Films: The Cellar (1989)
Alias: Caguay, Bastard of the Raven
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: Twice that of a large dog.
Summary: A kid is to blame for the release of this ancient beast. A kid is also the only one here who knows that it's now out there. This house will not be emptied quietly, that's for certain...
History: This beast, better known as the Bastard of the Raven, was a hybrid menace summoned by the Comanche Indians of the Great Plains so that the white man would go away. It immediately turned on them before they stood together and banished it. They imprisoned it in the ground with a sacred spear, and simply hoped that it would stay there. Then a little kid in the modern day removed it for a lucky charm, and from there, the released monster terrorized that kid's home for some time.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: The monster is finally destroyed when both the kid and his father ignite explosives on a toy car.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-It might not be too mobile, but try to say that to this snarling menace. Looking like a mangy werewolf missing more than half its fur, there was plenty of good reason for the Comanche to regret summoning it.
Trivia: -Director John Woodward left this film midway through production, so Kevin Tenney took his place.
-One popular Comanche myth involves the coyote, a trickster of sorts that does help people, but often gets wrapped up in his own vices. He is still considered to be the brother of the tribe. This monster might be his deformed cousin, for all we know.