Levana from The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer - The whole fact that she can make people feel different ways and see different things is super creepy. Plus the fact that she's perfectly good with killing just about everyone she can't manipulate put her in the extra evil character.
Josie Pye from Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery - Okay so Josie isn't exactly evil but she's so awful. She's passive aggressive and petty and just plain mean spirited. And everyone knows someone just like her.
The Silence from Doctor Who - There's something about this creature that you forget as soon as you look away from but can still influence your thoughts and actions that's terrifying! I'll take a Weeping Angel any day.
James Moriarty from Sherlock - He's absolutely brilliant with an eye for detail and is basically acting solely for his own entertainment. How do you fight that?
The Gravedigger from Bones - Alien in a Spaceship is probably one of my favorite episodes of Bones and the one where we meet the Gravedigger. There's something terrifying about the fact that there is no negotiating and no mercy plus the who ideas of being buried alive gives me the heebie jeebies.
Patrick Bateman from American Psycho - A number of years ago J and I were both sick but the kind that you can't sleep because you're so miserable. So we were in the living room watching TV and finally my cold medicine decided to kick in and I zonked out on the couch. About 2 hours later I woke up - still out of it from the meds - to find myself completely alone with all the light off and the TV on. And I'd been lucky enough to wake up right in the middle of the threesome scene of American Psycho where the main character has decided to take an axe to two unlucky girls who went home with him. I'm still a bit traumatized.
Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians - Because seriously who makes a coat out of puppies? I do have the book on my TBR but I haven't read it yet so I'm keeping Cruella in the movie category until I read the book just to be sure she's just as evil.
The Scarecrow from Batman Begins - There are so many terrifying Batman Villains but something about The Scarecrow in the first movie who turns your brain against you is the scariest to me.
Annabel from Annabel - Yes I know that it's really something possessing the doll and not the doll itself but have you seen the doll? Who buys something like that? And why on earth would you put it in an infant's bedroom??
What villains scare you the most?