Films: The Vagrant (1992)
Location: Haunted home/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Part of the problem with moving into a new neighborhood is that you never really know the place that well when you get there. So the chances of there being some madness-inducing troublemaker are fairly high.
History: Graham Krakowski has recently moved into his dream home, but his bliss is short-lived. A homeless vagrant won't stop bothering him, and little by little he drives the man mad. And no matter how crazy things get, no one except him seems to know of the vagrant's presence. Just who is this man, and what does he want with Graham?
Notable Kills: Stuffs a person's parts into Graham's fridge.
Final Fate: The Vagrant reveals that he is actually an insane ex-psychiatrist who has been testing Graham's sanity the whole time. This is revealed almost right before Graham exposes the murderer for who he is, and lets him get shot into a spike pit. That said, there are some implications that the Vagrant's influence lives on...
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-The Vagrant's scraggly look and guttural voice certainly evoke our worst fears about the homeless (not that there should be but okay). The fact that he knows what drives people over the edge makes it even worse.
Trivia: -This film was executively produced by none other than Mel Brooks.
-The Vagrant was played by Marshall Bell, who previously played as the infamous guy with a man growing out of his stomach in 1990's "Total Recall".