Films: The Devil's Rain (1975)
Location: Civilized area/Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: For all of those generic devil cults, there will always be one that catches our eye. In this case, there's one that took the whole goat imagery with Satan a bit too far.
History: Jonathan Corbis was a notorious Satanist, promising to keep coming and haunt the Preston bloodline in order to get his hands on an ancient devil tome. One of his most prized possessions is the Devil's Rain, a large bottle containing the souls of his followers. Now there are those who would attempt to challenge him. It can only go so well.
Notable Kills: His favorite hobby is shoving souls into a jar.
Final Fate: Eventually, one of his followers is convinced into smashing the bottle, freeing the souls, and causing a storm outside to melt all of the occultists. However, Corbis escapes with a new Devil's Rain.
Powers/Abilities: Shapeshifting, occult manipulation.
Weakness: Rainfall will melt the bodies of him and his followers like wax.
Scariness Factor: 2-Ernest Borgnine in a goat get-up isn't exactly the most threatening thing ever, and he melts like the Wicked Witch of the West in the rain. He's powerful, but at the same time a bit of a pushover.
Trivia: -This film actually had a Satanist working in it, known as Anton LaVey, as a technical advisor and supporting actor.
-This was the film debut of actor John Travolta.