Films: Primal Rage (2018)
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: With all the bigfoot movies we've seen so far, you'd expect them to run out of steam at some point. But sometimes, a miracle happens, and we get one that doesn't immediately make us want to watch something else. Okay, this one may make us want to do that, but only so we don't have to see the utter carnage on display here.
History: In the woodlands of America, there is a legend of a big hairy beast going around and killing people whenever he sees them. It's not just a Sasquatch, it's actually an evil spirit. Specifically, the Ooh-Mah, the ghost of a wrathful chieftain who chose to stay in the mortal realm to prey on the living. At least one old crone works to keep him there, but it doesn't stop a bunch of people from going into the wilderness anyway. You can guess how well it ends for them.
Notable Kills: Rips a person's jaws apart before stomping them in.
Final Fate: After one survivor gets out of there as soon as possible, the last guy in the woods faces the Ooh-Mah one-on-one. The fight is grueling, but the human comes out on top by bashing the beast's head in with a rock. Then he gets shot with an arrow by several other Ooh-Mah, who are obviously peeved at him killing one of them...
Powers/Abilities: The Ooh-Mah, being a former human, hunts like one too, donning armor and utilizing weapons to kill prey.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-Somehow, they made a Sasquatch monster be more human and at the same time way less. This creature looks less like a hairy man and more like a psychotic buff tailless baboon wearing bony armor and picking people off like he was a Yautja. His violent methods and him not being the only one only contribute to him being one of the scariest ape men around.
Trivia: -For some reason, this film is sometimes referred to with a subtitle "The Legend of Konga". No house-sized mutant chimps here.
-It took two years for this film to be made. This was mainly due to how they expected some rainfall to help with the atmosphere...only for a drought to hit California and dash those hopes until the very last day of filming.