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Your favorite movie villain names? Tell us!

Your favorite movie villain names? Tell us! EW takes a look at our favorite baddies

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Your favorite movie villain names? Tell us!

JACKSON RIPPNER
RED EYE
(PG-13, 85 mins., 2005, DreamWorks)
He would have made his 19th-century slasher near-namesake proud: Jack (Cillian Murphy), undeterred by a pen in the throat, gives chase with a mighty big blade.

dr. evil
austin powers: international man of mystery
(PG-13, 90 mins., 1997, New Line)
The scar-faced nemesis of Britain’s top secret agent ”didn’t spend six years in evil medical school to be called Mr., thank you very much.”

victor von doom
fantastic four
(PG-13, 106 mins., 2005, Fox)
A DNA-changing cosmic storm transforms a science magnate (Julian McMahon) into an electricity-wielding metal menace who sets out to destroy his colleagues.

louis cyphre
angel heart
(R, 112 mins., 1987, Lionsgate)
Robert De Niro has pointy nails and a pentagram ring, and calls an egg ”the symbol of the soul” before devouring it. Still, Mickey Rourke doesn’t get he’s dealing with Lu-ci-fer.

cruella de vil
101 dalmatians
(G, 79 mins., 1961, Disney)
What more fitting moniker for a fur-obsessed wretch bent on puppycide? ”If she doesn’t scare you, no evil thing will” — except maybe Dr. Evil’s cat, Mr. Bigglesworth.