“Tongue Tied”

Films: Mind Ripper (1995)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made

Location: Haunted home/Underground/Desert

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Some people will tell you that this is the unofficial sequel to "The Hills Have Eyes". This is of course a load of BS. What isn't is how dangerous its aggressor is...

History: Found by the government as a dead body and brought to their underground facility, Subject Thor was a would-be guinea pig for scientific advancements. A little bizarre for some, but absolutely painful for him. He endured their tortures, but when the time was ripe, he broke loose. Now, he's hunting down those who drove him mad, eating their brains and making sure no one gets out of the facility alive.

Notable Kills: Inserts his tongue thing into someone’s eye, then another's nose, as well as twisting a guy's head off.

Final Fate: Thor pursues his prey all the way out of the facility and onto a biplane, where he is shot off so that he may fall to his apparent death. However, at least one other person in that facility had Thor's exact powers, and she's waking up.

Powers/Abilities: Aside from amazing regenerative abilities, Thor has a strange barbed tongue within his tongue that he uses to probe heads and get to their brains.

Weakness: He can be hurt and brought down for a time.

Scariness Factor: 4-Thor is pretty much less a human and more a savage animal wearing a human's skin. Unhinged and built to take hard hits, this thing will get at your juicy noggin whether he has to bash it out or stick that sick-looking barb into you.

Trivia: -This film was not made by Wes Craven. It was written by his son, Jonathan.

-This was the first movie to be shot in Bulgaria after the recent collapse of their government.

Image Gallery

The only thing you can do in a situation like this.

Just when you thought he was a dullard human!
Watch out! He's gonna sing!

More like 'Mind-Caresser'.

No, no, NO. We refuse to believe this was a sequel. We said it before.

If only a hug was enough to placate the beast.