Films: JeruZalem (2015)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: With the craze of demons in cinema that's been going on for decades, you’d expect at least one of them to primarily take place in a very significant country for a religion. It's happened a couple of times, but now we head to Jerusalem, the punching bag of the Middle East. The poor area has been the center of war for centuries, but never in a way like this.
History: A bunch of friends have decided to film their exploits in Jerusalem. But no one told them that the place has a dark secret. In the 70s, a failed exorcism was described by those who survived it as living proof of a gateway to Hell being there. And sure enough, it's OPEN. The hapless tourists are in for a scare as the demons slowly start to rise again, with every human they find being an easy target.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Out of all the people who couldn't stop filming, there are only two survivors. One of them, the girl holding the camera, turns into a demon due to her injuries, and when she flies upwards, we see a gigantic group of them in the air over Jerusalem. However, considering that an angel appeared earlier, it can be inferred that the war between Heaven and Hell has begun...
Powers/Abilities: Demons can possess people, as well as turn them into other demons just by wounding them. They are also invulnerable to most weaponry.
Weakness: Holy objects, most likely.
Scariness Factor: 3-The army of demons is here, and they can make you one of them by scratching you. Just one prick, and you're infected with the demon gene. However, be aware that you will turn into a cheap CGI being with wings that look tacked on and poor effects all around. Also, the angels are here, and while they aren't exactly all that good looking either, they are on our side.
Trivia: -Jerusalem has been at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for decades. Both see it as their capitol, but the resulting fights over it have contributed to the countless times it's been destroyed/taken over/attacked. All because of a religious squabble. There's more to it than that, but still.
-There are indeed places thought to be gates to Hell. They are all over the world, but some notable ones are the Darvaza Crater in Turkmenistan, Fengdu County in China, and Mount Osore in Japan.