"Hakuna Mortem-tata"

Films: Razorback (1984)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Desert/Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of a small car.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: The Australian Outback is filled with some of the most dangerous wildlife anyone can think of. But no one would have guessed that its greatest threat would be a brutal relative of the mere pig.

History: The Outback has a new menace for the rural citizenry. A massive razorback boar is on the loose, driving the local wildlife mad and killing everyone who happens to be in its way. Some pursue it to help the people, others for revenge, and a few for profit.

Notable Kills: Bulldozes through a house to get to the juicy little kid inside.

Final Fate: The beast is eventually confronted in a dog food factory, where it gets led into a rotating fan, ripping it apart.

Powers/Abilities: Extreme durability.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Surely, nothing could be more frightening than a razor-tusked tank of an animal charging at you with the speed of a car. You may not see it often, but when you do, it will haunt you for years to come.

Trivia: -Boars don't eat people on a regular basis, but they are still omnivores, and the larger ones living in the East can be pretty fierce. And sometimes, their size is just as astounding as this one.

-This film was partially inspired by the 1980 death of Azaria Chamberlain, a little baby carried off and eaten by a dingo while the mother was charged for murder.

Image Gallery

Not afraid of mere pigs? Australia has you covered.

Another state is adorable when it's a piglet.

The last thing you see before you die.
In the shadow of the ungulate psychopath.

"Bugger. He's right behind me, isn't he?"

"Oh, yeah!"
Trust me. Wild cats are paltry compared to the monster here.