Films: Intruder (1989)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: No one likes to lose their job. But people like getting their lives literally taken away even less, Bill! Work through it.
History: A small supermarket was nearing its last day, and the staff are forced to close things up before it gets sold. However, Co-owner Bill Roberts isn't prepared to let his job go, and proceeds to murder his partner before realizing that he could kill just about everyone else before the doors close forever.
Notable Kills: One of the posters below features a face ripped in half. The same happens here with a band saw (albeit nowhere near as graphic).
Final Fate: Bill leaves only two alive, if only because they manage to beat him up significantly before the police arrive. His last act is to successfully blame the carnage on them before his wound finally catch up to him. Eh, they were jerks anyway.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Bill here has the face of a mall cop but the mind of a butcher. It's little surprise that his kills often end gruesomely. But how can you blame him? He's just so crazy about this store!
Trivia: -This film was the directorial debut of Sam Raimi's closest partner, Scott Spiegel. The man based the film on his old Super-8 short, "Night Crew".
-The supermarket used for this film was empty when the film crew borrowed it, so over two tons of damaged goods were delivered to give the illusion of life to the building. Talk about dedication!