"When Bobbleheads Attack"

Films: Trilogy of Terror (1975), Trilogy of Terror 2 (1996)

Alias: He Who Kills

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of a guinea pig.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Yes, we know that this monster was the last horror seen in a couple anthology films. But even the filmmakers know that you came solely to see this guy.

History: An evil Mexican spirit, known as "He Who Kills", lies imprisoned in this rather unsettling fetish doll. If the gold chain around it is removed, the doll will come to life and kill anyone in the vicinity. Naturally, the chain is removed every timeā€¦

Notable Kills: None.

Final Fate: First the doll is shoved into an oven before the spirit leaves and infects his potential victim. The second time around, the doll is thrown into sulfuric acid before infecting a human again.

Powers/Abilities: He Who Kills' spirit can leave the doll and possess others, giving them his ferocity and characteristics.

Weakness: Anything conventional, imprisoned by a gold chain.

Scariness Factor: 3-We will admit that this terror will give you either the death of a thousand cuts or turn you into a sharp-toothed monster if given the chance. But we really need to emphasize that none of this would happen if you'd keep that damn chain in place.

Trivia: -The doll bears a lot of resemblance to a Zuni demon known as Atahsaia. This cannibalistic monster was said to have been both enormous, dishonorable, and a pathological liar.

-The uncredited voice of the doll was of Walker Edmiston, who's better known for voicing the Keebler Elves.

Image Gallery

Must have gotten seasick from being sent overseas.

"Drink more ovaltine?"

How adorably terrifying.

"Lady, where's the receipt for my coming?"

Wait, there were two other stories? Nah, scratch that.

Spoilers, much?

Good luck getting her out of your nightmares.

Well, here we go again. What? I had to say that at some point on this site.