Films: Don't Answer the Phone (1980)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Some killers are just...the worst. As in they have no redeeming qualities, and just need to leave the plane of existence before we tire of their presence. Guys like Kirk here would make Mr. Vorhees retch.
History: Kirk Smith. Vietnam vet, porno-photographer, professional stalker and strangler. Not exactly the most appealing resume. This depraved monster loved to torture, rape, and kill women in no particular order. His past times include raving about his dead dad, an ostensibly awful childhood, and crying at random when he's alone. But most of the time, he lives to make people suffer.
Notable Kills: Strangles a lady, and makes an upcoming victim listen in a twisted sneak preview of things to come.
Final Fate: Kirk is soon tracked down by detectives, one of which shoots him several times. He keeps trying to get up, but eventually the bullets bring him down to a thud in the garden pool.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-This man is walking vomit. Ugly inside and out, his hammy acting and twisted idea of fun make him stand out a bit amongst the killer krowd. Then again, he wasn't killed by the brightest detectives, so serves him right!
Trivia: -Kirk was played by Nicolas Worth, who seemed to have a penchant for portraying sick, evil men with deep voices and/or notable henchmen in movies and tv. His other most notable role was as a homosexual rapist in the 1985 tv movie, "The Rape of Richard Beck". For this role, he actually consulted a psychiatrist for advice.
-The whole thing was inspired by the killings in LA in the 70s committed by two different people named Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono. They were collectively known as "the Hillside Strangler".