“It's got its eye on you”

Films: The Killer Eye (1999), Killer Eye: Halloween Haunt (2011)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Haunted home/Eldritch location

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: We've seen killer hands, and we have also seen crawling eyes. But how about we see those eyes again after all this time? That's what this oddball eyeball is for.

History: An experiment in finding the 8th dimension has gone horribly wrong. A person's eye has been possessed by a dimensional demon, and has taken an enlarged life of its own. Now, a magic hypnotic disembodied eye is on the loose, seducing women and eating brain matter.

Notable Kills: Nothing special

Final Fate: The eye is driven away back to the 8th dimension, but it seemed to have impregnated some of the girls. This event was followed by the movie this creature was in inexplicably bringing a smaller eye replica to life, which rampaged until it was crushed by a sledgehammer.

Powers/Abilities: Hypnosis, possession, and necromancy.

Weakness: Anything conventional, though bright lights irritate it.

Scariness Factor: 2.5-This creature's powers are potent, that much is known. Also, its origin is unendingly messy. However, the effects leave much to be desired, as this thing is mostly a wobbly rubber prop with a bad lightning effect on its pupil.

Trivia: -The first film was directed by David DeCoteau, under the pseudonym of Richard Chasen. This guy has a long, long, long list of films under his belt, many of which of dubious quality.

-If you really think about it, both films are about a unique killer cyclops!

Image Gallery

How the females of his species reproduce is just as painful.

The horror of already tired franchises!
I call foolishness! There was a whole film about that tagline.

It's not a true eye monster until lasers are attatched.

If this is an actual poster related to this...LIES!

Could have picked a better host?
I take it the censors got to this poster.

I'm two seconds away from calling this a Pornhug thumbnail.