that leaves the children "burnt out" by the end, where Walter discards them. Having a dark enmity with the Gunslinger Roland Deschain, Walter destroys Roland's home, killing all his fellow Gunslingers, the last being Roland's own father who Walter murders in front of him. When 11-year-old Jake Chambers escapes Walter's men, Walter punishes them by forcing them to kill each other and sends soldiers to destroy an entire village Roland and Jake have taken refuge at. Murdering the local seer to get their location, Walter ambushes Jake's stepfather and mother, murdering both—the latter by burning her alive—and draws a smiley face and taunting message from her ashes for Jake to find. When Jake is captured, Walter attempts to use him to bring down the Dark Tower and start the apocalypse while facing Roland in a final battle.
  • Dark Web (2016): The unnamed man known as "The Boss" is the head of a depraved group that captures young women and allows wealthy clients to hunt them for sport. Uploading the videos of the hunts onto the dark web to get more money, the Boss has his hunters follow a specific ritual to ensure a large audience. Capturing Ilona after murdering her father, her brother is kept captive and threatened with death unless she provides the depraved entertainment the Boss demands.
  • DarkWolf: The Dark Wolf is a werewolf hybrid that seeks to mate with the next pureblood werewolf matriarch to usher in a new generation of purebred werewolves to overrun the other breeds and wipe out humanity. Starting off running from a team of hunters in a strip club, the Dark Wolf tries to take a hostage and rips his captors apart before escaping, then mortally wounds the "protector" before going on a rampage and slaughtering everyone the werewolf matriarch has touched. Once the matriarch makes it to the police station, the Dark Wolf kills every officer inside, and chases her to the roof where he tries to rape her.
  • The Darkest Minds: President Gray is revealed to be behind all the misery that the Espers children have to endure. When his son, Clancy, gets a mysterious disease known as IAAN, Gray performs various experiments on him and later uses him as a tool for propaganda so that he could make concentration camps for the Espers. In said camps, most of the children were mistreated with anyone who defies the soldiers being executed. He is also revealed to be the one who came up with the procedure of eliminating "Orange" and "Red" Espers leading to the near extinction of the Orange Espers in the process.
  • Darkman: Robert G. Durant is a crime boss turned Psycho for Hire who is introduced having a potential obstacle's entire outfit executed before he tortures the boss by chopping off all his fingers with a cigar cutter. Later, on behalf of Louis Strack Jr., Durant attacks Dr. Peyton Westlake in his lab, setting him on fire, killing his lab assistant and ruining his life by turning him into the titular Anti-Hero Darkman. Durant thinks nothing of betraying and killing allies, and when he returns in the second film, he shows himself as even nastier than before. He hires crazed scientist Dr. Alfred Hathaway to build a high-powered laser weapon to mass produce to anyone who can afford it; has scientist Dr. David Brinkman beaten and murdered in order to steal his lab; and has David's sister Laurie threatened to get to Westlake when he discovers his arch rival Darkman's return. Durant also has reporter Jill Randall killed for bringing his activities to light and showing an unflattering picture of him.
  • Daughters of Darkness: Elizabeth Báthory is the historical countess who tortured and murdered 800 virgins to death and used their blood to be young and beautiful forever. After faking her death, she used her vampiric immortality to wander Europe and and drain more virgins over the centuries. To get her victims, she seduces and mind controls mortal women to become her thralls, despite their conscious protests. After encountering a married couple in a Belgian village, Bathory has her current thrall seduce the husband, knowing he's a sadist and will rape and kill her, while manipulating the wife into replacing her and has sex with her while she's mind controlled. Bathory then kills the husband and turns the wife into a bloodsucker who will carry on her ways after she's gone.
  • Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Koba is a xenophobic ape initially loyal to Caesar. Disgusted with the fact that Caesar would bring humans into their territory, Koba decides to betray his leader and take matters into his own hands. Displaying his callousness by murdering two helpless guards, Koba raids the armory of the human city, returning to shoot Caesar and burn down his former home. Pinning the blame on the humans, Koba rallies the misguided apes into attacking San Francisco. Koba shows his hypocritical nature by cruelly tossing the young Ash to his death when he refuses to kill defenseless people in Caesar's name. Upon taking over the city, Koba imposes his rule by trapping the humans in cages and imprisoning any ape still loyal to Caesar in chains. When finally confronted by Caesar, Koba snaps and starts gunning down his former comrades, even as Caesar is trying to help them. Displaying savagery to human and ape alike, Koba proved to be no better than the humans he despised.
  • Day of the Dead: Bloodline (2018): Max, obsessed with medical student Zoe, tries to rape her for rejecting him. After being bitten by a Rotter, Max's abnormally high level of antibodies protect him from becoming one himself. Years later, Max attacks Zoe and follows her back to her bunker, killing anyone else he comes across. Using a young girl as a hostage to force Zoe to drop her weapon, Max again tries to rape her and opens the bunker's doors, allowing a swarm of Rotters in to slaughter the survivors.
  • DC Extended Universe:
    • Wonder Woman (2017): General Erich Ludendorff demonstrates that even in a world of gods and monsters, some humans can be the most evil beings around. A ruthless German general in World War I who believes in continuing the war, Ludendorff executes a man simply for complaining supplies are low and encourages the inhumane research of Isabelle "Dr. Poison" Maru, testing her gas on live subjects. When he encounters his high command who wish to sign an armistice, Ludendorff gasses them as well, but throws in a single gas mask, well aware it will do nothing to stop the gas. Ludendorff later tests the gas on a civilian village, and when he engages Diana herself in a battle to the death, he is in the process of having the gas loaded into a plane to subject all of London to a horrible death.
    • Justice League (2017): Steppenwolf, military commander of Apokolips, had burned countless worlds when he came to Earth, killing millions and raising them as monstrous Parademons, before he tasted defeat. Returning thousands of years later, Steppenwolf seeks to recover the lost Mother Boxes to enact his plan of wiping out life on Earth to turn it into a blasted hellscape like his own homeworld, hoping to offer earth to his master Darkseid and end his exile. Massacring the Amazon warriors guarding their Mother Box and later doing the same to the Atlanteans, Steppenwolf captures humans who may know of the third Mother Box, killing them when they don't have the info he wants and preparing to torture another until he talks. When the newly formed Justice League moves to stop him, Steppenwolf puts his plan into motion and unleashes his forces on civilians, intending to annihilate all life on Earth to erase the memory of his past failure.
  • Deadball (2011): Headmistress Frau Ishihara is the Nazi warden of the Pterodactyl Juvenile Reformatory, and chairwoman of the Juvie League baseball tournament. Running her prison with an iron fist, she forces her teenage prisoners to endure abuse from her guards, get painful cavity checks, and be fed vomit. Desiring revenge after getting humiliated by Jubeh Yakyu, she coerces him into coming out of baseball retirement, then pits her team against the murderous St. Black Dahlia High players. Meeting with her Nazi friends, she watches as the Black Dahlia gruesomely slaughter her team. Unfazed when Jubeh kills her Nazi companions, Ishihara decides to unleash Glockenheim, a cybernetic weapon which kills everyone there, including the Black Dahlia girls. Prideful of its power, Ishihara hopes it will kill Jubeh, even using his late brother Mushashi's corpse as the body just to mess with him.
  • The Dead Girl: Carl is a Serial Killer who violently kills prostitutes, taking their undergarments and shoes for his fetish. Having claimed at least eight victims, Carl constantly abandons his lonely wife to go on his murder sprees. Picking up young mother Krista, Carl stabs her to death, leaving her body in a farm field after he has had his sick fun.
  • Dead Heat: Dr. Ernest McNab is a coroner hired to assist Arthur P. Loudermilk in his experiments to bring back the dead. To fund this, he had various wealthy people experimented on and then Buried Alive and left to rot so he could take their money, aside from his boss, whom he simply killed a random person to provide the corpse for him to fake his death. To test his resurrection process and acquire more cash for himself, McNab resurrected criminals and had them rob jewelry stores in what was considered the most violent crime spree in recent history. When Detectives Roger Mortis and Doug Bigelow investigate the crimes, the doctor has Mortis suffocated in a decompression chamber. After learning Mortis has been resurrected, McNab has his undead goons try and kill the two cops, eventually succeeding in taking out Bigelow. Soon after, it's revealed that he promised the PR agent for his boss's company that he'd figure out a way to stop her from decaying if she helped him, but he lets her rot away. Mortis goes to confront him, and McNab first chains him in an ambulance to decay while staring at his girlfriend, whom McNab killed, then resurrects Bigelow as a braindead zombie to kill his partner.
  • The Dead Matter: The wicked vampire Vellich seeks to cause a Zombie Apocalypse to Take Over the World and recover his powerful artifact, the dead-controlling scarab. Murdering the assistant of the hunter Ian McAllister, Vellich begins to track the scarab to the young woman Gretchen, leaving a trail of corpses in his wake before torturing Gretchen with a vision of her dead brother, attempting to murder her and her friends. Vellich later usurps his rival Sebed by tearing him apart from the inside out, stopping at nothing to seize the scarab and his power anew.
  • The Dead One: Tezcatlipoca is the Aztec god of Human Sacrifice, who molded Aztec society into a brutal empire that ripped hundreds of people's hearts out at a time. After being forced to sleep for centuries by the fall of his empire, he declared a young Juan Diego de la Muerte his chosen agent to bring him back to power across the Earth. Killing the adult Diego in a car crash, he resurrects him a year later, using him as a tether on Earth to kill the last three members of the bloodline that thwarted him and tormenting him with visions of brutal violence along the way. After killing two of his targets, Tezcatlipoca tries to kill Diego's girlfriend, mind controlling Diego himself to do the deed when he tries to stop him.
  • Deadly Force (1983): Joshua Adams, in truth the convict Roger Fulton, murdered a man in jail to substitute the body as his own in order to vanish. Reinventing himself as a wealthy and successful motivational speaker, Adams begins to eliminate those who know of his past, and those who stand in his way. Using a Serial Killer, Adams has him murder his targets and random innocents to confuse police, eventually killing said killer when his usefulness is done. Upon confronting Stoney, Adams tries to kill him, promising to kidnap and rape Stoney's ex-wife Eddie.
  • Deadly Outbreak (1996 Direct-to-Video): Colonel Baron, betraying the US for financial gain, rigs a series of deadly bombs in Washington, D.C., while he murders the scientists at an Israeli facility to steal a deadly nerve gas he can sell to terrorists or use himself. Intending to set off the bombs anyways, Baron begins murdering his hostages at will, and even tests the nerve gas on one of his own allies before attempting to escape and even murders one of his own men when he's taken as a Human Shield.
  • Deadly Prey: Colonel Tom Hogan was a cruel military officer who believed in killing troops for failing missions. After being discharged, he decided to create his own army so he could hire himself and his army out to terrorists. Hogan trains his army by having them kidnap people and hunt them. After his army kidnaps ex-special force soldier Mike Danton, Hogan becomes obsessed with making him join. When Danton refuses, Hogan kidnaps Danton's wife Jamie and rapes her. Hogan proceeds to kill Jamie's father, and has his lieutenant Thornton kill her as well. In the sequel, Deadliest Prey, Hogan kidnaps Danton once again, and sends numerous men after him, fully expecting Danton to kill them. Hogan kidnaps Danton's new wife Allison, planning to kill her, and has his own men killed for incredibly petty things, such as panicking when Danton is killing most of the army, and coming back alive when Hogan expected them to die. He later murders three people who helped Danton, before trying to kill Danton and his wife.
  • The Dead Pit: Dr. Collin Ramzi was a Serial Killer performing fatal experimental brain surgery on his patients. When his colleague, Dr. Gerald Swan, stumbled onto his killing spree, Ramzi tried to silence him, and Swan shot him in self defense. Returning from the grave for revenge, Ramzi kills many patients and staff to assemble an undead army, which he uses to massacre the entire hospital just to get to Swan, whom he kills before trying to do the same to his own adult daughter.
  • Dead Rising: Watchtower: In this interquel set between Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 3, Logan is an anarchistic biker gang leader, who was bored of his old life before deciding to take advantage of the chaos of a zombie outbreak. He and his gang sneak into a quarantined zombie outbreak to loot. In his first scene, he comes across a married couple and offers his help for a impossible price, before beating the husband down and leaving the wife to be eaten by zombies in front of him. When one of his men get bitten, he jokingly asks if he'd rather be shot or get chained up and turned. He then attacks the two protagonists, Crystal O'Rourke and Chase Carter, kidnapping Crystal and leaving Chase in a zombie death trap. Before attempting to rape Crystal, he reveals his intentions to blow up the quarantine wall and let the zombie outbreak spread. When he gets bitten by a zombie, he decides to use his last human moments to finally act on his plan before he succumbs to the virus.
  • Dead Silence: Mary Shaw was a ventriloquist in life who ended up murdering a little boy who had heckled her performance to turn his corpse into a "perfect doll". After being on the receiving end of vigilante justice, Shaw became a ghost that haunted those who had killed her, dedicating her un-death to killing them. She begins the movie by killing the hero's pregnant wife, as "she had the last" of his family line inside her. Using her dolls as mediums, Shaw revels in killing those in her way and whoever she encounters throughout the film, displaying nothing but cruelty and a desire to make her perfect doll.
  • Dead Snow duology: In these horror-comedies, Standartenführer (Oberst) Herzog is a literal Nazi Zombie who occupied and brutalized a town in Norway. Once the people had enough, they drove Herzog into the snows where he and his soldiers froze to death. After death, Herzog becomes a powerful undead being who kills any who come for the gold he commands. When he manages to leave the mountain, Herzog uses his men to slaughter all in their path and raises them as new zombies to fill his undead army. Herzog sets his sights upon the nearby town, intending to destroy it, aiming at completing all the aims of the Third Reich in undeath. Herzog shows through a massive bodycount of men, women and children that death does nothing to diminish the monstrosity of a devoted Nazi.
  • The Deal (2015): Gang-Chun is a Serial Killer known for ambushing women and murdering them with power tools, his final victim being the sister of the hero Tae-Soo. Gang-Chun refuses to reveal where he buried the majority of his victims just to hurt the families more, and spends the next few years comfortably in prison. When his final victim's husband Seung-hyun hires a man to attack him in prison, Gang-Chun viciously tortures the man and later murders several guards before Seung-hyun abducts him to make Gang-Chun reveal where he buried the bodies. Gang-Chn takes advantage of the opportunity to murder him, before attempting to kill Tae-Soo as well.
  • Death Machine: Jack Dante is the psychopathic scientist of CHAANK Industries who is the head developer of the Hardman Project, and, due to illegally ordering some supplies without the company even noticing, caused numerous of casualties that ended up staining the company's name. When the CEO, Hayden Cale, tries to confront Jack about what he has done, Jack blackmails her about her personal life. When one of the higher ups of CHAANK got his key stolen by Cale, Jack sends his machine to brutally kill said higher up; it is also revealed that he did this to previous CEO. When three eco-warriors infiltrate the company and Jack got fired from his position, Jack tricked the eco-warriors to open Vault 10 and sends his machine to kill all of the people in the office while demanding to Cale that he wants his job back, and asks her to interface him on regular basis. When the heroes tries to stop Dante once and for all, he then knocks one of them unconscious and tries to rape Cale while taunting her about her dead baby.
  • Death Note: Once a college student frustrated at the perceived failures of the Japanese justice system, Light Yagami proves that absolute power corrupts absolutely. Upon getting his hands on the titular Death Note, the narcissistic Light quickly declares his designs of becoming the god of a new world. While he starts off by simply killing criminals, he eventually expands his targets to include the FBI investigators attempting to catch him, and anyone else he sees as a hindrance to his ascension. Light kills his girlfriend Shiori Akino at the end of the first movie to gain sympathy from L, using Naomi Misora, whom he also kills. His disinterest in the fate of anyone other than himself is shown most clearly when he gives the note to someone who he knew for certain would use it for selfish and evil purposes just so that he can throw the authorities off his trail and kill his rival.
  • The Death of Stalin: Lavrentiy Beria, the head of the NKVD, desires control over Russia, using his position to murder, torture, and rape whomever he wants—regardless of age—having already murdered thousands and raped hundreds. Discovering that Stalin's dead, he crafts his own enemy list to replace Stalin's, has the NKVD take over city security duties from the Soviet Army, and appoints weak-minded Deputy General Secretary Georgy Malenkov as Premier of Russia, planning to use him as a puppet. Taking Stalin's corpse to the morgue, he orders the NKVD to take Stalin's possessions and murder any witnesses, save for Stalin’s maid, who Beria plans on raping later. Wanting to gain support from the public and Committee in order to keep his position, Beria loosens restrictions on the Russian Orthodox Church and orders the freedom of every political prisoner, including Vyacheslav Molotov's wife. Refusing to allow Stalin's mourners into Moscow for his funeral, he doesn't care when 1,500 of them are slaughtered by his soldiers, blaming the mourners for being there against his orders, and refusing to allow his NKVD troops to act as scapegoats, worried that it'll tarnish his reputation.
  • Death Proof (the second half of Grindhouse): Stuntman Mike is a former stuntman and expert driver who becomes a Serial Killer of women by using his car as a murder weapon. He modifies the car to make it "100% Death Proof" to immunize himself from harm. Then he can use it for vehicular homicide by crashing into cars full of people and killing them in the process, or drive so dangerously that any passengers will die from the blunt force trauma caused by being thrown around in his car and hitting hard surfaces repeatedly. He extensively stalks his victims beforehand, and seems to derive sexual pleasure from his kills. He also toys with his prey, as he pursues a group of women attempting a stunt where one of them is on the hood of their car at high speed. He chases them down the road in a lengthy pursuit to see them terrified for their lives, getting kicks off the whole thing.
  • Death Race: The Big Bads of the first and third movies count:
    • 2008 film: Claire Hennessey is introduced casually strolling through the yard unguarded to show how much even the worst inmates fear her. She rebuilt the Terminal Island prison to include a racetrack where the prisoners perform Death Races with the promise of being released after winning five times, broadcasting the event to make a hefty profit. The racers and their female navigators die in the most brutal and graphic ways in the races, getting run over, blown up, or gutted by each other or Hennessey's armored trucks. She arranges to kill anyone close to winning five races, as she did with the original Frankenstein, a mask-wearing crowd favorite. She orders the innocent Jensen Ames's wife killed and frames him for it, then once he's in her prison blackmails him with his daughter's well-being to force him to take up Frankenstein's mantle.
    • Inferno: Smug billionaire Niles York forcibly buys the Death Race from its owner and intends on taking it global to cause as much mayhem and death as possible. Cheating Frankenstein, the most popular racer, out of freedom, York threatens him into a race by promising to torture him and his girlfriend should he refuse, while promoting as much death and bloodshed as possible during the race. When he faces a loss, York is fine using missiles on a civilian population if it should get him what he desires.
  • Death Rides a Horse: Walcott is a greedy bandit leader who pillages numerous homes and murders everyone inside. Invading the home of a young Bill Meceita, he murders some of his family and has his men rape his mom and sister, before burning down the house. Becoming the banker of a small town, he has his former partner Ryan beaten and used as a scapegoat for when he and his men rob his own bank, a robbery that results in the deaths of two employees. Taking shelter in a small Mexican settlement, he allows his men to rape the settlement's women and buries anyone who trespasses with their heads sticking out to be eaten by bugs. Once Bill arrives at his base, Walcott has him tortured and buried after he reveals to him Ryan's location.
  • Death Run (1987): Messiah is the smiling, megalomanical ruler of Junk City, having converted the population into a Cult of Personality dedicated only to him. Originally nothing but an outcast, Messiah took advantage of the destruction caused by a nuclear holocaust to influence the people into respecting him as their savior, despite allowing them to live in decadency. Holding dozens of mutants captive for his own entertainment, Messiah hosts a sadistic game called the Run, which involves handcuffing a person to an electrified metal wire and forcing them to fight mutants bare-handed; only one man has ever survived his game. Keeping several women as his sex slaves, Messiah once impregnated one of his victims and then expelled her from his harem. After Paul and Jenny are brought to Junk City, Messiah congratulates Jenny for lacking mutations and violently rapes her. Failing to have Paul killed in the Run, Messiah is surrounded by all of his rape victims and fails to understand why they would betray him.
  • Death's Dealer (1971): Perkins and Prescott are a wicked pair of partners who despise Native Americans, conducting attacks on innocent farmers while disguised as natives, killing most of whom they find and leaving dead Natives to frame them while Prescott uses his skills in journalism to whip people into a genocidal frenzy against the peaceful tribes all so Perkins and Prescott can take the land. Years later, the two are wealthy and powerful men, running a business on slave labor with imported Chinese laborers who are abused and killed frequently. The two also run a Sex Slave operation, and when the heroine is taken captive, Prescott happily tries to rape her himself. When she resists and bites off a chunk of his ear, an amused Perkins tries to have her flogged into submission before the heroes arrive to stop them, just as Prescott and Perkins are planning to wipe out the last of the Native tribes in the area.
  • Death Warmed Up: Dr. Archer Howell wants prestige from inventing a surgery to make people immortal, and brainwashes his colleague's son into murdering said colleague and his wife when he questions Howell's methods. Performing his abhorrent surgery on hundreds, the victims need routine maintenance from Howell to stay alive, and when one annoys him by complaining about his pain, Howell has him put down. His institution is a nightmarish place, with Howell allowing the maddened patients to run amok and murder his own staff.
  • Death Warrant:
    • Christian Naylor aka "The Sandman" is a psychotic Serial Killer who murdered Canadian policeman Louis Burke's partner. Burke tracks the Sandman down to his new lair in Los Angeles to avenge him, where he finds at least one other female victim's remains. He is later sent to the prison where Burke went undercover and agrees with its corrupt officials to kill his archenemy. He instead takes the opportunity to release all the prisoners and starts a prison riot, which results in several deaths. He murders Burke's ally Priest with an axe before having a duel to the death with Burke.
    • Sergeant DeGraf is the sadistic, racist leader of the prison guards who loves to abuse his power. He agrees with corrupt state authorities to regularly kill prisoners to harvest their organs and sell them on the black market. He arranges with the prisoners Romaker and Keel to be the hitmen and has Dr. Gottesman cover the deaths up. When Burke uncovers their plan, he insists on being the one to kill Burke and later hunts down Burke and his two allies.
    • Romaker and Keel are a pair of Psycho for Hire convicts who act as hitmen for Sergeant DeGraf in the organ harvesting scheme. They also kill various snitches who revealed their plan to Burke, burning one alive in his cell. They also carve up a transvestite inmate who warned Burke that he was next to be killed for his organs.
  • Death Wish 3: Manny Fraker trumps all other villains from this series in psychotic evil. Introduced in prison when he informs the hero Paul Kersey he's going to "kill a little old lady, just for you later," Fraker is soon out of prison and on to ruling the streets with an iron fist. Anyone who so much as looks at his gang wrong ends up dead, and he orders several horrible murders, in one event having a woman brutally raped, who later dies from her injuries. Fraker kills Kersey's Love Interest by pushing her into traffic before blowing her up as well.
  • Deathstalker: Munkar overthrows King Tulak to gain total control of the land he reigns over, inducting Tulak's daughter Codille into his personal harem of sex slaves and casting out Tulak. To eliminate any potential challengers to his regime, Munkar hosts a tournament to draw in the strongest warriors of the land to his domain in the guise of making the last survivor his heir, securing their trust by allowing them to rape and kill at their own whim. Munkar's true intention is to simply have all the warriors slaughter each other before killing the survivor himself so he can rule unopposed as an evil tyrant.
  • Deathwatch (2002): Private Thomas Quinn is a sadistic, trigger-happy Blood Knight who enjoys being the Psycho Party Member of his platoon. Already a murderer even before joining the British Army, Quinn admittedly loves war because it gives him the opportunity to kill more people. When the group becomes trapped in the supernatural trenches and Quinn sees a trio of frightened German soldiers who quickly surrender, his first reaction is to shoot at the men, killing one of them and later another before trying to scalp him. Quinn crucifies their captive, Friedrich, and tortures him by beating a spiked club against his chest, killing two of his allies when they intervene.
  • Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection: Ramon Cota, the Big Bad, is a powerful drug dealer who pushes cocaine into the US. We see he uses slave labor on his estate where he has a woman who tends to her baby beaten. When her husband tries to help her, Cota guts him personally and orders the baby killed and the woman sent to his bed. When he's caught and extradited to the US, Cota makes his escape but not before he murders the wife and 13 year old brother of the agent responsible for his capture. When the man goes for Cota himself in revenge, Cota tortures him to death and later captures another agent who comes calling. He tries to execute him by placing him in a homemade gas chamber. When Cota's estate is under siege by the rest of Delta Force, he kills the woman he abused at the beginning of the film when she comes for revenge. Then he lets himself be taken alive before bragging he'll increase the flow of cocaine and murder the hero's family, and that there's nothing he can't buy thanks to cocaine...just before his rope tethering him to the helicopter snaps.
  • Demolition Man: Simon Phoenix, a psychotic criminal from the gang-ruled era of Los Angeles in the late 20th century, indulged in theft, kidnapping, rape, arson, and murder to his heart's content. He holds 30 people hostage and demands a ransom when in fact he had already killed them all, and frames John Spartan for their deaths. They are both sentenced to cryo-stasis and only woken up in 2032 when the new city of San Angeles has become a crime-free nanny state. Simon breaks out of confinement by gouging out a guard's eye to bypass the retinal scanner and indulges in his freedom to be a maniac and spread chaos again, brutally murdering almost everyone who gets in his way. It turns out he was unfrozen by the benevolent dictator Dr. Raymond Cocteau to assassinate Edgar Friendly, the underground Rebel Leader who has been trying to undo the oppressive system. Simon sets out on this task with murderous glee, killing many innocent bystanders in the process. He eventually teams up with his old gang after they're unfrozen and murders Cocteau to start a new lawless dystopia. He starts by unfreezing every violent criminal locked up in the cryo-prison, before gunning down all the technicians because he no longer has any use for them.
  • Demon Hunter: Asmodeus is the demonic lord of lust and one of the original fallen. Coming to Earth, Asmodeus intends on impregnating women with his spawn. Introduced having raped a group of women who have all died from being unable to carry his seed, Asmodeus begins targeting prostitutes, murdering those around them, before corrupting one by having her soul devoured so she's a proper vessel. Upon capturing the heroine Sarah, Asmodeus tries to rape her as well, gloating just how many people their child will murder.
  • Demon Knight: The Collector is a demon Bounty Hunter searching for the final key his species needs in order to bring about the end of the world. The Collector is a soulless monster who hides behind a Faux Affably Evil veneer and delights in joking as he leads his victims to damnation. When Frank Brayker, a Demon Knight entrusted to guard the final key from the demons, seals himself in a boardinghouse alongside its residents, the Collector summons an army of demons and lays siege. Through his psychic powers, the Collector is able to possess the humans in the boardinghouse by tempting them with their deepest desires. However, the Collector never provides what he offers and instead the boardinghouse residents, such as Cordelia and Uncle Wally are turned into low-level demons, tortured souls trapped in monstrous bodies that the Collector controls. At the film's climax, the Collector possesses a little boy through a comic book and uses him to mortally wound Brayker. With the last key in his possession, the Collector merrily chats with the sole survivor, Jeryline, about how humanity will be reduced to leftovers, and attempts to cut out her heart as a memento after he fails to corrupt her.
  • Demonic Toys: The demon known as "the Kid" seeks to escape into the material world to cause a horrific bloodbath. To that end, he impregnates human women and devours the souls of their unborn children, though when he fails he is left to be buried and to wait for his next chance. Awakening in a toy factory, the Kid takes control of certain toys and begins torturing and murdering those inside, gleeful about the body count he causes. When the pregnant heroine, Judith, is captured by him, the Kid attempts to rape her and devour her child's soul, informing Judith she'll die in the birth before he goes on to the material world, bragging that then "the blood's really gonna flow".
  • Demons Never Die: Bates is a police officer moonlighting as a Serial Killer. After murdering a young woman named Amber and using his role as the investigating officer to declare her death a suicide, he begins targeting a group involved in a Suicide Pact. He murders his implied accomplice, Hudson, and Hudson's wife, after said accomplice makes a call to someone saying he is backing out. He murders all of the teens but two, and also murders his own police partner, Mason. He finally tries to murder the two surviving teens, while openly referring to himself as a demon.
  • Department Q: The Absent One: Ditlev Pram and Ulrik Dybbøl have been psychopaths since high school, when they used to mask themselves before committing assaults and rapes for fun. When a teacher plans to fail Pram, the duo respond by having him framed for rape. Later, Pram and Dybbøl rape a girl in front of her brother, before stabbing both to death, Pram then beating and raping his girlfriend with Dybbøl, uncaring that she is pregnant with his child. Growing up, the duo build a torture chamber where they record themselves raping and torturing their victims and keep a trophy case of the unfortunates' belongings, including what appears to be a child's underwear.
  • Derailed (2002): Mason Cole is the dapper but nevertheless callous leader of the terrorists seeking the SP-43 strain, a mutated form of smallpox capable of infecting millions. After the SP-43 ends up in the hands of his old lover Galina on a train headed through the Austrian border, Mason stages a takeover of the train and takes the passengers hostage, shooting one of them dead once he proves incapable of providing Galina's location. Once the SP-43 is accidentally let loose on the train, Mason coldly shoots one of his associates dead once she's infected even as she pleads for mercy and plans to abandon all the passengers, children included, to die of the infection, only kept on the train through the efforts of agent Jacques Kristoff. To gain the upper hand, Mason threatens to murder Kristoff's family to goad him into giving the vials of SP-43, and tries to murder his young son then and there after Jacques relents out of pure spite. After this fails, Mason loses his cool, kills the conductor of the train, and attempts to kill Jacques even in spite of the fact Jacques's efforts are the only thing keeping the SP-43 strain from breaking out to the rest of the country. Mason exudes a layer of calm dignity which masks nothing more than cold greed within.
  • Detention: Sander Sanderson is initially presented as a pervert who constantly makes unwanted advances towards Riley Jones, and a classmate of Ione Rose and Clapton Davis. Brutally murdering the popular Taylor Fisher, attempting to kill Riley, and later butchering the athlete Billy Nolan, Sander feigns friendliness with his classmates while planning to kill them. Outraged by Riley's constant rejection, Sander kills exchange student Gord and Principal Karl Verge, then travels back in time to 1992 in order to convince a young Verge to eliminate the town of Grizzly Lake in an explosion with his help. When Riley and Clapton foil Sander's plot, he attempts to detonate the bomb himself, only succeeding in killing himself. In the altered timeline, Sander attacks Clapton and Riley, decapitating his implied sex partner Alexis when she walks in on him attempting to kill Riley for rejecting him. Lecherous, entitled, and contemptuous, Sander is a galling example of a possessive creep.
  • Devil of the Desert Against the Son of Hercules (1964): The titular "Devil", Ganor, is a usurper to the kingdom, killing multiple people to get to and murder the Sultan so he can take control of the nation. Threatening to marry and rape the princess Soraya, Ganor also shows a penchant for tormenting and killing failed henchmen, later threatening to destroy the people of Soraya's rescuer Anthar, before deciding he will kill all the men and take the women as sex slaves for his city.
  • The Devil's Advocate: John Milton (aka Satan) runs an Occult Law Firm staffed by his demons and humans he corrupted, using the legal system to get violent criminals off the hook and spread corruption everywhere in the world, hoping that the Earth will become such a perversion that it will hurt Heaven and spite God. Having to work around the free will of humans, he subtly manipulates them to give in to evil instead. He rapes multiple women over the years so he can find offspring good enough to mate with each other and further produce The Antichrist. He drives Kevin's wife Mary Ann to madness and suicide, and rapes her for half a day, leaving her with scratch and bite marks all over her body. He later taunts his son Kevin with this crime in an especially vile Post-Rape Taunt. He brutally kills everyone within his company who tries to expose his crimes. When Kevin destroys his plan by killing himself, he kills his daughter to vent his anger by turning her into a withered husk.
  • The Devil's Backbone: The ruthless caretaker Jacinto is revealed as the murderer of the ghost boy Santi. Jacinto begins delving further into darkness when he is consumed by greed as he tries to steal gold that will go to fund the Republican loyalists against Franco. Burning the orphanage to try to kill everyone within and get to the safe containing the gold, Jacinto callously murders his own girlfriend Conchita before he returns to steal his treasure. Upon encountering all the boys there, he tries to kill them as well without any hint of remorse, just to feed his bottomless greed.
  • The Devil's Rain (1975): Jonathan Corbis is Satan's minister on Earth and the leader of a sinister coven that has been active for centuries. Seemingly burned at the stake centuries ago, Corbis lived and pursued the descendants of the man who sold him out and took a book that belonged to him, terrorizing the family the book currently belongs to by magically killing the father and torturing the mother into one of his hollow servants. When Corbis kidnaps the brother of Tom Preston and converts him as well, Tom finds the "Devil's Rain" which contains the souls of all of Corbis's followers, hundreds of them trapped in deathless agony and terror for centuries while their mortal bodies are reduced to waxen monstrosities neither alive or dead.
  • The Devil's Sword (1984): The Crocodile Queen is a vain, evil sorceress who coerces villages into giving her their men so she can rape them and turn them into dominated sex slaves, all while draining their life and youth to keep herself young. When one village displeases her, she sends one of her servants to destroy it, necessitating the heroes to find the mystical Devil's Sword to destroy her. Upon reaching her lair, the Crocodile Queen uses her powers to dominate the hero and turn him into her slave, showing his princess ally the husband the Crocodile Queen has turned into a slave, gloating how she will never cease.
  • Devour: Anne Kilton, who's actually Satan itself, seeks to find her son Jake who was taken away by a couple. With the help of her accomplice Aidan Kater, she creates an online game called the "Pathway". The players who aren't her son are possessed, compelled to kill people they hate, then kill themselves by self-mutilation. Unable to reveal herself to him until he kills someone, Satan seduces her son by using the identity of Marisol. During the film, she manipulates Jake, causes the death of his two closest friends, kills his uncle, then kills his adoptive parents before collecting their blood in a chalice. When Jake refuses to join her, Satan forcefeeds him with the blood of his adoptive parents then frames him for her murders.
  • Dick Tracy (1945): Alexis "Splitface" Banning is a sadistic Serial Killer who was convicted for murdering his girlfriend by a jury. After returning from prison, his handsome face ruined by a jagged scar, Splitface opts to take revenge on the jurors, hunting them down and slitting their throats with intentions to not stop until he has killed all of them. When he becomes annoyed with his partner, Professor Starling, Splitface gruesomely murders him as well, even taking Tracy's beloved Tess and their adoptive son Junior hostage with clear intent to murder them to get away.
  • Die Fighting (2014): Fabien Garcia is a stuntman-turned-director who desires fame and success. Writing and directing an ambitious movie titled The Price of Success, he coerces an actor to play the movie's villain, a sadistic filmmaker who forces Fabien and his stuntman friends to run a deadly gauntlet, pitting them against armed criminals and thugs, and forcing them to kill people, with every one of Fabien's friends dying in the process. To give his characters motivation, he kidnaps and ties up his own girlfriend and Lohan's wife. After killing Lohan himself, he later murders the Filmmaker's actor in cold blood, gleefully forcing Lohan's wife to cry on camera after revealing her husband's death. Claiming to be giving his friends a boost in fame, Fabien only cared for himself, viewing his friends as tools to further his career in cinema.
  • Dimension 5 (1966): Big Buddha is the vicious leader of the crime syndicate Dragon, intending to build a hydrogen bomb to blow up Los Angeles while having other agents opposing him assassinated. Buddha tries to have one of his minions killed before he can talk in interrogation, and has another one trapped in a box with no air en route to Hong Kong merely for undermining his authority. The film's Femme Fatale lead, Kitty, even reveals Big Buddha was the district executioner during the Rape of Nanking, executing men, women and children with glee—among the victims Kitty's parents, with Kitty herself tortured to near-death by Big Buddha before being left in the gutter.
  • "Dirty" Harry Callahan may use questionable methods, but the following Big Bads are much, much worse:
    • Dirty Harry: Charles Davis, better known as the Scorpio Killer, is a psychotic madman who kills for money, but mainly for his own amusement. After sniping a swimming woman, he demands $100,000 in payment or he will continue his killing spree. After he is foiled in another killing attempt, he murders a young boy and then tries to kill a priest, killing a police officer in the process. He then kidnaps a 14-year-old girl and buries her alive, demanding a ransom in exchange for her life. When Harry Callahan arrives with the money, Scorpio strikes him down and reveals that he was going to let the girl die anyways. The police find the girl, but are unable to save her life. Scorpio's final gambit is to hold a school bus full of children hostage, planning to kill them all. Upon being foiled by Callahan, Scorpio threatens to shoot a young boy fishing.
    • Sudden Impact: Mick is a sadistic rapist and the leader of a gang of criminals in San Paulo. Ten years prior to the events of the film, he and his gang brutally rape Jennifer Spencer and her sister, leaving the latter in an permanent catatonic state. He is later seen forcing a woman to have sex with him, with the woman clearly being in pain, much to Mick's sadistic pleasure. When he finds out that Jennifer seeks to get revenge for the rape, Mick decides to wait for Jennifer to arrive so he can kill her personally. After being busted out of jail by his men, Mick slits the throat of Harry Callahan's friend, Horace King, and injures Harry's dog, Meathook, before proceeding to viciously beat Harry and leave him for dead. Mick then kidnaps Jennifer, but not before he kills Chief Jannings, and plans on raping Jennifer again for old times' sake. A depraved and sadistic rapist who shows no concern for the lives of his own men, Mick is easily one of the vilest criminals of the series.
  • Disasternote  (2003): Maxwell is a wicked cult leader who seeks to purge the world of sin, starting with its sinners. When his fiancée Tracy leaves him after he blows up a cruise ship in front of her, he is determined to hunt her down. Finding her in Las Vegas, Maxwell takes over the hotel where she's working, kills multiple cops trying to enter it, murders Chief Hackett, and blows up the Vegas overpass to punish the police. Growing impatient, Maxwell kidnaps Kenny's daughter Jenna as leverage, promising to kill her should he not receive Tracy. With Tracy in hand, he leaves the heroes to die in the crumbled hotel, and travels to Hoover Dam with her, where he plans to blow the Dam and unleash a flood upon Las Vegas. With his final breath, he detonates the explosives, causing Vegas to flood and kill 168 people.
  • District 9:
    • Koobus Venter is a sadistic member of a special ops team who gets his jollies off murder, and relishes being able to kill without repercussion. Koobus guns down a prawn after it's been subdued and later leads a violent hunt for Wikus, with full willingness to kill whoever gets in the way. Koobus psychologically tortures the Prawn Christopher Johnson while beating him and threatens to kill him regardless of getting Wikus, gleefully saying he can't believe he's getting paid to do what he loves: he just loves watching the Prawns die.
    • Obesandjo, The Evil Cripple wheelchair bound leader of the Nigerian gangsters, sets up his racket in District 9 and distributes cat food to the aliens, which is like a drug that keeps them hooked. He also offers "interspecies prostitution," offering them human women. The worst, however, is when he has innocent aliens butchered, so he can eat their flesh and gain their power. When he captures Wikus, he fully plans to cut off his Prawn parts and eat them himself.
  • Disturbia: Robert Turner is a Serial Killer who moved into a suburban neighborhood to evade capture after killing several people in Austin, Texas. He builds a multi-layer Torture Cellar and killing lair underneath his house, with decaying corpses piled up all over the place. He seduces several women and invites them to his home before killing them, cutting up their bodies and disposing of them in garbage bags. When the teenage Kale Brecht discovers his true nature, he kidnaps and arranges to kill the boy's mother Julie and frame him for both that and the planned death of his best friend Ronnie. Turner also taunts Kale about the motivation being for believing his mother blamed him for his father's death in a car accident and forces him to write his own suicide note too. Turner further threatens Kale's love interest Ashley Carson both when she's stalking him and when she shows up to help Kale escape, and kills Officer Gutierrez, who arrives on the scene, by breaking his neck.
  • Disturbing Behavior: Dr. Edgar Caldicott is a ruthless psychologist who intends on remaking teenagers in his own image. Coming to Cradle Bay, Caldicott implements the Blue Ribbon program where he takes delinquent teens and brainwashes them, implanting neurochips to destroy their minds and turn them into stereotypical carbon copies of "wholesome" teens. The programming, however, is imperfect and they tend to rape and kill on a frequent basis, something Caldicott simply covers up before experimenting upon others. Caldicott is revealed to have destroyed his own daughter's mind along with many others in these experiments, callously throwing them into an asylum and claiming his daughter "wasn't that bright to begin with" anyways. Even after his Blue Ribbon army is destroyed, Caldicott tries to murder the heroes, claiming he'll start over in another town to satisfy his god complex.
  • The Divine Move: Sal-Soo, known as "Killer," is a ruthless underground Go player who opens the film by punishing two men who attempt to cheat in a game with him by torturing one and forcing his brother, Tae-Seok, to play for the other's life, even having Tae-Seok force-fed Go stones. Once Tae-Seok's brother fails to win, Sal-Soo murders his victim and frames Tae-Seok for the crime. Sal-Soo takes as a captive a young girl who is a Go prodigy to cheat his way through his own games, and frequently shows enjoyment in brutalizing others. When Tae-Seok is out of jail, Sal-Soo ends up eventually kidnapping his friend Cheater and tortures Cheater brutally, even forcing him into a game and breaking his fingers at the wrong moves before playing Cheater's mentor Drinking Christ and eventually stabbing the old man to death. When one of his own men loses a game, Sal-Soo cuts his tongue out. In the final confrontation with Tae-Seok, Sal-Soo makes a "point" to him by stabbing his love interest before attempting to kill him, too.
  • Dobermann: Commissaire Sauveur Cristini is a psychotic Dirty Cop who views his badge as a way to exercise power and cruelty. He's introduced intimidating a family of the criminals he's chasing, and makes his point by flinging a baby into the air. He violently attacks the families of those connected to his targets and murders one of their wives out of anger. When he gets his hands on his targets, he also wastes no time in giving them brutal deaths.
  • The Doctor and the Devils (1985): Robert Fallon and Timothy Broom are a pair of drunken thugs seeking extra cash to finance their partying lifestyle, and, when simple mugging and robbing do not satisfy their greed, the duo take to more murderous methods of moneymaking. Hearing of Dr. Thomas Rock's desire for fresh corpses to research as part of his scientific goals, Fallon and Broom begin murdering the weak, elderly, and homeless, then selling their bodies to Rock under the illusion they "found" them that way, raking in the dough as they murder over a dozen people. Once Fallon reveals his true nature of just enjoying the act of killing, attempting to murder two hookers with this mindset, Broom turns on his partner, pinning their crimes solely on Fallon and getting him hanged, all while laughing at the idea he could ever regret his actions. A pair of murderous goons whose desire for pure pleasure and partying overrode any moral qualms, Fallon and Broom were degenerates of the scummiest of orders.
  • Doctor Mordrid: Kabal was once Mordrid's sworn brother until his ambition grew and he betrayed the other sorcerers, who imprisoned him. He breaks free and escapes to Earth, after which Mordrid is sent to Earth to prepare for Kabal's arrival. Kabal kills a number of people to get the elements he needs to complete a ritual that will open the Hellgates in the Magic Dimension, setting his spawn loose upon mankind and turning Earth into a hellworld with Kabal as God-Emperor. Mordrid travels to the dimension to investigate, discovering that Kabal has slaughtered all the wizards in the garrison save for one guard whose eyes he gouged out. When two Satanists offer to help Kabal, he ritualistically sacrifices one of them. During the climactic battle between Mordrid and Kabal in the Museum of Natural History, the evil sorcerer revives a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton in the exhibit to kill innocent bystanders in an attempt to make Mordrid back down.
  • Dolan's Cadillac (2009): Jimmy Dolan is a ruthless human trafficker, first seen gunning down two of his own drivers, one Sex Slave who tries to flee and attempting to kill a woman, Elizabeth, who witnesses his crimes; burying the truck transporting the other women to suffocate them. Intimidating Elizabeth by leaving the corpse of a trafficked woman in her bed, Dolan later kills her by having her car bombed. Planning to bring in 80 sex slaves per day to the States, Dolan only caps at this number out of concern that Border Patrol will notice if he does more. Discovering Elizabeth's widower, Tom, trailing him, Dolan has him brutally beaten, leaving him alive only to enjoy the broken man's misery at the loss of his wife.
  • Dollars Trilogy has each film's Big Bad:
    • A Fistful of Dollars: Ramon Rojo, in his first appearance, along with his gang brutally massacres a Mexican army unit to steal their gold. He kidnaps a woman and forces her to live with him, claiming that her husband was cheating him at cards. He slaughters the rival Baxter family as they try to surrender to him, tortures "Joe" for helping the woman he kidnapped escape, and, towards the end, has Silvanito tortured when he thinks he might be hiding Joe and is about to hang him when Joe interrupts. He is also the brains of a gang of illegal rum-runners who keeps a stranglehold on the life of a small town.
    • For a Few Dollars More: El Indio is a Mexican Bandito who obtains a secret from his cellmate, and then kills the latter so that he can keep the information for himself. He forces a former member of his gang to listen to his wife and infant child being slaughtered, then forces him into a duel, which he rigs in his own favor. When he discovers that Colonel Mortimer and Monco are bounty hunters, he has them tortured, then sets them free, killing one of his own men and framing them for it; his plan is to have his gang and the bounty hunters kill each other, leaving all the loot for him. When Nino, the one gang member he'd planned to keep around is killed in front of him, El Indio displays absolutely no reaction, and he's ultimately revealed to have killed Mortimer's brother-in-law and raped his sister, driving her to suicide.
    • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Angel Eyes/Sentenza ("The Bad") from the original cut is a sociopathic mercenary whose only concern is making as much money as possible. In the opening scenes of the film, he tracks down and murders a man at another's behest. When his victim offers him money if he will spare his life, Angel Eyes replies, "Once I'm been paid, I always see my job through to the end." He kills the man and his son, takes the money, and reports to his employer...whom he promptly kills, since he wants to keep the gold he's found out about for himself. He proceeds to beat the information about the location of the gold out of a hooker. Later, he has Tuco tortured and watches with absolutely no emotion on his face. While this is going on, he has his men force the POWs to sing in order to cover up the sounds of their friends being tortured.
  • Don't Say a Word: Patrick Koster is the violent, short-tempered leader of a gang of professional robbers. He starts the movie by stealing a precious gemstone but he gets double-crossed by two of his men who escape with it. Wanting desperately to retrieve the gemstone, he starts committing various cruel crimes. He kills Russ, one of the members who betrayed him, by pushing in front of a subway train without even giving him the time to answer where the gemstone is, and does this in front of the victim's distraught daughter Elisabeth, shocking her for life and making her severely mentally unstable. He kidnaps Jessie, the daughter of child psychiatrist Dr. Nathan Conrad, in order to force him to obtain a six digit number (Russ's tombstone where the gemstone is hidden) from the now-grown-up Elisabeth. It's also revealed that that Koster long before kidnapped the girlfriend of Nathan's co-worker Dr. Sachs in order force him to acquire the number from Elisabeth, but he had her killed by breaking her neck even if the time he gave to Sachs hadn't passed yet. When Koster confronts Elisabeth he taunts her about her father's death. Even after having what he wanted he orders Nathan, Elisabeth and Jessie to be killed anyway. He kills one of his men simply For the Evulz after Nathan during a fight refused to kill him.
  • Door Lock (2018): Han Dong Hoon is a Serial Killer who easily obsesses over women, becoming violent when they reject his romantic advances. Starting by killing a woman while working at a hotel for tourists, Han made her death look like suicide and was transferred to an officetel, where he was responsible for multiple disappearances in the area. Setting his eyes on Kyung-min's neighbor, Han kidnapped her and amputated both of her legs, keeping her alive but barely conscious in a bed. Growing bored of his victim, Han found a replacement for her in the form of Kyung-min, killing the woman and dumping her dismembered body parts in a garbage can. Regularly invading Kyung-min's home in the middle of the night to sleep beside her naked, Han kills her innocent boss, another stalker who had been harassing her, and removes the leg of her best friend as revenge for trying to interrupt him. After kidnapping Kyung-min, Han gives her a chance to escape but informs her that he will cut her arms and legs if he catches her again, killing a police detective and mocking Kyung-min for having "too many men" around her.
  • Double Dragon: Koga Shuko, previously Victor Guisman, is a wealthy businessman who seeks to expand his control over New Angeles. Searching for the Double Dragon medallion to acquire its power, Koga sends his men to raid a village guarding the medallion, uncaring about the villagers' deaths. Converting Abobo into a giant, monstrous mook after he fails him, he blows up Satori Imada, and places a bounty on Billy and Jimmy Lee, seeking their other half of the medallion. Keeping his goons in suspended animation in his laboratory, he has them converted into cybernetic henchmen. Kidnapping Jimmy, he reveals that he murdered his father, and possesses him in order to kill Billy to take the other half of the medallion, threatening to kill Jimmy if he doesn't hand it over.
  • Downrange: The "Rifleman" is a Serial Killer who preys on innocent travelers using a sniper rifle. After disabling an SUV, the Rifleman gradually starts picking off the passengers and preventing them from calling for help so he can torment them, such as by shooting at one passenger's limbs and letting him slowly bleed to death. When a family sees the broken-down SUV as they're driving in their car, the Rifleman slaughters the family as well, including the adolescent daughter. After the police finally arrive, the Rifleman kills all the officers in a shootout, and attempts to stab Jodi to death after she finally manages to subdue him.
  • Dr. Chopper (2005): The titular Dr. Chopper is a rogue plastic surgeon who is a centuries-old man who has cheated death time and time again by killing innocents and harvesting their organs, all in the name of science and eternal youth. He opens the film kidnapping a couple and murdering them for their organs, twenty years later him and his nurses have occupied Lake Tatonka where it's shown they have killed dozens of people over the years. Upon giving his son, Nick, a deed to where he's located, Nick lures his friends to be experimented on and killed which Chopper does with glee. He kills Reese and ties up the rest of them before declaring that they must kill Jessica; when Nick disapproves of this, Chopper kills him before killing Tamara and Leslie.
  • Dr. Cyclops: Dr. Alexander Thorkel is a biologist seeking to perfect size reduction. Upon discovering an abandoned gold mine rich with pitchblende, Thorkel began to conduct his research. When Dr. Mendoza—Thorkel's former student and lab assistant—threatens to shut down his research, Thorkel exposes him to a lethal amount of radiation, causing his skin to ignite as well as his skull to glow. With his eyesight worsening, Thorkel invites three scientists to his Peruvian home; angered by their continual intrusion in his plans, Thorkel traps the group in a radiation chamber, and shrinks them. Seeing his victims as nothing more than lab rats, Thorkel kills Dr. Bullfinch upon realizing that the shrinking process was temporary. Chasing the group into the jungle, Thorkel blasts Pedro with the full gauge of his shotgun, and sets the grass ablaze in an attempt to kill the three survivors in one fell swoop.
  • Dr. Mabuse, the Gambler : Dr. Mabuse himself is a ruthless master criminal. When the local prosecutor gets too close to him, Mabuse tries to have him killed, and cares little when his lover and right-hand woman Carozza is captured. Playing on her feelings for him, Mabuse has her kill herself and even has the prosecutor's office bombed, having the loyal subordinate who did so shot as not to betray any of the doctor's secrets. Mabuse frequently eliminates those in his path, and when he takes a shine to a countess, he locks her up and manipulates her husband into suicide, with no care for the misery he leaves in his wake as he builds up his great empire of crime.
  • Dracula (1931): Count Dracula himself, beneath his easily-dropped mask of civility, is an undead nightmare and stands alone among Universal Horror's mostly sympathetic monsters without an iota of humanity to him. Dracula keeps the villagers around his Transylvanian estate in constant fear and dread of his name, feeding on the blood of innocents to kill them and rise them as vampires under his thrall with a harem of vampire women accompanying him in his crypt. In search of fresh blood, Dracula enslaves Renfield after he leases an abbey in England from him, massacring a ship's crew en route to England to cover his presence and feeding on innocents when he comes ashore. Dracula even bites Lucy, a woman who has nothing but intrigue for his odd mannerisms, and Mina Seward, trying everything in his power to take Mina for his own, trying to force her to kill her own fiancé John Harker and even strangling his loyal servant Renfield to death when he thinks he's betrayed him.
  • Dracula (Hammer Horror series): Dracula himself is the aristocratic, monstrous incarnation of all evil. A sadistic monster who preys on the innocent and rules the undead, Dracula debuts in Horror of Dracula, showcasing his evil by killing multiple innocent people and condemning the heroic Jonathan Harker to vampirism as a Fate Worse than Death. Constantly returning from the dead to kill more people, Dracula even enslaves women to be his mistresses and brutally tortures one of his servants for allowing victims to escape. Manipulating others into killing their loved ones for his amusement, Dracula later resurfaces in modern times, set against his nemesis van Helsing's Identical Grandson Lawrence. Dracula has a new strain of the bubonic plague developed, testing it out on people, and plans to spread it through the world at large to painfully exterminate all humanity. As a sadistic flourish, he plans to turn Van Helsing's granddaughter into his undead mistress while using van Helsing himself as a carrier for the plague. For all his charm and charisma, Dracula remains the true lord of darkness, endlessly returning to sow more misery and death in his wake.
  • Dragged Across Concrete: Lorentz Vogelmann is the leader of a group of violent bank robbers. Eager to steal gold bullion as soon as possible, Vogelmann had his partners in crime rob and murder random civilians so they could use the money to buy an armored van for the robbery. During the robbery, Vogelmann and his cohorts slaughter several bank employees when one of them tries to contact the police; castrate the bank manager; and take one of the survivors hostage. Vogelmann and his men later kill one of their getaway drivers and attempt to kill officers Brett Ridgeman and Anthony Lurasetti when they try to steal the gold from them. Vogelmann later threatens to kill the hostage's family if she doesn't murder the two officers, which results in the death of Lurasetti and the hostage.
  • Dragon Ball Evolution: King Piccolo is an evil Namekian who attacked Earth alongside Oozaru, bringing the human race to brink of annihilation before he was sealed away by seven mystics. Returning 2,000 years later, Piccolo decides to seek out the seven Dragon Balls with the intention of wishing for eternal youth, and then eliminating the human race in revenge for his imprisonment, beginning his search by destroying a village filled with innocent people. Piccolo would then attack Goku's grandfather, Gohan, in his home, before killing him by crushing him with the house's rubble. After Goku and his friends manage to retrieve the Dragon Balls, Piccolo has Mai steal them, nearly killing Goku in the process. When Goku transforms into Oozaru during his final confrontation with Piccolo, the latter has Goku attack his own friends, while also having him choke Master Roshi to death before he could re-seal Piccolo.
  • Dragonheart: At the film's start, Einon seems a youth in need of guidance by his wise mentor, but it is revealed that any honor Einon has is just a front to learn swordsmanship from Sir Bowen. After Einon finds his dying father, he just tries to wrench the crown out of the man's hands, showing what he will become. When mortally wounded, Einon is saved only when a dragon shares his heart with him, linking their lives. As King, Einon taxes and works the people without mercy and orders a man's eyes put out with hot pokers before casually killing him. Einon tries to rape that man's daughter later and when his mother tries to kill the dragon to stop Einon, Einon kills her with no remorse. While Bowen initially blames the dragon for Einon's change, it turns out Einon was always a monster and the dragon shared his heart to try to change his nature.
  • Dreamcatcher: "Mr. Gray" is the main agent of the Ripley and a vicious alien invader. Spreading an infection near the town of Derry, Maine, numerous people and animals become hosts to parasites that brutally eat their way out of the body when matured. Possessing the body of Jonesy and locking him inside his own mind, Gray murders Jonesy's friend Pete while Jonesy can do nothing but watch. Killing two other people for their vehicles and cheerfully infecting a dog, Gray intended to use the Ripley born from it to infect the entire planet.
  • Drifter (2016): Doyle is the leader of a group of psychotic cannibals that live within a small town in a post-apocalyptic desert. As a boy, Doyle brutally murdered his parents in their sleep as revenge for putting soap in his mouth for swearing. After the apocalypse, he created a gang by targeting specific individuals, killing their loved ones, and abusing them into loyalty. When Miles and his brother Dominic arrived in town, Doyle has his followers bring the two to him and makes the former watch as he kills Dominic with a baseball bat, later punishing his follower Vijah for helping them by biting off her ear and eating it. Doyle also attempts to make Miles into a follower by feeding him his brother's flesh, and invites him to dinner where Dominic's head has been mounted on the table to mock him, leading to Miles angrily killing one of his followers—who he watches die with little to no reaction—and then takes Vijah hostage after killing one of his own. Doyle tries to conduct himself as a polite and charismatic leader, but deep down he is a Psychopathic Manchild who never grew up.
  • Drive Angry: Jonah King is a satanic cult leader obsessed with his own power and leading a group of psychos slavishly devoted to him. He lured the criminal John Milton's daughter into his cult. After Milton's sudden death, King kills her husband, takes her baby girl—Milton's granddaughter—to use in a sacrifice, and forces Milton's daughter to give him a blowjob at gunpoint. She bites his dick off, after which he personally cuts off her head and keeps her femur as part of a cane he uses. When the resurrected Milton reveals King's status as a eunuch, King immediately shoots the only cultist who could confirm it. He also briefly kidnaps Piper, Milton's female companion on the ride, but when she proves too much trouble to convert, he decides to kill her and defile her corpse afterwards.
  • Drop Zone (1994): Ty Moncrief is a rogue DEA agent who hijacks a plane, killing over a dozen innocent people, and nearly destroys the airliner with hundreds aboard in order to escape. Killing multiple security guards and DEA agents along with way, Ty reveals his ultimate plot is to steal into the DEA headquarters with a hacker and download all the names of the DEA's undercover agents, before selling them out to the cartels and criminal organizations to be killed and tortured while he skips town with the money.
  • Duck, You Sucker(!) (aka A Fistful of Dynamite): Colonel Günther "Gutierez" Reza is a silent villain who, throughout the movie, doesn't express a single emotion beyond self-satisfaction. He tortures Dr. Villega into identifying various members of a crowd as revolutionaries, then has them shot in front of him, smiling a little wider with each body that hits the ground. He's also the man responsible for the deaths of Juan's children and father; leads an army—based on Italian fascist stormtroopers—that seems intent on killing or imprisoning everyone they meet; and, in the climax, guns down Mallory from behind.
  • Dune Warriors (1990): The vicious warlord William travels the Wasteland, controlling the water supply and killing as he desires. Opening the film with the slaughter of a settlement, William later murders several travelers and menaces the main settlement of the film to force them under his rule. When they resist, led by the wandering warrior Michael who has a grudge to settle with William, William happily tries to wipe them out as well to secure his power.
  • The Dungeonmaster: Mestema is an Evil Sorcerer who has spent the last millennium seeking a Worthy Opponent to his powerful magic, killing countless challengers along the way. His curiosity piqued by Paul Bradford's computer technology, Mestema kidnaps him and his girlfriend, forcing him to fight under pain of his death and his girlfriend becoming Mestema's Sex Slave. The wizard pits the scientist against seven challenges, gladly cheating and throwing his henchmen's lives away to win. His magic is also horrific, being powered by dead souls, reaching the millions for some spells. Mestema was cruel even in his childhood, spending one scene reminiscing about burning a cat alive for kicks. When Paul is about to win the last challenge, Mestema outright sabotages his car, just so he can win.
  • Dus (2005): Jamwaal is a ruthless terrorist mastermind who commits a series of murders to lay the groundwork for his master plan. Manipulating the heroes by assuming a new identity, Jamwaal tricks them into eliminating those in his path, before trying to kill them as well. Now believing he is clear, Jamwaal attempts to assassinate the prime minister of India by planting large amounts of C4 in a football stadium, seeking to kill over 25,000 innocent people to get what he desires.
  • Dust Devil: The unnamed Dust Devil is a malevolent wind spirit of formerly human origin. Possessing the body of an American man, he wanders the deserts of South Africa preying on any suffering humans he comes across, luring them into his grasp before killing them and dismembering their bodies and claiming their souls so he can cross over to the spirit world. With a prolific murder spree dating way back to the dawn of man, he appears to delight in bringing death and fear wherever he goes. He "saves" a woman on the brink of suicide and seduces her before attempting to kill her when she discovers his trophies, chasing her as she drives away and causing a collision that nearly results in the deaths of several bystanders. Later, he summons a sandstorm to try and kill her, and mortally wounds the cop searching for him before possessing the woman's body and leaving her ex chained down to die in the desert.
  • Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (2011): Vargas is the owner of the Corpus House, the biggest nightclub in New Orleans, who facilitated drug trading in his club. Introduced by knocking out one of the humans who is partying at his club, it was revealed that prior to the main story, Vargas murdered the wife of a supernatural private investigator, Dylan Dog, and framing the Vampire Elders so that he could secure his position as the leader of the vampires. Determined to get the artifact known as "The Heart of Belial", Vargas personally murders a werewolf that guarded the artifact, and when one of his vampire mooks accidentally exposes him and his clans to Dylan, Vargas then punishes him by burying him for more than twenty years. When Dylan and his undead friend, Marcus, obtains the Heart of Belial, Vargas then locks them in the crypt and gloats towards Dylan about his dead wife as he plans to use the Heart of Belial to summon a demon in order to make all of the vampires and humans bow down to him.
  • Eastern Promises: Semyon, the leader of The Mafiya, at first seems a nice old man, but it's later revealed he is a domineering, abusive and violent man who has little but contempt for his unstable, Ambiguously Gay son Kirill and also runs a sex-slave ring in addition to his usual criminal activities. He is also the rapist of a 14-year-old girl, having raped her out of disgust when Kirill couldn't do the deed. The girl, Tatiana, later dies in childbirth, and to cover his tracks Semyon tries to have the people looking into Tatiana's case killed and sends Kirill to drown the baby girl—Kirill's own sister.
  • Ebola Syndrome: Kai is a childish sociopath born with the gift of being an asymptomatic carrier of the Ebola virus. Introduced killing the members of a family after having been found having sex with the wife of his boss, Kai pours gasoline on the daughter and tries to burn her alive. Traveling to South Africa to avoid capture, Kai is employed by a Chinese restaurant and takes the opportunity to rape a dying Zulu woman, smashing her head with a rock when she vomits on him. Contracting the virus and becoming a male Typhoid Mary, Kai murders his new boss, his wife and a witness, dismembering their bodies and turning them into hamburgers to be sold to the clients, spreading the virus all over South Africa before returning to Hong Kong, where Kai begins another viral outbreak. Initially appearing to have reintegrated himself into society by starting a new life with his ex-girlfriend Har and her daughter, Kai takes the girl as his hostage when Har discovers his condition and cuts himself to infect even more people.
  • Eden: Vaughn, one of the lead Human Traffickers, is an unhinged, mood-swinging sociopath with a tendency to respond to any slight with extreme violence. Treating his charges like dirt when he's not prostituting them out, Vaughn routinely kills any girls who grow too old for the business and either tortures or murders those who get out of line. Once the titular Eden becomes Vaughn's trustee, Vaughn casually murders his previous one, flipping out and murdering his compatriot Bob in a fit of violence and later having the skull of one of the organization's lower members bashed in after he rats. The vilest revelation concerning Vaughn is the reveal he brings pregnant charges to his associate Mario to have the babies sold—a sentiment which rattles Eden and prompts Vaughn to force Eden to nearly shoot one of his charges under the threat of death as a test of loyalty. A mess of violence and impulsive rage at the best of times, Vaughn is far and away the worst of the already-reprehensible human traffickers in the movie.
  • Elephant: In this film based on the Columbine shooting, Alex is a cold-blooded rampage killer who attempts to massacre his entire school. Alex, along with his partner Eric, plan to bomb the school and gun down the survivors, which killing hundreds of people. When the bombs fail to go off, Alex and Eric settle for going room to room and shooting everyone they come across indiscriminately. When Alex and Eric regroup in the cafeteria, Alex kills Eric in cold blood, and proceeds to play a sadistic game of "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe" with a couple that had been hiding in the freezer. While Alex, along with his fellow shooter Eric, had been bullied by his classmates, Alex's actions appear to be motivated by little more than the desire to hurt others for fun.
  • Elite Squad: The Enemy Within: Major Rocha begins his reign of terror in Rio's slums by forming a militia and slaughtering anyone who won't give his men a cut of the profits. Any who resist the militia are executed, along with any witnesses. When Mathias, one of the Cowboy Cop heroes is getting info from a drug dealer, Rocha murders the dealer- and then shoots Mathias in the back. When two journalists get too close to the truth, Rocha tortures them, kills one, then has the other raped and killed before burning the bodies. When the main Anti-Hero gets too close, Rocha tries to kill him as well. A brutal thug of a human being, Rocha eclipses anyone else in the films for his violence and corruption.
  • Elysium: Agent C.M. Kruger is first introduced shooting down refugee ships full of men, women and children. We are then informed of his history of human rights violations, a reputation he proceeds to live up. He kills Max's allies and then when he tracks him to the home of his old friend Frey, he threatens and beats her in front of her daughter, mocking the latter to close her eyes as he claims he hates to commit violence in front of kids, before attempting to molest Frey. After Frey scorns him, he declares he'll make sure her daughter is never healed. When he's chastised for his failures by his superior Secretary of Defense Jessica Delacourt, Kruger simply murders her and then declares he'll take over Elysium itself to give it the ruler it deserves.
  • Empire of the Dark (1990): Arkham is the demonic head of the Prevenients, a cult that worships the demon Malleus. Desiring to summon him to Earth, Arkham has twenty women kidnapped and sacrificed to Malleus, one of whom being Richard Flynn's wife Angela, who he put in stasis. Seemingly killed, Arkham returns twenty years later to continue his plan, having already killed ten women. With Flynn slaying his members, Arkham kills one of his own men for failing to kill Flynn, then kills a woman to summon demon creatures to terrorize and kill anyone in their path. With Flynn on his trail, Arkham has Terry kidnapped and Madame Olesca beheaded, later summoning Malleus to kill Flynn with his final breath.
  • End of Days: Every millennium, Satan escapes from Hell in a bid to destroy the world by fathering The Antichrist and opening a portal to his own domain. In his opening scene, he possesses a New York businessman; makes out with his friend's wife in front of him; then blows up the crowded restaurant they were in. He later ditches the host when the body is close to death. He happily murders his minions and random strangers to blow off steam; crucifies a priest to a ceiling and later massacres a roomful of them; burns someone alive after the victim refused to kill his best friend; tries to rape the girl who was chosen to carry his offspring; and forces the hero Jericho Caine to relive the murder of his wife and child after he refuses to help the Devil in his plans.
  • Enemies Closer (2013): Xander is a drug kingpin who introduces himself by massacring a group of ICE agents seeking to investigate a downed plane that contains his drugs. Xander proceeds to kill any further agents who come to investigate, sending one of his agents to seduce the nearby hero, ex-Navy SEAL Henry Taylor, while also killing a nearby man to steal his boat to locate the heroin. When his own diver is injured, Xander smothers him to death and plans to force the heroes to locate the drugs. Xander captures and interrogates one of said heroes' friends before knifing him to death and threatens that if Henry fails to comply with Xander, Xander will torture and murder Henry and his son. When his agent is exposed, Xander calmly snaps her neck on the spot. Despite his quirks and superficial charm, Xander remains an unrepentant psychopath who is more than willing to kill anyone in his quest to recover his heroin.
  • Enemy Mine: Stubbs is the sadistic, swaggering master of the mines who takes multiple Dracs as abused slaves. Killing them when he desires, beating and starving them, Stubbs finds the young Drac Zammis and drags him to slavery, attempting to murder the hero Davidge when he tries to save his young adopted nephew. Stubbs works Zammis to near-death and later even attempts to kill him during a fight with Davidge just to gain an advantage and keep his operation going.
  • The Equalizer: Nicolai Itchenko, aka Teddy Rensen, is the Dragon-in-Chief for Russian gangster Vladimir Pushkin and stands out among the mobsters in his cruelty. He starts by brutally beating an Irish mobster to death, stating it to be about sending a message, something that scares even the Dirty Cop who works with him. Then he interrogates Alina's friend and fellow prostitute Mandy in her house, trying to pose as friendly before he strangles her to death. After Robert McCall receives information on him, it is stated that he executed two corrupt officers who worked with him by beating them to death and stuffing them in the back of a car with their testicles removed and shoved on their mouths. At the climax, he kidnaps and threatens to kill Robert's coworkers to force him to surrender. He is described as a "sociopath with a business card" which is fit: he openly admits to Robert that he sees being sentimental as a weakness and sees no gain in it. Robert breaks his long time promise to not return to his vigilante days just to deal with this man.
  • Equalizer 2000 (1987): Colonel Lawton is the field leader of the fascist Ownership's forces and a psychopath who will do anything to rise in the military hierarchy, including murder. Helping the Ownership in violently oppressing civilians and draining natural resources, Lawton was originally a major who was promoted after leaving his commanding officer to die and the officer's son, Captain Slade, to be captured by enemies; he took opportunity to pronounce Slade a deserter for disobeying direct orders and started a manhunt to have him executed. After drafting a group of men into his unit, Lawton burns a soldier alive for showing weakness. Finding Slade hiding with the Rebels by his side, Lawton orders his men to open fire and bomb the settlement, forcing them to go into battle even after witnessing what the Equalizer is capable of. After burning another soldier alive and getting his hands on the Equalizer, Lawton tests it on a treacherous subordinate and returns to the headquarters to overthrow his superior by killing him and two other soldiers, eventually killing Slade's Love Interest.
  • Equilibrium: Vice Council DuPont is the second-in-command of the Librian state under its founder Father. He presides over a totalitarian system in which all human emotions are forbidden and suppressed with a drug called Prozium. Any "sense offenders" who are caught by the elite Tetragrammaton Order are punished with immediate processing and incineration. DuPont executes a plan to destroy the anti-Librian Resistance once and for all by manipulating one of the Clerics to become a sense offender and deliver the Resistance and himself to DuPont on a silver platter for mass execution. This would normally make DuPont another totalitarian agent, but it's eventually discovered that Father has long since died and DuPont is in fact the real undisputed dictator of Libria. Moreover, he's a sense offender who considers himself to be above his own rules, freely indulging in art and literature behind the scenes. Unlike Father, who genuinely believed that he was creating a utopian society, DuPont has the moral conscience to understand the immorality of his actions, yet he knowingly and purposefully abuses the system simply to secure his own power by oppressing millions and slaughtering thousands for a crime he (and his Dragon, Brandt) commit all the time.
  • Erased (2012): James Halgate III is the narcissistic CEO of the Halgate Group. Attempting to cover up his selling of high-grade weaponry to African insurgents, Halgate manipulates members of a shell company he created into finding ways to bypass government security measures, and uses this information to break into a CIA black vault containing evidence of his illicit practices, having his men indiscriminately slaughter their way into the vault. Once he has the evidence, he orders his assassins to murder every employee of his shell company; only Ben Logan and his teenage daughter Amy escape. After Ben steals the evidence from him, Halgate has his most elite assassin coldly execute three innocent friends of the Logans and kidnap Amy. When his mole in the CIA turns on him, he has her stabbed to death, and goes on to offer to trade Amy for the evidence and Ben's life, intending to go behind Ben's back and have Amy and her grandfather killed anyway. An icy, callous psychopath driven solely by greed, James Halgate represents all the traits that Ben Logan despises.
  • Eraser: Undersecretary of Defense Daniel Harper and Marshal Robert DeGuerin are a greedy duo planning to sell powerful weapons to a known terrorist. DeGuerin acts as a mole within the Witness Security Protection Program (WITSEC), murdering witnesses to cover their tracks, including one he was charged to protect. When Marshal John Krueger catches on to the duo, DeGuerin drugs his drink, rendering him unconscious, and murders a WITSEC deputy with Krueger's gun, making the latter a fugitive. DeGuerin and Harper then go on to try to line their own pockets, apathetic to the fact they are risking global terrorism in doing so.
  • Escape Plan series: A series involving jailbreaks from Hellhole Prisons wastes no time reminding the viewer that these Wardens Are Evil:
    • Escape Plan: Willard Hobbes is the operator of "The Tomb", an illegal, privately run prison he boasts to be inescapable. Although his contracts require that prisoners be kept alive, Hobbes tortures inmates to near-death, locking the disobedient ones in a room with a powerful halogen light to painfully dehydrate their bodies. Unrelentingly cruel, when one inmate insults Hobbes he shoves a hose into the prisoner's mouth, stopping the water only just before he drowns, and lets his sadistic Dragon torture Ray Breslin around the clock. When the inmates begin to riot and Ray and his allies try to escape, Hobbes has his men use live ammunition on both the rioters and escapees.
    • Escape Plan 2: Hades: Jaspar Kimbral is the warden of Hades, an illegal prison designed to surpass "the Tomb". After Kimbral is fired from Breslin's team for getting a hostage killed, Kimbral spent a year building Hades and kidnapping hundreds of people, where he tortured them with electricity for information that would make him rich. Kimbral also forces the inmates to fight each other in order to break their willpower and sanity. Seeking petty revenge on Breslin, Kimbral gradually kidnaps members of Breslin's team, and repeatedly tortures them or forces the inmates to beat them to near-death. Even after Kimbral finally catches Breslin, he refuses to kill him, preferring to keep him and his teammates alive just so he'll have the satisfaction of watching them get abused by the inmates every single day.
  • Esther and the King (1960): Haman serves as the treacherous advisor to King Ahasuerus. He constantly manipulates the king to go to wars so that he could rule in his place. Under Haman's rule, people are constantly hanged for failing to pay their taxes. Haman later has the King's wife assassinated and orders all the Jewish virgins to be kidnapped for a King to pick a new wife. In the end, Haman manipulates King Ahasuerus into exterminating all the Jewish people, and nearly succeeds after framing King's Jewish advisor for a crime that he did not commit. Ruthless and power-hungry, Haman was as bad as his Biblical counterpart.
  • Everly: Taiko is a violent Yakuza crime lord who kidnapped Everly and forced her to become his Sex Slave for four years. When he finds out that she became an informant for the police, he kills the police officer helping her and leaves his severed head in a box for Everly to find. To further punish Everly, he sends some of his thugs to try and kill Everly's mother and daughter, before bribing several of his prostitutes to try and kill Everly. He later sends his own gangsters to do the same; once they all fail, he orders his sniper to kill Everly's mother. When Taiko's men finally subdue Everly, Taiko proceeds to briefly torture Everly and almost removes the tattoo from her back with a knife. Once Everly gets the upper hand and tells Taiko to commit Seppuku to prove his honor and "love" to her, Taiko instead uses the knife to assault Everly again.
  • The Evil Clergyman (from Pulse Pounders): The wicked former priest Jonathan and his familiar Brown Jenkin are a dark warlock and a hideous rat beast with a sinister MO: Jonathan seduces women, luring them into his clutches before driving them insane and murdering them or more commonly having them take their own lives so he can harvest their souls with Brown Jenkin for more power, while Brown Jenkin terrifies and abuses them into suicide. Having done this to numerous women, Jonathan seduces the main heroine of the film when she is approached by the soul of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who was beaten to death by Jonathan for attempting to stop him. Jonathan tricks his lover into suicide, giving her soul to Brown Jenkin and moving on to continue his dark work.
  • Executive Decision: Nagi Hassan is the second-in-command of a powerful terrorist group and a radical fanatic. When the group's leader El Sayed Jaffa is captured by the US military, Hassan and his men hijack a plane and demand Jaffa be released. However it is soon revealed that Hassan himself was behind Jaffa's capture and is using this hijacking as a pretext to set off a powerful nerve gas bomb in Washington DC. To prove he is serious, Hassan has a suicide bomber blow up a restaurant in London. When the US military frees Jaffa, Hassan wants to go ahead with his plan and kills one of his men for questioning this decision. When US fighter planes try to force the plane to land, Hassan kills a US Senator on board and threatens to kill a passenger every minute if the plane is not allowed to land in Washington. When Dr. David Grant and his team ruin Hassan's original plan, Hassan kills the pilots flying the plane, hoping that the plane will crash into Washington and set off the nerve gas bomb.
  • Exit Humanity (2011): Wicked, fanatical Confederate General Williams, a leftover from the Civil War bitter about his loss, schemes to take a cure from the living dead that now prowl America all as a means of glorying the South. Williams sets about pillaging, raping, and killing all in his path, turning to depraved experiments on the countless people he kidnaps to force them to be bitten by zombies to try and find one with an immunity, invariably resulting in their agonizing death and infection; he also threatens to toss his terrified doctor to the ghouls himself. When the hero Edward Young escapes with one of his prisoners, Williams ruthlessly hunts them down, murdering the sympathetic witch who took them in and explaining he'll never cease until he slams his definition of "order" down on Tennessee.
  • The Exorcist series:
    • Pazuzu, the ultimate source of everything wrong within the series, was an ancient demon who possessed the young girl Regan MacNeil in the original film, in the hopes of getting revenge on Father Lankester Merrin for exorcising him from a boy in Africa. Causing Regan to go into violent body spasms and staying in her "until she rots and lies stinking in the Earth," it is implied that Pazuzu causes Merrin to suffer a fatal heart attack, before it takes control of Father Karras in an attempt to dispose of Regan. In the second film, Pazuzu, among other actions, attacked an African town with locusts. Seeking to hurt Karras after the events of the first film, Pazuzu took the soul of the executed Gemini Killer and transferred it into Karras's body, thus setting off the Gemini Killer's further spree. In the prequel, Exorcist: The Beginning, Pazuzu systematically corrupted and killed anyone who arrived at the pagan temple, only leaving a sole priest in the process. Towards the end of The Beginning, all of the soldiers and the local tribes had killed each other due to Pazuzu's influence, leaving Merrin and a young boy as the only survivors. An obscene, destructive abomination, Pazuzu gleefully ruins the lives of everyone around it and has well-earned its status as an icon of horror.
    • The Exorcist III: James Venamun, the aforementioned Gemini Killer (a sobriquet he received due to his carving the Gemini symbol into his victims' hands), had his soul placed into the dying body of Father Damien Karras, but he was already evil before he was executed. While the body recovered, Venamun ended up in an insane asylum, where he used his powers to possess comatose or feeble-minded patients, murdering multiple people in hideously ritualistic ways, including a young boy. Venamun plans to kill forever and never cease, using Father Karras's body upon his exit to, as he says, kill the innocent and Karras's friends, all while Karras is forever trapped within the body, Forced to Watch the depravities his own hands commit.
  • The Expendables: Rogue CIA agent James Munroe is a drug smuggler and mercenary who is responsible for his partner, General Garza, transforming the island of Vilena into a Police State, using the people as labor in their drug operation. During his first scene, Munroe kills one prisoner, then derides Garza for his lack of spine, forcing the latter to murder a second prisoner in order to save face. When the Expendables raid Vilena, Munroe captures Garza's daughter, Sandra, who opposes her father's government, and has her waterboarded over Garza's objections. He contracts former Expendable, Gunnar Jensen, to kill the rest of the team, and when Garza turns on him following the Expendables' assault on Vilena, he shoots the general In the Back, kills the rest of his security detail, and tries to make good his escape, though not before instructing Paine and The Brit to torture Barney Ross, and taking Sandra hostage to use as a Human Shield. Caring only for his profits, Munroe is willing to wreck a country in order to increase them.
  • The Exterminators of the Year 3000: Crazy Bull is a bandit leader in a post-apocalyptic world where water is a precious commodity. Leading his gang, the Exterminators, across the wastes, Bull massacres anybody he sees trying to find a certain storage of water, including killing the father of Tommy, a young boy trying to find the storage area. After slaughtering a group of scavengers Tommy stowed away with, Bull interrogates the leader of the party, killing him when he refuses to divulge the water's location. He later encounters Alien, who stole his prized car, and Tommy, who happened to meet up with his nemesis. Alien cons his way out of the situation, and Bull decides to halve Tommy by tying him to motorcycles, with the lad only surviving because he's a cyborg. At the climax of the film, it's revealed that all the massacres were to cover up the fact that Bull controls the water plant, hoarding more water than he and his gang could ever need. After he's killed, his gang initiate a plan to blow up the water so nobody else can get it.
  • Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile: Ted Bundy is a charismatic psychopath who is arrested on kidnapping charges. Once evidence is found that suggests that he is responsible for a series of murders across several states, Bundy does everything in his power to charm the public and attempt to avoid justice from the ensuing murder trial. He escapes prison, brutally murdering two women and viciously attacking two more before being recaptured after savagely beating a police officer who pulls over Bundy, who is in a stolen car. In addition, Bundy exploits the love his girlfriend Liz Kloepfer has for him in order to convince her that he is innocent, not caring about the physical and emotional toll the stress from the trial is taking on her. When she can no longer stand by him, Bundy simply moves onto a more compliant woman, filling her head with the same lies he'd told Liz, while still attempting to contact Liz behind the other woman's back. Though Bundy maintains his facade of innocence for years, he eventually confesses to the murders of over 30 girls, including one as young as 12, cementing his status as one of the most infamous serial killers in American history.
  • Eye for an Eye: Robert Doob is a tattooed brute of a man who gets his pleasures from raping and murdering when he wishes. When Karen McMann is on the phone with her 17-year-old daughter Julie, she is forced to hear Doob violate and murder her. When Doob is acquitted in court, he later stalks, rapes and murders another innocent woman. Knowing Karen is on to him, Doob begins making overtures at her six-year-old daughter Megan while also intimidating Karen. Finally, Doob is lured into trying to kill Karen and her family, heartlessly informing her that her daughter was "a good fuck", before Karen guns him down in self-defense.
  • Eyeball (1975): Paulette Stone lost her left eye, resulting in her becoming envious of women with both eyes and turning into a Female Misogynist. Paulette became a Serial Killer, yanking out women's eyes before stabbing them to death. After murdering a woman, Paulette tried to frame another woman named Alma Burton. Failing in this attempt, years later, Paulette went on a killing spree, killing four women while again trying to frame Alma. When a reverend becomes suspicious of her, Paulette murders him and the woman that is with him. Paulette is about to murder a woman named Naiba Campbell, when the police arrive and shoot her.
  • Eyes of a Stranger: Stanley Herbert, known informally as the "Phone Freak," is a sickening combination of a Serial Killer and a Serial Rapist. Stanley's modus operandi is to harass and taunt women he targets over the phone, before he assaults them and ultimately rapes and kills them. Having already claimed three victims and made himself known as a feared psychopath around Miami, Stanley moves on to brutally murder and rape several more women over the course of the film, having no compunction over brutally killing anyone near the proximity of his murders to ensure a lack of witnesses. Stanley targets the reporter Jane Harris due to the fact she figures him out as the killer; to avenge himself and to spite Jane, Stanley breaks into her apartment, strangles her dog, and cruelly attempts to rape Tracy, Jane's blind sister, simply because she happened on the premises. Perverted, remorseless, and ultimately low enough to try and violate those helpless against him, Stanley is one of the most horrendous killers to ever grace 80's slasher cinema.

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  • Falcon Rising: Yakuza chief Hirimoto sets up shop in Brazil to abduct young girls from the favelas and sell them as sex slaves. When a social worker gets too close to the truth, Hirimoto beats her into a coma and attempts to murder her in the hospital later. When her brother, John "Falcon" Chapman, comes to look for those who hurt her, Hirimoto murders a journalist and initiates a purge of the local gangs to seize control of all crime in the area. He finally attempts to kill Falcon himself when Falcon tracks him down, revealing a warehouse full of kidnapped girls Hirimoto plans to throw into Yakuza-operated brothels.
  • Fallen: Azazel is a sinister demon that likes nothing so much as destroying the lives and names of good men. When Detective Hobbes crosses him, Azazel sets about targeting him by possessing Hobbes's mentally handicapped brother and making him commit suicide. Azazel possesses others, kills others in their bodies, getting them convicted of murder and jumps out just before the execution; leaving the victim to face death for crimes that they have no memory committing. Azazel destroys Hobbes's life and reputation and possesses people to continuously drive him mad from near paranoia. What's worse is Azazel has been walking the earth for thousands of years and his MO has never changed.
  • The Fantastic Four: Doctor Doom was once a friend of Reed Richards who was nearly killed and crippled by an experiment gone wrong. In vengeance, Doom spent the next ten years plotting the death of Reed and anyone associated with him. When the titular team gains their powers, Doom captures them and plots to drain them. In order to steal a diamond to power a laser beam, Doom massacres the Jeweler's gang and takes Alicia Masters as a hostage. Giving the Four an ultimatum of either surrendering to him or have New York City be destroyed by the laser, Doom starts a painful process to drain their powers, and plans to execute Alicia just to torment Ben Grimm. When they escape, Doom fires the laser at New York and confronts Reed once last time. Defeated, Doom lets himself fall just to rid Reed of the satisfaction of saving him.
  • Fargo: Gaear Grimsrud is a simply heartless monster who will kill anyone for little reason. Brought in for a simple kidnap and ransom job, Grimsrud demonstrates his cruelty by killing a cop because the man took too long to bribe, and then chases down and kills a couple who witnessed the murder, all without any expression. Grimsrud later loses patience with the kidnapping victim and kills her simply because her crying is getting on his nerves. When he has a dispute with a fellow conspirator over a car, Grimsrud just kills him with an axe and feeds his body into a woodchipper. When he's finally caught by the police, the heroine Marge Gunderson is left stunned how a human being could do the things Grimsrud has done for just "a little bit of money."
  • The Fast and the Furious series:
    • The Fate of the Furious: Cipher is a powerful cyber terrorist who plans to use the nuclear codes to bring the world under her control. First meeting Dominic Torreto in Cuba, she blackmails him into being compliant to her schemes and betraying his family by holding Elena and their newborn son hostage. With Dom, she attacks Mr. Nobody's headquarters and steals the God's Eye, where she has also caused Owen Shaw's descent into villainy, earning Deckard's hatred in the process. Cipher uses God's Eye to take control of hundreds of remote-controlled cars in New York and have them crash everywhere, causing widespread chaos and panic just to get the nuclear codes from the Russian minister. When Dom allows Letty to escape with the codes, Cipher has Elena killed in front of Dom and his child. When Deckard Shaw hijacks her plane, she crashes it before jumping out, fully expecting him to save Dom's son from falling to his death, while she escapes.
    • Hobbs & Shaw: Brixton Lore was once an agent for MI6 before betraying them to join the terrorist organization Eteon, killing his whole team and framing fellow agent Deckard Shaw for crime, forcing Deckard into hiding and becoming a criminal. Getting shot by Deckard, Brixton would be resurrected by Eteon and turned into a cyborg Super Soldier, becoming their chief enforcer carrying out their nefarious plans; one of which involves unleashing the super-virus "Snowflake" onto the world to eradicate one half of the world's human population. Pursuing Deckard's sister Hattie to retrieve the virus, Brixton would kill her whole team before framing her for the murders and attacks a CIA headquarters to kidnapped Hattie when she injects herself with the virus. Loosing Hattie to Deckard Shaw and Luke Hobbs, Brixton would torture Professor Andreiko about the trio's whereabouts and later tortures Hobbs and Shaw before Hattie rescues them, causing Brixton to travel to Samoa, hoping to kill them there.
  • Fatal Charm: Adam Brenner rapes and kills six women, and murders his traveling companion, John Walsh. After escaping from prison, he murders a couple and goes after Valerie, who believes he is innocent and has sent him letters during his trial. Adam breaks into Valerie's house and kills her mother and her mother's boyfriend before chasing Valerie down in an attempt to kill her.
  • Faust: Mephisto, stymied in his efforts to unleash the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse on the Earth, makes a bet with an angel, over whether he can corrupt the soul of Doctor Faust. Spreading disease throughout Faust's hometown-—and murdering a priest when the latter notices his presence—-Mephisto offers convinces Faust to sell him his soul in exchange for the power to heal his neighbors. When Faust's neighbors turn on him, Mephisto turns the doctor into a younger man, and takes him to Parma, where he forces the Duchess of Parma to fall in love with Faust, then kills her husband in a duel. He later forces Gretchen, an innocent girl, to fall in love with Faust, only to subsequently frame Faust and her for the murder of her mother and brother, resulting in her being burned at the stake, and Faust committing suicide.
  • Faust: Love of the Damned: M is the white-haired, infernal leader of The Hand, an occult Satanic criminal organization with ties to corrupt government officials that he uses to spread evil in the world. After ordering his goons to brutally murder the girlfriend of artist John Jaspers, he confronts Jaspers as he's about to commit suicide to give him "the power of vengeance" in the shape of a superpowered demonic form in exchange for his soul, intending to use Jaspers as his unwitting instrument of death. Jaspers refuses to kill any longer after slaughtering everyone at an embassy, so M has him Buried Alive. M's new plan then becomes to release the Homunculus, a giant demon serpent who will bring Hell on Earth. When Jaspers escapes, M kidnaps his Love Interest Jade to hurt Jaspers through his loved ones by brainwashing an honest detective investigating The Hand to lure her in. M reveals that in the past he raped Jade when she was only 11 by possessing her father's body so that he could indoctrinate her and later impregnate her as an adult with his demonic spawn, an act that he forces Jaspers to watch. No less ruthless towards any of his followers, he devours the corrupt police commissioner he's aligned with for questioning his leadership; briefly melts his Dark Mistress into a blob for displeasing him; and eventually incinerates her in a summoning ritual, and has his cultists sacrifice themselves en masse in the same ritual to summon the Homunculus. Even when his plan is foiled, he uses his contract on Jaspers's soul to bargain for the soul of Jade's unborn child with the promise of "releasing" Jaspers.
  • Fear: David McCall puts up the front of being an amicable and caring guy, but is in fact the entitled, and ultimately deranged, leader of a gang of violent criminals, with a lengthy criminal record of his own. Getting into a romantic relationship with Nicole Walker, David becomes possessively obsessed with her and forms a rivalry with her protective father Steven. David first shows his true colors when he jealously assaults Nicole's friend Gary and hits Nicole herself for trying to stop him, leading to their first breakup. When they reconcile, David frames Steven for physically assaulting him, and brags to Steven about taking Nicole's virginity. Nicole soon witnesses David rape her friend Margo at a drug party, leading to their permanent breakup, and David later intimidating Margo over what happened. David begins to stalk and at one point molests Nicole herself, before spitefully murdering Gary for standing up to him. David later leads his gang to the Walker's house, with the intent to kill Nicole's family—including her kid brother—and abduct her. During this they kill the family's dog and their guard, with David threatening to kill his gang if they touch Nicole, making good on it with one of his friends—despite the fact he previously raped said friend's girlfriend. David then plans to have Nicole watch as he kills her father as a twisted way of "giving her away".
  • Fear Dot Com: "The Doctor", Alistair Pratt, is a sadistic Serial Killer with delusions of nihilism. Kidnapping women, Alistair streams himself torturing them, possibly for days, until they beg him for death, with the vengeful ghost Jeannine having been one of his first victims. When the heroes arrive to save his latest victim, Alistair reveals he has already murdered a police officer, fatally wounds Detective Mike Reilly and takes his friend Terry hostage, intent on torturing her to death as well.
  • Fender Bender: The Driver is a Serial Killer who has killed dozens of women across the country. He rear-ends his victims to coax them into giving him their personal information. He then scouts their house, and waits until night to stalk and murder them. After killing them, he assumes a different name using his victim's last name and the first letter of their first name, then takes their money, which he uses to refill his gas tank when he's running low, and finally takes the next exit to claim another victim. The first time he makes his presence known in the movie, he stalks and kills a woman before departing with her license plate and a new alias. Then he rear-ends a teenage girl, and gets her personal information. Later that night, he murders her ex-boyfriend, then chases the girl and her friends through the house. The first one he stabs, then throws her out the window and runs her over when he sees she's still alive. He stabs the second victim, then goes after his intended target, who manages to fight him off. Narrowly surviving being bludgeoned, stabbed and burnt, he kills her, too, before assuming a new name and leaving to continue his murder spree.
  • The Fiend Who Walked the West (1958): Felix Griffin, a deliberate send-up to Tommy Udo in this Western remake of Kiss of Death, is little more than greed and sadistic, vengeful rage in the skin of an outlaw. A murderous, petty man who sees fit to bring death to people for transgressions as small as touching him, Griffin makes a prisoner eat ground-up glass and agonizingly die once he provokes him into attacking him, and murders the elderly, paralyzed mother of his former cellmate's colleague before murdering her son himself and taking his stolen money. Griffin uses his funds to purchase a new house and a housekeeper he abuses and eventually brutally murders, slaughtering a pair of policemen and eventually resolving to kill both his former cellmate and his family, planning to force him to listen as he tortures his wife—and possibly his young daughter—to death over a course of days.
  • The Fifth Element: Though the film is mostly light-hearted, it does have the vicious businessman, Jean-Baptiste Emmanuel Zorg, who abandons any semblance of humanity in the name of profit. Using the Mangalores to try and steal the stones of the four elements that would save the world from "Mr. Shadow", Zorg intends to allow Earth to be destroyed in return for payment from Shadow. Attacking a luxury ship to Floston Paradise, Zorg and the Mangalores kill countless innocents, before trying to blow up the ship and escape with the stones. Loyal to no one, Zorg also seemingly sells weapons to the Mangalores, only for them to self-destruct and kill them, and fires one million taxi drivers out of callousness during an economic downturn.
  • The Fifth Wave (2016): The Other commander possessing Colonel Alexander Vosch lacks his potential love for his family of his book counterpart, becoming a completely monstrous mass murderer. "Vosch" attacks Earth, raising oceanic tides and weaponizing the avian flu, to kill the bulk of humanity. Murdering the adults of a refugee camp, Vosch turns children into brainwashed soldiers, convincing them other humans are aliens, to wipe out the survivors as the titular "Fifth Wave". Fleeing Earth when his base is destroyed, Vosch takes his Child Soldiers with him, hoping to return to complete his genocide.
  • Fight for Us (1989): Kumander Kontra is a former freedom fighter who became disillusioned with the movement out of hatred towards "phony intellectuals", betraying the revolution to lead the anti-communist and government-backed paramilitary faction known as Orapronobis, helping the army in hunting alleged rebels of the New People's Army. Visiting the funeral of a man who had been hacked to death with a machete by the Orapronobis, Kontra mocks the man's son and murders the priest without warning. With the fall of the Ferdinand Marcos regime, Kontra is released from prison by the newly installed democracy and returns to terrorize the people, stopping a group of men returning from a basketball game and shooting all of them in the back. After throwing grenades at a refugee camp and killing the brother-in-law of Jimmy Cordero, Kontra rapes Jimmy's ex-girlfriend in front of his son before killing the two and massacring his captives in a fit of anger.
  • The Fighting Fist of Shanghai Joe (1973):
    • Stanley Spencer is a living tribute to the utter worst of America in the late 1800s. Spencer maintains his fortune through illegal slave labor, allowing Mexican immigrants into the country under the promise of legal jobs only to force them into backbreaking labor for his own profit, having his mercenaries slave-march them across the desert. If there should ever be any risk to the slaves being found, Spencer enforces that every slave be massacred to cover for himself, and has every escapee detained, tortured, and killed, a process repeated numerous times and one beholden by Shanghai Joe after he accepts a job offer from Spencer. Spencer tortures Joe and forces him to watch as he executes various prisoners to torment him, sends various horrible bounty hunters after his head after Joe escapes and humiliates him, and vows to execute a slave a day to get Joe into his clutches.
    • Scalper Jack is the most terrifying and evil of the aforementioned bounty hunters sent after Joe. An unassuming blond man, Jack shows how depraved he is by capturing a doctor friend of Joe's, torturing him for information before ultimately scalping him and murdering him. It is revealed Jack loves to collect scalps, having a huge amount of trophies that he treasures even more than money. Furthermore, Jack prefers to scalp his victims while alive and conscious. After torturing Joe into submission, he captures Joe's girlfriend Cristina, planning on scalping her while she is awake to feel every moment before moving on to Joe.
  • Final Girl: Jameson is the leader of a group of teenage psychopaths whose favorite pastime is taking girls into the woods and hunting them for sport. Jameson himself has a body count surpassing twenty, with a focus on attractive young blond women. We first see him gun down a waitress named Gwen before he is later approached by the heroine Veronica. After taking her into the woods, Jameson informs her of the game and says the only reason he won't rape her is that women don't run as well after such an assault. When Veronica drugs and kills his three friends, Jameson is simply amused and offers to team up with Veronica on a cross-country killing spree.
  • Firestorm 1998: Randall Alexander Shaye is a consummate liar, backstabber, and quick-witted criminal ready to kill anyone if it will benefit him. Shaye was originally incarcerated when he buried seventeen people, including his own men, alive in a robbery which netted $32 million, which Shaye stashed away before being arrested. After arranging for a massive wildfire to be set outside the prison, Shaye murders the man set to split his finances and assumes his identity, breaking out with four other prisoners he's promised to share the money with and leaving a busload of people to die in the fire. Shaye takes a birdwatcher named Jennifer hostage and physically abuses her whenever she gets out of turn, and gradually betrays and murders each member of the breakouts, always ready with a sob story or a snappy line to save face. Shaye ultimately kills Wynt, the mentor of firefighter Jesse Graves, in the final confrontation, before attempting to gun down Jesse himself and ride out with Jennifer. Shaye's calm, low-voiced demeanor perfectly disguised the self-concerned psychopath within.
  • Firewall: Bill Cox is an intrepid thug who comes off as sophisticated and smooth-talking, but it's a façade that hides his truly cold, brutal and sadistic nature. Cox and his men take Jack Stanfield's family hostage in their own home as a means of forcing Jack to help rob the bank that he works at. Cox reveals himself by taunting Jack about his abducted daughter. He uses a "too many mistakes" excuse to kill one of his own men; tricks Jack's son Andy (who has a peanut allergy) into eating a cookie with peanuts and ruthlessly withholds his EpiPen to further force Jack's cooperation; kills Jack's friend Harry to make Jack look culpable and even more guilty in the robbery; intends to kill the family anyway after saying earlier that he'd let them all live (there are already freshly-dug graves at the hideout); and kills his man who is the only one sympathetic to the family when he sticks up for them. Finally, in a final act of spite, he fights, beats, and nearly succeeds in killing Jack.
  • Fire with Fire: David Hagan is a vicious neo-Nazi gang leader who promotes murder as a way to get into his brotherhood, and makes a specialty out of murdering the loved ones of those who get on his bad side. Having previously claimed both Lt. Mike Celia's partner and the partner's wife after a failed attempt to capture him, Hagan opens up the film murdering the teenage son of a store clerk and then shooting the clerk dead while he's begging his son to get up. Once the sole witness of this crime, Jeremy Coleman, agrees to testify against him, Hagan orders a hit on Jeremy and his fiancée and threatens to murder everyone close to both Jeremy and his fiancée. He utterly ruins their lives before trying to kill them, proving his point by violently beating Jeremy's best friend to near-death with a baseball bat. A ruthless sociopath, Hagan murders everyone who crosses him, alongside anyone they consider precious to them, and utterly delights in terrorizing anyone who stands against him.
  • Firestarter 2: Rekindled: In the sequel/reboot of the first film, John Rainbird is a death-obsessed psychopath and hitman for the Department of Scientific Intelligence, before he rose through the ranks; he gains young Charlie McGee's trust and friendship by posing as a friendly janitor, before later killing Charlie's father, with it being revealed he killed her mother too. Years after his seeming death, Rainbird continues the experiments on several boys, grooming them to be soldiers for his cause; he masterminds a conspiracy to track down and kill survivors of the original Lot-6 experiments. His obsession with Charlie becomes more twisted as he tortures her boyfriend Vincent, asking intimate questions while sniffing her discarded bra. Rainbird also has one of his hitmen killed for failing to catch Charlie. Rainbird reveals that his true plan to "test" the boys' powers is to have them incite a massacre on a small town in hopes of forcing Charlie into confronting them, committing mass murder and destruction; during the chaos, he kills his seeming superior, and when Charlie confronts them, Rainbird kills Vincent, fully expecting and hoping to get such an emotional response that Charlie would wipe out the town with her powers.
  • First Knight: Prince Malagant is a former Knight of the Round Table who once served King Arthur of Camelot, but turned rebel out of jealousy for the king. He and his followers frequently raid and burn villages to the grounds. Later, he and his knights capture Arthur's fiancé Guinevere and use her as a hostage for Arthur to give up his throne. In the end of the film, Malagant invades Camelot with his men and forces Arthur to bow before him or else he will die and Camelot will be torched. Once Arthur defies him, Malagant sees him fatally injured and dies furiously ordering his men to burn Camelot to the ground. Malagant also employs full use of We Have Reserves when he sacrifices a wave of soldiers just so Guinevere’s guards are out of position when the second wave hits.
  • The First Power: Patrick Channing is a satanic Serial Killer who makes a pact with the devil for supernatural power. With a huge string of corpses behind him, Channing offered the deaths to Satan by carving a pentagram into every victim, earning him the name "The Pentagram Killer." After being caught and executed, Channing revives and continues killing with the added twist that he now aims for revenge against the cop who caught him. His aim after that is simply to keep killing as many people as he can forever, with the added twist he can possess others as well.
  • Fist of the North Star: In this live-action version of the manga and anime, Jackal note  is The Dragon to Lord Shen, whom he surpasses in evil. When Shen orders Jackal to capture the inhabitants of a village so he can use them as slaves, Jackal and his gang kill many of the villagers before beginning to capture any. On the way over to the work camps, Jackal orders one of the slaves to be killed because the slave tried to suck up to him and Jackal hates brown-nosers. When a little girl stands up to Jackal, he orders her to be beheaded in a guillotine. Finally, when Shen gives Jackal the order to keep his wife hidden during the climax, Jackal hints that he will rape and/or torture her instead, and tries to beat her to death when she tries to escape him.
  • Fists of the White Lotus (1980): The White Lotus Chief is the head of the White Lotus Cult, a fanatical and criminal organization that he uses to enact his evil crimes. Opening the film by having a group of ex-convicts massacred before doing the same to an entire temple of people, the White Lotus Chief reveals that both were in an attempt to kill just two siblings so as to restore his honor after said brothers killed one of his old classmates. After successfully killing one of his targets, the White Lotus Chief orders all of his enemies across the land to be killed, notably leading to a charity event's defenseless patrons being slaughtered while they are trying to rebuild a temple. The White Lotus Chief shows no remorse for his own soldiers when he accidentally kills them during battle, and takes sick enjoyment from drawing out the deaths of his opponents by hitting them in their pressure points, then "letting" them flee, only for them to drop dead soon after.
  • The Five (2013): Oh Jae-wook is a depraved Serial Killer with a predilection for turning his victims' remains into "art". Jae-wook kidnaps and sadistically dismembers young women, strangling them to death to make the process easier, then uses their various bones to carve dolls, all while using the best pieces to further craft his masterpiece he calls the Angel. When realizing that a young teen girl recognized him luring one of his would-be victims out of a shop, Jae-wook follows the girl home, where he brutally beats her father and mother, the former to death, then forces the latter to watch as he strangles her daughter to death in front of her. Continuing his spree following this, Jae-wook soon learns that the mother he assaulted in the attack, Go Eun-ah, has assembled a team to take him down, and Jae-wook promptly turns the tables on the group, chopping one up into pieces while leaving another on a conveyor belt to be bisected by a buzzsaw. In the end, Jae-wook takes sick pleasure in mocking Eun-ah over her family's death, and tries to personally take a saw to her skull and use her for yet another of his dolls.
  • Five Deadly Venoms: Zhang Yiaotian the Centipede and Gao Ji the Scorpion are the renegade students of the Venom Clan who seek to steal its accumulated wealth. To this end, Scorpion manipulates Centipede and his comrade the Snake (who is a villain only because of his loyalty to Centipede) into assaulting a household to locate the treasure; the two slaughter everyone except one, with Centipede violently torturing the last survivor before killing him. Scorpion and Centipede later pin the crime on the heroic Toad and have him tortured and killed before eliminating any witnesses to the crime. Scorpion sets up Centipede and Snake to face the heroic Lizard as well as the final student of the Venom Clan, so that he can exterminate all who know of him and take the treasure for himself. When Scorpion betrays Snake and strikes him down, Centipede simply takes Scorpion's side in the coming duel with the heroes. Both men are driven by nothing more than an insatiable greed and their own egos.
  • Five Element Ninjas: Cheng Yun Mudou is the teacher of the titular Five Element Ninjas, and wishes to be the ruler of the martial arts world. Seeking to wipe out the competition, Cheng Yun Mudou collaborates with Chief Hong to defeat Yuan Zeng's class. Mudou kills Zeng's class before burning Zeng to death, with Tian Hao being the only survivor. Mudou then betrays Hong and murders him and his class to take their place as well. When Hao escapes from Mudou's clutches, he has his female spy, Shenji, threatened with execution before sentencing her to hard labor. He later battles Hao and his new martial arts students, and succeeds in killing Hao before his own death.
  • Five for Hell (1969): SS Standartenführer Hans Müller is an officer dedicated to wiping out enemies of the Nazi regime. Liquidating dozens of Partisans by having them rounded up, tortured and shot, Müller also lusts after Helga Ritter, the double agent for the Americans. Coercing her into a sexual relationship, Müller continues to have mass executions and later executes Helga when he finds out. Upon capturing one of the Americans, Müller defies the laws of prisoners to try to gun him down for sport.
  • Flash Gordon (1980): Ming the Merciless is the tyrannical emperor of planet Mongo. Every thousand years, Ming tests the life forms of the universe, terrorizing any planet he comes across with natural disasters. If he is recognized as responsible for these catastrophes, he deems the planet and its inhabitants a threat to his rule and destroys it. Setting his sights on terrorizing, and ultimately annihilating, Earth, Ming plagues the planet with natural disasters, causing mass chaos and destruction. The inhabitants of Mongo fare little better under his rule, as Ming is quick to kill them and destroy their kingdoms should they displease him. When earthlings Flash Gordon, Dale Arden, and Dr. Hans Zarkov are brought before them, Ming lusts after Dale and attempts to force her to be his concubine, ordering Flash executed when he stands against him. He later attempts to brainwash Zarkov, all the while gloating about his plans to destroy Earth. His cruelty extends even to his own daughter, Aura; when he discovers that Aura has helped Flash escape his kingdom, Ming has no qualms with allowing his men to torture her to extract a confession. Upon locating Flash at Sky City, Ming has the kingdom obliterated, before attempting to force Dale to marry him, mentioning his plans to cast her off once he's grown weary of her.
  • Flesh for the Beast: John Stoker is a wealthy man who acquired Fischer Manor, only to learn that it's haunted by succubi who torture and murder everybody who walks through the door. Figuring out that there's an amulet somewhere in the house that can control them, Stoker starts hiring paranormal researchers to find it in the hopes of making the succubi his sex slaves, leaving them to be killed by the succubi when they inevitably fail, totaling 30 victims at the start of the film. When Erin Cooper comes closest to finding the amulet, Stoker holds a gun to her head to make her talk and then leaves her to die like all her friends.
  • Flowers in the Attic
    • Corrine Foxworth is a greedy mother who doesn’t care at all about her children. Before the story began, Corrine ran away from her parents to marry her uncle and later had children with him. When she later hears the news of her dying father's inheritance money, the now-penniless Corrine takes her children to her father’s mansion after her husband’s sudden death. Because the only way she can inherit her father’s money is if she never had any children that he knew of, Corrine conspires with her abusive mother, Olivia Foxworth, to kill her children by locking them in a room, forbidding them from ever leaving, and slowly killing them off by both feeding them only cookies laced with an arsenic sugar, and simply starving them for months. While at the mansion, Corrine proceeds to indulge in her new lifestyle, and later decides to marry a young lawyer, showing that she never really cared for her previous husband. When her youngest child, Cory, starts getting sick from the cookies, Corrine feigns sadness and calls an ambulance. Instead, she disposes of Cory's body, hoping no one will find it. When her children manage to escape the attic and arrive at her new wedding, Corrine pretends that she doesn’t know them. Corrine is a horrible excuse of a mother fueled by greed and a desire to live a rich and luscious life.
    • The aforementioned Olivia Foxworth is a brutish religious fanatic who tortures and abuses her grandchildren for whatever she perceives as "sinful." She whips her daughter, Corrine, for running away with her husband’s brother, and locks her grandchildren up for being Corrine’s incestuous offspring. She helps Corrine with her plan to kill the children by feeding them cookies with arsenic sugar every day until they start feeling sick, as well as starving them. She does this not for her husband's inheritance money, but to make them suffer. She’s particularly cruel to her grandchildren, Cathy and Chris: when she sees them sleeping together in a bed, she smashes Cathy’s music box right in front of her; when she catches them innocently bathing together, she proceeds to lock Chris in a closet and abuse Cathy, chopping off a part of her hair. She then locks her grandchildren in the attic for months, which is far more cramped and unsafe to live in compared to their previous room. Sociopathic and cruel, Olivia proved to be just as evil as her daughter.
  • The Fly II: Dr. Anton Bartok is a corrupt technology business magnate who will do absolutely anything for money and power. Veronica, Seth Brundle's lover from the previous film, has been implanted with Seth's mutated offspring. Bartok lies to her and Stathis about the incredible danger, and she dies during the birth. He keeps the seemingly normal infant, now named Martin, as a test subject until his mutations will reappear. He presents himself as a fatherly figure to Martin while manipulating him for his own ends. He uses a lab dog that Martin grew attached to for the telepod experiments, and when the experiment fails, he keeps the mutated creature alive in agony for years for further study. When Martin grows up at an accelerated rate he gives Martin a private home for himself and allows him to make some human contacts, but installs secret surveillance to continue observing him. He wants to use Martin's unique physiology to control the morpology of all life on Earth and make his company truly hegemonic.
  • Footsteps (2006): Larry, the Cameraman, and Paul are a trio who run a snuff filmmaking organization. Larry serves as the organization's boss who allows snuff films to be shot in his headquarters and gives guidelines for his films, while Paul lures drugged people to participate in his films as the murderers, with the Cameraman gleefully filming the whole event and willing to kill both murderer and victim should things go poorly. When he's not disposing of the bodies, Paul also acts as the company's Loan Shark, threatening people with torture should they be late on their payment. When a woman name Michelle doesn't pay up, Paul kills her and mortally wounds her boyfriend Dean.
  • The Forbidden Kingdom: The Jade Warlord is the ruthless immortal general that rules over Five Elements Mountain and the Chinese kingdom. Once serving under its ancient ruler, the Jade Emperor, the Jade Warlord was angered when the party-crashing Sun Wukong insulted him and attempted to defeat him in combat to prove his superiority. When that didn't work, the Warlord tricks Wukon into laying down his magical staff and turns him to stone rather than lose to him. The Jade Warlord spends the next 500 years invading each region, slaughtering innocent people and mortals in order to find the staff, and killing those who defy him, like Golden Sparrow's parents who he completely forgot about. When Jason Tripitikas comes to him demanding the elixir for the staff, the Warlord has him fight his henchman, the witch Ni-Chang, in a one-sided battle, mocking him for thinking he ever stood a chance. The Warlord then attempts to destroy the staff so Wukong will forever stay as stone and to prolong his tyrannical reign over the land. Portraying himself as a powerful god and king above mortals, the Jade Warlord in truth is a vain and petty psychopath.
  • The Forsaken: Kit is one of the last of the Forsaken, and by all evidence, may very well be one of the most sadistic. He kicks off the plot by breaking into a young woman's house and murdering her parents, then biting her before ordering one of his underlings to kill her. When he is insulted by a partygoer, he rips out his heart and slaughters everyone else at the party. During his pursuit of the heroes, Kit and his underlings murder a motel owner as well as a couple of good Samaritans on the road. With his underlings all dead and the dawn rapidly approaching, he torments the girl he bit and attempts to coerce the hero into becoming his new day driver.
  • Four of the Apocalypse (1975): Chaco is a ruthless gunman and bandit who ingratiates himself with the titular four and joins them on their journey. First displaying his sadism by flaying a captured lawman, Chaco soon after turns on the quartet, raping the sole female of the group, Bunny, and fatally shooting one of them before leaving them for dead. Joined by his fellow outlaws, Chaco callously slaughters a group of peaceful evangelists, including the children, in order to steal their supplies. When he later finds himself at the mercy of Stubby, one of the men he previously left for dead, Chaco spends his last moments taunting him over Bunny's rape before being gunned down.
  • Foxy Brown: While ostensible Big Bad Katherine dearly loves her boyfriend Steve, Steve himself only seems to try to use her for the prestige and power it gives him in the organization. Steve participates in hooking women on drugs and having them prostitute themselves with no recourse for freedom, murdering Foxy Brown's lover when he investigates them. Troublesome women are addicted to harder drugs and sent to brothels to be used and eventually killed in short order. When hunting for Foxy, Steve also murders her brother and his girlfriend, letting little stand in the way of his hunt for profit.
  • Frankenstein's Army: Dr. Viktor Frankenstein, the grandson of the more famous Frankenstein, is working to make an army of nightmarish cyborg zombies, ostensibly for the Nazis but in reality to purge the world--minus himself--of free will. To create his minions he massacres soldiers and civilians alike—even slaughtering a convent of nuns in order to convert their church into a zombie factory—and uses both dead and living subjects—including children—though he feels fresh meat is more effective, and for no reason other than his own depravity extracts parts from his subjects while they're fully conscious. While he claims efficiency as a goal, most, if not all, of his creations are just twisted amalgamations of flesh and machine parts with no apparent purpose beyond inducing terror and slaughtering all in their way.
  • Freedom Strike (1998): Colonel Rama of Syria intends on sabotaging a peace treaty with America and seizing control of his country. Rama organizes an assassination attempt of his own president to frame the Americans and take over, before invading a nuclear facility. Killing most of the people there, Rama obtains the nuclear weapons and intends to unleash them upon America while restarting a pointless war, not caring if the world burns as long as he gets to stay in charge.
  • Freeway: Bob Wolverton is an obvious stand-in for The Big Bad Wolf in Little Red Riding Hood. A sadistic murderer and pedophile known as the "I-5 Killer", Bob abducts troubled young girls off the freeway and, after gaining their trust, proceeds to rape and murder them. Kidnapping his latest target, Vanessa, Bob taunts her about her sexual abuse she received from her stepfather, before being shot by her, leading to his disfigurement. Seeking revenge, Bob drives to Vanessa's grandmother's trailer, where he proceeds to kill her. When Vanessa arrives, Bob immediately tries to gun her down, shooting a bystander in the process when he walks in on the scene. When asked why he kills, Bob justifies himself by claiming that his victims are garbage, showing a total Lack of Empathy or remorse for his actions.
  • Frenzy: Bob Rusk, despite his veneer as a kind-hearted, jovial, and upstanding citizen and good friend to Richard Blaney, is in actuality a sexually sadistic psychopath who moonlights as the infamous "Necktie Murderer". Rusk rapes and then strangles his female victims with his tie, proclaiming that "all women are the same" and denouncing them for not fulfilling his perverse urges. Revealing his true colors to Richard's ex-wife Brenda, Rusk forces himself on her before violently strangling her to death. Rusk later lures Richard's lover Barbara to her death, and uses the dead woman's clothes to frame his old friend for the murders. When confronted by Richard and Chief Inspector Oxford, Rusk is in the process of disposing of the corpse of yet another victim. Completely bereft of compassion and remorse, Bob Rusk is only able to mask his true self with superficial charm, and deep down is an utterly callous and twisted individual who kills for his own pleasure.
  • Frequency: Jack Shepard is a cop who moonlights as the Nightingale Killer, a Serial Killer who targets nurses, strangling them to death and stealing their jewelry. By 1969, he had already murdered three women this way, and when John Sullivan, a cop in 1999, prevents his father Frank from dying in 1969 note , he also inadvertently causes his mother, a nurse, to save Jack Shepard's life, allowing his murder spree to continue. By 1999 in the new timeline, Jack had murdered 7 more women, including John's mother, who had saved his life, and Jack's own loving mother. Frank and John attempt to stop the murders in the past, but Jack catches on, beating up Frank and stealing his driver's license to place on his latest victim and frame Frank for the murders. Near the end of the film, he attacks both John and Frank "simultaneously" in 1969 and 1999, and after handcuffing Frank, attempts to rape his wife. When Frank frees himself and aims a shotgun at Jack, he takes a young John hostage, threatening to snap the kid's neck.
  • Friendly Beast (2018): Inácio is a chilling sociopath who can only care about his reputation. Believing his best employee, Djair, had plotted against him by sending a pair of criminals to rob his restaurant, Inácio kidnaps the people inside his restaurant after shooting one of the robbers and murders a woman who had been molested minutes prior. Slitting the throat of the other robber, Inásio attempts to frame Djair for the murders by forcing him to speak with the police and confess. When a man tries to reason with him, Inácio simply beats him to death. Shortly after revealing his plan to cook the remains of his victims and serve them to his clients, Inácio tests his accomplice by giving her a toy pistol and ordering her to shoot a man for him, calmly killing him in front of her and stabbing her with a stiletto when she aims the gun at him instead.
  • Fright Night series:
    • Fright Night (2011): Jerry Dandridge stands in stark contrast to the original film's charming and likable monster. The film opens with Jerry having slaughtered a family, including the teenage son, out of suspicion the boy was spying on him. Jerry reveals himself as a savage predator who kidnaps and feeds on people, keeping them locked up in his private larder. When Charlie Brewster tries to rescue a woman Jerry held hostage, Jerry had been toying with them both and had already turned her, letting her die in the sunlight solely to mess with Charlie. He's more than happy to tear the throats out of innocent bystanders and turns Charlie's girlfriend into a vampire in front of a helpless Charlie, and later mocks him as he makes out with her. While Dandridge in the original held a certain elegance, the remake's version is nothing more than a savage, sadistic predator.
    • Fright Night 2: New Blood: The vampiress living under the assumed name "Gerri Dandrige" is none other than Elizabeth Báthory, the blood countess. After being turned, she acquired a body count in the hundreds over the centuries, as well as frequently bathing in the blood of her victims to restore her youth and beauty. In the present day, she works at a university in Romania for easy access to new prey, in addition to engaging in frequent hunts elsewhere and luring women to her apartment to drain their blood. When she discovers that Amy's blood has the power to make her impervious to sunlight, she turns her and arranges for her to kill her boyfriend Charlie as part of the ritual. While she didn't become a vampire by her own choice, there is no indication that Gerri feels anything other than joy at being a monster.
  • Frightmare (1983): Conrad Radzoff is a horror actor with a penchant for Disproportionate Retribution. When filming a commercial, he pushes the director off a balcony for criticizing his performance. When he falls ill, he smothers his agent with a pillow before dying. He's resurrected by Black Magic after his body is stolen by a group of drunken fans, and proceeds to murder them one by one. He uses such brutal methods as burning them alive and slowly crushing them with his coffin. After cremating one of his victims, his wife comes to rob his body, so he suffocates her with a wad of money and implies that he'll rape her in Hell.
  • From Beyond: Dr. Edward Pretorious is a sadomasochistic Mad Scientist seemingly munched by an outer-dimensional creature through the use of his device the Resonator. Far from dead, Pretorious becomes one of the monstrous creatures on the other side of reality and starts to drive his own colleague Dr. Crawford mad alongside his companions, gleefully changing their minds and having one of them horribly devoured by eldritch bugs. Pretorious drives Crawford into becoming a brain-eating maniac, molests his companion Dr. MacMichaels, and tries to transcend back to the human world to devour the entire human race, gloating how he's become the most powerful being in the universe.
  • Frontier(s): Karl von Gleiser, Sr. is a former Nazi who acquired an inn after fleeing to France. He then started killing his guests and eating their flesh, hanging them on meat hooks while still alive to maintain freshness. Raping any women he captured, Karl Sr. ended up fathering five children who assisted him in his crimes. Karl Sr. took a liking to a young girl whose parents he killed, and made her his sex slave, ordering the infants produced killed when they were born deformed. When a group of bank robbers end up in their hostel, Karl Sr. decides that a female member should become the bride of Karl Jr., cutting the Achilles' tendons of a fellow robber who assisted in her escape. After finally capturing the girl, he used his wedding speech to emotionally abuse all of his kids except for the ones who are particularly competent goons.
  • The Frozen Ground: In this 2013 thriller, Robert "Bob" Hansen appears to everyone as a polite family man and a nice, upstanding member of society, but in reality is a vicious and prolific Serial Killer. Consumed by sexual frustration and rage against women, he regularly abducts girls that he lured into his house and proceeds to beat, rape and humiliate them. Once he's done with his victims, he takes them to a remote place in the Alaskan woods and lets them run away just so he can hunt them down like wild game and bring back trophies of his hunts. He never shows anything other than rage and contempt at his victims, getting off of abusing them, and is prepared to kill any potential witness, including his friends and neighbours. Active for more than a decade, Hansen is responsible for murdering at least seventeen girls and raping thirty more.
  • Full Contact (1992): The psychotic Judge opens the film robbing a store, stabbing an innocent woman to torture a safe combination out of her and leading to the deaths of the innocents around. Organizing a heist to steal a shipment of guns, Judge has his group massacre the passengers of a lorry bus and then double-crosses the hero Ko-Fei/Jeff as Jeff has a bounty on his head from a loan shark. Judge forces his own cousin Sam to try to murder Jeff, which also leads to an innocent family's death with the only surviving girl suffering horrible burns. Some time later, Judge reigns as a brutal crime boss and when Jeff resurfaces and steals Judge's shipment of guns, Judge furiously executes his own loyal henchwoman before trying to kill Jeff after torturing him with nonfatal gunshots, claiming his only regret is the two never got "one night together" first.
  • Full Metal Yakuza (1997): Yomu is a member of the Mutsumi gang who seeks ultimate power within the Yakuza chain of command. Forming partnerships with multiple Yakuza leaders, Yomu has Tosa and Kensuke Hagane assassinated and sold on the Black Market. Once Hagane is resurrected and attacks his base, Yomu murders Madae and frames him for Hagane's murder. After Yukari fails to kill Yomu, Yomu has her tortured and turned into a Sex Slave, ordering Hagane to murder the Musashi gang's leader to ensure her safety. Planning to remove Yukari's teeth and sell her to Otsuki as a sex toy, Yomu has Yukari continuously raped by his men, even after she dies. Allowing his men to get killed by Hagane, Yomu waits until Hagane's wounded before trying to kill him himself.
  • Fullmetal Alchemist:
    • Sho(u) Tucker, the Sewing-Life Alchemist, is revealed to have fused his own wife with a dog to turn her into a chimera, a twisted parody of life that suffers in perpetual pain. Later performing the same treatment with his own daughter, Tucker defends his actions by claiming it is completely natural to perform unethical experiments solely on the basis of being able to. Being beaten and imprisoned by Edward Elric, Tucker later joins a military coup where he helps to create countless Mannequin Soldiers to unleash upon the civilian populace solely to spite Ed, without a single care for the lives that will be lost.
    • General Hakuro is a ruthless military officer seeking a military coup. Manipulating conflict, death and murder across Amestris, Hakuro recruits Tucker and reveals the truth of the Philosophers Stones as the amalgam of fused human souls and lives, flashbacks showing that Hakuro had thousands of prisoners and innocents painfully melted down to create thousands and thousands of stones. Upon confronting Edward, Hakuro plans to unleash the cannibalistic Mannequin Soldiers on Amestris to kill until Hakuro can seize control of the country, driven by nothing but a hunger for power.
  • Funny Man: The titular demon is a sadist who humors himself by butchering anyone in an ancestral home when awakened. When a wealthy gambler and his family accidentally do so, the Funny Man brutally murders the gambler's wife and children. After a bus, driven by the gambler's brother and a group of hitchhiker's arrive, the Funny Man continues his spree, picking the group off one by one, in ways he finds amusing. Driving the gambler insane, the Funny Man leaves him soaked in blood and body parts while the demon waits for more victims to arrive.
  • Furie (2019): Thanh Soi is the head of the criminal syndicate that focuses on organ trafficking. Her operation runs globally, with children abducted where her men can find them, several dozen seen in the film proper. The children are transported to facilities where they are killed and butchered so their organs can be sold on the black market, Thanh Soi happily trying to murder the heroine Hai Phuang when she attempts to rescue her own daughter, even spitefully crushing a keepsake that she states Mai "won't be needing".
  • The Fury: Ben Childress is the supposed friend of the hero Peter, but is in truth a devious sociopath who runs the PSI program to find psychic children to turn into weapons. Childress proceeds to murder their families and abduct the children, torturing them and conditioning them to break them down and leave nothing but psychic assassins for him, gaslighting them relentlessly and destroying anything close to them. When Peter survives and tries to save his son Robin, Childress tries to have him killed and even engineers a confrontation between them before plotting to take the heroine Gillian and mold her into his new weapon by the end.
  • Future Force: Becker is twice as evil as his slimy boss Jason Adams, serving as the chief-of-security for C.O.P.S. and his boss's brutish enforcer. Becker maintains the corruption of the system while participating in the brutal execution of rivals—such as a man he taunts before leaving him to be crushed in a car compactor and the henchmen of another mobster he murders—while personally taking care of any threats, arranging for the execution of a reporter, Marion, and Tucker, the cop defending her. Along the way, Becker tortures Marion's friend to death with a knife; cuts open the throat of Becker's one other friend on the force; and personally murders Tucker's disabled partner out of spite, trying to torture Tucker to death himself while laughing he's "killed women stronger than you!"
  • Future World (2018):
    • The Warlord is the psychopathic leader of an army of rabid raiders who pillage various settlements. Leading a raid upon a factory settlement and butchering a father in front of his son before ordering his men to murder everyone there, he takes the android Ash to make her his new bride to control, commanding her to kill one of his men as a test of obedience. Curious as to how Prince found bullets, he captures him, ties a rope around his neck, and has Ash hoist him up and down, taking him as a prisoner afterwards. Searching for Ash and Prince after they escape, he finds them at Drug Town, where he proceeds to slaughter everyone there, including the Drug Lord, ordering Ash to decapitate Prince and Rosie once they’re found.
    • Big Daddy Love Lord is an uncaring, misogynistic pimp who has raiders kidnap women of various ages to be used as strippers and sex slaves for his club Love Town, selling them once he loses interest in them. Putting shock collars on his women, he shocks them to keep them in line. Kidnapping a young Rosie and having her parents murdered, he sells her to the Drug Lord after he grew bored of her.
  • The Galaxy Invader: Joe Montague is first seen shooting at his daughter for slapping him. When he discovers the green man, he decides to hunt it down and sell it to scientists, only not killing it because it's worth more alive. In the course of the hunt, all the men in his hunting party except him, including his apparent best friend, are killed by the green man in self defense, Joe not caring. Later, he tries to rape Becky, then shoots her In the Back when she escapes. After his family takes the alien equipment he stole and runs away, he tries to kill them all, and succeeds in killing the green man.
  • Galaxy Quest: General Roth'h'ar Sarris is a vile galactic warlord who seeks a powerful, mysterious device known as the Omega 13. Sarris launches a genocidal war against the peaceful Thermians, wiping out a massive chunk of their populace whilst subjecting many to inhumane fates of slavery and torture—torturing one of their commanders for days on end and only killing her when he "grew weary of the noises" she made—while killing even his own men for failure. Sarris takes a perverse glee in forcing the crew of Galaxy Quest to reveal to the Thermian leader Malthasar that they're just actors in order to completely break his spirit. After this, Sarris tries to throw the cast of Galaxy Quest out of an airlock, and failing this, attempts to suffocate the remaining Thermians to death while throwing away his remaining men, personally massacring his way through every last obstacle between him and the Omega 13 before he's finally stopped. Sarris is played utterly straight in naked contrast to everything else in the film, possessed of no humorous or likable traits to detract from his atrocities.
  • Gamer:
    • Ken Castle is a billionaire technology magnate in a dystopian future. He develops an indulge-every-depravity-you-want-short-of-murder game called Society using brainwashed, destitute people as the players' avatars. His second game, Slayers, is a death match where condemned prisoners kill each other in an enclosed warzone. If they're running low on participants, Castle will frame them if necessary. If a prisoner can survive 30 rounds they'll be released, but he has no intention of honoring this arrangement and plans to kill anyone who makes it that far. He ultimately wants to brainwash most of the planet to be his slaves and rob them of anything even resembling free will. He takes over Kable's body to force him to slit his little girl's throat. Completely lacking empathy for anyone, he sees people mostly as toys to play with and destroy as he sees fit.
    • Hackman is an enormous inmate in Kable's prison who went on a massive killing spree just so he could be locked up and personally participate in the carnage in Slayers. He arranges with Castle to remove the mind control on himself so he has an advantage over the other prisoners and can kill Kable himself. He kills another prisoner for no reason than to show Kable the resulting blood on his hands, and threatens to kill and/or rape Kable's wife and daughter. Through the rest of the film, while working with Castle, Hackman just keeps murdering people, especially innocents, left and right, clearly deriving sadistic joy from all the crimes he commits with his own hands.
  • Gamera franchise:
    • Gamera vs. Barugon note : The greedy Onodera is easily the worst human in the films. As part of a team attempting to retrieve an egg (which they believe to be an opal) for World War II veteran Kano, Onodera and his two teammates Keisuke and Kawajiri (the latter of whom is the veteran's brother) go to an island and find the egg in a cave. Onodera decides to kill his two partners and keep the egg for himself, despite the fact that his teammates had earlier saved him from being swallowed by quicksand. Onodera lets Kawajiri get fatally stung by a scorpion, and seals Keisuke in the cave to die. When the egg later hatches into the titular Barugon, which goes on to kill thousands of people, Onodera can only think of how he can retrieve the egg (which he still thinks is an opal and believes to have sunk to the bottom of the ocean). When Kano discovers that Onodera killed his brother, Onodera beats the frail old man in a crutch, steals his wallet, and sets the place on fire to kill him and his wife. When Keisuke is revealed to have survived the cave-in and returned with Karen, a girl from the island, Onodera tries to kill him (and likely Karen since she'd be a witness) with a knife. Finally, when he learns that the military is trying to use a diamond to lure Barugon into the water and drown her, Onodera decides to steal the diamond for himself. He shows up with a gun, threatening to shoot anyone who tries to stop him, not caring that the diamond is their best chance at stopping Barugon, or that if she isn't stopped, she will go on to cause even more destruction.
    • Gamera vs. Zigra: While most of the monsters are mindless rampaging beasts, this is not the case with Zigra. Arriving on Earth to conquer it and use humanity as a food source, Zigra has his agent Lora Lee cause a massive earthquake that destroys all of Tokyo, just to prove how powerful they are. Zigra also sends Lora Lee to kill two children who have seen the inside of their spaceship and know what they look like. Zigra also uses his ships lasers to destroy a ship that could have picked up the children, and some fighter aircraft that attacks his spaceship. After his Villainous Breakdown, Zigra decides to forgo any plans of merely conquering Earth, instead opting to eradicate all life on it.
  • Gangland (2001): Lucifer is the leader of a gang of criminals who survived the apocalypse. Kidnapping Dr. Adams's family and holding them hostage for a cure to the plague, Lucifer seeks to use it to make himself a god. Imprisoning people who invade his turf, he keeps the women as sex slaves and servants, often abusing them. Capturing Derek, he kills his brother in front of him, having also killed Alexis's sister in the past. Creating the Hellion, he has it capture Jared so that he can torture him. When Derek and Alexis raid his base, Lucifer leaves his men to die in the explosion, then tries to kill Alexis and Jared for the cure.
  • Gangster Squad: Mickey Cohen is an utterly psychotic mobster whose brutality terrifies even other hardened mobsters. Cohen opens by having a friendly emissary from the Chicago mob executed by being torn apart between two trucks, before throwing a group who are late in their protection money in their building, locking them inside and burning them with the building. A building he'd had women brought to in order to be hooked on drugs and turned out as prostitutes. He furiously executes an underling with a power drill due to the man failing him and when his girlfriend opts to leave him, Cohen sends one of his men to throw acid in her face.
  • Geostorm: Secretary of State Leonard Dekkom is secretly behind the disasters occurring around the world. He convinces the engineer Duncan to plant a virus into Dutch Boy's system mainframe in order to cause a series of devastating natural disasters. He also has Cheng Long murdered to prevent him from exposing the conspiracy. As dozens of storms destroy several cities around the globe, Dekkom tries to kill President Palma at a Democratic National Convention so that he'll become President after everyone in the line of succession dies. While he claims that he just wants to eliminate America's "enemies," Dekkom is really a power-hungry politician who committed treason and killed millions all so America Takes Over the World—with him in charge.
  • Get Out: Rose Armitage is a high-ranking member of the sinister Order of the Coagula, a racist cult founded by her grandfather, and is in charge of procuring the cult's victims, luring them through false relationships. Once acquiring a victim, they are psychologically tortured, culminating in their minds being overwritten via brain transfer. A sliver of the original inhabitant is condemned to the "Sunken Place", wherein they are fully aware of their surroundings, but are powerless to do anything about it. Initially posing as Chris Washington's girlfriend, Rose assists her family with detaining Chris before casually browsing the internet for more victims. Even as she bled out, she still desired to hurt Chris, playing the victim card so to frame Chris for attempted murder when a police car approached, A cold-hearted sociopath who doesn't bat an eye even at the death of her family, Rose enjoyed manipulating others.
  • Ghost in the Machine: Karl Hochman is known as The Address-Book Killer for his predilection of obtaining victims from stolen address books. While driving to kill a victim, Karl is injured in a car accident and a freak electrical surge when he is hooked up to machinery results in his soul becoming digitized. Now free to continue his spree, he uses his powers to scan address books digitally and murder everyone on the lists. Now able to manipulate any electrical, Karl initiates electrical fires, causes explosions and uses electrical shocks to claim new victims with seemingly no way to escape him.
  • Ghost in the Shell: Cutter is the corrupt CEO of Hanka Robotics and the true mastermind behind the conflict. Engineering the mass kidnapping of teenage runaways from the Lawless Zone, Cutter authorizes illegal, covert experiments to perfect a transhuman weapon that leads to the death of ninety-seven of the runaways and the imperfect creation of the ninety-eighth, Kuze, whom Cutter orders disposed of like trash. Viewing the ninety-ninth, the Major, as little else but a living weapon for his own benefit, Cutter orders her killed when she learns too much and callously murders Dr. Ouelet, the doctor who initially performed the experiments, the moment she rebels against Cutter's immoral methods. With full intent to move onto further illegal projects, Cutter orders the entirety of Section 9 killed and tries to kill the Major and Kuze himself, cruelly referring to his own wayward creation as a "freak." A shallow hypocrite who refuses to acknowledge any fault of his own, Cutter is concerned purely with personal profit and is willing to stoop to any low in this pursuit.
  • Ghost Rider & Spirit of Vengeance:
    • Mephisto is the ultimate ruler of Hell and seeks to spread his influence on Earth. In the first film, he seeks the contract of San Venganza and collect the thousands of souls he bargained with, and tricked Johnny Blaze into a deal that cursed him with the Ghost Rider to save Johnny's father from cancer, only to kill Johnny's father the next day to let Johnny know he's his property. Later, Mephisto sends Johnny to kill his rebellious son, Blackheart. In the sequel, Mephisto, as Roarke, reveals that in order to walk on Earth he needs a human body; not only does this limit his power but his current body is now dying. Among his previous host bodies were Josef Stalin, Idi Amin, and John Wayne Gacy. To create a permanent and powerful host body, Mephisto conceived a child with Nadya Ketch. It's also revealed that in order to create the Ghost Rider, Mephisto dragged Zarathos, the Angel of Justice, into hell, torturing and twisting him into insanity. When Nadya and her child Danny escape, Mephisto masterminds a demonic conspiracy of murder to get his hands on Danny in preparation to destroy the boy's soul, possess him and bring about The Anti-Christ. When Johnny, Nadya and Moreau disrupt this ritual, Mephisto makes a final attempt to flee and abduct Danny before his final confrontation with Ghost Rider.
    • First film only: Blackheart, a prince of Hell and the son of the aforementioned Mephisto, is given more characterization in the extended cut. Jealous of his father's power and angered by the fact that he gave the power of Hellfire to a lowly human instead of him, Blackheart plans to obtain the contract of San Venganza, which would grant him the power of a thousand evil souls who made a Deal with the Devil. Blackheart plans to use the power of the contract to create Hell on Earth and devour as many souls as he can, then using his new power to overthrow his father. Throughout the movie, Blackheart murders almost every human he encounters, only sparing those who can serve his plans later. On his search for the contract, he heads to the Caretaker and starts beating him for information on where the contract is. He then decides to kidnap Johnny Blaze’s girlfriend, Roxanne, and hold her hostage, promising her release for the contract. Not even his partners are safe from him, as he only sees/uses them as muscle against Ghost Rider, and quickly abandons one of them when he starts losing to him.
    • Spirit of Vengeance only: Ray Carrigan is a sadistic mercenary involved in all kinds of crimes, including drug and arms trafficking, as well as kidnapping children. Hired by Mephisto to capture the young Danny, Carrigan and his henchmen attack the monastery where he's hiding and mercilessly massacre all the monks before catching the kid and his mother Nadya. Despite their history, Carrigan prepares to execute Nadya while smiling maniacally, but he's stopped by Ghost Rider who eventually kills him. However, Mephisto later resurrects Carrigan as a demonic being with the power of decay, so that he can continue his mission. After testing his new powers by horribly killing a random civilian, Carrigan goes to the Sanctuary, where he brutally slaughters every monk while cracking jokes and treating the whole thing like a fun game. Then, he kidnaps Danny and brings him to Mephisto, knowing full well that the demon is planning to sacrifice him to steal his body and become powerful enough to rule over the world. When Johnny Blaze, Nadya, and Moreau come to save the kid, Carrigan gruesomely kills Moreau, tortures Johnny for his amusement, and tries again to murder Nadya. Even though he started as a normal human being, Carrigan rivals high-level demons in sheer sadism and cruelty.
  • Ghost Ship: Jack Ferriman, aka the "Ferryman", is a self-described "salvage expert" who collects souls to send to Hell, only given the job as a demon for having lived an immoral life. Requiring his victims to damn themselves first before killing them, he goads the crew on the Italian cruise liner the Antonia Graza to butcher everyone on board with the promise of getting their hands on a crate of gold bars. Passengers are attacked all over the ship in the ensuing massacre, getting cut open, poisoned, or gunned to death, including a child being hanged. The instigators turn on each other after killing the passengers, and he kills the last one himself with a meat hook before trapping the ghosts on the ship in fear and torment. He also repeatedly lures salvage crews to the derelict cruise liner under the guise of fixing the ship, then tricks them into staying to get the gold, before killing them all one by one. Worse yet, the end of the film shows him taking the gold onto another ship to restart the cycle anew.
  • Ghost Squad (2018): Chikara Mase is an ultra-sadistic gangster with a love of making women suffer. As a teenager, he would kidnap and let his men rape and murder various women who cross his path, with his reasons being that they were seducing him and were asking for it. Coming across Reiko and her brother Akira, Chikara forces Reiko to watch Akira get beaten up and strangled to death before doing the same to her. Weeks later, he captured Akari and had his crew abuse and rape her before strangling her himself. After serving time in prison for Akari's murder, Chikara started abusing his daughter Yuri after his wife divorced him. Figuring out that Rika's the link behind the ghosts out to kill him, Chikara assembles his men and hunts Rika down with the intent of killing her.
  • Ghoulies: Malcolm Graves is an Evil Sorcerer who attempts to sacrifice his infant son, only to be stopped by his lover Anastasia. Furious, Malcolm painfully sacrifices Anastasia instead. Dying in the intervening 21 years, Malcolm's evil spirit survives and orchestrates his son, Jonathan, finding his old items to call up the Ghoulies. Malcolm directs the Ghoulies to kill all of Jonathan's friends, while luring Jonathan so Malcolm can sacrifice him and drain him of his life and youth to return to life, gloating that Jonathan only ever existed for his father's dark designs.
  • Giallo (2009): Flavio Volpe was born with a liver disease that caused his skin to turn yellow, leading to him being bullied as a child for his appearance. As an adult, envious of beautiful women for their looks, he became a woman-hating psycho who kidnapped foreign women and tortured them to death by slowly mutilating them. He has already killed many women by the start of the film, and is introduced by kidnapping Celine and making her watch as he mutilates another women to the point of near death before leaving her still alive for the cops to find. He cuts off one of Celine's fingers when she calls him ugly, and later locks her in the trunk of his car and tells his sister Linda that if she doesn't help him get out of the city, Celine will remain hidden until she dies of thirst and hunger. He tries to shoot detective Enzo Avolfi during the climax, and just before he dies, he refuses to tell Linda where Celine is just to spite her.
  • The Gifted Hands (2013): Ki-woo is a childish psychopath who is prone to random fits of laughter when exposed to violence. A reserved and unassuming veterinarian, Ki-woo is in fact a merciless child killer who confesses to not having a motive or a reason to kidnap and murder innocent children, doing it simply because he can. Killing the puppies under his care, Ki-woo uses their frozen bodies to lure little girls into his car, with the mother of one of his victims eventually committing suicide. After kidnapping a girl, placing her inside a plastic bag and leaving her to suffocate to death in a freezer, Ki-woo twists his knife in the stomach of the police detective who came to stop him, but pathetically begs to be saved when he sees himself in danger.
  • The Girl in the Photographs (2015): Tom and Gerry are a pair of Serial Killers obsessed with photographing the bodies of their victims. Having already butchered six girls, the duo capture and kill another at her home, posting a picture of her mutilated body in Colleen's workplace for her to find. After kidnapping another girl, Tom cruelly tries to feed her cat food before Gerry kills her. After murdering Colleen's ex-boyfriend, the duo reveal their lustful obsession with Colleen. Breaking into the home she's staying at, they slaughter everyone else, before taking pictures of Colleen posed amongst the corpses, leaving a copy at another girl's workplace, implying they will target her next.
  • The Girl Next Door (2007): In this film based on the novel (itself loosely based on a true story), Aunt Rutherine "Ruth" Chandler takes child abuse to horrifying new levels. Ruth believes that all women are whores, and as such should be treated like animals. When her nieces Susan and Meg move in with her after the deaths of their parents, she subjects Meg to an escalating series of atrocities that include tying her to a post and ordering her sons and some of the neighborhood children to rape her, mutilating her with a blowtorch, and forcibly removing her clitoris, forcing David and Susan to watch as she does. She also punishes Susan, a crippled girl, for her sister's perceived disobedience; she even goes as far as to inappropriately touch her as a means of keeping Meg in line. Manipulative and sadistic, Ruth is an utter nightmare of a mother.
  • The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011): Gottfried Vanger is a more onscreen menace than his novel counterpart. A fanatical Nazi with an obsession for mimicking and mocking the Bible, Gottfried murdered more than 6 women in horrific ways resembling punishments from the Book of Leviticus, always subjecting them to brutal rape and torture beforehand. Be it by bashing their skulls in or raping them to death with farming tools, Gottfried perpetrated his acts with zeal, and took his own personal sadism to such a level that he sexually abused his own son and daughter, helping the former—Martin—realize his love for killing while turning the latter—Harriet—into his toy to be tortured until he finally tired of this and attempted to murder her.
  • Gladiator: Commodus is the vile heir to the throne of Emperor Marcus Aurelius, driven to rage at his father's plans to turn Rome back into a republic and appoint General Maximus Decimus Meridius as regent instead of Commodus. Killing his father, Commodus frames Maximus and tries to order the death of the general and his family, resulting in Maximus's wife and young son being murdered. A megalomaniac, Commodus, as Emperor, cripples the Senate's authority and keeps the populace distracted with fine food and gladiator games. When the people begin to rally behind the return of Maximus, Commodus tries to put down the potential revolution by having Maximus killed in the arena. When this fails, Commodus leads the bulk of Maximus's sympathizers into a trap, killing them, and plans to personally kill Maximus in the ring, shifting the battle in his favor by wounding Maximus before their fight. Commodus flies into a rage upon learning his sister was aiding Maximus and demands she sleep with him to provide him a "pure" heir and threatens to kill her child—his nephew—if she does not become his personal Sex Slave. So disgusting are Commodus's actions that even when he is disarmed in combat with Maximus, his own personal guard refuses to aid him.
  • God of Gamblers Returns: Chau Siu-Chee is an illegal gambler known as the "Devil Of Gamblers". When Mr. Chu decides to put the worlds greatest gambler in charge of managing his "Save The World's Kids" fund, Chau decides to defeat Ko Chun in a gambling competition to prove himself the best and obtain the money. When he and the lawyers show up to tell Ko Chun's pregnant wife of the money and Chau's intents to gamble against Ko Chun, both the wife and lawyers call him out on his rudeness. Chau responds by killing the lawyers before cutting out the wife's stomach and killing her and her unborn baby. Chau later sends his men to kill Ko Chun's new friend when he fails to pay his gambling debts. Chau forces one of his men to gamble with him, and amputates his hands when he loses. When the minion turns on him and tries to warn Ko Chun and his allies, Chau kills the minion and sends his men to kill Ko Chun and his allies, including a young boy.
  • God Told Me To (1976): Bernard Phillips is an alien/human hybrid, conceived when his birth mother was artificially inseminated whilst she was walking on the beach. Possessing telepathic abilities, Bernard sought to create a species of hybrid beings to replace humanity. To accomplish this, Bernard establishes a cult around himself wherein he brainwashes ordinary men into becoming his Apostles. Through his power of persuasion, the Apostles massacre several innocents via spree killings; with each murder, they accredit it to being his will. One instance of this is when a father is manipulated into killing his entire family, children included. Bernard becomes interested in NYPD detective Peter Nicholas, upon sensing that he was also of extraterrestrial origin. He orders his followers to indoctrinate Nicholas into their cult so that he could breed with him. When Nicholas confronts him, he tries to coerce Nicholas into flinging himself into a furnace when he questioned his power. He also mocks Nicholas by telling him that his unborn children would've inherited his abilities had he not have willed them to die. Genocidal, and apathetic to even his own followers, Bernard valued nothing less than the total destruction of mankind and godhood.
  • Goemon: Lord Taiko Hideyoshi is the corrupt ruler of Japan, and a stark contrast to the historical figure he was based on. Once a starving, ambitious peasant, Hideyoshi forced his way up to a position of nobility. Unsatisfied, Hideyoshi arranged the assassination of Oda Nobunaga, and then backstabbed his fellow conspirator to seize power himself. After assuming the throne, Hideyoshi keeps after Nobunaga's niece Chacha, intending for her to—unwillingly—sire his children, and murders her caretaker and presents his decapitated head to his soldiers. As ruler, Hideyoshi is all too willing to utilize his armada to assault the neighboring countries and drive his country into a brutal war. After a failed attempt on his life, Hideyoshi subjects one of the attempted assassins, Saiko, to brutal torture, then orders his wife murdered and his infant son kidnapped. Hideyoshi executes Saiko in front of the entire nation by kicking him into a boiling pot of water, and gleefully tosses his baby in not a moment after he said he'd spare his life. Even at the end of his life, Hideyoshi is without remorse and calmly accepts his own death at the hands of the titular Goemon with full knowledge of the war it will spark. A power-drunken tyrant prone to scenes of pointless brutality, Hideyoshi was defined by his own endless lust for control and inability to care for anyone outside himself.
  • The Golden Child: Sardo Numspa is a mysterious sorcerer who tries to abduct the boy with mystic powers known as the Golden Child, intending to murder him so that he could unleash the hordes of demons from Hell that would invade the Earth. To this end, he and his men went into a Tibetan monastery and slaughtered several monks, while Numspa wastes no time kidnapping said child; it was revealed that he ordered his men to kill some children so that he could harm the Golden Child. When a social worker, Chandler Jarrell, interferes with Numspa's plan, Numspa then negotiates with Chandler to give him an artifact known as Ajanti Dagger, and when Chandler refuses, Numspa then leaves a burning mark as a warning and then lets his men torture Chandler when trying to save a young lady, Kee Nang, in his dream. After Chandler obtains the dagger, Numspa tries to have Chandler arrested, and when Chandler manages to escape from his clutches, Numspa sends his men to attack Chandler, and kills Kee Nang after the latter tries to protect Chandler from harm.
  • Golden Swallow (1968): The Golden Dragon Branch Chief is one of the highest ranking members in the criminal organization known as the Golden Dragon, and despite his very limited screen time, stands out as the worst among them. Introduced bisecting a man for treachery, the Branch Chief next has two would-be assassins brought out to him, where he questions their motive for trying to kill him. When the assassins reveal they were just ordinary people before the Branch Chief had their entire families, infants included, slaughtered, the Branch Chief just laughs at them before having their hearts carved out. Next dragging out one of his own soldiers, the Branch Chief orders the man be sliced into quarters simply because he refused to kill children on the Branch Chief's orders. These public executions are noted to be a regular occurrence for the Branch Chief, alongside regularly having families and innocent travelers killed, and the Branch Chief does it all with a smile on his face and no remorse whatsoever.
  • Gone: Jim LaPointe, is a Serial Killer who kidnaps women and keeps them in a pit hidden deep in the forest, photographing their struggles before murdering them. Enraged when Jill Conway wounds him and escapes, Jim kidnaps her sister, Molly, one year later, leaving her restrained to starve to death under her own home. After Jim lures Jill to his campsite, she finds photos of his victims, including her and Molly, in his tent, before Jim tricks her into approaching his pit and tries to kill her again to avenge his embarrassment at her injuring him.
  • Gone Tomorrow (2015): Diego Alvarez is a ruthless lead member of "The Hargrove", a criminal organization that kidnaps young women and impregnates them, keeping them in languid conditions until they give birth, at which point their babies are sold on the black market to wealthy clients. Once the women outlive their usefulness to Diego, they are either euthanized, or sold into sexual slavery. Under Diego's supervision, at least 19 kidnapped girls have met this fate, to his complete indifference. When one of the girls, Ashlyn, escapes with her child, Diego has her beaten and raped, resulting in her death. When Ashlyn's brother Mason proves to be a threat to his organization, Diego attempts to goad him into killing himself, lest he have Ashlyn's baby murdered. Managing to evade justice, Diego intends to continue his illicit practices across the world, seeing the countless bodies he's left in his wake as nothing more than a necessary evil, so long as he turns a profit.
  • The Good Son: Henry Evans, having a disturbing attraction towards death and the idea of murder, built a philosophy around himself that stated that if people were to rid themselves of their morals, then they are free to do any evil acts that they wanted to do without such concepts holding them back. Prior to the main plot, Henry murdered his own younger brother in the bathtub just because he had happened to be playing with a toy that belonged to him. He then goes on to convince his cousin, Mark, into helping him throw a dummy dubbed "Mr. Highway" from a bridge, resulting in massive car accidents. He also shot and killed an innocent dog with a nail gun from a distance and he also attempted to drown his sister in a frozen lake when they were skating together. When Henry's mother was beginning to realize that her son was a remorseless sociopath, she decided to send him to a mental institution so that he could get the help that he needed. Unwilling to lose his freedom to do bad, Henry decided that his family needed to die so that he could be free to do whatever he wanted.
  • Goth (2003): Goth is a zealot who believes that the "true" goth lifestyle involves committing random acts of violence fur fun. She kidnaps a young couple, Crissy and Boone, to teach them her ways. She commits various atrocities, such as raping a man, forcing Boone to cheat on Crissy under pain of mutilation, and torturing an old man. She eventually drugs Crissy and tricks her into killing Boone and everybody at a party, succeeding in her goal in making Crissy just like her.
  • Goth (2008): The film amalgamates the characteristics of the manga's first and second chapters' killers. Obsessed with beauty, this version of the cafe manager kidnaps women, chopping off and keeping their hands, then leaves the corpses in public places to create his depraved aesthetic. Linked to deaths of four women, the manager nearly kills Yu/Yoru Morino as well. Stopped by Itsuki Kamiyama revealing he holds the manager's journal detailing his entire modus operandi and forced to flee town, he no doubt intends to pursue more victims.
  • Gothic & Lolita Psycho (2010): Masato is a power-hungry sadist who kills devils and absorbs their abilities into his right arm. The leader of a gang of assassins, he organizes a raid on Yuki's family upon hearing that her mother is a devil, with the attack leading to Yuki's father getting crippled and her mother getting stabbed and crucified, with Masato stealing her powers afterwards. Knowing that Yuki is part devil, he tries to drive her to hopelessness to absorb her powers by kidnapping her father, strapping him in a guillotine, and having Yuki attempt to prevent his death while fighting her, knowing that she can't.
  • Gothic Vampires From Hell (2007): Annastasia Nightshade is the vampiric owner of Gotham Records. She intends to find a master to lead her and her kind in trampling humankind underfoot as cattle. At the start, she and her underlings attack and feed on a goth band, and lure another one to her mansion a year later to be turned. She takes an interest in Draven, the lead singer of the titular band, who she believes is prophesied to become her master, brutally murdering the owner of a club that she sees as a threat to her plan. Once she brings the band to a party, she bites Draven, who she later tries to force to bite a captive and his girlfriend.
  • Gothika: Dr. Douglas Grey and Sheriff Ryan are two sadistic serial killers and rapists who have destroyed countless lives for their depraved gratification. When Doug killed his first victim when he was 16, Ryan eagerly participated. They used the basement of a nearby cabin to keep their female victims alive for weeks, raping them repeatedly and filming it before finally killing them. They also used Doug's position as the warden of a mental asylum to rape the inmates there, knowing that nobody would believe them. Doug and Ryan seemed to get off not only on the rapes but the power it gave them over their victims, with both noting that it made them feel like gods.
  • Gran Torino: Spider is a Hmong gangster who, along with his gang, terrorizes his own neighborhood. He starts off by pressuring his cousin Thao to steal his neighbor Walt Kowalski's vintage Gran Torino. When he fails at this, Spider and his gang beat up Thao and continually harass his family. Walt initially scares him off, but he continues to harass Thao afterwards and lets his subordinate put out a cigarette in his face. In retaliation for Walt beating up one of his gang members, Spider performs a drive-by shooting on Thao's family and kidnaps his cousin Sue to subject her to a violent gang rape, leaving her bloodied and traumatized. When Walt finally confronts them in the climax, he and his gang riddle him with bullets when they think he might have a gun.note 
  • The Grand Duel (1972): David Saxon and his wicked brother and enforcer Adam could not seem to care less about their father's murder nor one another, unlike their aggrieved sibling Eli. Wishing to profit off a local silver mine, they happily kill whoever stands in the way and frame an innocent man for their father's death to kill him. Adam, on David's instruction, leads a massacre of settlers before killing his own men to fulfill an instruction of "no witnesses". Adam even guns down an elderly man for no reason, forcing him to draw first so it will be "self-defense", both only caring about who they can hurt, and how they can profit.
  • The Great Silence: Loco is a psychopathic Bounty Hunter who spends the film hunting down a group of Mormons, with every intention of murdering them. When he practically takes a town hostage, Loco murders the sheriff to prevent his interference and when faced against the hero, Silence, Loco has an ambush set to cripple Silence before gunning him down and then shooting his love interest dead. He and his men proceed to murder every one of the Mormons, with Loco smugly adding they'll collect the bounties nice and legally. His actions, in the end narration, are noted to have absolutely horrified society and precipitated the end of Bounty Hunting.
  • The Guardian (1990): Camilla may seem like a kindly British nanny, but she is really an evil tree spirit who can take human form. Camilla's M.O is to sign up with various baby sitting services, pretend to be a good caretaker for the infants she is hired to care for, but eventually steal them away. Camilla then sacrifices these babies to a demonic tree, destroying their bodies and trapping their souls within the tree. She has done this several times. Camilla's latest intended victim is the Sterling family, and when the competition comes down to her and another woman for the nanny position, Camilla kills her and makes it look like a biking accident. When Ned Runcie, a friend of the Sterling family, follows Camilla into the woods to ask her for a date, he discovers her performing bizarre demonic rituals. To silence him, Camilla has her pet coyotes rip him apart. When the Sterling family discovers her true plans, they fire Camilla, at which point she tries to steal the baby away and murder the parents.
  • Guilty As Sin: David Greenhill is a debonair ladies' man who stands accused of murdering his wealthy wife. He chooses a successful attorney named Jennifer Haines to represent him, stalking her occasionally with barely-hidden lecherous intentions. It's revealed that he's not only responsible for the crime he's been charged with, but also has a history of dating older women who usually end up dead. When Haines tries to sabotage her own case by having evidence planted at Greenhill's apartment, he takes his revenge by viciously assaulting her boyfriend Phil. He privately confesses to his wife's murder to Haines in vivid detail, relishing reliving the crime. When she asks him why he didn't use gloves before killing her, Greenhill responds that "killing with gloves on would be like fucking with a rubber." In order to leave no witness he kills Haines's husband by burning him alive in his office before he tries to kill Haines by throwing her out of a railing and make it look like a suicide.
  • Gun Crazy: A Woman from Nowhere (2002): Tojo is the ruthless ruler of the town of Tsuson. Having forced a young Saki to kill her father in front of his police partner, the incident caused Saki's leg to get amputated after he impaled it with a knife. Ruling Tsuson as a criminal empire, he has his men hunt down and kill rival gang leaders and plans to steal $2 million from a passing US Army truck, having his men kill the soldiers against his partner Fujimoto's wishes before having them kill him for wanting a cut of the money. Bribing the police chief to bring him Saki and Akira, he has Saki tortured and kills the chief himself when he starts having second thoughts. Killing Akira's boss after forcing him to find the location of the money, he has Fujimoto killed and mocks Saki for the death of her father.
  • The Guyver: Fulton Balcus is the corrupt CEO of Chronos Corporation, and secretly the Zoalord, leader of the Zoanoids, and seeks to Take Over the World. Balcus has his chief scientist Dr. Segawa brutally murdered when he goes renegade and tries to have his daughter Mizky kidnapped, resulting in her neighbor's throat cut and her boyfriend Sean targeted as well. Balcus dabbles in inhuman genetic experimentation on loads of innocent people in order to forcibly transform them into Zoanoids, resulting in their grotesque mutation. Balcus gleefully kills Sean and Mizky's friend Max by painfully turning him into an imperfect Zoanoid, resulting in Max horrifically degenerating into an abomination before expiring.
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