Films: The Last House on the Left (1972)
Alias: Krug Stillo, Junior "Willow" Stillo, Sadie, Fred "Weasel" Podowski
Location: Civilized area/Haunted Home
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: To us, the scariest monsters are not colossal city-wreckers, or werewolves, or vampires, or aliens. No. Humans will always be the most frightening beings for how real and how sadistic they can be. Krug and his pals are happy to demonstrate.
History: A recently escaped group of sadistic convicts, Krug Stillo's gang has a pendent for torturing and raping captives, and making death seem like a mercy. Their most recent targets are friends Mari and Phyllis. It will be a day of blood and terror.
Notable Kills: Sadie's first instinct upon seeing a mutilated Phyllis is to rip her insides out. Ugh.
Final Fate: After horribly killing the two teens, Krug and co. decide to crash at Mari's parents' house. Unfortunately for them, the couple figures the situation out, and they are all killed in multiple ways. Weasel has his little weasel ripped off, Sadie throat is ripped, Junior is tricked into killing himself by an enraged Krug, and the leader himself is ripped up by a chainsaw. Serves them all right.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-They're not unkillable, yes, but if you want to see the very worst of humanity, your search is over. Easily the most hideously-minded of psychos, we're more than glad that they died so horribly.
Trivia: -Predictably, this Wes Craven picture was met with obscene controversy. The film has been cut and banned across the decades, and is a shining example of how badly people can react to the most violent and sadistic of films.
-The names for this film during production include "Sex Crime of the Century", "Krug and Company", and "The Men's Room".