“The serpents and Eden”

Films: Venom (2005)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Swamp/Forest/Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: For time immemorial, snakes have been viewed as symbols of evil. Sadly, there are those who still believe this. But hey, it makes for some interesting film fare.

History: Long ago, a voodoo priestess absolved criminals living Louisiana by transplanting their evil into some serpents. However, the evil became too much to contain overtime, and the woman was forced to find a place to store the snakes forever. Alas, a car caused her to swerve off the road and let the snakes escape. Their first action was to bite a hapless truck driver named Ray Sawyer. Soon, all of the concentrated evil warped his mind and body, turning him into a vicious serial killer.

Notable Kills: Slashes a guy's throat with his trusty crowbar, sandblasts a person to death, and gets another impaled during a roadside tug-of-war when a convenient branch gets in the way.

Final Fate: After a while, the only survivor of the ordeal smashes a truck into Ray, ripping him to pieces. However, as Ray lies dying, the serpents leave his body to find another...

Powers/Abilities: Near-invulnerability.

Weakness: Anything conventional, though blessed areas are off-limits for him.

Scariness Factor: 4-It's amazing what a little possession can do to people. Ray went from lowly truck driver to a fanged, robust demon of a man capable of tearing all obstacles apart with whatever he can find, as well as kill people horribly.

Trivia: -This film was actually based off the premise of an unmade survival-horror game known as "Backwater".

-In New Orleans Voodooism, snakes are actually seen as keepers of forbidden knowledge, and are celebrated for it. A particular spirit based off of this is Li Grande Zombi.

Image Gallery

That jackass genie he met earlier saw to it that this mess would happen at those words.
Shang Tsung's tattoos were a bit on the nose.
Snake in the Case turned out to be an even worse joke after this incident.

Clearly, the Creeper left an impression.

T-Posing to assert your evil!