Films: Prison (1987)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: A corrupted prison is literally the worst thing ever. A corrupted prison holding the wrestles soul of a powerful spirit is another thing altogether. Better or worse? You decide.
History: Charlie Forsythe had no business being strapped to the electric chair. But the warden of Wyoming State Penitentiary was kind of an asshole, so he got offed anyway. Now, three decades later, the prison has been reopened, but something has also awakened. Namely, the vengeance-seeking spirit of Charlie.
Notable Kills: Straps a man to an electric chair with barbed wire, and launches him into the warden's office.
Final Fate: After sparking a prison riot (literally), Charlie pursues the increasingly unhinged warden outside of the prison, where he electrocutes his car and blows it up before disappearing for good.
Powers/Abilities: Mild reality warping, though he's a skilled electromancer.
Weakness: None, though he goes away if his purpose is fulfilled.
Scariness Factor: 3-Granted, he's after a specific kind of a-hole, but Charlie sure knows how to make a man suffer for his crimes. Pray that you had nothing to do with his demise, or he will find you and kill you in whatever sounds the worst prison-related way to go.
Trivia: -Many of the prison extras were actual convicts. The security guards were given live ammo so that most of them wouldn't try anything funny on set.
-Director Renny Harlin came up with this film...right after being found living in his car. Hey, we all come from somewhere, right?