Films: Snakeman (2005)
Height/Weight: Twice that of a bus.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Good
Summary: STOP TRYING TO FIND THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH!!! IMMORTALITY ISN'T WORTH IT! THE! END!!! Okay, fine. Go find it. But don't be surprised if you find something fit to remind you just how mortal you actually are...
History: After finding the corpse of a man that died after three centuries of life, a group of explorers and soldiers find that it belonged to the Snake People, a human tribe deep within the Amazon with access to the Fountain of Youth...and a high reverence for a Godly Naga serpent that does NOT take kindly to intruders, especially ones that attack and kill its people for their own personal gain...
Notable Kills: Squeezes a guy so hard he starts bleeding out. Also, see Final Fate.
Final Fate: After killing just about everyone, the Naga punishes the jerk who started this mess by burning his face off with venom, having four of its heads tear his limbs off, and leaving him a Monty Python (ha!)-esque stump before the main head takes his head off. Afterwards, it graciously allows the survivors to leave when they want.
Powers/Abilities: Can grow several more heads on a whim, and can spit a terrible acidic venom. Also, it cannot be killed by conventional means.
Scariness Factor: 3-Crap CGI isn't the only thing holding this otherwise intimidating serpent back. There's also the simple fact that if left to its own devices, it's not that keen on harming people. All you have to do is steal its people's remains to send it on a blood rage, and admittingly it's quite effective at that. Respect the beasts that govern the jungle. Respect them!
Trivia: -Nagas are beasts of Asian origin, not South American. Granted, similar serpentine beasts exist in the latter continent's culture, such as Quetzalcoatl, but the Naga is a staple of Asian culture. Typically, it is a half-man, half-snake creature that comes from the underworld. Female Nagas are called Nagis.
-This film was originally known under a more fitting title, "The Snake King". On the subject of Nagas, the king of them all in Hindu/Buddhist mythology is Vasuki, the serpent of Shiva, who would wear him around his neck as a blessed ornament.