Films: The Nun (2005)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: What better idea for a monster than a conventionally good symbol of purity being turned into the exact opposite? Not many, it turns out! And while you're at it, make it unique and convoluted as well.
History: Long ago, Sister Ursula went bonkers and attempted to abort a student after she got pregnant. In retaliation, she and her friends accidentally got the nun killed by knocking her out in a filled bathtub. Now, she’s back as a vengeful spirit, killing people with names shared with holy women in order to honor good old martyrdom. But is Sister Ursula really back from the dead, or is there something else going on?
Notable Kills: Smashes a woman's arms off with an elevator shaft, and kills someone with a high-pressure burst of water from a pipe.
Final Fate: Both Ursula and the same woman she assaulted confront each other underwater in a flooded room. Ursula is killed by an arrow to the heart...but the arrow is then seen in the heart of the woman, Eve, with Ursula nowhere to be seen. Were she and Ursula two sides of the same coin, or are they one in the same?
Powers/Abilities: Mild manipulation of reality, especially water.
Weakness: Her heart is her one weakspot.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Some shoddy special effects are out trying to undermine an otherwise scary apparition. It's one thing that she has the standard manipulation powers, but one who controls water has every right to be feared. Just so you know, she could rip a hole through you with enough high-pressure concentrated water. Then again, what's scarier is that the murders could have been done by a regular woman...
Trivia: -Sister Ursula was named after a saint whose entire life and death is fairly ambiguous. What we do know is that she is hailed as the patron saint of women's education.
-This film was directed by Luis de la Madrid, whose career mostly consists of editing gigs.