Films: Varsity Blood (2014)

Alias: Rick Youngblood

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: The heart of the local school sports team isn't always the best player or the hottest cheerleader. Sometimes, it's the lovable mascot that dances around the place in order to galvanize some team spirit. Well, one day, that mascot snapped, and a lot of people died.

History: Rick Youngblood was the father of Mark Youngblood, and he wasn't all that thrilled to hear that his son was engaging with what was, in his eyes, the wrong crowd. Seeing it as a disgrace to the family name, he donned Hogeye High School's football team's mascot getup, and proceeded to kill students one by one while they were trying to have a party at an abandoned household.

Notable Kills: Gets someone with his signature arrow, rams a girl into a tree, and impales another on a large rake.

Final Fate: After killing the mother of one of the survivors, the girl finally brings Rick down by embedding his own custom axe into his head, giving him one Hell of a splitting headache. However, there are still signs that another killer is on the loose...

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-The costume is a bit ridiculous-looking, and the acting isn't exactly the greatest once the reveal happens, but props to this guy for his wide assortment of weapons. If there's something sharp lying around, chances are he'll use it. And don't pray for a quick death, either. It's gonna be painful as you stare into that kind of offensive Indian mask.

Trivia: -The school this film was done at was also where "Varity Blues" was filmed. It was also the Alma Mater of this film's director, Jake Helgrin.

-Likewise, the fictitious town of Hogeye is named after a town that went away to make room for the town of Elkin, Texas.

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