Films: Barney Burman's Wild Boar (2020)
Location: Desert/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: As if there weren't enough reason to fear the desert and all of its ruthless conditions, there now lies an entrance to one that might as well be Hell. This is no-man's land, but it's not unpopulated. If you thought cannibals were bad, wait until you see them as monstrous ungulates.
History: Somewhere in the desert, therein lies a world separated by concrete away from us. And there's plenty of good reason for this divide. Beyond an underground passage is a barren wasteland inhabited by a civilization of boar-men. And while they aren't adverse to things like family and art, they seem to really enjoy taking human trespassers and harvesting them for their meat...kind of like us, really.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After just about everyone is killed, the last human gets back to the other side while being pursued by the persistent hunter. Unfortunately, said hunter prevails in the end, and drags her back to the slaughterhouse.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-These hellish hogs are about as grimy and unpleasant as can be. Some may be less twisted than others, but the way they go about their lives is almost pitiful with how barbaric it is. The worst of them is that hunter with his bladed rifle.
Trivia: -This film was in production all the way since 2014, getting a sort of release in 2019 before becoming more widespread.
-Director Barney Burman has admitted that he came up with this film by saying "what if Planet of the Apes but boars". Over time, he fell in love with the idea, even if the end result was a rather pessimistic experience for us.