Films: Reaper (2014)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: The hunter of souls, the arbiter of death, the grim reaper has many names. But some people would choose to use death's reputation as a means of propping themselves above all other killers. And to be fair, this one had one heck of an edge.
History: A cultist and serial killer, the Reaper was sentenced to the electric chair, only for a malfunction to occur, and allow him to escape. Now with inexplicable electrical powers, the Reaper is travelling around killing perceived sinners and sending them to Hell. His most recent target is a hotel full of people at each other's throats due to drug deals gone sour.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Just as the Reaper is about to complete his Hell ritual on one of the survivors, another one uses the last ounce of his strength to drown him in some water. However, after everyone has left, the Reaper rises again, presumably to look elsewhere for victims.
Powers/Abilities: Electricity, teleportation.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-From a distance, this electrical being does indeed look like the specter of death itself. But upon closer inspection...he's just that, albeit with some budget constraints. Still, don't tackle this guy unless you really have a plan, otherwise he might drag you to his messed up church of a lair.
Trivia: -A lot of this film was done at the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula, California. Funnily enough, that place is said to be haunted by spirits, and is a hotspot for paranormal investigators.
-The Reaper was played by Mike Michaels, in one of only three roles he's done ever.