“Till one become all”

Films: John Dies at the End (2012)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: Indescribable.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Out there, as we have seen, there are horrible monsters lurking in the cosmos, seeking to feast on our minds. But some seek enlightenment. As in, if they aren't the smartest creature in the multiverse, all must die.

History: Korrok is a living biological computer living in an alternate Earth, where his evil is law. He seeks to consume people from other dimensions so that he can gain their knowledge, and become the most powerful being in all of the multiverse. To get to these other universes, he utilizes a drug known as "Soy Sauce", which when ingested, transports hapless humans across dimensions as well. Caught in the middle of this cosmic horror is David and John, who are just trying to find a way out of the odd adventure they've found themselves in.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: The two guys are chosen to be fed to Korrok next, but they rebel, having brought an ultra-powerful LSD-infused time-bomb with them. They only succeed when their dog heroically sacrifices himself by jumping into Korrok's eye as the bomb detonates, obliterating the beast.

Powers/Abilities: The more Korrok eats, the stronger and smarter he becomes. He can also look into your mind and, through Soy Sauce, extend his reach across dimensions.

Weakness: Heavy artillery, though his one big eye is a primary weakness.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-Korrok may not have the greatest effects going for him, and he may have the maturity of a frat boy, but he's a horrific concept. Just imagine an eldritch supercomputer that gets its data from chewing people up and destroying other worlds, and you have the right idea. And that's not even getting into the utter horror show that was getting to him in the first place. Also, his main minions look like creepy puppets. Because symbolism.

Trivia: -In the original book, Korrok's voice is described as sounding like, and we quote, "a toddler touring with Limp Bizkit". Here, he's given the deep voice of voice-acting legend, Kevin Michael Richardson.

-The book this film was based on had two sequels titled "This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don't Touch It" and "What The Hell Did I Just Read: A Novel of Cosmic Horror".

Image Gallery

Souvenirs from the end of the world.

Put this all together and what do you get?

Careful. His mind is expired.
Love the new Pyro mask!

Rugged little critters...

MacGuyver, this is close to.

We Unhappy Many.
Surprisingly, those who believe in evolution and such can ALSO enjoy this weapon.