Films: Happy Hell Night (1992)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Some people back in the day tried pulling off that devil-summoning thing for laughs. Some still do, but this film makes quite the case against doing any of that.
History: Back in 1963, Father Zachary Malius invoked Satan at a young and reckless age. The demon promised him wealth and power if he gave in. And Malius did, becoming a murderous empty shell that was soon committed to an asylum. But he won't stay committed for long. In fact, he's breaking out just in time to murder the teens that have come to his resting place.
Notable Kills: Impales a girl through the roof of a car and into her head with an ice pick.
Final Fate: One of the surviving teens manages to pull of the ritual that Malius took part in. It seemingly sends the killer to Hell, but a person who looks just like him is seen driving the ambulance.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-Aside from all the violent killing, just look at this guy's face! It's a blank slate that looks like a corpse with black holes for eyes. This wrongness only cements this guy as a slave to the Devil.
Trivia: -This film was also known as "Frat Fright".
-One of the most infamous killer priests in real life was Hans B. Schmidt, who was the only priest ever executed in America. We...try not to talk about what he did to his victim.