Films: Shredder (2003)
Location: Civilized Area/Forest/Mountains
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Remember that wack 80s flick with the killer skier? Well, someone decided that there was plenty of room for more mountain sport-crashers. And this is what we got out of it.
History: Long ago, a young girl was killed by a group of drunken skiers at an abandoned ski resort. They say her ghost haunts the area now, but that doesn't stop people from trying to come anyway to enjoy themselves. What the urban legends don't tell you is that the girl was the little sister of the local bartender's daughter, Shelly, who was driven mad by the unpunished murder. Now, she stalks the resort clad in concealing ski garb, killing intruders in a variety of horrific ways.
Notable Kills: Decapitates a skier with razor wire, stabs another with an icicle, has a girl's scarf wrap around a chairlift's handle to hang her, beats a guy down with a shovel, and shoves a ski pole through a camera and into a guy's head.
Final Fate: The survivors eventually find out who the killer is as she prepares to run one over with a snowmobile. However, survivor no. 2 pops out of nowhere and shoots Shelly into the shredding jaws of the snowmobile, reducing her to a fine red mist.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-Shelly's outfit is already a bit off-putting with how it hides her identity, but her methods are nothing less than vile. Tragic backstory aside, they unique and violent ways she offs people will make you almost miss the ways of the killer from "Iced".
Trivia: -For some reason, this film was released in Japan as "Jason Z". Oh sure, ol' Voorhees would totally be killing people in a ski resort...in IDAHO.
-The filming location was the Silver Mountain Ski Resort in Idaho.