Films: Black Belly of the Tarantula (1971)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: In the wild and wonderful world of arthropods, the tarantula hawk devotes its life to paralyzing the largest spiders around and laying its eggs in its exposed belly. Sounds pretty revolting, right? Well, now a man is doing a similar thing, albeit without the stomach-dwelling larvae.
History: A man plagued by a failed marriage and blackmail conspiracies, Masseur snapped easily, killing his wife and devoting the rest of his life to killing similarly beautiful women. His method was a nightmare, paralyzing them with a needle through the neck before disemboweling their stomachs. He needed to be taken out.
Notable Kills: Wanna know something worse about the above? They can feel the pain.
Final Fate: Eventually, Masseur is caught paralyzing another woman, and viciously beaten up by the detective, seemingly to death.
Powers/Abilities: Wields a needle filled with potent paralyzing venom.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-There is nothing more terrifying than the prospect of getting murdered while you can't do a single thing but feel it all. Also, this man's face is just unsettling with how droopy it is.
Trivia: -Somehow, this film got Ennio Morricone to do the score.
-Seriously, look up tarantula hawks. Look it up and cringe at the horror of it all.