Films: Atilla (2013)
Alias: Attila the HUn
Location: Desert/Civilized Area/Forest
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: There have been many famous conquerors in the past, almost all of which were some very awful and/or violent people. Genghis Khan, Cleopatra, Caligula, the list goes on. But one of them is the subject of this film. The famous warlord known as Attila the Hun. Though if he knew this was the film he'd be in, he'd probably want to stay dead.
History: More than ten centuries ago, Attila the Hun was one of the most feared warriors in of Asia/Europe, rarely needing a weapon at all as he and his Hunnic empire sought to take over Europe. But his reign would not last, as his ambition led him to trying to acquire the Staff of Moses. He found it, but after breaking it into three pieces for him and his children, he left the pieces across the land and died a mortal's death. Now in the modern day, his corpse has been found, and when his treasures are discovered, he and his children rise again to kill all in their path, imbued with the staff's dark powers.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Eventually, Attila and his remaining children are trapped in a bunker set to explode. As Attila is too preoccupied with eating someone, he fails to notice, and the whole place is blown to bits. However, either he or one of his children is shown to still be alive...
Powers/Abilities: Can bring back the dead, withstand conventional weaponry, and burn people to cinders.
Weakness: Heavy artillery.
Scariness Factor: : 4-The effects, as per the Asylum usual, are not that great. In fact, they can sometimes dip into absurdity. But one thing is for certain, and that's how we really don't need a zombie Attila running around. The resurrected man is equal parts feral zombie and brutal berserker. Also, he can make your head explode with a thought, so let's just be thankful that the rest of the Huns didn't get brought back as well.
Trivia: -Attila the Hun was a very notorious conqueror back in the day, to the point where ancient Rome called him the Scourge of God for how many times he tried to destroy them. What Attila looked like and how he died exactly remain a mystery, but sources speculate that he was not only a bit short, but he died coughing up blood on his own wedding night. Either way, he was a brutal warrior who earned the ire of Rome and even indulged in a little fratricide to ensure he would be the Huns' true leader.
-Attila's greatest fight was the battle of the Catalaunian Plains, in which he led the Huns and many other barbarian tribes against Roman General Flavius Aetius near the end of the age of the Western Roman Empire. Although they didn't quite conquer Rome as they had hoped, Attila and his men still succeeded in absolutely wrecking a lot of Rome's resources in Gaul and their military. That said, there is still some debate as to just how much Attila achieved.