“Reek-birth”

Films: Baby Blood (1990)

Alias: None

Type: Ancient

Location: Civilized Area/Ocean

Height/Weight: That of a small dog.

Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil

Summary: Hey, you'd know what'd be really messed up? If we had an adult parasitic life form impregnate a woman with itself, and then demand that she nourish it until he's ready to come out. That'll totally not make people want to retch, right? Oh wait, that was probably the point.

History: Apparently existing since time began, this parasite cursed the fact that it didn't have the same head-start as most other species. That all changed when a woman named Yanka found that it had infected her pregnant uterus, and was now barking orders at her to replenish him with meat and blood. Fresh human blood, that is. Of course, this seems to be the only connection that Yanka has, so she has no choice.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After the parasite is all full, he asks Yanka to release him into the ocean. He then tells her that in a few million years, his kind will replace humanity as the dominant species.

Powers/Abilities: Can infect people and talk to them within.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-The lengths that this creature makes Yanka go to are immensely unsettling, and downright vile. The parasite itself is a complete jerk, as well as a big loser for getting in a wad about never having an official species. Well, you got your wish, squid-face, so let us have these millions of years to ourselves!

Trivia: -This film got a sort of sequel in 2008 known as "Lady Blood".

-If you can believe it, they got Gary Oldman of all people to voice the parasite in the English dub.


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Yep. You're not sleeping after this film.

"Look, not-ma! No hands! Just horror. I know, this is gross."
Within the darkness, we honestly don't want to know.

KILL IT WITH FI-I mean, hello, sir.

I'd say you have beautiful eyes, but I can't tell a lie.
A love that even I consider questionable.


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