“Not exactly all that jolly”

Films: Jolly Roger: Massacre at Cutter's Cove (2005)

Alias: Roger LaForge

Type: Mystical

Location: Ocean/Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Yar har, diddle dee dee! There be an undead raider killing spree! After all those who left him for dead at sea! Killer zombie pirate!

History: About thirty centuries ago, Roger LaForge, AKA, Jolly Roger, was murdered by his own crew who staged a mutiny for his large treasure chest of gold. Flash forward to the present, and his crew's descendants have accidentally unleashed his restless spirit from the chest. Now, he aims to murder the descendants of his crew, all sixteen of them, so that he may stuff their heads into the chest and reclaim his treasure.

Notable Kills: Stabs someone in the eye with a marshmallow stick and immolates another by blowing alcohol-infused fire at him.

Final Fate: Even after all of the heads are collected, Roger is decapitated and has his own head stuffed in the chest. Then someone opens it up again, summoning him a second time.

Powers/Abilities: Immortality and being able to come back from death if his treasure chest prison is opened.

Weakness: Decapitation.

Scariness Factor: 4-As far as pirates go, this is one you never want to meet on any of the seven seas. His rotting visage and complete depravity make him out to be an absolute menace. That said, the rather campy performance does muddy it up a bit, to the point where we think someone's downed a bit too much whiskey at sea.

Trivia: -Jolly Roger gets his name from one of the most iconic pirate flag symbols around. The skull-and-crossbones design was extremely popular during the Golden Age of Piracy (the late 18th century), though the name was already common for black flags typically used by pirates.

-Jolly Roger was played by Rhett Giles, a rather frequent star in Asylum-made movies in its early years.

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"Now, I AM GOLD!"
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