Films: Gnome Alone (2015)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human toddler.
Summary: If you thought the era of small, annoying murderers was dead and done, you couldn't be more wrong. But instead of dolls or leprechauns, we have...a gnome. Wake us up when we get Brownies as villains.
History: Long ago, a leprechaun similar to the great Lubdan himself was robbed by his former lover, a witch, and he got his revenge by bribing the locals into torturing her. In her own retaliation, she summoned her Swamp Sisters to craft a talisman of protection. Thus, they made a gnome for her. Anyone in possession of it will have its violent protection. For teenage Zoe, this gnome comes to life to cause mischief and vanquish her enemies. Now, she must stop him before he goes too far.
Notable Kills: Smashes a guy against a wall with a car, and stiches the lips of a girl shut with pins before scalping her.
Final Fate: Eventually, after the gnome takes out her abusive father, Zoe gives in to her bloodlust, and is institutionalized. Then the leprechaun shows up to get his lost coin of gold from her, causing the gnome to spring into action and attack him.
Powers/Abilities: Can teleport and read the mind of his summoner so that he knows who to kill.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-As per usual, the wisecracker killer archetype offers a healthy dose of black comedy to this murderous pipsqueak. That said, his murders are as grisly as they come, and his appearance is nothing to stare at for too long.
Trivia: -The Gnome was played by Verne Troyer, who was known for his role as Mini-Me in the "Austin Powers" franchise.
-Speaking of which, it took two hours every day to get the make-up on him for his role.