L.B. “Jeff” Jeffries
In Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, L.B. "Jeff" Jeffries (James Stewart) is a photographer who breaks his leg and is confined to his Greenwich Village apartment. To pass the time, he spies on his neighbors using his telephoto camera. It's all in good fun until he glimpses what he believes to be a murder. For this costume, you'll need to make your own a fake leg cast.
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August 13, 2013 by Tom
In Vertigo, Madeleine Elster (played by Kim Novak) fears that she’s been possessed by her great grandmother who committed suicide. A retired detective is hired to secretly tail her and make sure she stays safe, but he doesn’t do such a great job when his fear of heights comes into play.June 5, 2014 by Kristina
In X-Men: Days of Future Past, reformed playboy Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) is out to save mutant kind. The world’s most powerful telepath has a mission, and his mission has come from the future. He and his team will team up to stop Mystique’s plan before it ruins the future for all mutants.
October 16, 2016 by Tom
In Dead Rising 4, Frank West is a photographer looking for the next big scoop when he stumbles upon some strange events in the small town of Willamette, Colorado. After fending off a major zombie attack, he must return during the Christmas season to fight off another outbreak.October 23, 2016 by Real Human Bean
Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is the villain of the classic Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho and the novel it’s based on as well as the TV series Bates Motel. Commonly cited as the first “modern slasher” character, Bates is still to this day one of the most insane and mentally complex villains in all of horror. Bates himself is harmless, but due to his split personality he “becomes” his psychotic dead mother (whom he had an incestuous relationship with) who murders any female she believes is getting close to Norman.
August 11, 2013 by Tom
In Breaking Bad, Mark Margolis plays Hector “Tio” Salamanca, Tuco’s uncle and a formerly feared enforcer for Don Eladio. In old age, he is wheelchair-bound and unable to speak, but the brass service bell he uses to communicate is nearly as dangerous as anything he could say.
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