25 Movie Characters With the Highest Kill Counts in History

A number that’s often talked about in action movies is “kill” or “body” count.  The raging testosterone in male and female movie goers tends to have an obsession with how many bad guys get put away thus a movie’s “kill count” becoming a new component for not only judging how awesome a movie is but also how tough a character is.  Speaking of characters which ones have the most kills per movie?  It’s a good thing that you are wondering that because we’ve got all the numbers.  Here are 25 movie characters with the highest kills counts in a single movie.

T-24 — El Mariachi (Desperado, 1995) – Body Count — 53

24 — Agent 47 (Hitman, 2007) = Body Count — 53

T-22 — Miyamoto (Ritana, 2002) = Body Count — 54

22 — Frank Castle (The Punisher, 1989) – Body Count — 54

21 — Josey Wales (The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976) – Body Count — 55

20 — Robert Neville (I am Legend, 2007)- Body Count — 56

19 — Inspector Li (The Killer, 1989) – Body Count — 58

18 — Cor. Braddock (Missing in Action, 1984) – Body Count — 59

17 — Luke (Bullet in the Head, 1990) – Body Count — 60

16 — Blade (Blade I, 1998) – Body Count — 65

15 — Riddick (Chronicles of Riddick, 2004) – Body Count — 67

14 — Ah Jong (The Killer, 1989) – Body Count — 69

13 — Rambo (Rambo III, 1988) – Body Count — 72

12 — “Leftenant” Schaffer (Where Eagles Dare, 1968) – Body Count — 73

11 — The Bride (Kill Bill: Vol.1, 2003) – Body Count — 76

T-9 — Tequila (Hard Boiled, 1992) – Body Count — 77

9 — Blade (Blade II, 2002) – Body Count — 77

8 — Ken (A Better Tomorrow II, 1987) – Body Count — 78

7 — John Matrix (Commando, 1985) – Body Count — 87

6 — Rambo (Rambo, 2008)  – Body Count — 87

5 — Tetsuo (Akira, 1988) – Body Count — 96

4 — Topper Harley (Hot Shots! Part Deux, 1993) – Body Count — 103

3 — John Preston (Equilibrium, 2002) – Body Count — 118

2 — Smith (Shoot Em’ Up, 2007) – Body Count — 141

1 — Ogami Itto (Lone Wolf and Cub: White Heaven in Hell, 1974) – Body count — 150

Save



Add Comment

Five TV Shows That Successfully Cut Out Their Main Character
He-Man
He-Man and The Masters of the Universe Gets the RPG Treatment
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Apocalypse Earth
A Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Reboot is Coming with a Twist
Five Movies We Need to See That Were Completed but Never Released
Five Tragic Backstories of Our Favorite MCU Superheroes
Five Awesome Origins of Famous Movie Monsters
Blazing Saddles Remake Is Happening as an Animated Samurai Movie
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Thea Lissi
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Draya Michele
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Eric Rosenbrook
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Trina McGee
The One DC Character Who Can’t Stand His Own Super Powers
Five Superheroes That Would Make Terrifying Villains
The Time That Darkseid Actually Worked for McDonald’s
Gary Larson Brings Back Far Side Comic For First Time in Over 25 Years
The Top Ten Dueling Monsters In Yu-Gi-Oh!
The Top Five Yu-Gi-Oh! Villains
Vinland Saga
Why You Should Be Watching Vinland Saga
Super Anime
Check Out Mario & Luigi: Super Anime Brothers
Video Games
What Happens to Your Body When You Play Video Games Every Day
What I Want To See In Rocksteady’s Upcoming Suicide Squad Game
Here’s A Good Idea For The Next Game By Sucker Punch
Video Game Violence Officially Doesn’t Correlate with Real Life Violence