Films: Sorceress (1982)
Alias: Caligara, Pando the Satyr, Gorilla Guy, Zombie Army, the Lion Titan
Location: Forest/Civilized area/Eldritch location
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of an average human to that of a galaxy.
Affiliation: Good (Pando, Lion Titan), Evil (the rest)
Summary: It's a tale of twins. A tale of warrior twins. A tale of warrior twins getting oppressed by all in a discount fantasy setting. Let's see how this goes.
History: The evil sorcerer Traigon was a disciple of the mad magic goddess Caligara. In order to prove himself to her, he was set on sacrificing his firstborn daughters to her. But his wife intervened, and sent little Mira and Mara to live under a warrior's eye. Now grown barbarians, Mira and Mara are prophesized to end Caligara's reign, along with the help of a bunch of fantasy extras, including Pando the chivalrous pervert Satyr.
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: After braving crazed ape men and zombies, the heroes summon a massive lion titan to zap Caligara into oblivion.
Powers/Abilities: Caligara and the titan are practically omnipotent.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2-Litterally the most intimidating being in this film is the titan for its bizarre design and buff look, but even then, he's a good guy. The rest are walking clichés that don't do a whole lot.
Trivia: -This film's production was notorious for its low budget and constantly falling prey to bad weather. The director claimed that Roger Corman couldn't deliver on his promised budget, and it only soured when the film turned out to be a bit well-received despite him taking his name off of the project.
-This film was partially based off "The Corsican Brothers", which featured similar themes of siblings feeling each other's pain, minus all the overt fantasy.