Films: The Loved Ones (2009)
Location: Civilized Area/Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: It is possible to be TOO attractive. Just ask poor Brent Mitchell, who over the course of one night experienced true Hell at the hands of the scariest yandere to not inhabit the East. If only there were nicer ways to say no...
History: Brent was already coping with suicidal depression after the death of his father in a car crash. Lola "Princess" Stone didn't seem to care, and really wanted to take him out to the prom. Even after the light refusal, she took it personally, and kidnapped him. As it turns out, she's been doing this with PLENTY of other would-be suitors, trying to find a true prince and not just another frog. Said "frogs" are kept in her basement, lobotomized and fed roadkill by her father. One of them is even her own mother, labeled Bright Eyes. Either way, Brent will be lucky to come out with his humanity intact.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After lots of gory ruthless torture, Brent manages to feed Lola's dad to the previous victims, and escape the house. Lola tries to assault him and his girlfriend, only to end up getting hit by that girl's car. She is then ran over again for good measure.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-Lola is the reason we never attended a single prom night for fear of attracting obsessed psychos like her. When those who die are the lucky ones, chances are you don't want to be in her little prison of a house. No lie, our youth was plagued by nightmares of this violent, incestuous monster...
Trivia: -The infamous scene (one of many) of Lola using a power drill to try and lobotomize Brent was inspired by some of the real-life methods of Jeffery Dahmer.
-As if this film wasn't scary enough, a near-perfect reenactment of it occurred in 2013, just minus a few of the nastier aspects and the horde of exes. It was also enacted by a guy, and his victim endured at least 49 knife wounds and cleaning fluid to the eyes. Just...why?