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The film is called Medium Raw: Night of the Wolf and is basically a modern retelling and realistic take of Red Riding Hood, the film is about a serial killer that apparently enjoyed the fairy tale and made a custom armor resembling a metal wolf and primarily targeted little girls, ultimately the killer is inside an insane asylum and decides to stage a power outage to basically tie up all loose ends.
Dr. Robert Parker aka The Wolf is an infamous serial killer with a minimum of 15 victims who are said to be little girls and we see him ambush the one character's sister while they play hide and seek, ultimately he knocks out her brother (Johnny) as he writes down his mocking taunt "Are you The Woodcutter?" before retreating apparentl…
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"Udoroth" is a song by A Sound of Thunder about the titular mortal so vile that when eventually killed wound up in Hell as punishment, unfortunately for all those in Hell this mortal slaughtered his way until he became their ruler. It also expressed eventually Udoroth wanted to expand his rule to the Earth as well which would result in either a merger of dimensions or worse simply turning it slowly into a new hellish kingdom bowing to him.
Udoroth was once a mortal who conquered villages shown with him burning and killing the men before taking the women as his slaves, after taking over on village one village he had corpses surrounding his throne but as he sat one slave stabbed him in the throat. For his crimes Udoroth was sente…
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This is a character who when I was first proposed I was unsure but they were still worth a talk. Rethinking I feel she's distinct enough especially given her goal is uniquely horrific.
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Sofia Lamb is the main antagonist of BioShock 2 and leader of a cult known as the Rapture Family.
Sofia is first shown at the opening prologue where she arranges to have her own daughter, Eleanor Lamb, captured by Splicers and brought to her so she can conduct experiments to make her a "Utopian", an entity who will be created through large doses of ADAM (basically a drug that can contain memories of others and grants incredible powers by rearranging your DNA but addictive, often disfigures and drives the user insane/homicidal) but this…
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- Original: https://villains.fandom.com/f/p/3179493162221867929
Lok Durd has a defined personality, shown that he does not care about life. Lok Durd pretended to protect the villagers of a planet when in reality he had chosen to test a destructive weapon on the planet. He has crossed the moral event horizon and he is completely capable of atrocious crimes, with the defoliater at his disposal, he clearly knows right from wrong, as he pretends that he wants to protect the villagers when in reality he was going to kill all of them, He has no redeeming qualities and There is nothing forgiveable that he does, his worst acts are on screen, he is easily one of the worst villains of the saga, The villain is from Star Wars, the heinous standards are r…Read more >
This is a character that dramatically changes a lighthearted settings tone to where it’s a serious and often if not always dark story. This must be like what all are categories are supposed to be constant with this character.
1. They are hardly if ever comedic. Of course there are very rare exceptions namely if their gimmick is that of a clown or jester in which that is simply part of their gimmick itself. This cannot distract or lighten the mood.
2. There are very few if any of these within a story or said media and if you have had one it is much harder to have another one later due to a couple of reasons. One is the show itself often becomes darker thus the standards are raised making it harder to standout enough to truly count.…Read more >