Men

American Psycho Patrick Bateman

Christian Bale plays Patrick Bateman, a wealthy investment banker whose life revolves around superficial excesses like restaurants and fashion. He leads a double life as a serial killer, but it’s his obsession with Huey Lewis & the News that truly makes him an American psycho.

Jack Torrance

In The Shining, Jack Torrance is looking forward to a quiet winter as the off-season caretaker of the Overlook Hotel, allowing him to focus on his writing and to spend some quality time with his family. That is until he becomes influenced by supernatural powers. Heeeeere’s Johnny!

Buster Bluth

In Arrested Development, Buster was and continues to be the baby of the Bluth family. He enjoys giving backrubs to his mother Lucille, having photo shoots in matching outfits with his mother, and dating women named Lucille who are his mother’s age.

Skrillex

Sonny John Moore, aka Skrillex, is a music producer and dubstep DJ. He’s known for his sick drops and sicker haircut. You can fake it till you make it with this wig, stick-on piercings, faux plug earrings, and Fisher Price turntable.

Marilyn Manson

Brian Hugh Warner is best known for his controversial stage persona, Marilyn Manson. His stage name was apparently inspired by two famous icons’ names, Marilyn Monroe and Charles Manson. He has been romantically linked with beauties such as Rose McGowan, Dita Von Teese and Evan Rachel Wood, despite wearing more make-up than they do.

Blue Man Group

Blue Man Group is a trio of mute humanoids who turn everyday items into music and art. Through avant-garde performances, they’ll have you questioning cultural norms and the role of technology in modern society. Just watch out for the paint.

Bill Lumbergh

In Office Space, Bill Lumbergh is an Initech manager who constantly harps on Peter Gibbons about his TPS reports. If you could just go ahead and pick either the suspenders or the belt, that’d be great, mmmkay?

Milton Waddams

Milton is a meek employee of Initech. He’s walked all over by the management, with VP Bill Lumbergh taking his cherished red Swingline stapler and moving his cubicle into the roach-infested basement. But Milton will have his payback.

Don Draper

Don Draper is the all-American success story: a self-made man with a job at a top New York advertising agency, a house in the suburbs, and a beautiful wife. Well, if you ignore all the identity theft, manslaughter and adultery that got him there. Thus, not included in the costume below: self-loathing, borderline alcoholism, Dick Whitman.

Bertram Cooper

Bert Cooper likes to cultivate the image of an old eccentric in the offices of Sterling Cooper (and later, at Sterling Cooper Draper Price), but beneath the affection for Japanese art and Ayn Rand quotes lies a sharp, ambitious mind. He’s perfectly happy to keep and use secrets to manipulate other members of the firm, whether it’s using Don’s real identity against him or not-so-subtly reminding Robert Sterling just who exactly it was who got him his job in the first place.