Movies

Uncle Fester

Uncle Fester, also known as Fester Addams, is a member of the fictional Addams Family. He was played by Jackie Coogan in the original television series, by Christopher Lloyd in the two feature films. He’s also the player character in the infamous video game Fester’s Quest, reviewed by The Angry Video Game Nerd

Mary Todd Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is an alternate history set during the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln’s wife, Mary Todd Lincoln (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) is one of the only people who knows that Lincoln hunts vampires, and she encourages him to run for office and fight the vampires in the war.

Screenslaver from the Incredibles 2

Screenslaver

In The Incredibles, the Screenslaver is the main supervillain, a mysterious nemesis of unknown identity who hijacks screens and uses hypnotism to brainwash people from afar.

Marcela Howard

Marcela Howard is the wife of Charles Howard, the owner of the champion racehorse, Seabiscuit. In the film, Seabiscuit, Elizabeth Banks plays the young and fashionable socialite. Her impeccable style is typical of 1930’s fashion.

The Underminer from Incredibles 2

Underminer

In The Incredibles, The Underminer (John Ratzenberger) is a supervillain who has declared war on peace and happiness. He’s resemblance to a mole is uncanny, from the big chompers to the ability to dig tunnels underground using his big drill vehicle and robot hands.

Amos Hart

Amos Hart is the loyal but dimwitted husband of Roxie Hart in the musical, Chicago. Portrayed by John C. Reilly in the film adaptation, his major musical number, “Mr. Cellophane,” is modeled after vaudeville tramp-clowns, reflecting his put-upon place in the story line. Vaudeville clown suits are difficult to find in black, so to replicate his tattered look, distress an oversized suit or pants and jacket, tie a large, silk scarf into a bow, and use light clown makeup.

Mary Sunshine

In Chicago, Mary Sunshine is the sensationalist tabloid report who follows the stories of the women on Cook County Jail’s “Murderesses’ Row.” Portrayed by Christine Baranski in the film adaptation, Mary Sunshine’s costume are in line with what a professional reporter would have worn in the 1920’s.

Natalya Simonova

Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco) is the primary Bond Girl in the 1995 James Bond film Goldeneye. A smart, self-assured programmer of missile guidance systems at the Russian Space Force base Severnaya, she is caught up in Bond’s web when her office is blown up and she is one of two survivors. Natalya proves herself to be a valuable asset to Bond, destroying the Goldeneye satellite and saving him when he is stranded on a satellite dish. This guide covers her Severnaya outfit, a sexy-cute mix of short skirt and cardigan.

Xenia Onnatop

A former Soviet fighter pilot and current Janus Syndicate assassin, Xenia Onnatop (Famke Janssen) proves to be a skilled, sociopathic adversary for James Bond in the film Goldeneye. Xenia wields sex as a weapon, preferring to murder her victims by crushing them with her thighs during sex. Appropriately, she dresses in sexy, tight, usually black outfits with her hair wound in an updo.

Oddjob

Odd Job (Harold Sakata) is the manservant, henchman, golf caddy and chauffeur to the villain Auric Goldfinger in the 1964 James Bond film titled Goldfinger. He is a mute, physically strong man that smiles during a fight and uses his steel-tipped hat as a lethal weapon. A fan-favorite, he has appeared in numerous video games and novels. Like every good manservant, he dresses smartly in a black suit with his signature Sandringham hat.