"What a Ham"

Films: Pigs (1972)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of average pigs.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: Now here's some killer animals you weren't expecting! Sure, it's no rabbits case, but it comes close enough, we guess.

History: These pigs were pretty standard once. Then a drunk fell asleep in their presence, and they proceeded to eat him. It was at this point that they developed a taste for man-flesh, something that did not go unnoticed by farmer Zambrini. This mad man fed the pigs anyone he didn't like, though that changed just a bit when the unhinged Lynn Hart joined the family and fed them anyone who reminded her of her sexually abusive father.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Eventually, Lynn's madness reaches an apotheosis, as she stabs Zambrini for bringing up her dad, has an imaginary conversation with him on the phone, and lets herself get killed by the escaped pigs. The authorities come in, and take the pigs away to parts unknown.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2-These pigs are pretty vicious, but not that intimidating. They're just regular barn pigs chewing at a clearly fake corpse most of the time.

Trivia: -Pigs can indeed eat meat, as they are omnivorous. Due to consistent breeding though, it's not much of a priority.

-Other titles for this film include "Daddy's Deadly Darling", "The Thirteenth Pig", and "Roadside Torture Chamber".

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Conclusion: This is a bad idea.

Way too soon. Waaay too soon.
You'd think Hell would invest in goats.

Wait until some random filmgoers learn about the Entelodont.
Somewhere along the line, Animal Farm took a dark turn.

Rather ingenius, isn't it?