Films: Doll Graveyard (2005)
Alias: Samurai, Ooga Booga, Baby Girl, the German Soldier
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average rats.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: Dolls are some of horror's favorite playthings. The subversion of childhood joy is nothing new to us, but every time it happens, it's almost always dolls. Or action figures. Different strokes, different folks.
History: Long ago in 1911, a little girl was forced by her awful father to bury a quartet of handmade dolls that she loved dearly. She accidentally fell into the hole and died, leaving the dad to bury her alongside the dolls. But this girl, Sophia, wouldn't stay dead for long. After a curious boy unearthed the samurai doll, her spirit possessed the thing to bring back the others and help her kill the boy's current tormentors.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After Ooga kills the boy's abusive father and the dolls start to kill beyond their limits, the boy decides that enough is enough, and has them buried back in the grave whence they came. However, as he leaves, Sophia's own reanimated corpse comes alive...
Weakness: Anything conventional, though they do listen to their master for a time.
Scariness Factor: 3-As usual, you have killers who can be easily knocked over with a swift kick. But ambush is their friend, and they seem to love going for the real soft spots, like the eyes. You'd better hope you're not an a-hole. They hate those people especially, and for good reason.
Trivia: -Although a sequel was ultimately canned, as spin-off known as "Ooga Booga" was released in 2013. You can probably guess who it was about.
-Sophia was played by a young Hannah Marks, who once ranked as #25 in Rolling Stone's "Artists Changing the World" in the year 2017.