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    In the 2018 authorized prequel by Dacre Stoker and J.D. Barker named Dracul, Count Dracula is referred as Dracul (mainly due to the characters' ignorance about him) for most of the novel and serves as the titular main antagonist. Of course, he is primarily based in Bram Stoker's Count Dracula and presumably some unfinished drafts that Stoker kept from the character that never made it into the original classic.


    Long ago, Count Dracula traveled to Ireland in search of the vampire Dolingen von Gratz in order to make her his new wife. He found Dolingen with a knife through her heart, her head crushed and buried beside her beloved's house. Enraged by the man's action against her, Dracula considered killing him but immediately decided against that onc…




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    The Boogeyman is the titular main antagonist of the short story of the same name, written by Stephen King, first published in the March 1973 issue of the magazine Cavalier, and later collected in King's 1978 collection Night Shift.


    There are no precise descriptions in the story about the physical aspect of the Boogeyman. On the first occasion in which Lester Billings - the protagonist of the story - manages to catch a glimpse of him, he is described as a creature with a head similar to that of a scarecrow, with sloping shoulders and hands armed with sharp claws. It gives off a disgusting smell, similar to that of putrefied meat and is assumed to be alive in damp places since, when it moves, it emits clammy noises and leaves a trail of damp dir…



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    John Gavenue is the main antagonist of the 2010 thriller film Burning Bright. He is played by Garret Dillahunt, who played Krug Stillo in The Last House On The Lefts 2009 remake, Steve Curtis in ER and Ty Walker in the season six of the TV show Justified.


    In a period just before the events of the film, John Gavenue killed his wife because he wanted to leave him, causing her to take on a large quantity of antidepressants and pass this murder on suicide. Having discovered that Kelly and Tom, the children of the woman born from a previous marriage, are the only recipients of his wife's inheritance, he plans to kill them too to get their hands on the inheritance. In this regard, with the excuse of creating a "Safari Ranch", he decides to buy a feroc…



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    Patrick Hockstetter is a major antagonist in Stephen King's book It as well as the 2017-19 film duology of the same name. He is a member of the Bowers Gang and is often cited as the most dangerous member of said group.

    He was portrayed by Owen Teague in the films.


    Patrick was a deeply disturbed young man who fell under the illusion that he was the only real human being in the world (solipsism). He expresses this delusion when he kills his baby brother, Avery, at the age of five out of the fear of being replaced.

    As a child, Patrick and his family go swimming in a lake, and he develops a fear of leeches after several of them attach themselves to him.

    As a student attending Derry Elementary School, Patrick develops a reputation for being creepy due…



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    General Vavarin Delatombe is the secondary antagonist of the 2005 dark fantasy film by Terry Gilliam The Brothers Grimm, alongside the Mirror Queen. He is portrayed by Jonathan Pryce, who also portrays Elliot Carver, the High Sparrow and Seamus O'Rourke.


    Delatombe is a ruthless French military commander who hires Will and Jake Grimm (better known as the Brothers Grimm) to solve a mystery concerning a number of girls who have disappeared from a village. The Grimms investigate and soon discover that the girls have been taken by a supernatural force in the form of the Mirror Queen, an 500-year-old Thuringian queen who wishes to use these girls to restore her own beauty. When another girl is taken from the village, the Grimms are taken back to D…



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