Films: The Unseen (1980)
Location: Haunted Home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Aw, those times when brother and sister take their pre-destined bond a little too far. Sadly, this sort of inbreeding doesn't always bode well for the inevitable offspring. Just ask poor Junior.
History: Ernest and Virginia Keller were siblings, and they wanted to marry each other. However, Ernest had to kill his abusive father in order for it to be so. They ended up conceiving a mentally challenged youth named Junior. Having learned nothing from his childhood torment, Ernest routinely beat up and belittled his son, locking him up in the cellar. Unfortunately, Junior's increasing desperation for companionship made him look like a monster to any unsuspecting guests.
Notable Kills: All of Junior's kills are purely unintentional.
Final Fate: Infuriated by seeing his dad beat up his mom, Junior scuffles with Ernest, but gets brained in the head with a plank and nail, killing him. Thankfully, Ernest is then shot for his crimes.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-Junior ultimately means no harm, and his naivety can be a bit endearing even, but his total lack of social skills and propensity to turn off others make him a tragic threat. Honestly, his father is the bigger monster here.
Trivia: -Junior was played by Stephen Furst, who previously starred in "National Lampoon's Animal House" as the character of "Flounder".
-Director Danny Steinmann was reportedly very angry about the final cut, claiming that most of the better scares were removed for its sake, to the point where he removed his name entirely from the film and replaced it with a pseudonym.