"Shout, let it all out..."

Films: The Shout (1978)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Sometimes, anger and rage just makes you want to shout. But this man shouts for entirely different reasons. He does it so that everyone dies.

History: Crossley is the man you never want to see in the mood for blackmail. He has been practicing black magic of Aboriginal origin. He now has access to "the shout", in which he screams so loud it kills anything around him. Of particular note, there is his attempt to steal someone's wife under threat of shout...

Notable Kills: Among those who die include a lot of animals.

Final Fate: It is soon revealed that the story being told is being told by none other than Crossley in the mental ward. It is also shown that he was severely weakened when his victim broke the talisman he buried in the sand. In a rage during a thunder storm, he uses the shout while being mobbed and apprehended. Thankfully, the shed they're in contains the explosion to an extent, and now he is dead.

Powers/Abilities: The super-sonic shout.

Weakness: His Aboriginal talismans give him most of his power, so break them. Also, earplugs work, but you'll be knocked out.

Scariness Factor: 4-This man is a total sleaze at heart, and you will be at his mercy. Even if you plug your ears, he can knock you down with his ear-splitting scream.

Trivia: -This film's score was going to be done by David Bowie, but that never happened.

-This film marks the first on-screen appearance of actor Jim Broadbent.


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Okay. I'm REALLY not sure what to make of this.


Look at him. He first discovers an evil power and then enslaves someone's wife. Wow.

Come now, Crossley. You brought this upon yourself.

"TRUKK, NOT MONKEE!"


We all have nervous habits.

But not to comprehend the will of the good. Cheesy, yeah, but true.



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