Why They're Offensive: Hypocritical Weyland-Yutani rep who talks a good talk before confirming all of your prejudices about corporate yes-men.
Most Offensive Moment: Releasing facehuggers from captivity and locking the doors, so the Aliens can implant their eggs into Ripley and Newt.
Why They're Offensive: Any screen rapist could justifiably make this list, but the psychotic villain of Last House On The Left remains truly disturbing forty years on.
Most Offensive Moment: Krug carves his name in victim Mari's chest before raping her.
Why They're Offensive: Disney's first (partly) live action movie hinged on the elderly slave recounting African-American folk tales. Trouble is, his depiction as a happy-go-lucky grandfather figure looks more and more out of date with each passing year, to the point where Disney has effectively banned a US DVD release.
Most Offensive Moment: The scene-setting of slaves happily marching to work, which makes Remus look deluded - or brainwashed - before we've even met him.
Why They're Offensive: David Thewlis' snarling, misanthrope in Mike Leigh's Naked bullies his way through several relationships and follows a hapless security guard around his route, heckling him the whole way.
Most Offensive Moment: The opening scene, in which Johnny's anonymous sexual encounter turns nasty. The rest of the film is coloured by our realisation of what Johnny is really like.
Why They're Offensive: The rich are literally a different breed, according to cult horror Society - a secret cabal of shape-shifting aliens feasting on America's poor.
Most Offensive Moment: We're introduced to 'shunting,' the fucked-up orgy in by which they morph and merge into a flabby mass of man-eating meat.
Why They're Offensive: It's Christmas Eve, and the miserly landlord won't give his Muppet workers or tenants a day off from their misery. Humbug!
Most Offensive Moment: As the lyrics to There Goes Mr Scrooge puts it, "He charges folks a fortune for his dark and draughty houses / Us poor folk live in misery, It's even worse for mouses."
Why They're Offensive: Never mind the eponymous American Psycho 's wanton orgy of sex and violence, have you heard his CD collection? Jeez.
Most Offensive Moment: Taking an axe to Paul Allen (Jared Leto) to death while delivering a monologue on the musical merits of Huey Lewis And The News.
Why They're Offensive: A new low for Eddie Murphy, whose portrayal of Norbit' s slobbish wife manages to be equally sexist and size-ist.
Most Offensive Moment: Rasputia's threat to burn love rival Kate's face with acid. Classy.
Why They're Offensive: The plot of Soul Man is this - when Mark Watson can't afford to go to college, he takes tanning pills so he can take advantage of a scholarship for African-American students. Soul Man was made in 1986.
Most Offensive Moment: Mark fails to understand racial prejudice. "This is the Cosby decade. America loves black people."
Why They're Offensive: A tough call to find somebody more revolting than the cast of Meet The Feebles , but this literally muck-raking paparazzo makes them look like paragons of virtue.
Most Offensive Moment: This reporter gets most of his scoops by sitting in a toilet, accosting his victims when they take a loo break, and then feasting on what he finds.