Films: Cellar Dweller (1988)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Back when parents were getting up in arms over comics with excessive violence, one guy proved to be their worst nightmare. Whether he wanted to or not is anyone's guess, but at least it was confined to that creepy home a while away.
History: Colin Childress was accused of murdering his wife shortly before setting himself on fire. In truth, he accidentally summoned a demon while drawing it in a comic, and desperately tried to banish it by burning the pages. Now, his old home is an artist's academy, and the demon still lives there...
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Once again, the monster is banished from the mortal realm when all the drawn pages are burnt in a fire.
Weakness: Destroy the comic, and the monster goes away.
Scariness Factor: 4-The effects are rather convincing, and the beast itself looks like a savage werewolf. The fact that it seems to enjoy its killing spree only amplifies the fright.
Trivia: -The story this film was based on got adapted in "Tales From the Crypt" under the title "Korman's Kalamity".
-If you can believe it, the comic art in the film was done by the legendary Jack Kirby himself.