Films: Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (2014)
Alias: The demon, the Alakei statue, the Roc, giant hornet, the Goliath Crab, the Cyclops, Death, the skeleton warrior, the red dragon, the Deev
Location: Civilized area/Mountains/Cave/Eldritch location/Forest
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of average humans to that of small buildings.
Affiliation: Neutral (most of the rest), Evil (demon, skeleton warrior, Deev)
Summary: At this point, one might grow tired of all the Sinbad tales. But if that's the case, then what's wrong with you! That shite is timeless! Okay, granted, some films aren't exactly the greatest, but you cannot deny that this one is at least trying to be authentic, despite the low budget.
History: In the times of adventure, magic, and monsters, the strapping man of the high seas Sinbad and his crew have decided to go on a daring mission. A demonic sorcerer known as the Deev has kidnaped the Sultan's daughter, who is also Sinbad's betrothed. To do this, the crew must head to an unknown island full of unlikely creatures and death at every turn. Sure, Sinbad's skills and a genie help, but the Deev will not give up his conquest so easily. In fact, Sinbad getting to him is precisely what he wants.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: The Deev reveals at the end of Sinbad's quest that he was lured into his realm to become a vessel for pure Hellish power. Luckily, Sinbad resists, kills the Deev with a scimitar, and rescues his love. As they sail away on a blimp, the Deev is seen in Hell as Death prepares to torture him forever.
Powers/Abilities: The Deev is a master of magic, and can summon all sorts of spells and monsters. Death is invincible.
Weakness: Anything conventional, though the larger monsters require a bit more effort. Even the Deev can be brought down by a well-timed strike.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-The unique thing about these low-budget beings is that most of them are made from genuine stop-motion. Granted, it's not the best stop-motion, but it does make the creatures a bit more believable. Death is the scariest of them though, as he is mostly wreathed in total darkness while taunting Sinbad. As for the Deev, he's a bit on the hammy side to be truly threatening, in spite of his immense power.
Trivia: -This film was directed by Shahin Sean Solimon, who also played as Sinbad in it. A bit of a narcistic move, or something everyone was on board with? You decide.
-Death was played by Isaac C. Singleton Jr., who has a more impressive record as a voice actor than an actor on-camera.