Films: Swamp Devil (2008)
Alias: Jimmy Fuller
Location: Forest/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: Twice that of an average human.
Summary: Guardians of the woods, as we have seen recently, are not to be trifled with. They are violent, fueled by vicious justice, and have great affinity for the plant life. But then, there are those who don't protect nature. Those who would use their power to be gigantic a-holes.
History: Long ago in Gibbington, Vermont, young serial killer Jimmy Fuller was beaten within an inch of his life by authorities and dumped into the swamp (even though there is very little swamp here apparently). But a witch helped him recover, and gave him the power to exact vengeance. Now, he pretends to still be human. His new true form is a monstrous plant person known as the Swamp Devil.
Notable Kills: More than a few people literally get planted into the ground.
Final Fate: Eventually, the Swamp Devil is lured onto the road, and is tricked into not seeing the sheriff's car ram him off the city limit, destroying him.
Powers/Abilities: Cannot be killed, and controls all plant life around the forest. He can also extend his limbs and vines to catch victims.
Weakness: If he puts a foot off of Gibbington's boundaries, he will explode.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-At this point, you should really stop expecting quality CGI from these types of film. This plant monster at least has a rather intimidating design, and his powers are not to be questioned. But really, it's as simple as leaving to town if you want to survive. Then again, unless you live there...
Trivia: -This film was shot in precisely three weeks.
-Fuller was played by Nicolas Wright, who is somehow still getting small roles in b-grade action flicks.