Films: Pigster (2019)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: You ever have that job you just really hate? One that offers a few micro-ounces of joy but is ultimately sucking out your soul every single day? One that presents you with more enemies than friends? Well, just know you don't have it nearly as bad as Pigster here does.
History: A swine demon living with the worst of Hell, Pigster is a beleaguered butcher who is forced to find sacrifices from the real world via luring them with deals, tear them to pieces, and feed their remains to a horrible monster that cannot be controlled known as the Beast, as well as fuel the Feast of Fear for the less-than-grateful demons. He has a couple people to help him, but for the most part, he's belittled by his peers, has a hard time finding sacrifices anyway, and would much rather be jamming on his axe-guitar in his band Snotgargle. But he's got to do what he's got to do, even if it just plain sucks.
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: The Beast breaks loose at last after one of the victims makes a daring deal, and assaults Pigster. After a brutal fight, the pig demon comes out on top by slicing its head off with his axe-guitar. With his fearless and insane female servant by his side, he is finally free from having to kill people, and he rides off into the distance in the highway of Hell...
Powers/Abilities: Pigster's favorite weapon is an axe-guitar that repels demons, plays music, and helps him get around. He is also empowered by fear.
Weakness: Anything conventional, though anyone who doesn't show fear is of no use to him, or at the very least isn't beast food material.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Pigster is definitely hideous to behold. His putrid face is just the icing on a cake made of butchery and grimy business. His demon "friends" are hardly better, by the way. Yet in spite of his capacity for violence, he's ultimately tied to a job he doesn't want to do, and there's something endearing about his humble desire to just play music and get out more often. Seeing him on his first gig is something. It doesn't take away from how he's a brutal butcher, but still.
Trivia: -Pigster was played by John Karyus, who had a decent history of being in films about the raunchy occult, such as in "Killjoy Goes to Hell" and "Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead".
-This film was actually a sequel to "Feast of Fear", in which Pigster was more of a minor character. Seeing how that film advertised him greatly, it was only natural that he got his own story.