Films: Dr. Heckyll and Mr. Hype (1980)
Alias: Henry Heckyll
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: We are REALLY getting tired of all of these Hydes out there. But at least this one tries to put on a decent twist to it all. A shame it got lost to the annals of history.
History: Dr. Henry Heckyl was no sight for sore eyes. Looking rather hideous, Heckyl had no chance of socializing on account of his appearance and disposition. Then one day, he developed a serum that turned him into Mr. Hype, a handsome womanizer prone to violence.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Heckyl eventually succumbs to suicidal depression, and dies just before finally scoring. One shapeshifting swan-song later, he laments that he died a virgin.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-That hideous man on the icon was Heckyl, not Hype. We did that because honestly both are not very nice. The normal side just so happened to look pretty monstrous.
Trivia: -Heckyl/Hype was played by Oliver Reed, who was voted the 5th most popular box office star in 1971.
-This film was originally pitched as "Dr. Feelgood and Mr. Hype". It involved drugs that turn people into advertising advocates.