“Dropping in for the holidays”

Films: Red Christmas (2016)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: The Christmas season is a time where inviting all of your family and friends is the next best thing. However, they never mention anything about inviting your enemies. And there's a reason for that. Because chances are one of those enemies has a good reason for hating you.

History: Cletus was the deformed and nearly-aborted son of Diane, who came from a wealthy family, and would have gotten rid of him had a religious lunatic not bombed the clinic. But twenty years later, Cletus is back, savage and angry about being left behind. He has made it his mission to kill everyone in the house before the sun rises again.

Notable Kills: Buries an axe in guy's head, and puts a bear-trap on another's head.

Final Fate: After killing just about everyone, Cletus' rampage is brought to an end when Diane impales him with an anchor and casts it outside with her. She gets hanged, and Cletus gets his innards ripped out. Only the new baby is left alive.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Cletus looks like a monstrous fetus grown to adult size, and has the fervor of a psychotic killer to boot. His rampage is as bloody and agonizing as they come, and it's a miracle he spared the baby after killing its mother seconds before. Sure, he went down easy, but the damage had long since been done.

Trivia: -Apparently, the making of this film was so tumultuous that it warranted a documentary titled "Horror Movie: A Low-Budget Nightmare".

-That placenta near the end? It was real. This film is kind of f*cked up, inside and out.

Image Gallery

As well as...odd symbolism here.
Death got everybody a White Elephant gift.
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