"Keeping it together"

Films: Pieces (1982)

Alias: Timmy

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Puzzles are a nice way to kill time. They are not a very decent excuse for murder, however. Try telling that to the Dean here.

History: Little Timmy was just working on a pornographic jigsaw puzzle, when he decided to murder his mom after she tried to put a stop to it. The cops were convinced that Timmy was just a witness of the murder, and let him go. Now, Timmy lives as a respected Dean of the local college. However, in secret, he kills people while dressed in black, and takes their body parts so that he may complete a stitched-together figure based on the puzzle and his mom.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After his identity is revealed, Timmy is shot for his crimes. Only afterwards do the authorities discover his motivation for the killings. Then the figure comes to life and rips a guy's nuts off. WHAT?!

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-This guy is completely screwed up. Aside from the eerie noir-inspired getup, he knows the college inside and out, and has an extremely messed-up agenda. At least Norman Bates settled for just playing dress-up for his mom!

Trivia: -The look of the Dean was inspired by The Shadow, an extremely famous pop-culture icon who's pretty much a walking actionized embodiment of heroic noir stories.

-Because some idiot thought it was a good idea to film this thing in the winter, one of the actresses almost died of hyperthermia after being forced to swim in a freezing pool.

Image Gallery

Anywhere in the Deep South is fair game.

When will parents learn better parenting in these movies?!

May they be remembered fondly.

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Cheap film, utterly horrifying results.