Films: Frankenstein's Bloody Terror (1968)
Alias: Imre Wolfstein, Waldemar Daninsky, Janos and Wandessa Mikhelov
Location: Haunted Home/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Affiliation: Evil, Neutral (Waldemar)
Summary: This is the tale of Waldemar Daninsky, his battle against the vampire scourge, and the different interpretations of it. The other one won't be for a while, so how about the first.
History: Way back then, Imre Frankenstein got his last name changed to Wolfstein after contacting lycanthropy. Felled by a relative via impalement by silver cross, Imre was laid to rest in his decaying castle. Some gypsies looking for a quick buck came around to raid it, and freed him by removing the cross. The wolf-man was re-killed by Waldemar Daninsky, but he passed the curse on. Now a werewolf himself, Waldemar sought the help of Dr. Janos Mikhelov and his wife Wandessa. But the truth was that they were a pair of devil-worshipping vampires! The plot thickens!
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After reviving Irme, the vampire duo sic him on Waldemar. The latter comes out victorious, and slaughters the vampires next. However, Waledmar is then put out his misery by his lover, who shoots him with a silver bullet.
Powers/Abilities: Pure savagery vs. pure intellect.
Weakness: Silver objects and each-other.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-It was bad enough with the (admittingly cheesy-looking) vampires resurrecting a werewolf, but jeez, look at those hairy beasts! Those might be the mangiest, most savage Talbott-style werewolves ever! Look at those fangs! Definitely an unsettling look for these creatures.
Trivia: -This was the first in the barely-connected "Hombre Lobo" series of films directed by Paul Naschy.
-Speaking of which, these are 12 of these things. Don't expect us to cover them all.