Films: Castle Freak (1995)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: For every aristocratic family, there is always the runt of the litter. And unfortunately for them, their parents can dispose of them whenever they want. But frankly, killing Giorgio at a young age would have been a blessing for both him and everyone else.
History: The somewhat deformed son of the famed Dutchess D'Orsino, Giorgio was soundly rejected by his mother after her husband left her. He was locked up in a cell for decades, growing even more deranged and ugly with time. But now a new family has inherited his home castle, giving him the motivation to self-mutilate for freedom, and eat them.
Notable Kills: Nothing special
Final Fate: Giorgio confronts who appear to be his next victims on the castle bridge when the father of that family, revealed to be his long-lost brother, pulls his chains so that they both go careening off the edge, killing them both.
Weakness: Anything conventional
Scariness Factor: 3.5-He may not be the most powerful beast, but Giorgio is a deformed mess of a being, and has the deranged mindset to boot. Even seeing him shamble awkwardly towards someone proves to be an unnerving sight.
Trivia: -This film was conceived when the director noticed a fake poster with a similar premise and same title. He was then offered a chance to make a film based on that so long as it had a castle and a freak.
-This film is considered to be based off H.P. Lovecraft's story, "The Outsider". Though that was more from the prisoner’s point of view, and it painted him in a much more sympathetic light. The only scene kept from the story is where Giorgio furiously destroys his own reflection.