Films: The Lazarus Effect (2015)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area/Eldritch Location

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: There was a whole novel written about the dangers of playing God and resurrecting the dead. WHY do people keep thinking they can get away with this idiocy?! Some scientists have no self-control, and people pay dearly for it.

History: Recently, some intelligent scientists, including a woman named Zoe, have developed a serum that was originally going to help with comas before it revealed resurrection properties. Dubbed the Lazarus Serum, it was tested per the norm, but people noticed it had some odd effects. Then Zoe got electrocuted to death, prompting them to test it on her. It worked, but she came back rather...evil, and with budding psychic powers, as well as her reliving the Hell that was her childhood trauma of an apartment fire. Now, no one in her vicinity is safe...

Notable Kills: Crushes someone in a locker, and shoves an e-cigarette down a man's throat.

Final Fate: It is eventually revealed that Zoe started the fire on purpose, and she isn't possessed, just really unhinged due to the serum, which she injects herself with more. She is successful in killing everyone, and she soon begins to resurrect everyone she killed, her motives not looking too good.

Powers/Abilities: Telekinesis, telepathy, illusions.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Zoe is a prime example of what happens when you don't do background checks on your workers, and expect them not to go insane when they're the new guinea pig in your experiment. As an undead, she has those soul-piercing black eyes on top of some scary powers. Also, she was quite insane from the start. Wonderful.

Trivia: -Ironically, Zoe is the Greek word for "Life".

-Zoe was played by Olivia Wilde, the same person who was Quorra in "TRON: Legacy".

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