#1: DENETHOR - LORD OF THE RINGS:
He loves Boromir.
But could care less about his younger son Faramir.
To point he tells Faramir, to his face, he wishes Boromir was one that survived.
And sends Faramir on a sucide mission.
He redeems though. But dose in the worst possible way.
He falls into madness when he believes a wounded Faramir is dead from a futile effort to retake Osgiliath, leaving Gandalf to command the city defences against the Orc army under Gothmog. But as Gothmog's forces eventually force their way into the city, Denethor tries to kill himself and Faramir on a bonfire. Luckily, Pippin alerts Gandalf and they save Faramir while Denethor throws himself off the top of Minas Tirith as Théoden and the Rohirrim arrive..
#2: MR TURNER:
Mr. Turner's role on the show occasionally surpasses even that of Cosmo when it comes to being dimwitted. But usually Mr. Turner tends to be simply deranged. This insanity usually results in him neglecting Timmy or putting his family in otherwise avoidable danger. While Mr. Turner does love Timmy, he and Mrs. Turner still like to go out often and enjoy themselves without him. They even ignored and destroyed a legal document that said he was not to be left with a babysitter on Saturdays, preferring to use it as a fish wrap instead. He also hates his neighbors, the particularly Mr. Dinkleberg and his wife, Mrs. Dinkleberg, because they constantly beat the Turners at contests and have more money to spend on themselves, since they are childless. This fact is one that the Turners seem to sometimes wish for themselves, since they are apparently the only couple in the neighborhood with any children, except Vicky and Tootie's Parents. Their more recent behavior shows a greater air of indifference toward Timmy. Such examples include: constantly forgetting his birthday, allowing to be sent to military school so they can rent out his room, and sending to Camp Learn-a-Torium, not caring if he has fun, so long as he is out of their way..
#3: FILTHY RICH:
We all shall how cruel Diamonds mother can be.
I don't doubt her father is any better..
#4: JACK TORRANCE:
At first, Jack was the fairly likeable protagonist and a loving husband and father. He was a writer who accepted the job of winter caretaker for the Overlook Hotel, despite being informed of the building's grisly past and reputation as a cursed place (which he shrugged off as a superstition) and he took his wife Wendy and son Danny with him to the hotel, and thought that the solitude of the place would help him in his writing as well. However, Jack soon descended into madness that was never fully explained, depending on the view of the audience he could've either suffered an intense mental breakdown or he was possessed by the spirits of the Overlook Hotel -- whatever truly happened to the unfortunate Jack was never fully explained. Yet, the demonic possession was further implied by all the ghosts that haunted the hotel, especially the ghosts of young kids who frequently appeared to Danny as well. The ghosts were apparently attracted by the boy's power and seemingly tried to drag him into the Underworld.
Jack attempting to murder his family
At any rate, Jack soon lost his mind completely, and became increasingly abusive toward Wendy and Danny while holding conversations with a ghostly bartender (who appeared to be the ghost of the previous caretaker) that apparently only he could see -- he also had a traumatic experience with a ghastly phantom in a hotel room and ultimately descended into a murderous psychosis in which he tried to kill his wife and son with an axe (much as the previous and son with an axe (much as the previous caretaker had done years previously).
However, Jack was outsmarted by his family after a fearsome manhunt, and ultimately left to freeze to death in the giant maze outside the hotel after Wendy and Danny escaped the hotel..
#5: PETER GRIFFIN:
Among the members of his family, he tends to treat Meg with the least respect; in "Peter's Daughter", for example, he reminisces about the various pranks he played on her, including tripping her, flicking her nose with his finger, and even shooting her at one point. Also, he wipes a boogie on her hat saying "Hey Meg...Proud of you". He is known to embarrass her at times and with things that mean the most to Meg; the entire family once huddled together to read her diary and continue after Meg catches them. However, later episodes of the series show Peter developing greater respect and unity between himself and his daughter such as in "Road to Rupert" and the aforementioned "Peter's Daughter", though these moments tend not to last for very long..
#6: RANDY MARSH:
Despite his usual good intentions.
Randy's lack towards most forms of common sense leaves him and his family into trouble. Partially Stan.
Randy is shown to be very violent at times. He often is in mobs and flips over Korn's truck. He chops off a man's hand, and perhaps kills him, in order to stop Stan from knowing that he was a fake in My Future Self n' Me. He is shown in the end of 'I'm a Little Bit Country' fighting with Skeeter. He is shown to be very violent again in 'The Losing Edge', beating up rival baseball dads. He shoots off a man's head and when he fears the man is becoming homeless when homeless people take over the town. He beats up a woman in 'T.M.I.' after she questions his theory about penis sizes, implying that Randy is hostile to anyone who accuses him of having a small dick (which also explains Cartman's personality). He also gets sent to anger management, and then takes over a FedEx building with Cartman, Tuong Lu Kim, Michael, and Butters. He also joins the civil war re-enactors with Cartman and loots, rapes, and tortures.
In "Night of the Living Homeless", he was armed with a shotgun, while hiding with other parents on top of the community center. While he did not use his weapon against the surrounding homeless, he did decapitate Glen as punishment for being homeless..
#7: STUART MCCORMICK:
Being a heavy alcoholic, Stuart is drunk most of the time. He is shown to often argue and abuse his wife, but it appears to go both ways, as in some episodes Mrs. McCormick berates him without direct provocation. Although he and his wife have been shown physically abusing each other, it has never been shown or implied that Stuart abuses his children.
Imagine growing up to this..
#8: WALTER WHITE:
While he started out as a mild-mannered chemistry teacher, by the end of Breaking Bad's five-season run, Walter is a drug kingpin living a double life, responsible for untold criminal activity and human cruelty. Sure, he makes a show of caring for his family, but in the end the only thing he cares for is himself..
#9: TYWIN LANNISTEN:
Sure, he's a brilliant military commander, and sure, his children are incredibly driven and successful. But this man brings a whole new meaning to "tough love."
Even Jaime and Cersei had a tough time with dear old dad, but that's nothing compared to what Tyrion endured. (Just ask his first wife.) All in all, Tywin's not exactly father of the year..
#10: NICKOLAS BRODY:
Like many bad fathers before him, Brody abandons his family to go on the lam. But that's just the start: Most absentee fathers aren't also former decorated soldiers turned sleeper agent jihadists bent on infiltrating Congress. Nick gets some bonus badness points for cheating on his wife with a CIA agent and getting branded a traitor by the U.S. government..