Films: May (2002)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: The shrinking violet of horror. We've seen this kind of villain before, and they almost always make us feel pity. But beware, because even if they don't have psychic powers, the unhinged social outcast always has a catch worth telling.
History: May Dove Canady doesn't have supportive parents, has no friends, no social skills, her only companion is a doll named Susie, and she seems to be turned on by the sight of blood. She does work at an animals hospital, and overall seems like an otherwise sweet girl. Except when boys inevitably turn tail due to her habits, she begins to unravel. If they're only going to like parts of her instead of the whole, then so be it. Besides, she can always do worse...
Notable Kills: Accidentally murders a cat, and this is only the beginning.
Final Fate: Eventually, May's plan is revealed to be her taking parts of her victims and sowing them into a human amalgamation that would make Frankenstein proud. The new creation, dubbed Amy, seems inanimate…until it isn't. But how much of it is in May's deluded head? None can say...
Powers/Abilities: None. Maybe creating life?
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-While one can't help but pity this lonely girl, you have to admit that she's thoroughly messed up. Anyone who has to kill, collect body parts, and even self-mutilate to create a patchwork monster for herself is probably someone best to avoid.
Trivia: -May's actress, Angela Bettis, claims that while she wasn't paid much, she loved playing May due to how she was written.
-Originally, we were to see what May was like as a little kid, but by that point, the beginning was already at risk of being too slow-paced.