Films: Link (1986)
Location: Haunted home/Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average orangutan.
Summary: In case you haven't realized, abusing apes for science is never a good idea. For they are just a few steps away from being human, and like human beings, they know the thrill of committing all kinds of atrocious acts. But none more so than Link...
History: Link was an orangutan living in a secluded home as a butler for an abusive scientist dedicated on studying the intelligence of apes. He has lived there for forty-five years, and only now is his master planning on euthanizing him. But Link has other plans, as his inner resentment of humans explodes into a full-on killing spree in retaliation.
Notable Kills: Takes an angry dog and bashes it against a fence until it dies.
Final Fate: After going completely nuts, Link accidentally sets off an explosion that engulfs a house. Too preoccupied with trying to light a cigarette, Link ends up plummeting into the flames below.
Weakness: Anything conventional, as welll as a major smoking addiction.
Scariness Factor: 4-Never underestimate an enraged ape. If an ape at base intelligence can maul you like its nobody's business, imagine what a calculating, devious one can do to you. Because that's exactly what Link is.
Trivia: -Link may be called a chimp in the film, but he's very clearly an orangutan painted over to resemble a chimp.
-Link's simian actor, Locke, had to be carried in a wheelchair along with his ape co-stars so that he could conserve his energy.