Crazed by his experiences of war and flippant about his existence Nick plays with death, holding a loaded revolver to his head in a game of Russian roulette. All life already drained from his body he pulls the trigger and takes on his odds against the house...
The silent soulless murderer Kevin stalks his prey before ripping apart his victims with his finger nails and devouring them. Elijah Wood's normally baby blue eyes are transformed into a chilling heartless void.
I guess the fact that he has been dead for over a hundred years helps to give Edward the detached soulless glare that is his tortured trade mark. Far worse for Edward than any other vampire though, is the fact that he is in love with a mortal; constantly torn between his love and equal desire to eat the girl of his dreams.
Cold calculated, robotic killing machine from the future. Played to perfection with an unflinching glare as he slaughters young John Connor's adoptive mum, with a spike through the throat as he talks to the poor boy on the phone.
The ultimate tortured soul. Living alone in the underworld of the opera house has not faired kindly on the Phantom. Then he finds inspiration, hope and love in the form of a young chorus girl Christine. Initially allured by the seductive nature of the dark phantom she later decides to live above ground with her childhood sweet heart.
A lifetime of abuse and neglect shines forth in Gerard Butler's eyes as he portrays the desperation and unrequited passion of The Phantom.
When a group of young medical students play about with line between life and death they end up bringing back unwanted company from the other side. Kevin Bacon has always had a presence that terrifies me.
Not quite 'stone cold', but timid, naive and scared. Edwards eyes dutifully reflect that innocence and tentative fear of a young man pieced together with love, but left incomplete to decay alone.