Now that it’s Halloween season, remember last year’s post? Here’s the sequel:
7 More Awesome Villains You’ve Never Even Heard Of!
I really like villains. i don’t know why….probably because I’m surrounded by all you namby-pamby goody-two-shoes. Here we go!
I kind of have a thang for Barnabies. In this 1986 Babes in Toyland (starring a very young Drew Barrymore), he pals around with his buddiez Mack and Zack, stealing cookies and inciting Toyland Terror. But really all he wants is love.
Anything else you need to know is here:
I wish I lived in a bowling ball.
2. Fegan Floop
Fegan Floop from “Spy Kids” takes undercover agents and turns them into fooglies–putty-like creatures of their former selves. But really all he wants to do is write children’s shows. I sympathize with this guy. And also love his theme song (written by Danny Elfman).
Here’s a cabbage patch kid as a fooglie.
I bet you’re so glad you visited the blog today!
3. The Prognoviach, from “Condorman”
Hailing from Eastern Europe, the Prognoviach are highly trained assassins-in-cars. Expect high-speed car chases through winding canyon roads, synchronized driving, and falling over cliffs in a big flaming ball of fire. Each one of these baddies is “a dedicated killer.” Definitely not something you want to see in your rear-view mirror.
Unless you have a Condorman car. Then you’re ok.
My nephew adores Condorman, so my sister made him the Prognoviach for his birthday. Lucky kid!
Each one of those cakes is a dedicated killer.
4. Clockwork Droids, from Doctor Who
The ominous ticking clues you in: these guys are hiding in your room. And they want pieces of you.
Now go break every clock in your house. You’ll feel safer.
5. Lina Lamont
Actually you’ve probably heard of Lina. She can’t sing, she can’t dance, she can’t act….she does however have a pretty neat voice. It’s my secret wish to have a “Talk Like Lina Lamont” Day. It’ll be filled with words like, “Dope” and “Darn tootin’!” and “Whatsa matter with my voice??” When I’ve taken over Canamerica that’s the first thing I’m going to do.
The micro-managing bureaucrats from “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.” Don’t try to get any paperwork done with them, and DON’T listen to their poetry. It’s almost as bad as mine.
7. Princess Mombi
If Princess Mombi from “Return to Oz” didn’t give you nightmares, then her Wheelers did. If the Wheelers didn’t…then you’re lying. This movie still freaks me out. I’m totally watching it this Halloween.
You can re-enact this scene with Barbie Doll heads. I always did. (Yes, my childhood was awesome)