Films: Revenge of Billy the Kid (1992)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: Twice that of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: For farmers, the worst imagery anyone can conjure up about you is that you're some kind of backwards hick who would want more than just a bountiful produce from animals of the ungulate variety. Well don't worry, because we don't think that of you. The MacDonald family on the other hand...

History: Old Gyles MacDonald is a rather unpleasant individual living with an unpleasant English family. The only person with any shred of decency is his daughter Ronnie. But damn, no one would have guessed that Gyles would want to have his way with a goat. Well, that's exactly what happened, and out of the goat came a hideous man/goat hybrid. The beast, named Billy, was instantly the runt of the litter, with only Ronnie taking any pity on it. Soon, Billy grew big enough to begin a massacre that he would ensure would take out his tormentors as well.

Notable Kills: Rams a hook through a guy's chin before chowing on him.

Final Fate: It's Ronnie and her boyfriend who are ultimately the ones who have to do Billy in. They lure him into a small building, chain him up a bit, and blow the place up, though it takes them with it for some reason.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-Let's try and not think about how exactly this tormented goat monster was conceived. Let's instead focus on how savage this creature can be. Indeed, Billy's long horns and incredible strength make him the last person you want to encounter at a farm.

Trivia: -Billy's conception bears a major similarity with the Greek tale of the Minotaur. In that, King Minos' queen was possessed into mating with a bull that Minos refused to sacrifice to Poseidon. The result was a flesh-eating man-bull that Minos had to keep secret in a labyrinth. The Minotaur was fed sacrifices daily before the hero Theseus killed it.

-This film took about 3.5 years to make due to the budget constantly running into problems.

Image Gallery

Had a goat...yeah. You read the bio, didn't you?
Remember. This is how the Minotaur got started.
Hey, look! A sunburned satyr!