Most times while watching movies we are more drawn towards the good characters than evil. But recently movies have started casting exceptionally good looking leads as well as villains that make viewers question their morality.
17 Movie And TV Show Villains That Were So Hot People Questioned Their Morality : Reddit Users Shares Their Take
Here are 17 such movies and TV shows with hot villains that question people’s morality. Here is what Reddit picks and shares about these movies.
Killing Eve’s Villanelle
In the movie Killing Eve the character of Villanelle is an assassin who brutally kills her target and is a psychopath. Reddit user u/thiklin thinks differently as per her comment “What murder?”, seems like the moral compass has broken while watching this show.
True Blood’s Eric
u/Saravsmith7733 says, “That was honestly the only reason I watched the show,” about Eric from True Blood. u/lorcancuirc says, “As a cishet guy, when Eric talks to Godric before he meets the sun, I questioned myself for a minute.”
Thor: Ragnarok’s Hela
u/djh_van comments Hela from Thor: Ragnarok. Reddit user u/PorkchopMyGuineaPig says, “She Hela fine (respectfully).”
Captain America’s Bucky Barnes
I think most Marvel fans lost their marbles along with their moral compass when Captain America: The Winter Soldier came out. u/ifimscreaming says, “Steve really said ‘I can fix him’ and he did.”
u/SpiritualPeanut says, “I WILL fix him,” about Lucifer from the series Lucifer.
Good Girls’ Rio
One of the most popular characters from Good Girls is Rio and Reddit seems to agree with that as u/BriarRose147 says, “If bad, why hot?”
Harry Potter’s Lucius Malfoy
u/meltinlife comments Moriarty from Sherlock. u/Minister_of_truth shares the same view saying, “‘I will burn the heeeeart out of you’… oh…” about Moriarty.
Black Panther’s Erik Killmonger
u/WickerPurse says, “I was sweating.” Reddit user u/honeyimsorry says, “I once tried to send a shirtless photo of Killmonger to my best friend and accidentally sent it to my boss. Luckily I decided last minute not to caption it ‘Cat Daddy.'”
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’s Madam Satan
Reddit user u/Independent_Song1140 says, “Madam Satan from The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.”
Another user u/Independent_Song1140 says, “Had a huge crush on her when I was younger and still do.”
The Dark Knight Rises’ Scarecrow or Dr. Jonathan Crane
Yes! Yes! Yes! I totally agree with u/lefrench75 who says, “I don’t even need to fix him. I’ll take him as is.”
u/impeccabletim comments Loki while u/MiaFknWallace says, “He had me in such a chokehold when I was 16 that I started a Tom Hiddleston Tumblr and it still exists 😭.” I totally agree with this because Loki broke my moral compass as well.
Better Call Saul’s Lalo Salamanca
u/happyme321 says, “Lalo is a double whammy because he’s handsome and he cooks. Too bad he’s a psychopath.” Another Reddit user u/notarobot3675 says, “Love this sexy sewer clown.”
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Movie’s The Sheriff of Nottingham
u/Megs0226 comments The Sheriff of Nottingham from the movie Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
Kim Possible’s Shego
u/notchandlerbing comments Shego from the show Kim Possible. Another Reddit user u/YerTanri says, “I remember shipping her and Kim before I even knew what shipping was and always thinking that Ron is such a loser and he doesn’t deserve her.”
The Phantom of the Opera’s The Phantom
Reddit user u/jj_grace comments, “Murderous kidnapping creep… but he sings and looks damn good in a frilly shirt.” Romanticizing a kidnapper and murderer is morally low but not when it’s Gerard Butler as the Phantom.
Any Movie Starring Mads Mikkelson
Reddit user u/heybeytoday says, “No morals, just Mads.” I couldn’t agree more with this comment.
Let us know which movie or TV show villain made you lose your moral compass?