"You know what? Liver failure's worth it"

Films: Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde (1976)

Alias: Mr. Hyde

Type: Mutant

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Sigh, yet another Jekyll/Hyde movie. We're at wit's end with these stories. But hey, at least this one tries to be interesting.

History: Dr. Henry Pride was hoping to find a cure for liver disease. So it only made sense that the end result was a potion that brought out his evil side. Yep. Just put it right next to the anti-lung cancer serum that makes giant spiders (hyperbole on our part). Anyway, this serum turned the good doctor into a mindless beast.

Notable Kills: Throws a woman into traffic, and completely no-sells some karate moves thrown at him by another.

Final Fate: Pride ends up climbing a large structure, only for the police to gun him down finally.

Powers/Abilities: Completely impervious to physical attacks.

Weakness: Bullets.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-In stark contrast to previous Hydes, Pride's evil side is savage and acts solely on a killer instinct. This makes him much more intimidating and dangerous.

Trivia: -This film was also known as "Decision for Doom", "Serum", and "Hyde".

-Pride was played by Bernie Casey, who would be notable for playing as James Bond’s CIA ally Agent Felix Leiter in several films in the franchise.

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And no, it's not the spirit of explotation. We assume.

"Hello, obviously unhinged person! Mind if we mug you?"
In obscure movies like this, chaos reigns.

"I'm king of wor-OW! Bullets still hurt a bit!"