Best Villain SongsAny song from any villain, whether in film, TV, video games or the theatre, Put it here!
The Top Ten
Do I need to say anything? By far the best villain song out there.
While Be Prepared is great too, this one gotta be my favourite villain song of all time. It lets us look inside the soul of a villain, not just hear him singing about his plans. Quite dark and serious for Disney, it almost makes me feel sorry for this ass Frollo. Also, Tony Jay's performance is brilliant.
The only villain song that mourns the evil inside of his character, instead of celebrating it
Even better than Let It Go.
No that should be number one not Hellfire that because this is dark does not mean
it's the best song than this.
Too overrated, much like Hellfire
Scar is FAR better than Frollo.
Be Prepared is the best song from the movie, while Hellfire is beaten up by Bells of Notre Dame.
I love this song so much! LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT!
If you think hellfire is good, just wait till you here this song. trust me you will love this
Best Disney Villain song for us to sing. It’s so good that Hellfire and Be Prepared just don’t feel like they’re scary or close to be perfect. This one is perfect. Ursula is amazing.
This has to be the best Disney Villain song in the world. You thought Be Prepared, or Hellfire are perfect? Well you are all wrong! I want you to go check this song out and come back and tell me what do you all think!
Best Disney villain song ever! Better than any other songs from Disney. I love seeing all villains together
Velma Kelly, Roxy Hart and their corrupt lawyer Billy Flynn are FAR better than Scar.
JOKER GOES LOONEY! As a light bulb batter bug.
I LOVE MARK HAMILL'S PERFORMANCE!
This one was pretty creepy and inspiring.
Much better than Hellfire!
So terrifying! At least there’s vocals. And Ghidorah is so evil. He’s the best villain that could ever exist. This much more epic than Hellfire and many more.
Tim Curry's sensuous voice makes this song inTOXICating (no pun intended)!
Wow, along with the eerily glowing visuals of skeletons and torture devices, Oogie Boogie gives me the chills with his songs. Along with the fact that he plans on torturing and killing Santa Claus.
This is the worst song in the whole movie, Be Prepared is better!
Ton times better than Be Prepared. Chernabog is scary! I know there’s no lyrics, not saying much, because this song is a million times more interesting than Be Prepared.
This song would be better if it was sung by Cruella herself.
Remember that segment from that Disneyland Disney-Sing-Alongs on VHS where it only has a few Disney Villains in a scene and it takes place at the Hanted Mansion? Cause that version of the song is the best one than the actual ride itself (it’s too fast).
It should be Number One!
LOOK AT THIS NET
This is basically from the T.V. series of The Little Mermaid. This is the song Ursula sang. There’s 2 versions in one episode. It’s awesome. Check it out
Joe may abuse his powers, but he has valid points, much like Scar.
And the song is ' addictive.
So dramatic in the verses, way more epic and bombastic than the actual movie, the chorus is pretty funky.
And yeah, Alan Rickman's voice acting on this one is amazing.
The contrast between the song's pleasant tone and the lyrics are the perfect match for GLaDOS' conflicting personality.
Seems to be Fagin's motto to his young pickpockets.
Um, hello! SIRENS! This whole song is only about people falling for their songs.DUH!
Ratigan is the man. I just love how much villainous fun he has in this song. It's a whole lot of fun, and is one of the most memorable scenes from the film.
Tempest was an allusion to Darth Vader. This song should be higher because it not only demonstrated how Tempest felt superior to the other ponies while on Storm King's side, but it also reveals the reason she joined him in the first place as well as her origin story. Tempest saw the truth of "friendship" right then and there. It broke my heart when I saw her origin story. I don't blame her "friends" though. An adult should've been watching them. Just goes to show how irresponsible their parents clearly were.