Films: Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)
Location: Civilized Area/Forest/Haunted Home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: It seems like a conventional tale of horror. A bunch of college kids, some hillbillies in the middle of nowhere, and lots of blood and guts. It's...actually not quite how you think it plays out. What if we told you that those hillbillies were the heroes...and the handsome lead was the true villain?
History: Chad was like any college dudebro. Horny, boisterous, and disrespectful of anyone lower than him. Especially hillbillies. He seems to hate those the most. He and his friends were off to party in the woods of West Virginia on Memorial Day. However, the place they picked to crash was also the epicenter of the Memorial Day Massacre, when a bunch of hillbillies went completely homicidal. And worse, two hillbillies named Tucker and Dale occupy the cabin, and seem intent on killing everybody...except not really. Tucker and Dale are just a couple of simple-minded friends also looking for a nice vacation. They just so happen to be around every time the kids' recklessness and clumsy antics get them killed horribly. As the body count rises, Chad remains convinced he's the hero of the story, something that beings to slowly chip away at his mind...
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After just about everyone in his group is killed sans pretty Allison, Chad kidnaps her in a fit of madness to lure Dale. But the kind-hearted hillbilly saves her...only for both him and Chad to end up in a room that reveals that the latter is the bastard offspring of one of the hillbillies at the massacre. Now having totally lost it, Chad is defeated when Dale triggers an asthma attack in him, sending him falling. However, when the local news reporters come, he's revealed to be still alive and crazy. At the very least, all of the carnage beforehand will be blamed on him and not our heroes...
Weakness: Asthma problems, allergies to Chamomile tea of all things.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Chad is a sociopath in the making, even if there wasn't any hillbilly-related incident. But beneath that utterly punchable demeanor lies the soul of a killer. Your choices range from just treating him like the hero he would like to think himself as, or just doing the right thing and punching him square in that mouth of his!
Trivia: -Ironically, there is a cut of this film called "Tucker and Dale ARE Evil", which turns the two guys into the murderous villains everyone thinks they are by viewing it from the kids' point of view, and making their voices really deep. It really feels like something Chad ghost-wrote.
-Director Eli Greg has expressed interest in a sequel. Known as "Tucker and Dale Go to Yale", this film has yet to see any progress at all.