“Bag the body, bag the blood”

Films: Blood Bags (2018)

Alias: None

Type: Mutant

Location: Haunted Home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: It's a classic tale of how going into abandoned areas is almost never a good idea. Oh wait, it NEVER is. Because chances are that place might be inhabited by looneys, especially ones that can barely be considered human anymore.

History: Somewhere in an abandoned mansion, there is a monstrous deformed human lurking in the hallways. He is backed up by those implied to be his family, who like to help him kidnap and/or kill intruders so that he may feast on their blood, be it though blood bags or fresh corpses. It would seem that getting out this place is impossible with the numerous crazies and the unstoppable beast.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: At first, it seems that the creature is dealt with when someone takes his own meat cleaver to his face. But then he appears inexplicably alive to drain and axe the last survivor. Bummer.

Powers/Abilities: Great strength, as well as resilience.

Weakness: Due to his deformities, he bleeds easily. Also, heavy artillery.

Scariness Factor: 4-Not only do we have another unstoppable killing machine, but also one that looks like a rotting pumpkin, and likes to draw out one's demise if given the chance. Donating blood is stressful enough. We didn't need this vampiric mutant to make it worse.

Trivia: -The creature was played by Mario Cellini, who seems to like being the monster in some low-budget productions.

-This is the only feature-length film directed by Emiliano Ranzani, who's more of a editor/cinematographer.

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