Films: Night of the Demons (1988), Night of the Demons 2 (1994), Night of the Demons 3 (1997)
Alias: Angela Franklin, Suzanne, Stooge, Z-Boy, Rick, Kurt, Abbie, Orson, Lois, Larry, Vince
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: A haunted house will never be a good idea for a get-together area. You always have to worry about the darkness, the bad upkeep, and the rumors of demonic activity.
History: Long ago on Halloween night, a whole family was killed off at the Hull House by a suicidal relative. From that point onward, the vacant house was said to have demons crawling just underneath it. So when some rowdy teens came to party, the ensuing séance brought one demon up to the surface, possessing Angela Franklin in the process. Now a bonafide demon herself, Angela delights in possessing others and murdering them all in a myriad of ways.
Notable Kills: Kills a man with just his badge, and impales another with her tongue during a fake love-making session.
Final Fate: Angela always remains at Hull House, but is always defeated in the end, usually due to the sun coming out too soon. It got to the point where at least one person swore to persuade people NEVER to come near the house. Can you blame her?
Powers/Abilities: Possession, shapeshifting.
Weakness: Sunlight, fire, and holy artifacts.
Scariness Factor: 4-As seductive as Angela can be, it doesn't change the fact that she's a horrid demon with a really scary face and scarier powers. How'd you like to be an unwitting pawn in a demon girl's sick game? Then again, she's humiliated a bit in the second film after getting hit by a holy water-filled super soaker, so there goes some mystique.
Trivia: -Not a single actor in the original film is of high school age. In fact, the oldest "kid" was played by a 29-year old.
-Angela was played by Amelia Kinkade, who claims to be able to communicate with animals. A "pet psychic", if we will.