Films: From the Dark (2014)
Location: Haunted Home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: It is never ever, ever, ever, ever a good idea to go into a dark place in an isolated area. It just isn't. You have all the disrepair, the vermin, the loneliness...and the monsters. There is always a chance of monsters.
History: Somewhere in the unpopulated farm fields of Ireland, there's a place where no one lives. At least, no longer lives. Not too long ago, someone accidentally unearthed the tomb of a monster. A vampiric killer that made the place its own, preying on any intruders who dare stay long after the sun's gone down. And for some unwary travelers, reckoning is on arrival.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Out of all the people who encountered the vampire, only one survives, setting the thing on fire before stabbing it in the chest, causing it to flop onto the ground, dead as dust. Cue a surprisingly beautiful morning ending for a low-budget affair.
Powers/Abilities: Near-invulnerable to most attacks.
Weakness: Hates any form of light, and can be permanently killed by stabbing its heart.
Scariness Factor: 4-We have no idea who or where this Orlok-looking guy came from, but he was bad news from the start. Aside from being an ash-colored grey, he's as savage and vicious as you'd expect a being that's lived in total isolation. And he can sure take a lot of hits before going down, so give it your all.
Trivia: -The vampire's actor, Ged Murray, was found in a party before production started.
-Out of all the locales for this film, two of them were separate bogs.