Lord Voldemort starts a Wizarding War in pursuit of Harry Potter. Hans Gruber executes hostages in Nakatomi Plaza. Thanos ends half of existence with the snap of a finger. These villains are all truly evil, but that's not all they have in common. Fans have picked up on some incredible small details that make them even more cold-blooded. In 2017's It, Pennywise doesn't just hide in the sewers. In one scene, he makes a sneaky appearance in a wall mural. The Lion King's Scar isn't just untrustworthy because of his plans to take over Pride Rock. He's also the only lion to bare his claws at all times. Some details are hiding in plain sight, just like the Xenomorph from Alien, who can be seen lurking in a scene that you probably haven't noticed before!
There's more to these sinister characters than meets the eye. Check out this list of small details fans noticed about cold-blooded movie villains, and don't forget to vote up your favorites!
From Redditor u/cp_r0bb:
In The Avengers, there is a small screen showing the heat signature in the room where Loki is being held which shows that he has a cold body temperature because he is a frost giant.Chilling detail?
From Redditor u/SFritzon:
As Brett goes to look for the cat in Alien (1979), there's a brief shot of the alien hiding amongst the chains in plain sight - but because no one really knew what the creature looked like it just appeared as another piece of equipment on the ship.Chilling detail?
From Redditor u/totallytman:
In Die Hard (1988), Hans Gruber and his team of German terrorists almost exclusively use weapons produced in Central Europe. Hans' handgun, as well as the team's main weapon, are produced by H&K, a German manufacturer, while Karl's weapon is made by Steyr, an Austrian manufacturer.Chilling detail?
From Redditor u/notsure500:
The mask used for Halloween (1978) was a William Shatner mask that was painted white.Chilling detail?