Films: Scream and Scream Again (1970)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: It's one thing to try and create a master race, but what do you suppose they're going to think of you when you're done? Well, whatever the case, you can ignore all of those freaky questions by becoming one of them yourself.
History: Dr. Browning was hoping to craft a race of Ubermenches one day in the form of cyborgs known as "composites". All he needs is to splice humans with synthetics and...oh, balls, he made vampires instead. Ah well, might as well wait until the investigators go away to perfect the craft. Oh, and did we mention that he gave himself the composite treatment, too?
Notable Kills: It all comes back to that vat of acid of his. Speaking of...
Final Fate: Eventually, Browning is found out, yet still tries to extract a human brain for once. It fails, and by that point the other composites rebel against Browning for drawing too much attention to them. It all ends with the cyborgs getting dunked in acid one way or another.
Powers/Abilities: Inceased strength.
Scariness Factor: 1.5-What a lousy mad scientist. First, he inexplicably creates blood-suckers while trying to make robots, and then they all gang up on him. Loser.
Trivia: -Despite featuring Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, and Vincent Price (Browning) in the same film, their combined screen time only makes up about 1/5 of it.
-The original villains were going to be aliens, but it was changed to robots later.