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ALYSSA: My first villain crush would have to be David from The Lost Boys. I was young and impressionable when we first met and he was all the bad boy I could want, filling up the screen with lots of swagger and confidence. This was back when vampires were the bad guys and you weren’t supposed to want to be into one of them. David had me at hello.
JENNIFER: OOOHH! Nice one Alyssa!
I have to say that my movie villain crush has to be Gary Oldman as Dracula in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Boy could rock a crushed velvet suit and top hat, mmmkay? And because I can’t pick just one, I have to go with Gerard Butler. As Dracula. In Dracula 2000.
I like and own both movies, and although critics didn’t love them, I think they’re great stuff. 🙂
VRISTEN: Sorry – I’m the boring one. I don’t have any villain crushes I can think of. I do tend to like the mobster/assassin/just plain criminal types of character, though…a bit like Benicio del Toro’s characters in The Hunted or The Way of the Gun.
EDEN: Okay, right off the top of my head I would have to say Mark Wahlburg in Fear. He was ninety percent sexy, dominant, obsessive male and 100% bat shit crazy, I’m gunna stab you with a blunt knife during sex and caress you with affection as you bleed to death.
And the rollercoaster scene?!? Well to be honest that’s the only part of the movie I remember…oh and the dog getting its head chopped off…umm…yeah…okay, so maybe not a good choice after all. Is it too late to change my answer?
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