“I can has murder?”

Films: Cat Sick Blues (2015)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: No one likes the loss of a beloved pet. No one. But alas, some people take their love a bit too far. And while there are no haunted graveyards to turn to thankfully, there's always the rise of a serial killer to fill in the blank.

History: Ted, much like his new friend Claire, has recently lost his cat Patrick. His already fragile mind broken by the tragedy, he sets out to kill nine people to bring his beloved pet back. Donning a cat mask and wearing a specialized claw-glove, Ted proceeds to let his murderous fantasies run wild.

Notable Kills: Smashes a girl's head in repeatedly with a bust of a cat.

Final Fate: After nearly completing his goal, Ted is finally put down by Claire. He dies not long after she berates him for basically targeting only women, as if this whole thing was just a means of getting his rocks off.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-The cat costume, as pointed out in the film, is a little hard to take seriously (was the later strap-on really necessary?), and Ted's odd mannerisms can be more perplexing if anything. But then he actually starts killing, and suddenly survival is the more pressing matter. Once you see that claw, get out of there.

Trivia: -This film was made possible via Kickstarter, and was based on a short of the same name from 2013.

-Ted was played by Matthew C. Vaughan, who seems to have more of a penchant for writing/acting in comedy films, though horror is his other main alternative.

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