"Hunting the Most Dangerous Game"

Films: Bloodlust (1961)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Haunted Home/Jungle

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: When you're out of ideas for animals to poach and hunt for trophies (if you're a heartless individual), just think about what's at the top of the food chain. Wait...that's man! No, don't take that as a challenge, you ninny!

History: Once a skilled sniper in the war, Dr. Albert Balleau once detested violence. But his prowess turned his aversion into an obsession, and he retreated to a tropical island when the war ended. He would soon wait for unsuspecting travelers to end up on his island so that he could hunt them for sport and pose them in his trophy room. And he would have so much fun doing it.

Notable Kills: A particularly cruel example is when he tells some of his victims that they will find a gun near the "Tree of Death". One finds it, attempts to shoot Albert...only to find it's a defective one. That cheeky bastard.

Final Fate: While confronting some of the survivors, he is jumped by a guy he let nearly drown in a leech-infested lake, and impaled on a cross.

Powers/Abilities: Albert's favorite weapon is a large crossbow that shoots arrows capable of slicing through solid rock.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-You're really going to need all your wits to beat this guy. A master of trickery and the hunt, Albert can truly make you feel like a cornered animal. The best you can do is stick together, and try and outsmart him, which is no easy task.

Trivia: -This film was done in 1959, but was strangely not released until 1961.

-This film is also a remake of 1932's "The Most Dangerous Game", which in turn is an adaptation of the Richard Connell short story of the same name (also known as "The Hounds of Zaroff"). Said hunter from that tale, ironically, met his end at his own hounds.

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He'll make sure you take MORE than an arrow to the knee.
An arrow through the gut and through the...ew...
The hunt goes decidingly off-script.