“Precocious Undead”

Films: Milo (1998)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average grade-school kid.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Love persists alongside all other emotions for some of the bolder undead. But like a lot of things associated with beings from beyond the grave, it can be twisted into something ugly.

History: Milo Jeeder was that one creepy grade-school kid everyone else tolerated to a fault. One day, what everyone thought was going to be a prank turned into a fully-fledged murder on the kid’s part. Everyone thought that Milo drowned shortly after that, and was put six feet under. But now, he's returned without age or lack of memory. And by lack of memory, we mean that he's still pursuing his crush from all those years ago, killing people along the way.

Notable Kills: Nothing special

Final Fate: After trying to just kill his crush after courting her fails, Milo is impaled on a sharp piece of wood by her. Although the ending is a bit confusing, it's best to assume that Milo’s actions are now merely just a memory.

Powers/Abilities: Apparently, his rage and lust was strong enough to raise him from the dead.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-Milo is still a little kid, so tossing him around isn't an unviable option. Also, it's hilarious. That doesn't change the fact that you still have a murderous zombie creepy child, though.

Trivia: -Milo was played by Asher Metchik, who would mostly go on to do kid/teen roles in obscure movies.

-In the Appalachian areas, there is a folk story about a being that looks like a child, and asks you to spare some love and carry it on your back. If you do, the being will get heavier and heavier until you look at what it is...and die at its hands.

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So cynical, they stole a tagline from another film we covered.
Okay, that's...slightly more creepy.
Face of an angel, mind of a demon.