Films: Jack Brooks-Monster Slayer (2007)
Alias: Forest troll, Professor Gordon Crowley, Amazon Cyclops
Location: Forest/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: Sometimes, the world just needs another Van Helsing. And when none can be found, you just need to look harder. For even a lowly mechanic can become every beast and demon's worst nightmare.
History: When he was just a kid, poor Jackson Brooks bore witness to his little sister and parents getting butchered by a forest troll. Now after years of therapy and anger management, he's a plumber going to university night classes. Then one day, Prof. Gordon Crowley got exposed to the spirit of a demonic heart buried near his house, and slowly devolved into a ravenous abomination turning the classroom into his feeding ground. Now, only Brooks' rage can stop him.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Brooks takes out Crowley after blasting off half his head with explosive chemicals and taking an axe to his heart. He later lodges an axe in the chest of the same troll before taking its tooth. The last time we saw Brooks, he was about to take on a cyclops in South America…
Powers/Abilities: Crowley can infect people with demonic essence to turn them into deformed zombies.
Weakness: Only by destroying Crowley's black heart can he be truly killed. All the rest can be taken out by conventional means.
Scariness Factor: 4-There are frights of many flavors here. Would you like the utter savagery of the forest troll, or the body horror revolving around that black heart that turns people into demons and disgusting zombies? Take your pick, expect mutilation, and pray Jack Brooks gets there in time.
Trivia: -It took between six and eight people all at once to operate the animatronic for Crowley's demonic form.
-Both Jack Brooks and the troll were played by Trevor Matthews. So for those of you scratching your heads wondering how they appeared in the same shot in a film with no CGI, that was the makeup artist David Scott looming over the beast.