Films: Monstrous (2020)
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: When out in the woods of horror, it's almost guaranteed that you’ll run into something mysterious, hairy, and violent at the same time. Either you tangoed with a bear, or the fabled ape man that eludes sight all the time. Yup, it's another bigfoot movie. And this time, there's a bit more going on than just a big ape waltzing around.
History: Somewhere in the secluded woodlands of Whitehall, NY, sasquatch sightings are frequent, and someone's gone missing. A woman heading there because of it has a gut feeling that the cryptid is responsible, only to be invited to the lonely cabin of Alex. Surprisingly, the two hit it off, but in time, it becomes clear that sasquatch might not be the killer here…
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: Soon, the woman realizes that Alex is the killer, and has been for others who wander into her turf. But just when it seems that Alex will get away with all that she's done, sasquatch shows up, brutalizes her more than she already was, and slowly sa-squashes her head with his foot. As our protagonist leaves, the reclusive beast returns to his vigil in the woods.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-The sasquatch here, for all of his minimal appearances, can look intimidating, especially in the dark. But sometimes, he looks like a guy in a Halloween suit. And there's also how it's rather ambiguous whether it actually wants to harm anybody, or spare them from the carnage that Alex brings about. That ape really seemed to hate that psychopath in the end.
Trivia: -Squatch was played by Dylan Grunn, who that same year was also in the Wendigo movie, "The Retreat".
-Whitehall, NY is indeed one of the most frequent places to see sasquatch in the entire United States. It's gotten to the point where the beast is considered to be something of a mascot for the small town. Well, it certainly wasn't so bad here, either.