Films: The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020)
Alias: Paul Carnury
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: It seems like a typical werewolf story. And in a way, it is. But looks can be deceiving. What happened here goes against convention, but at the same time, paints the classic tale of lycanthropic terror as something more chillingly...human.
History: The quiet skiing town of Snow Hollow, Utah has had some unfortunate troubles recently. As in, a monstrous wolf-like being is going around killing everybody. For the local sheriff, it's not helping his personal instability. He finds himself desperately trying to convince everyone that it's only a man, not some monster out of legend. But does that really matter when the snow's getting painted red?
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: It is revealed that the killer is indeed a man, specifically local taxidermist Paul Carnury in a homemade wolf suit. After a fight with the sheriff, Paul is shot several times by both him and his partner. He dies still wearing his costume.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Say what you will about it not actually being a werewolf, but we were sure as Hell convinced it was beforehand. Paul's lack of a motivation, as well as his brutal performance as a creature of the night, makes him an effective serial killer. It's all in the execution, after all. Or executions, really.
Trivia: -No, the director is NOT one of the most versatile voice actors around. This Jim Cummings is a small name director known for doing 2018's "Thunder Road".
-This was the last film to feature Robert Forster.