"Nothing can redeem this film"

Films: The Redeemer (1978)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized area/Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: If we have to hear another of these religious wingnuts go on and on about how sinful high schoolers are...then we'll kindly let them carry on. Just make sure they don't start killing anyone.

History: "The Redeemer" is against all sin. A hateful priest in public, he makes it no mystery how much he hates the vices of the nation's youth. For today, he's invited a bunch of high schoolers to a reunion party, where he plans to kill them all in a variety of ways.

Notable Kills: No two kills are the same with the Redeemer. Can you say, "doll with a flamethrower" with a straight face?

Final Fate: Despite getting a bullet wound to the side, the Redeemer manages to get all the teens killed. He finishes his speech in the modern time, and congratulates a boy for killing a bully. Oh, and this kid seems to have a habit of walking in and out of a lake. A messenger of Hell, perhaps?

Powers/Abilities: Comes with a variety of weapons, in particular a bunch of automated dolls.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-His reaper garb can be a little ridiculous, but there's no denying that the Redeemer gets the job done. His dolls are honestly the last thing anyone wants to see before death.

Trivia: -This film's alternate titles include a subtitle, "Son of Satan", and "Class Reunion Massacre".

-The Redeemer was played by T.G. Finkbinder, and before you make fun of that name, keep in mind that he's a teacher, and you're probably not.

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Want more terror? Come to class in Detroit.
At least, Damien didn't need that stupid Grim Reaper get-up.
No more awkward cafeteria conversations regarding social views.
This creates a whole bunch of questions regarding the Redeemer's upbringing.