Films: The Mad Butcher (1971)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: No "steamed hams" jokes here. None. Just a tale of a man who took the phrase "when life gives you lemons, make lemonade" a little too far.
History: Otto had recently been released from a mental ward, but his wife was ready to belittle him upon arrival. After accidentally killing her, Otto decides to grind her into sausage meat to hide the evidence. He soon realizes that not only does this make for good meat, but he can dispose of suspicious folk in a productive way.
Notable Kills: He stuffs people into a meat grinder for you to eat. This is why we invented health inspectors (we think).
Final Fate: Otto gets into a tussle with a man preventing him from claiming another life. In the ensuing brawl, Otto is shoved and falls right into his own meat grinder, being turned into sausages in the process.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Otto's portly appearance may not command that much fear, but his methods of killing sure are horrific. Just imagine the sheer terror and pain of being shoved into one of those grinders. Brrr...
Trivia: -Otto was played by Victor Buono, who was often picked for more scenery-chewing roles throughout his extensive career. And like our butcher, he had a thing for gourmet cooking.
-This film is also known in the U.S. as "Meat is Meat".