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Action movies know this well — no genre is more aware of the importance of connotation than the action genre. (In our estimation "John" and "Ellen" are a wash.)3. Otherwise John Mc Clane would win in a landslide.) Basically the rankings come down to this question: If you were given a card with two of these names on it and told you were going to have to fight one of them to the death, which would you pick? If you're gonna have a badass hero, you have to give them a badass name. The more intimidating the name, the higher it lands in the rankings. Initially, surnames consisted of the names of the father or someone important in the family.These were known as patronymics and included prefixes like di and da, which meant 'son of' or 'daughter of'.Peewee Gaskins, Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, Ed Gein, Albert Fish, Fritz Haarmann, Gilles de Rais, Dean Corll, David Berkowitz, Gary Ridgeway, Dennis Rader, Harvey Glatman, Richard Ramirez, Ed Kemper, John Wayne Gacy, Arthur Shawcross, Lizzie Borden, Belle Gunness, Robert Hansen, William Heirens, Danny Rolling, Henry Lee Lucas, Ottis Toole, John Norman Collins, Peter Sutcliffe, Richard Trenton Chase. Gore Orphanage Road in Vermilion, Ohio Blood Alley in Vancouver, Canada. Cannibal Road, in Loleta, California Screamersville in Virginia, USA. Jack the Ripper, Son of Sam, The Riverman, The Night Stalker, The Yorkshire Ripper, The Boston Strangler, The Angel of Death, BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill), Metal Fang, The Beast of Birkenshaw, The Hammerman, The Hillside Stranglers, The Tool Box Killers, The Vampire of Sacramento, Monster of the Andes, The Bloody Benders, The Eyeball Killer, The Candyman, The Giggling Granny, The Zodiac, The Werewolf of Wisteria, The Killer Clown, The Lipstick Killer, The Mad Axeman of New Orleans, The Servant Girl Annihilator, The Gorilla Man, The Bedroom Basher, The Co-Ed Killer, The Warwick Slasher, The Weepy-Voiced Killer, Charlie Chop-off, The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run, The Doodler, The Grim Sleeper, The Babysitter AKA The Oakland County Child Killer, The Red Demon The Moon Maniac, The Plainfield Ghoul, The Demon of the Belfry, The Butcher of Hanover, The Doorbell Killer, The Mad Biter.
This system persisted until medieval times and then became obsolete until the 1500's.The single name system began to create confusion among people and soon the two name system came into existence.The first name consisted of an individual name and the second name become a surname.Elvira, Drusilla, Cruella, Griselda, Morticia, Antoinette, Crimson, Scarlet, Raven, Shadow, Mercy, Tempest, Mordred, Desdemona, Winifred, Althea, Temperance, Lucinda, Henrietta, Lenore, Coraline, Belladonna (a poisonous plant), Hecate (a witch from Shakespeare’s Mac Beth), Zelda.
Damien, Norman, Igor, Cole, Vlad, Luther, Boris, Abel, Barnabas, Dexter, Zander, Ichabod, Raoul, Ebenezer, Edgar, Bran, Gideon. Mister Frost, Mister Sinister, Mister Dread, Mister Shhh, Mr Rellik, Dr Alucard, Mr Natas, Mr Morte, Mr Fogg, Mr Hex, Mister Moloch, Mister Mesmer, Mister Peepers, Mister Hollow, Dr Frankenstein, Dr Jekyll, Mr Hyde, Mister Mystery, Mr Leech, Mr Nobody, Mr Stench, Mr Murder, Mr Sardonicus, Mr Mean, Mr Vile, Mr Foul, Mr Skeeve, Mr Scratch, Mr Fagin, Mr Magwitch, Dr Faustus, Mr Murderous, Mr Savage, Dr Death, Dr Giggles.
Cujo, Crusher, Grizzly, Cerberus, Killer, Demon, Hannibal, Spike, Ripper, Bedlam, Brutus, Razor, Jaws, Psycho, Reaper, Chopper, Grinder, Lucifer, Chaos, Shredder, Fang, Rasputin, Savage, Reptar, Satan, Chomper, Slash.