“The license means nothing”

Films: The Driver (2016)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: It's never fun when a fender bender occurs. The blame game gets played, everyone's mad at each other for a simple accident, and the fines must be killer. But then, there are times where such an accident can become a death sentence.

History: The Driver is a nameless killer with several identities who loves to collect the drivers licenses of his female victims. His most recent target is a girl left home alone as punishment for getting in a fender bender with him. And everyone who's in that house will not live to see the next day.

Notable Kills: After stabbing someone in the back repeatedly, he drives over her just to make sure.

Final Fate: Somehow, the driver manages to survive getting stabbed, beaten over the head, and burned alive, and kills his target. He then drives off to find other girls to kill.

Powers/Abilities: Extreme durability.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Even without the creepy gimp-like mask, this nihilistic killer revels in the hunt, as well as the actual murder. There's nowhere to hide, no way to slow him down for good, and he'll make sure that you die for real any way he can. Beware the Driver.

Trivia: -This was director Mark Pavia’s first film after nearly two decades.

-The Driver was played by Bill Sage, who seems to have a thing for playing as villainous characters in intense films, looking at his career.

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"Bite my grimy leather ass!"
Also, a course in jackasses with knives and masks.
The only thing they have to pull over is you.

He doesn't take high school stereotypes well.