Films: Resurrection (1999)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: People can do bad things supposedly in the name of religion. Horrible things. And most of them begin and end with murder.
History: A man recently released from an asylum, Demus proved to be someone better off committed than free. For he was now murdering people around the age of 33, and stealing their body parts. His goal? Recreate the body of Jesus Christ before Easter, and supposedly bring him back. Lunatic.
Notable Kills: His near-finished recreation of Jesus is...well, it's accurate, to an extent...
Final Fate: After coming THIS CLOSE to tossing a baby off a building, Demus gets his brains blown out, and falls off instead, posed...sigh...like Jesus.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-We know that this guy is taking more than a few cues from Jon Doe, but he does a damn good job of it, if you ask us. Then again, when the creepy mask is off, he comes off more as petty and cruel than anything calculating.
Trivia: -Demus was played by Robert Joy, who we personally remember for his...interesting role as a parody of Stephen Hawking in 2008's "Superhero Movie".
-Apparently, actor Christopher Lambert and both the lead writer and director were working on another project, but they liked this one so much that they abandoned the other.