Film: The Manster (1959)
Alias: Larry Stanford
Location: Haunted Home/Civilized area/Mountain
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Evolution could have left us as primitive apes. But it didn't because it saw potential in our progress as a species. So why do we keep trying to regress each other to that primal state? It really makes no sense if you think about it hard enough. And as the Manster demonstrates, it really isn't worth the trouble.
History: Hoping to alter the course of evolution with the power of the atom, Dr. Robert Suzuki had managed to burn his whole personal life to the ground. For his experiments yielded only gruesome radioactive mutations, particularly his own wife and brother, who turned into a misshapen hag and a killer ape man respectively. When the rather snobbish Larry Stanford came looking for a good scoop, Suzuki saw another chance at perfecting his experiments. After getting drugged by the doctor, Larry begins to experience changes and pains in this right shoulder. Changes that lead to an inexplicable bloodlust. Then an extra eye on his shoulder. Then an extra head.
Notable Kills: How about dunking a woman into a volcano? Too severe?
Final Fate: After being exposed to a volcano's extreme heat, Larry's transformation is sped up, and his extra head splits from his body as a full grown bipedal killer ape. After said ape kills a woman, Larry returns the favor by shoving him into the lava before falling unconscious.
Powers/Abilities: Nothing but strength.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-The doctor's previous mishaps are bad enough with how miserably grotesque they are, and the Manster is no exception in looking like a misshapen freak.
Trivia: -This film is known as "The Split" in Britain, and "Doktor Satan" in Greece.
-Evolutionary experimentation is a thing, but thankfully scientists prefer using animals like rodents and flies for experimentation rather than humans.