Films: Madhouse (1981)
Type: Natural, we think
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of average humans (that of a Rottweiler for the dog).
Summary: A classic tale of good siblings and bad siblings. That's about as much as we can say now. A pity though that the bad sibling here had backup.
History: Julia just really wanted to make amends with her psychotic sister, Mary. Unfortunately, Mary wanted to ruin her sister's life up to her birthday. Thus, most of the people Julia knew began to turn up dead. The main reason for this was a voracious rottweiler that seemed to be under Mary’s command.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Mary herself is stabbed to death by Julia's crazy uncle, while the rottweiler gets a power drill to the head. The uncle is then killed by Julia.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-Mary herself is just a crazy lady who screams at those she doesn’t like. However, her rottweiler is a pure-bred killing machine, perfectly content with murdering even the children that Julia knows.
Trivia: -This film was also known as "There was a Little Girl", "And When She Was Bad", "Flesh and the Beast", and "Scared to Death". The first two titles are based on a short poem.
-Anytime a rottweiler was being filmed, the rest of the crew had to be as quiet as possible, probably due to the dog being rather authentically short-fused.