Films: Big Bad Wolf (2006)
Location: Civilized Area/Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: When you think werewolves, you probably imagine a tortured animal that can only kill as its human aspects fade into savagery. But in some cases, a werewolf will know precisely what it's doing...and relish in it.
History: Poor Derek Toblat has to contend with both the lack of his mother and the abuse of his stepdad Michell. One day, he decides to get away from it all and hang out with some friends. The trouble is that the cabin belongs to a werewolf, and that werewolf is none other than Michell, who lives for positively violent and unscrupulous murder. For him, the abandoned cabin in the woods is a perfect spot for dismembering and torturing Derek and his pals. Pretty soon, the meek boy will have to make a stand...
Notable Kills: Rapes a girl before slicing her throat, rips the nuts off her boyfriend soon afterward, decapitates a person and kicks the head out the window.
Final Fate: After continuing his reign of terror, Derek finally mans up, stabs Mitch repeatedly with silver weapons alongside his girlfriend, and sets the cabin on fire with the werewolf in it. However, before the final blow is struck, Mitch manages to bite Derek before getting killed for real. Thankfully, Derek has all of his (remaining) friends to help him.
Powers/Abilities: Mitch has mastered the werewolf curse so that he can transform whenever he wants, usually through anger and stress.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-What's worse than a regular werewolf? A majorly unkempt one that can turn into a monster on a whim and happens to have the personality of Freddy Krueger. Even as a human, Mitch is a monster, sexually and verbally abusing his stepson while reaping the benefits of lycanthropy. Screw this guy.
Trivia: -Toblat is meant to be a play on the name Talbot. As in Larry Talbot from "The Wolfman".
-Mitch was played by Richard Tyson, who is a member of the Shriners, a group in Florida with connections to the Freemasons, and one founded on brotherly love and peace. Not exactly the kind of place for a sociopathic werewolf.