Films: End of the Line (2007)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: We've seen cults in haunted houses, in society, in the woods, in wherever. But what about the subway? Surely, what happens there stays there? Well, this cult certainly thought that. And in many ways, they were right.
History: Somewhere in the subways there lies a doomsday cult bent on killing anyone unfortunate enough to come across them so that they may prepare their souls for God's judgement. With cross-shaped daggers and blades in hand, they trick unsuspecting folks into coming into their lair, and worse, they give them and themselves hallucinogenic muffins so that the people experience terrifying visions of demonic activity. The most common of these sights is an army of dark, red-eyed fiends that stalk their prey and gang up on it.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After their practices have gone on for who-knows-how-long, and a good chunk of society is left traumatized, the cultists end up dying at the hands of themselves, each other, or those they kidnapped. Still, the demons remain, implying that they may have been more than just a hallucination...
Powers/Abilities: Appear before anyone whose been drugged.
Weakness: Don't eat the muffins, they won't try and get you.
Scariness Factor: 4-While these demons may have been just minions compared to the violent and crazy cult, they are monsters in their own right. Who wants to be confronted by a pack of glowing red-eyed goblins anyway? We certainly don't. It doesn't help that they look rather realistic and slimy...
Trivia: -This film was also known as "11:46" and "Descent into Hell".
-This film was directed by Maurice Devereaux, who had previously done "Slashers" and "Lady of the Lake".