“Dead and deader”

Films: Frankenstein Vs. The Mummy (2015)

Alias: Frankenstein's Monster and Usekara

Type: Man-Made and Mystical

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Neutral (Monster), Evil (Usekara)

Summary: The undead are bad, but the ones made by human rituals are a mixed bag. On one hand, you have the confused amalgamation of body parts and a dubious brain, and an ancient tyrant put in a non-life for a reason. See what happens when they clash...

History: On this night, Victor Frankenstein finally creates a being out of human spare parts that's actually quite intelligent, but not all that grateful for being so ugly and violent. On this night, some scientists bring forth the mummy of Usekara, a vile pharaoh cursed to be barred from the Afterlife. After Usekara possesses a guy for a multi-step blood ritual, the mummy rises again. But both the Monster and Usekara want one female scientist. You see, Usekara thinks that she's a reincarnation of the sorcerer who got him into this mess, and the Monster wants his creator to put his brain into her head. Naturally, the two undead don't like each other hogging her time, so they fight over it.

Notable Kills: Usekara at one point shows a guy just how painful it was to have someone use hooks to get at your brain back in Egyptian times. Also, see Final Fate.

Final Fate: After the two clash, the Monster comes out on top by ripping out Usekara's heart, and bashing his head in with his fists. Victor stops his rampage by embedding a cleaver into his brain. However, someone else is planning on making another Monster...

Powers/Abilities: Usekara can possess people even when unconscious.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Both of these monsters are just as ugly as they are violent. The Monster is an edgy-looking sociopath with grotesque teeth and a gaunt frame, while Usekara is an evil shambling corpse barely held together by dust and flesh. The level of violence they both utilize on humans is rather painful to sit through as well.

Trivia: -This film was originally going to be a found footage film...somehow.

-Apparently, it took six hours every day to get the make-up on Usekara's actor, Brandon deSpain. It probably explains why he looks so convincing.

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For all about five minutes.
Good luck fighting with no eyes, pharoh!

"But...time passages! You should literally be collapsing into dust!"

"Me want...lotion?"

"Me at least look dignified. NOT EDGY!"