Booyah! Day 4 of the Great Villain Blogathon brings us villains in all shapes and sizes, from teenage girls to royal bad guys to animated scoundrels.
The Vintage Cameo defends the much-maligned Lina Lamont in Singin’ in the Rain.
Critica Retro presents a comprehensive ranking of Disney Villains.
Cinematic Catharsis introduces us to the 10 million year-old Princess Dragon in Infra-Man.
Make Mine Criterion probes at real-life murders in the British flick The Flesh and the Fiends.
Another Old Movie Blog discusses a suave Rumanian villain in Watch on the Rhine.
Imagine MDD analyzes what makes a good villain with AFI 50 Greatest Film Villains.
Cary Grant Won’t Eat You reviews the pre-Mean Girls The Heathers of Heathers.
Nitrate Glow analyzes Lawrence Olivier’s winter of discontent in Richard III.
Chasing Destino asks, Can villains Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn be BFFs?
Zen and Pi mourns Kill Bill‘s Lucy Liu as O-Ren Ishii.
Back to the Viewer waxes poetic about Heath Ledger’s performance as The Joker.
The Wonderful World of Cinema looks at an early Steven Spielberg made-for-TV movie, Duel.
Mildred’s Fatburgers explores the art (underlying terror) of The Black Narcissus.
Barry Bradford cross-examines James Mason in the courtroom drama, The Verdict.
Shadows and Satin will be the evil masterminds host. Watch for her recap tomorrow evening.