Films: Tamara (2005)
Location: Civilized Area/Forest
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Carrie White was already a horror to begin with. But did you know that troubled psychic girls could always be WORSE? Oh, they could. As Tamara here will gladly demonstrate...
History: Tamara Riley was the kind of girl that EVERYONE picked on. From her perverted father to the masses of sociopathic classmates, Tamara had only witchcraft to turn to. But she was on everyone's shit-list when she exposed drug use in the football team. Then a few kids went too far, and during a prank, accidentally caused her to fall over and hit her head hard enough to die. But after they hastily covered their tracks by burying her in the woods, her blood helped complete a ritual of hers that not only brought her back from the dead, but also gave her a boost in confidence...and bloodlust. Now, she uses newly equipped seduction and telepathic powers to goad people into dying horribly as revenge.
Notable Kills: The infamous "hear/talk/see no evil" kill, as well as forcing her father to quite literally "finish the bottle".
Final Fate: After controlling people into killing others and generally causing havoc, Tamara is struck with guilt over her actions when she finds that one of the people there during the incident actually cared about her, and how she was now worse than her tormentors. As this realization decomposes her, the teacher she had been crushing on flings her and himself off a roof, ending her. However, one of the people she possessed is shown to nab her spellbook. Why? None can say...
Powers/Abilities: Can instill terrifying visions into the people she touches, as well as control them against their will. Her abilities can also help her to see into her victim's entire lifetime so that she knows precisely what to exploit.
Weakness: Trying to corrupt a pure-hearted soul will backfire on her. Also, anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-Tamara is only held back by how she was specifically targeting assholes mostly. But when she does put her new powers to use, it's the stuff of nightmares. If there's a violent and ironic way for one to die, she'll find out.
Trivia: -In 2014, a novelization based off this film's original script was released. It was a bit more graphic than the final product, and even included the fact that the only nice girl in Tamara's life was a closeted lesbian.
-Tamara was played by Jenna Dewan, who's early career mostly involved her being a backup dancer, and after "Step Up" put her on the map, she married Channing Tatum...for a time.