Films: Dark Haul (2014)
Alias: The Jersey Devil
Location: Civilized Area/Forest/Haunted Home
Height/Weight: Twice that of an average human.
Summary: It sucks to be stuck in a prophecy, sometimes. You want to live your own life, but fate keeps putting upon you all these responsibilities and motives that could have belonged to someone else. And then of course there are prophecies that actually let people take their time. It happens, but at least a lot can be done beforehand. A lot.
History: In the 18th century, twins were born. Unfortunately, one was the 13th child of a 13th child, resulting in the Jersey Devil, as it would come to be known as. The beast had a sister, who was also part-demon, but way more humanoid. For centuries, they lived on the run, with the brother killing many and the sister, Zib, having to hide him and protect him. In the modern day, Zib and her monstrous twin have managed to find a truck to hide in, away from the Keepers, those tasked with making sure they fulfill a prophecy that entails them fighting each other to the death.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Zib briefly embraces her demonic heritage and kills all the Keepers in an abandoned house when they attempt to trap her brother. However, the prophecy causes him to attack her, and after a bit, Zib is forced to decapitate him, putting an end to the prophecy and leaving her future uncertain.
Powers/Abilities: Very durable.
Weakness: Anything conventional, though holy rituals help.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-Sadly, Zib's brother spends most of the movie being an INCREDIBLY shoddy CGI effect. The times where you see him as a guy in a suit are marginally better, but only because it isn't so nakedly obvious that he's fake. He sure does kill people easily, though.
Trivia: -This film is mostly known as "Monster Truck".
-Although the Jersey Devil obviously has siblings in the Mother Leeds version of the legend, interactions with them are minimal in the stories. Most of the time, it's safe to assume that he killed them all.