“Uncon-troll-able”

Films: Grim (1995)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Underground/Cave/Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Your film is called Grim. Your monster is called grim. Events have turned grim. Though in all fairness, your audience interest is also rather...grim.

History: Grim was a horrible butcher of a troll sealed away in stone underground. That is, until a botched séance broke the monster loose. Now, he's kidnapping all the women he can find in order to satiate his boundless hunger. Only the brave and the unwary dare to enter his dark lair and see if they can stop him.

Notable Kills: Smashes a guy's head against a rock wall.

Final Fate: Grim is eventually tricked into standing where he was once imprisoned just as the sunlight hits him. It causes Grim to be entombed once more.

Powers/Abilities: Grim can phase through walls, shoot lasers from his hands, and control people with weak enough wills.

Weakness: Bright lights, though sunlight imprisons him.

Scariness Factor: 4-Grim may be surrounded by the screamiest people around, but that's probably because they subconsciously know what he plans to do with that meat cleaver of his. Indeed, Grim's long fangs, horrible disposition, and sheer power make him one to avoid summoning ever again.

Trivia: -Grim was played by Peter Tregloan, who starred in...nothing else.

-On the subject of mythical butchers, none is more up to the task than Fan-Kui, the Chinese God of butchers and sellers of meat. Grim is more a people person while Fan-Kui got his start skinning dogs.


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Not like Grimm's fairy tales were G-rated to begin with.
"Compare me to Shrek again and see what happens!"


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