Films: Cucuy-The Boogeyman (2018)
Alias: El Cucuy
Location: Civilized Area/Cave
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: There are boogeymen everywhere in the world. All across cultures, there are monsters that teach children how to behave by scaring them straight. And if any of them are like the Cucuy, kids have every reason to listen to their parents.
History: El Cucuy is the monstrous demon that stalks every night while people sleep. He visits every house, looking for naughty children to drag away to his cave and eat. He has been doing this for some time, feasting on the souls of the condemned. But soon, as more kids start to disappear, some realize that the Cucuy has gone too far. Those few who believe in it must stop it before more have to die.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After being tracked down to its cave, the Cucuy is mercilessly beaten around by no less than three people before being stabbed in the chest. After coughing up lots of blood, it releases the souls it ate. The threat of the Cucuy is over.
Powers/Abilities: Can appear anywhere, and can control some aspects of its cave, such as the vines.
Weakness: Genuine love can weaken it, though conventional means work all the same.
Scariness Factor: 4-Aside from being a literal child predator, the Cucuy is appropriately hideous. With all those sharp teeth, a visage like the Grim Reaper, and jaws that unhinge at any given moment, it's small wonder the children never wanted to see this thing. Frankly, neither do us adults. Then again, he did kind of go down like a chump.
Trivia: -In Spanish mythology, El Cucuy is a big, hairy monster that represents irrational fear, and is often spoke of to get children to behave. The Cucuy's exact description is unknown, but some say it is a shapeshifter too hideous to look at.
-Believe it or not, the burly and masculine Cucuy was played by the slim and oftentimes androgynous actress Mick Morgana Ignis. She has a thing for heavy makeup/prosthetics.