Films: Monster Man (2003)
Location: Desert/Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Some hillbillies are more nasty than others, if these bios are anything to go by. But how many do you know that practice black magic on the fly? Well, because they're killer hillbillies, of course it's going to be a grotesque ride...literally.
History: Bob is the patchwork result of he and his sister Sarah working to keep him alive through Satanic dark magic. They need body parts from still-alive folk in order to keep him placated, and there's a convoluted step-by-step method of using a whole body to restore him. Aside from that, Bob is often seen in his monster truck running people over to get their parts or attacking anyone who pisses him off. Like a couple of losers off to see one's ex-girlfriend.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After his sister is killed by the prepared one, Bob ends up run over by his own monster truck by the other guy. After the two dweebs make up for previous grievances, they take turns running him over again and again before taking the truck as their own.
Powers/Abilities: Through black magic, Bob can graft the body parts of still-alive individuals onto himself. A full body can be used if that body has gone through several steps, such as eating the dead.
Weakness: The bodies must still be alive for his parts to have any value, though conventional means will take him out.
Scariness Factor: 4-Bob is positively hideous to look at, and he's got the awful disposition to boot. It’d be one thing if he just ended it with running you over with that intimidating truck of his, but he prefers you alive and in agony just to make himself immortal. Let that sink in...
Trivia: -Amusingly, this film has often been incorrectly billed as "Wrong Turn 2".
-The monster truck was insanely costly due to it being custom made, the fact that it ran on rocket fuel, and a lack of a steering wheel. Still looks cool, at least.