6 of Our Favorite Latino Movie Villains!

There’s no better way to get in the Halloween spirit than to honor our favorite Latino movie villains. Warning: these characters have no mercy and are ruthless! Find out who made our list below.

1. Villians: Benicio del Toro

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Lawrence Talbot in The Wolfman

Full moons have never been scarier! The Puerto Rican actor nailed the part as the vicious and tragic human-turned-werewolf. Who can forget the scene when he’s strapped to the electric chair for treatment? Let’s not give this character a reason to howl!


2. Villians: Javier Bardem

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Anton Chigurh in No Country for Old Men

Known for crafting tormented villains in his works, Cormac McCarthy’s adaptation of No Country for Old Men focused on Javier’s character Anton, a psychotic hitman who strangles a sheriff in cold blood and continues on an emotionless killing spree. He’s what nightmares are made of…


3. Villians: Salma Hayek

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Satánico Pandemónium in From Dusk Till Dawn

True Blood and The Vampire Diaries have nothing on Salma in this movie. There’s no doubt that she makes the best vampire queen and seductive blood-loving temptress. Oh yeah, she likes snakes too.


4. Villians: Andy Garcia

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Terry Benedict in Ocean’s Thirteen

This is what mob bosses are made of! Andy played a badass casino-owner willing to do anything for revenge and money. A lost vault sparked pure evil in his character!


5. Villians: Alfred Molina

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Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2

Otto Octavius is a man of science who plays with fire and ends up turning into a sinister mechanical octopus. His superpower? Unleashing his tentacles and destroying everything in sight!

 


6. Villians: Danny Trejo

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Machete Cortez in Machete

The Robert Rodriguez film expands Machete’s role in the hit action film, Grindhouse. One thing is clear from all of the gruesome scenes in the film – don’t mess with Machete!