“Go orphan your sympathy”

Films: Orphan (2009)

Alias: Leena Klammer

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human girl.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Orphans are just the most pitiable and heartwarming children around. Yes, we know that being bereft of a family sucks, but thankfully for them, so many people are willing to give them a home. Just don't ever cross this one. Never this one...

History: Esther the Russian orphan is not who she seems. For starters, that isn't even her name. It's actually Leena Klammer, a psychotic woman diagnosed with hypopituitarism that has kept her from looking like she's aged past 10. She escaped from the asylum a long time ago, and has posed as a little girl since. Every family that's adopted her has been killed, and now the process is going to start all over again...

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After her secret is revealed, Esther and her new mom tussle on a frozen pond, which shatters and sends the two sinking. The mom manages to get out, and deliver a powerful-enough kick to the fake brat's head to snap her neck and send her to a watery grave.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-The twist is bound to catch you off guard, and in that moment, you'll realize you left your kids with an adult sociopath with a desire to kill. Esther/Leena/whoever is as cunning as she is merciless.

Trivia: -This film attracted a bit of controversy due to how people interpreted its purpose as being very anti-adoption. The filmmakers at the very least tried their best to let people know that they condone adoption in the wake of all of this.

-Esther was played by Isabelle Fuhrman, a child actress who was chosen after a very long search on the filmmaker's parts. Needless to say, the search was worth it.

Image Gallery

Dear lord in Heaven, THE EYES...

"Let me play Minecraft in peace."
And that's her tamest atrocity.

And now, the gloves come off. As well as everything else.

Good thing this house doesn't have a gun. I hope.