Top 10 Movie Goths
1. Lisbeth Salander is easily one of the most compelling female characters of the past several years.
2. In these post-Emily Strange times, if a teenager likes to wear a lot of black and spends all their babysitting money on eyebrow piercings, it’s just because they’re Adam Lambert’s No. 1 fan
3. Allison (The Breakfast Club, 1985)Ah, the â€˜80s, when simply wearing a black sweater and forgetting to brush your hair made you a Goth
4. Damian (Bride of Chucky, 1998)
Watch a movie from the late ’90s, and you’re inevitably going to find gothy dorks popping up in minor roles
5. The Lost Boys (The Lost Boys, 1987)
Goths would probably demand way more respect if their usual hang-outs weren’t food courts or high school art class.
6. Janis Ian (Mean Girls, 2004)
Janis (Lizzy Caplan) is one Goth you donâ€™t want to cross, because she is smart, she is methodical and, worst of all, she is patient
7. Nancy (The Craft, 1996)
Like most high school outcasts with stringy hair, a snarling lip and thick black eyeliner, Nancy (Fairuza Balk) has a lot of anger.
8. Wednesday Addams (The Addams Family, 1991)
Ah, cinemasâ€™s youngest, most adorable Goth — and also the most deadly. When it comes to Wednesday Addams
9. Lydia Deetz (Beetlejuice, 1988)
Basically, if we were going to be a macabre 14-year-old girl (all over again), there’s nobody we’d prefer to be than Lydia Deetz
10. The Crow (The Crow, 1994)
You know, not all dudes go goth because their mommies didn’t hug them enough and they used to get pantsed in middle school for singing the Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack on the schoolbus.