Films: Sasquatch (2002)
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: You ever wonder why cryptids remain cryptids. Is it because they simply don't exist? Or is it because they genuinely hate being spotted. In this 'squatch's case, it was the latter. He didn't need to be a prude about it, though.
History: After a brutal plane crash into the Pacific-Northwestern forests, a search party comes led by a wealthy corporate president to find his missing daughter. But is it that he's after, or the prototype for a Huxley machine known as the Adolf Project (really?)? Either way, the local sasquatch isn't too pleased with people coming into his turf, and he just got finished trying to get that blasted plane out of here after it killed its child.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After killing most of the group, the billionaire who started this whole mess confront him...and realizes that he's been angered by the prototype the whole time. After shooting it despite having the 'squatch dead to rights, the ape-man decides to spare him, content that he no longer has to deal with mankind's machinations again.
Powers/Abilities: Incredibly strong.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-This 'squatch stands out design-wise due to a rather mangy look. The lack of hair in some spots makes him look not only ageless, but rather intimidating. And it's even worse when you consider that this thing is capable of lifting a plane some distance away. However, it just REALLY wants to be alone, and if you keep a respectable distance or destroy any hope of exposing its existence, it'll back down.
Trivia: -Aside from being primarily known as "The Untold", this film was also known as "Inexplicable".
-This film was the acting debut of Erica Durance, who would go on to be Lois Lane in "Smallville". Um...yay?