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The Five Best Cult Characters Ever

Hollywood may have plenty of dashing heroes and dazzling heroines, but it’s the weirdos that lurk in cinema’s underbelly who really linger in our dark hearts and minds.

 

Jack Torrance from The Shining

All work and no play make Jack a dull boy, which is just as well as ever since Jack Torrance was immortalised in celluloid in the 1980 horror classic starring Jack Nicholson, he has been very busy stalking through our nightmares.

Alex DeLarge from A Clockwork Orange

As the leader of a gang of ‘droogs’, Alex DeLarge is mostly known for getting up to no good. After a rampage of particularly unpleasant ultraviolence, Alex is sent to prison where is cured of his vicious urges. But if you think that can stop Stanley Kubrick’s most iconic character, think again…

Tony Montana from Scarface

Played with breath-taking bravado by Al Pacino, Tony Montana is the ultimate example of how not to make it in America. A Cuban refuge who finds success in Miami as a notorious drug lord, Montana has big dreams, killer lines ("Say 'ello to my little friend") and zero ability to play by the rules.

Walter Sobchak from The Big Lebowski

No, he’s not notorious slacker Jeff "the Dude" Lebowski, but The Dude didn’t swap a case full of money for one brimming with dirty underwear, Sobchak did.

Black Mamba in Kill Bill

Beatrix Kiddo AKA The Bride AKA Black Mamba, proves herself to be the one woman you should never ever mess with. Immortalised by Uma Thurman in Quentin Tarantino’s gory two-part epic Kill Bill, the yellow onesie has never looked deadlier.  

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