Films: Fear (1996)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Would you just look at that hunk! Yup girls, that was Mark Walberg back in the day, and he was a girl's dream, body-wise. But be thankful that didn't just apply to this character. Because if it did, we'd file poor Mark under the 'Venus Flytrap' variant of boyfriends...
History: Nicole Walker has just met the perfect boy in the form of David McCall. They hit it off quite well, but Nicole's dad doesn't trust him, and he often shows signs of aggression. Eventually, their relationship completely falls apart due to David's unfaithfulness and violent outbursts. But David isn't one to take no for an answer, as he begins to stalk her incessantly and put her friends in mortal danger.
Notable Kills: Alongside his equally monstrous roommates, he beheads Nicole's dog. Not. Cool.
Final Fate: Eventually, David and Nicole's beleaguered dad engage in an all-out brawl that ends with the stalker being hurled out the window and onto the flat rocks below, killing him with a satisfying crunch.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-David isn't invincible, but he's everything smart young girls and attentive parents fear about cute boys. Behind those abs is a raging sociopath willing to kill and team up with delinquents to get what he wants.
Trivia: -This film was dubbed "Fatal Attraction for teens" by its executive producer, Brian Grazer. We do see the logic in that.
-This was Mark Wahlberg's first ever starring role in a movie, his previous career defined by music, advertising, and trying desperately to redeem himself from the horrible acts of racism he did in his early youth.