Films: Sorority Row (2009)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: A couple decades ago, we bore witness to a sorority house getting menaced by a guy in a clown getup due to a misfired prank. Now, yet another prank goes wrong, the girls pay for it, and...well, there's no clown costume this time. Bummer.
History: In what might be one of the most disproportionate and hairbrained pranks ever, a Theta Pi sister and her friends tricked her ex-boyfriend into thinking she died. Then he actually killed her in a misfired fit of grief, and the girls agreed to never let anyone else know. But rather inevitably, someone did. Namely, one of the girl's boyfriends, Andy Richer. You see, he was worried that his girlfriend would be arrested for contributing to the deadly prank, and wanted everyone who knew about the incident killed. And with an upgraded version of the tire iron used to kill the original girl in hand, he'll do it with glee.
Notable Kills: Slams a woman into where his tire iron is imbedded, impaling her through the mouth.
Final Fate: After being ousted as the killer and while the sorority house is on fire, Andy gets blasted by a shotgun, and falls onto a collapsing floor that sends him into the burning inferno. However, long after the building has been repaired, it's heavily implied that the ex-boyfriend is going to come back for his own vengeance...
Powers/Abilities: Any has retrofitted the old tire iron with knives so that it functions as a glaive of sorts.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-Who knew that an idiotic teenager could turn into such a man of killing expertise? A unique weapon and a hooded guise were good calls on his part, and it helps that most of your victims are going to be rather brainless and conceited losers like yourself. We're talking to the killer, by the way, not you.
Trivia: -In a nice subversion of how makers of the original film feel about their remakes, Mark Rosman has great admiration for this one, calling it "The Bourne Identity meets Scream".
-This film was shot in Munhall, Pennsylvania, where at least 10 houses were retrofitted to resemble a sorority house row.