Films: Ragdoll (1999)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of a small doll.
Summary: Voodoo isn't exactly the best course of action when you’re looking for revenge. Because there's always a catch. Then again, you could say that about any dark magic...
History: Nothing special.
Notable Kills: Local rapper Kwame has it in for a local crime lord after they brought harm to his family. Now, he's looking for a means to get back at him. He summons the Shadow Man (implied to be Baron Samedi) to do it. The Man abides by bringing an ancient ragdoll to life, though Kwame makes it so that it cannot bring harm to his grandmother, otherwise the deal is off. However, the ragdoll doesn't stop at killing the crime lord's goons...
Final Fate: The doll ends up killing Kwame's grandmother in its murder spree, causing it to stop existing. All Kwame can do is try and pick up the pieces of a mess he started.
Weakness: If it goes out of bounds within a deal's rules, the Shadow Man will take away its magic.
Scariness Factor: 3-We will admit that this thing sports a rather manic look on its face. But aside from that, it's a little on the banal side of things when it comes to killer dolls. Come to think of it, why were they so popular around this decade?
Trivia: -Although this film was announced seven years earlier, it didn't see the light of day until now due to Full Moon wanting to develop it a little longer.
-The soundtrack for this film was the first record release of Big City Records, a music label owned by Full Moon.