Films: The Bride (1985)
Location: Haunted home/Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: What if Victor Frankenstein truly was the villain so many people portray him as (okay, done before, but still)? And what if he decided to go full-on Pygmalion with one of his creations? Disgusting, we know, but this film totally agrees.
History: After making a woman out of human parts, Baron Charles Frankenstein plans on using it as a mate for his previous creation, a man made of human parts. Unfortunately, the woman, named Eva, rejects the beastly man, and after he leaves in enraged sorrow, Charles takes Eva to his home, intent on molding her into the perfect lady. Meanwhile, the man befriends a dwarf named Rinaldo, who names him Victor, as they go about looking for riches to get to Venice. However, Victor still feels a connection to Eva, who's begun noticing how possessive Charles is of her...
Notable Kills: After some circus folk engineer Rinaldo's death, an enraged Victor throws one of them onto a wall of spikes.
Final Fate: After a long journey, Victor makes it back to Castle Frankenstein, where Charles is trying to assert mad dominance over Eva. The man-made being disposes of the evil baron, and manages to win over Eva. The two then go to Venice in order to honor Rinaldo's memory.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2-While Victor can be a major threat if pushed too far, he is ultimately too good of a soul to be scary. Eva is even less frightening, basically being a young girl in a woman's body. The two are absolutely perfect for one another.
Trivia: -Yup, that's Sting of "The Police" fame as the Baron. He's no David Bowie, but he's not a bad actor either.
-Rinaldo was named after Frederick I. Rinaldo, a blacklisted screenwriter who worked on several old Universal films, include the one with Abbott and Costello meeting Frankenstein.