"Dead-Side Manner"

Films: Patrick (1978)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: If John Morlar taught us anything, it's that you don't have to be a free-range man to cause havoc. You can just sit there, silent, judging, manipulating...

History: Patrick was a youth in a coma...right after he killed his own parents. They've got him in a hospital, and are keeping him alive to test the boundaries of life and death. But Patrick is special, for he can manipulate his surroundings without moving a finger. And then he starts getting possessive over one of the nurses.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Patrick is eventually confronted by his nurse, who threatens to inject him with potassium chloride. Patrick tries convincing her to do it to herself, but he boyfriend intervenes, and Patrick rises again just to crash into a cabinet. And yet, he still lives...

Powers/Abilities: Telekinesis, mind manipulation.

Weakness: Anything coventional.

Scariness Factor: 4.5-This man cannot do a single damn thing, and yet is perfectly capable of destroying his foes. All of them. How would you like to instigate your own demise against your will?

Trivia: -There was an unofficial 1980 sequel known as "Patrick Lives". It is non-canon.

-Director Everett de Roche's first idea for a scene was the ending one with Patrick lashing out. He went backwards from there.

Image Gallery

One of his weirder powers, I take it. To control any cabbage.

Seeing and expelling red.
None of this is living, you know.

For once, a psychic killer who's name doesn't end in a "e" sound.

He's doing a good job with that stare of his.