In Postal, the Postal Dude (Zack Ward) is a dark, brooding character. He has no back story to speak of, "going postal" and deciding to kill everyone in the fictional Paradise, Arizona for an unknown reason.
March 29, 2013 by Evie Hopkins
When most people hear ‘The Duke’ they might think of a posh gentleman who drinks tea and plays polo. Well, this ain’t England. Duke is a smart-mouthed, wise cracking ladies’ man sent by the CIA to save the planet. And he does it all with a cigar in his mouth. No big deal.June 6, 2013 by Jaime
Sometimes enough is enough and for William “D-Fens” Foster that point was reached in Falling Down. Dressed in his business casual work attire the disgruntled former engineer went on a rampage stealing weapons and confronting anyone that looked at him funny. That’s not really what you would expect from a man with a pocket full of ballpoint pens and a briefcase.
August 26, 2014 by Josh
In the retro 2D video game Hotline Miami, the unnamed protagonist (nicknamed Jacket) receives cryptic instructions to kill foes in an ultraviolent manner. He wears a variety of animal masks when completing these tasks, each of which gives him special abilities. To finish the costume, apply fake blood liberally.
August 1, 2013 by Jaime
Alex and his droogs didn’t make a lot of wise choices in A Clockwork Orange. In fact, even their attire was questionable. If you’ve always wanted a reason to wear your jockstrap on the outside of your pants, then dressing like a droog is for you. Complete the outfit with a bowler hat and cane but then stop there, this is one costume where acting the part is discouraged.
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