Films: Absurd (1981)
Location: Civilized area/Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Remember that cannibal who ate his own intestines? Well, someone decided to take that similar amount of horrible gore and apply it to a man only slightly saner, but no less murderous, and a lot more powerful.
History: The result of a science experiment gone wrong, Mikos Stenopolis was a man gifted with a major healing factor, but at the cost of his mind. Seeing no other joy but that from killing, he immediately went on the warpath, murdering anyone and shrugging off any mortal wounds.
Notable Kills: Dunks a woman into a lit oven before stabbing her with scissors.
Final Fate: Mikos meets his end when a women decapitates him with an axe. Because his body is separated from his brain, he won't be healing from that.
Powers/Abilities: Can heal from almost every injury.
Weakness: If his brain ceases to function, so will he.
Scariness Factor: 4-Not the most intimidating juggernaut of slashers, but no less persistent. As always, there's very little scarier than a man that you can't kill so easily.
Trivia: -This film is indeed often considered a spiritual sequel to "Antropophagus". It's even called "Antropophagus 2" in some places, and once again stars George Eastman as the killer (even if he was the one who opposed the idea of a sequel in the first place).
-According to Eastman, the whole film was shot in the dead of night.