“Macabre-cabra”

Films: Mexican Werewolf in Texas (2005)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Desert/Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: How many werewolves do you know that come from...wait? This isn't a werewolf movie. This is a Chupacabra movie! Ah well, could be same-difference in this case.

History: The border town of Furlough, Texas is in turmoil. Something has been going around killing the local livestock as well as some unlucky people. What everyone doesn't know is that it is because of the fabled Chupacabra, which is in fact some kind of malformed werewolf. Now, the mission to kill this thing before it becomes a bigger problem than it is begins.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After many failed attempts at killing it, it seems like the deed is done when it gets run over by a car. However, it is later shown that it either somehow survived, or there are just more Chupacabra werewolves out there...

Powers/Abilities: Possibly an incredible healing factor.

Weakness: Anything conventional...we think.

Scariness Factor: 4-Truth be told, for such a horrible movie filled with bad acting and low budget, this is one scary werewolf. From the unique design to the utter savagery on display, it's easy to see why the public would equate it to the legendary goat-sucker. But Chupacabra or not, the werewolf terror just never seems to fail.

Trivia: -The Chupacabra was played by Collin Pulsipher, who also designed the costume to begin with.

-Most of the time, the Chupacabra is actually described as being dog-like, but mostly just that. Specifically, a canine with a severe case of mange, which destroys most of its fur and leaves it looking rather savage. And mangy desert predators are no laughing matter...


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Please tell me Trump won't use this as an excuse for the damn wall.
The demon of the skies comes down to Earth.
That winning smile should comfort him before the ripping of his flesh.


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