"A Heavenly Star"

Films: God Told Me To (1976)

Alias: None

Type: Alien

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: There are countless tales of Gods impregnating mortals for their own gain. Most of the time, it turns out quite well actually. But what led to the atrocities below was no God. It was something else.

History: Across New York City, several people have been committing random murderous crimes, and all have claimed that God told them too. But the perpetrator is not the Lord, but rather Bernard Phillips. This hermaphrodite of a man was the spawn of a human woman and a bizarre glowing orb from space. He's not the only star child, but he’s the one who disregarded his humanity to plunge the world into chaos and become the Eve to his "brother's" Adam for a new species.

Notable Kills: Anyone who joins his cult gets forced into suicide if they slight him a bit.

Final Fate: Bernard's brother rejects his offer, and in response the alien-man destroys the building they're in, ending his own life. The other spawn is sent to a mental ward, accused of Bernard's demise.

Powers/Abilities: Psychic telepathy, mind control.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-There's absolutely nothing worse than an alien spawn with a God complex. Especially one that can utterly mess us society from a safe distance. It doesn't help that he's a completely amoral d-bag.

Trivia: -Director Larry Cohen claims to have been inspired by the Bible to make this film because as far as he was concerned, God was one of the most violent beings in literature.

-The lead role was originally given to Robert Foster, but the actor fell out with Cohen, claiming that he was a bit too passionate to work with.

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