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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by cyrocksmypants, Jun 15, 2019.
Teddy Perkins from Atlanta....gives me nightmares
Ralph (Anthony James) from In the Heat of the Night. His creep reputation builds throughout the movie, including scene when he cheats the jukebox out of a dime to play "Fowl Owl on the Prowl".
Not a movie, but don't care. Evil little ******
Donnie Whalberg in the 6th sense was Creepy. I didn't even realize it was him until like a year later.
Billy Bob Thornton in Sling Blade
I had to Google this and am shocked that was him.
When this guy did the weirdo HR Pufnstuf on Goliath
Yeah I guess he lost like a crap load of weight, basically quit eating and all that just for this short little part in the movie. He wanted to prove himself as a good actor.
One of the best episodes of television in recent memory.
Nice work. My first thought when I saw this thread.
Dude scared the **** out of a young Velo. About soiled myself when his head pops down to look in the basement window.
I kind of wonder if that film crosses over into "horror" territory, however.
Also in The Dark Knight.
If you read Puzo's book, there are two stories about Luca in it that elevate him to monster status. One involved the disposal of an aborted child, and the other was about Luca interrogating two Chicago mobsters who were sent by Capone to murder Don Vito.
A man who shot prisoners for sport from the balcony of his villa, high above the concentration
And then turned in to he who must not be named.
Then they proceeded to say said name 50 times each movie.