Films: Legend (1985)
Alias: The Son of Evil
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: Slightly more than an average human.
Summary: Of all the beings who have tried to impersonate the embodiment of evil, none perhaps comes closer to the most popular public image than this guy. All he wants is to see the last day. The last day for all of us.
History: The son of true evil, the Lord of Darkness has one goal: snuff out the last remaining unicorns, and by proxy, the light of the world. It seems that he and his armies have been mostly successful, with only two unicorns remaining. Although things complicate a bit when Princess Lily tickles his fancy, his dad convinces him that a little corruption should make his seemingly inevitable victory all the sweeter. Thing is, that attracted the ire of local forest hero Jack O' the Green.
Notable Kills: None.
Final Fate: After being confronted by Jack, the Lord is stabbed in the heart by a unicorn horn, dowsed in light from every single direction, and sent hurdling into a portal to nowhere. His true fate remains unknown.
Powers/Abilities: Mild manipulation of reality and magic.
Weakness: Unicorns, the light.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-An imposing figure through and through, this devil with the big-ass horns earns his place as the true master of evil. Combined with the deeply enhanced performance of Tim Curry, and you got yourself a Bonafede demon lord.
Trivia: -If you look closely, some scenes in this film include the statue of Pazuzu. It only makes sense that the Lord would collude with the especially nasty demons.
-The original ending involved the Lord growing wings, as well as being taken out by the unicorn itself. But like many things in this film’s troubled production, it was cut out.