Films: Horror on Snape Island (1972))
Location: Haunted Home
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: Deserted islands don't do wonders for the human psyche. Even if you have companions, the devolution into insanity is real, and depending on your mental fortitude, it's not going to be a pleasant ride.
History: Saul and his deformed son Michael lived alone on Snape Island, just two deformed and deranged men haunting a lighthouse and the Phoenician gold that lie underground. At some point, a group of archeologists came to investigate (or f*ck, depending on the mood), giving the two incentive to start a massacre like with the ones who came earlier.
Notable Kills: A thing for swords and impaling people with them, these guys have.
Final Fate: Saul is shot repeatedly after being confronted, and Michael gets set on fire right before the lighthouse is blown up.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-Yes, they can be deadly, but they look like cavemen who haven't seen shavers or the sun in a long time. Michael wins a few extras for having claws, but that's it. Oh, and Saul has a flute solo as his calling card, a really bad one.
Trivia: -This film is also known as "Tower of Evil" and "Beyond the Fog".
-Michael was played by Mark McBride, who would find his true calling in performing as a stunt double.