“A flip of fate”

Films: Freaky (2020)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: The guys who gave us this film had also graced us with the "Happy Death Day" movies. So you can imagine that we're about to see another tale of a girl fighting against the conventions of slasher horror in the most unlikely of ways. And you'd be right! But be warned, because this killer's methods make his predecessor look almost tame...

History: A vile mass murderer with a streak as long as California, the Blissfield Butcher specifically targets the youth of the town just for kicks. And worse, he's rather proficient at it. But then he got his hands on the La Dola, an ancient Aztec dagger with magical properties. Said properties were unintentionally put to practice when he stabbed high schooler Millie Kessler with it. The dagger caused them to switch bodies! This transformation would be permanent in six hours, and while the Butcher was at first not all that thrilled with his (her?) reduced strength, he found new and exciting ways to gruesomely kill.

Notable Kills: Smashes a girl's head between a toilet and its seat, impales a boy's head with two broken ends of a tennis racket, freezes a girl mid-phone call in a cryotherapy tank before shattering her, saws a teacher in half with his own table saw, and stabs a jock through the eye with a hook.

Final Fate: Just when the deadline draws near, Millie manages to stab the Butcher with La Dola again before the police apprehend him. However, he comes back for vengeance not long afterward. Cue Millie stabbing him in the back with a broken table leg before kicking it through his chest. The Butcher's reign is over.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-The Blissfield Butcher may not exactly look like the kind of person you'd expect to carve a path of blood and death in his wake, but actions speak louder than looks. No matter the body, the Butcher is a cold and quiet monster that loves to murder in the most vile way possible, especially if impalement is involved.

Trivia: -The Butcher's actor, Vince Vaughn, is mostly known for his comedic roles (a very hit-or-miss career, we might add), but he's tried dramatic ones too. He was even Norman Bates in the "Psycho" remake, but we dare not bring that up. EVER.

-Originally, this film was called "Killer Body", and "Freaky Friday the 13th", the latter of which spelled out the two major inspirations for it.

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