Films: Dark Ride (2006)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Who doesn't like classic carny rides? They got that low-budget charm to them, and some even like to put a creative spin on them. But sometimes, especially when it comes to the Dark Ride, they may take it one step too far...
History: Not too long ago, a psycho known as Jonah lured people into his elaborate Dark Ride so that he could kill them and sometimes even eat them. But the final straw for the public was when a couple of twins went missing, and he was incarcerated in a mental ward. But he escaped, and the ride became open again. Now, a group of losers is here, and as they goof around the mostly defunct ride, Jonah lies in wait for the kill...
Notable Kills: Slices a police officer's head in two with one impressive machete.
Final Fate: Jonah meets his untimely end when he gets run into a spiked wall by a van. But wait! It turns out that one of the survivors, Bill, reveals himself as Jonah's brother! Thankfully, the police arrive to take him in.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-He's got the creepy mask, the violent tendencies, and a thing for theatrics, if his personal ride is anything to go by. It's almost a shame that the thing is so cool considering it was only ever good as a death trap. Either way, this is one messed up killer, ugly inside and out.
Trivia: -A Dark Ride, or Ghost Train, is usually just a cart being led alongside a path indoors. The theme can be romantic (tunnel of love, anyone) or scary usually. They have been popular since the 19th century.
-This film was directed by Craig Singer, who's also done other films for the 8 Films to Die For film festival, like "Perkins 14".