Films: In the Mouth of Madness (1994)
Alias: The Wall of Monsters
Location: Eldritch location
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of an average human to without form.
Summary: One has to wonder what ever goes through the minds of famous horror writers. Are they right in the head? Or are they getting their ideas from places...much more sinister?
History: Sutter Kane is a horror author who outclasses all others in his field. His works are so good, they can drive a person mad. But now, he's disappeared, his most recent book yet to be made into a movie. As it turns out, he's been writing books to contain an army of eldritch abominations that want to rule this world. For the most part, he's kept them back, but there are signs that he wants to join them...
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: After that adaptation gets off the ground, Kane finds a way to accumulate everyone's belief in him and become God of the world, and drives the whole human race insane, turning many into monsters, and pretty much putting everything in charge of cosmic horror. That, or it's just the main character being trapped in one of his novels. Or he's just insane. Could be anything, really.
Powers/Abilities: All Kane has to do is will an event for it to happen. Also, his books induce mania and possible mutation.
Weakness: Only kept back by the will of Kane. Apart from that, none.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-Imagine the book you're reading had the ability to rob you of your sanity, and even your human form. Now imagine that happening to the entire world around you. That's the power Sutter Kane has over all...maybe. Perhaps? Maybe just for one person?
Trivia: -If it wasn't obvious before, Sutter Kane is mostly based off famous cosmic horror author, H.P. Lovecraft, particularly how it is said that he got all of his ideas from terrifying dream visions.
-Kane was played by Jurgen Prochnow, who's often type-casted into villainous roles.