Films: Beast of the Yellow Night (1971)

Alias: Various, notably Joseph Langdon, Philip Rogers

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: There's more to worry about in Southeast Asia that doesn't have to do with poverty and drug cartels. Okay, scratch that bit, this is just a movie, those two things are very much real. We apologize.

History: At the eve of WWII, Philippines soldier Joseph Langdon was facing certain death. That changed when Satan himself saved him on the condition that his spirit infects the souls of those to come in the name of evil. However, after 25 years of doing this, Langdon tires of it all, and tries to live normally in the body of Philip Rogers. Unfortunately, this gets him turned into a werewolf-like monster with a taste for blood.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Eventually, Roberts is confronted by an entire squadron of soldiers, and despite his efforts, is gunned down. Langdon is released from his binds because of this.

Powers/Abilities: Claws for lacerating flesh, resilliance.

Weakness: Cannot take pain forever.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-We will admit, this is one violent shape-shifter. However, he does sort of look like Kelsey Grammer's Beast from "The Last Stand", but on a somehow lesser budget.

Trivia: -This is often considered the finale to Eddie Romero's "Blood Island" series, even though that island or even that one doctor never appear.

-The beast was played by John Ashley, who was known for producing such TV shows like "The A-Team".

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If he's gonna do that, he'd better stop gnawing on random bones.

Beware the influence of the Golden Viper.