Films: Ouija Shark (2020)
Location: Civilized Area/Forest/Eldritch Location
Height/Weight: That of an average great white.
Summary: More sharks coming your way! And-wait, we already DID a ghost shark! But of course, there wasn't any of those Ouija boards. So it stands to reason that his board-shaped hole in everyone's hearts needed to be filled! Genius.
History: One day, a group of friends found an Ouija board carved onto some boat debris floating near the beach. Like idiots, they performed a ritual. What they got was a perpetually hungry ghost shark that's picking them off one by one. Only some mastery of the occult will make it go away.
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: After confronting a person in the Afterlife, and after the ensuing explosion, the Ouija shark attacks the person who summoned it in the first place. She manages to shoot the board itself, banishing the beast back to where it came from. However, a board has been recovered by a mysterious stranger, who is in cahoots with President Trump for nefarious deeds. Okay that's it, WE FOLD, ENOUGH OF THIS CRAP!
Powers/Abilities: Cannot be harmed physically, and when in the Afterlife, it can summon fireballs.
Weakness: By destroying, or at least damaging, that board, the shark is sent back.
Scariness Factor: 1.5-Unlike the ghost shark from way earlier in the previous decade, this fish has no bite to speak of. It's a crudely made toy shark that glows and flails around like a puppet. In fact, that Shark Puppet from the internet is way more convincing!
Trivia: -This film was done in 2017, only to be forgotten for three years before its release.
-It should surprise no one, but this film was directed by Brett Kelly (albeit under the pseudonym Scott Patrick), who also did "Jurassic Shark".