Films: Horrorvision (2001)
Alias: Manifesto, Wetwire
Location: Civilized Area/Eldritch location
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of a small cat to that of an average human.
Summary: Before the likes of DreadCentral and BloodyDisgusting, a different kind of horror site attempted to make itself known. This of course went down the drain of obscurity, but rarely anything isn't worth seeking out just to see the insanity we forgot...
History: Horrorvision.com is a seemingly harmless website indulging in the macabre. But in truth, this site steals souls for an AI known as Manifesto, who uses the techno-organic former man Wetwire to connect it with our world and provide maintenance. When a middling screenwriter gets sucked into the digital realm that Manifesto calls home, he and a couple others fight to survive the dark mechanizations of Horrorvision.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Our hero seems to be able to escape the digital world, but finds that any piece of technology he contacts serves as a portal between our world and Horrorvision. After a brutal encounter with a Manifesto himself that ends with the machine being forced back, he vows to never touch tech again, and leaves for an uncertain future.
Powers/Abilities: If you visit this website, you either die via cables and stuff, or get transported to a different version of our world. Also, the mechanical monsters Manifesto makes, himself included can go to the real world through any tech a person who visited with website has in his possession.
Weakness: If the tech they came from is destroyed, the machine lifeforms will be banished. Then again, conventional means will do just fine.
Scariness Factor: 4-A killer website is bad enough, but how about a website that produces such mechanical horrors like these! Wetwire is completely insane and looks like a cyborg demon straight out of that ship from "Event Horizon", and Manifesto...well, there's a reason we made him the main image for this bio. Just look at him!
Trivia: -Both Wetwire and Manifesto were played by David Bartholomew Greathouse. He has sadly not been in anything else.
-This film was also known as "FEAR.com".