Films: After Midnight (2019)
Location: Forest/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: The worst enemy is the one that prefers hit-and-run tactics, and is GOOD at it. Any being that can ruin the opposite side without doing it all at once probably knows the values of psychological warfare. After all, stress is not only a real killer, but a great exposer of weakness. It's bad when a person does it, but how about a monster?
History: Not long after his girlfriend leaves him with nothing but an odd note, Hank's life falls apart at the seams. He can barely take care of himself, he lives all alone for the most part, and now something happens after midnight. A strange creature comes out of hiding and raids the area before running back to who-knows-where. Hank is desperate to take down the beast, which he believes to be some kind of werewolf, but there are some signs that his love might be the monster…
Notable Kills: Eating a cat's head off.
Final Fate: After Hank manages to invite his girl over again, the monster drops all stealth options and assaults the party, proving that she wasn't the prime suspect. Hank, having had it up to here with the werewolf's assaults, impales it over and over again with deer antlers before proposing to his girlfriend. Supposedly, the proposal is a success.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-We aren't even sure if this THING even is a werewolf. Its head is like that of some kind of reptile with fangs and retractable folds that look like wolf ears, it's got a scorpion-like tail, and it's got crazy wild hair going all over the place. There's really no telling what it was or what it wanted. But the mere sight of it will turn questions into fight-or-flight actions, that's for sure.
Trivia: -This film was directed by Jeremy Gardner, who also did the zombie flick "The Battery" in 2012. In both, there's a scene where a character sings "Anthem From the Already Defeated" by Rock Plaza Central.
-The werewolf was played by Keith Arbuthnot, who has a history of doing the special effects for/being creatures in many works, including "The X-Files" and "Falling Skies".