“Ticket to nowhere”

Films: Howl (2015)

Alias: Various, notably Scar, Jenny, Joe

Type: Mystical

Location: Forest

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: A coordinated attack requires two things. One is a good place to do it, and the other is no mercy. Predators in the natural world are quite good at this most of the time. But the supernatural? Practically unstoppable.

History: Somewhere in the forests of the English lands, a train has broken down and left may passengers stranded in the middle of nowhere. However, they are not alone. There is an entire pack of werewolves waiting to either tear the occupants apart or turn them into additions to their clan. Either way, everyone will be lucky to make it through the night.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: In the end, while the alpha, Scar, is beaten to death by the surviving passengers, it hardly matters. The rest of the werewolves, old and new, descend upon them all, either killing or converting them. There is only one human survivor after all the chaos.

Powers/Abilities: Any wound/bite from them can spread the curse. The change is also permanent, so the sun won’t stop them.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-These werewolves walk a fine line between humanoid and bestial. Just look at those long teeth and those sharp claws! What's worse is that these are a thinking breed, clearly taking joy in watching the humans cower in fear as they rip them to pieces. And believe us, the transformation may only have once, but it is painful.

Trivia: -Everything about the werewolves is practical...except for the three-jointed legs. Those were added digitally in post-production for obvious reasons.

-Sean Pertwee is one of the victims in this film, and just like in "Dog Soldiers" (another werewolf film) and "Doomsday", he gets disemboweled. Any more deaths like that across cinema for him and we might start calling him "Sean Bean with guts".

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