There are no words to describe the obsession of this Twi-hard, who took her love of 'Twilight' -- and Taylor Lautner, and Kristen Stewart (twice!) and Robert Pattinson (twice!) -- to a whole new level, by tattooing the main characters across her back. Squee?
Ah, yes, the inevitable 'Star Wars' tattoo; obviously, there were many to choose from. However, this Darth Vader/Boba Fett/Palpatine trio is pretty badass. (Note: if you see this guy in a dark cantina, run.)
Any 'Potter' fan would be able to identify this symbol immediately. Known as the "Deathly Hallows," this tattoo represents the Elder Wand (line), the Resurrection Stone (circle) and the Cloak of Invisibility (triangle).
"They are the Nazgul, Ringwraiths, neither living nor dead," so said Aragorn in 'The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.' Everyone in Middle Earth knows not to mess with these nasty creatures, and that goes double for the Witch-King of Angmar (a.k.a. the Lord of the Nazgul), seen here, across this man's chest.
Since his debut in 1993, Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, has become a hero to Tim Burton fanatics. He also may be the most macabre protagonist in the history of stop-motion animation.
This probably isn't the best 'Little Mermaid' tattoo out there. (What's up with the crooked mouth?) However, any fan who feels it's necessary to express their Disney obsession on their body in permanent ink deserves some honor.
No, this tattoo isn't referencing any film in particular, but it's still important to note the continued influence Marilyn Monroe has on pop culture five decades after her death -- especially with Michelle Williams' buzzed-about portrayal of the sex symbol in 'My Week With Marilyn.'