Films: Assault of the Sasquatch (2009)
Location: Forest/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: You can take the monster out of the woods. But you can't take the woods out of the monsters. In summary, a wild animal will not be tamed by the new yonder. Especially if that yonder's full of assholes asking for trouble.
History: A rather intelligent sasquatch, this being was captured by an insane hunter, only for said hunter to be arrested and sent to a small town, his cargo with him. But then the sasquatch escaped, and was free to roam the streets looking for purpose. A curious beast at heart, the sasquatch had to contend with seeing a new world, attacking perceived aggressors, and fighting that mad hunter.
Notable Kills: Punches through a nerd's face, impales the other one with a "dead end" sign, and impales a man through the chin with a harpoon. Also, see Final Fate.
Final Fate: After an intense fight with the hunter that pushes his abilities to the limit, the sasquatch manages to win by pushing a button that slams a massive container onto the man. His last action is to rip off the hunter's middle finger upon being flipped off, wearing it as a centerpiece to his tooth necklace. He leaves the survivors alone, his vengeance complete.
Powers/Abilities: Some stunning intelligence and resilience.
Weakness: Heavy artillery, hates bright lights.
Scariness Factor: 4-On one hand, the sasquatch won't hurt you if you don't act like a threat. But if you do, may God have mercy on you. This burly ape-man will kill you in whatever gory way he can, and any attempt to fight him may hurt him, but it certainly won't stop him.
Trivia: -This film was done in an abandoned police station in Connecticut. The leftover furniture was used as props.
-Although sasquatch is a man in a suit, CG was used for some facial animations. Thankfully, it's not entirely noticeable.