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What's the most villainous thing that Regina George does? Is there any way to sympathize with Hannibal Lecter? Could Erik Killmonger have been rehabilitated? In Season 1 of 'Villains,' Shea Serrano answers those questions and more, exploring eight of the most interesting, most intimidating, most undeniable movie villains in history.

Customer Reviews

Listen or go to hell

Subscribe for the villain stay for the humor. Shea talking about what words he doesn’t know is so authentic. Us second gen kids get it. Now, do I correct my mom? Never, it’s too cute. “Listen to Villains or go to hell.”

Please stop pausing to podcast

Please stop cutting into the podcast to do extra commentary. It’s not working. I like the podcast but it’s much better just normally edited.

It’s a Black Thing....Episode3

Really like the podcast but was kinda annoyed in episode 3 Erik Killmonger. To say the Killmonger death scene speech wasn’t thought out is just silly. As an African American the slaves who jumped off the ship could possibly be ancestors.. entire families of brothers, sisters and extended families were captured and swept up and shipped off so to say you can’t be a descendant of a slave who didn’t come off of a plantation is not true... just saying