“Squatch in the big stinking city”

Films: Assault of the Sasquatch (2009)

Alias: Bigfoot

Type: Natural

Location: Forest/Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: You can take the monster out of the woods. But you can't take the woods out of the monsters. In summary, a wild animal will not be tamed by the new yonder. Especially if that yonder's full of assholes asking for trouble.

History: A rather intelligent sasquatch, this being was captured by an insane hunter, only for said hunter to be arrested and sent to a small town, his cargo with him. But then the sasquatch escaped, and was free to roam the streets looking for purpose. A curious beast at heart, the sasquatch had to contend with seeing a new world, attacking perceived aggressors, and fighting that mad hunter.

Notable Kills: Punches through a nerd's face, impales the other one with a "dead end" sign, and impales a man through the chin with a harpoon. Also, see Final Fate.

Final Fate: After an intense fight with the hunter that pushes his abilities to the limit, the sasquatch manages to win by pushing a button that slams a massive container onto the man. His last action is to rip off the hunter's middle finger upon being flipped off, wearing it as a centerpiece to his tooth necklace. He leaves the survivors alone, his vengeance complete.

Powers/Abilities: Some stunning intelligence and resilience.

Weakness: Heavy artillery, hates bright lights.

Scariness Factor: 4-On one hand, the sasquatch won't hurt you if you don't act like a threat. But if you do, may God have mercy on you. This burly ape-man will kill you in whatever gory way he can, and any attempt to fight him may hurt him, but it certainly won't stop him.

Trivia: -This film was done in an abandoned police station in Connecticut. The leftover furniture was used as props.

-Although sasquatch is a man in a suit, CG was used for some facial animations. Thankfully, it's not entirely noticeable.


Image Gallery


The standard M.O for all creatures that are now far away from home.
How fitting he's next to a dumpster here.
"No, I'm not here to sell Gorilla Glue."
Seymour Hoffman's lesser-known cousin meets an ignoble end.


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