Films: Cold Prey (2006), Cold Prey 2: Resurrection (2008), Cold Prey 3 (2010)
Alias: Gunnar Gier Olav Brath, the Mountain Man
Location: Haunted home/Tundra/Mountains/Civilized Area/Forest/Cave
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: No matter what the temperature, scorched desert or frozen tundra, danger remains. It comes in all forms, be it animal or human. In this case, it was human...or at least, something close to human in terms of mind.
History: Long ago, little Gunnar Gier Olav Brath was stillborn, only to spring to life four hours after being considered dead. While his mother was an alright woman, his step-father was a monster, abusing him and locking him in the basement all the time, but the final straw was when he tried to escape, only for his father to catch and bury him deep within the snow. Enraged, the young man killed both his parents and was adopted by hermits, learning the way of the hunt. But this lead to an unquenchable bloodlust, and now Gunnar the Mountain Man stalks anyone who ventures too close to his old home, killing them and sending their corpses into a large glacier ravine.
Notable Kills: Used a guy as a human shield, and beat a woman to death with a fire extinguisher.
Final Fate: At first, he's impaled by his own pickaxe, and sent to a hospital. But he recovers quickly, and resumes his rampage before being killed for good via pickaxe impalement and shotgun to the face.
Powers/Abilities: Amazing regenerative ability.
Weakness: Anything conventional, though you'd best try everything at once to make sure. Also, revealing his large facial birth mark throws him off.
Scariness Factor: 4-A violent survivor out in nature. Yes, we've seen it before. But we haven't seen a guy draped in animal skins, mountain gear, and some oddly unsettling facial hair. Ol' Gunnar could have been one of the horror greats if he weren't mortal.
Trivia: -The Mountain Man’s domain is Jotunheimen, Norway. It is a large area named after the Norse realm of the Giants, and is home to Northern Europe's tallest mountains.
-Apparently, WWE Studios owns the rights to remake the first film. Pray that they don't. Unless they plan on Giants being involved. Cause you know, Jotunheimen?