Films: Frostbiter: Wrath of the Wendigo (1995)
Height/Weight: Twice that of an average moose.
Summary: Deep within the Northern woods, there is a legend of madness, evil, and savagery. It is the Wendigo, and now it has been called into our world. With all of the mayhem and bloodshed that entails.
History: A while ago, some idiotic hunters undid a sacred ritual circle. Big mistake. This was the only means of keeping a monster at bay. A demonic beast known as the Wendigo. Now it's free to spread its influence, creating horrific demons and putting the whole place under deep freeze.
Notable Kills: Nothing special
Final Fate: It takes repairing the ritual circle, a magical shaman, and the combined power of a human soul's will to banish the Wendigo back to Hell. There is a hunch that it will return, though.
Powers/Abilities: The Wendigo is virtually indestructible, can manipulate the temperature around it, shoot electricity, and can summon a variety of demons. These include the undead, malformed condors, and even lizard monsters made of chili.
Weakness: Rituals and powerful wills.
Scariness Factor: 4-The minions it summons are more than a bit hokey, and sometimes its stop-motion can be a bit stiff. But fear the Wendigo, and its emancipated frame of a twisted centaur with an elk's antlers. This is a true demon, with how ugly and powerful it is.
Trivia: -In typical Algonquian folklore, the Wendigo is an evil spirit often associated with cannibalism and tribal taboos. Most physical descriptions give it an emancipated frame to emphasize its boundless hunger.
-A similar centaur-like demon as this one is the Nuckelavee, a Norse demon that is considered to be quite possibly the worst possible thing to encounter. Its breath turns crops to nothing, it looks like a skinned man fused with an equally skinned horse, and its favorite pastime is drowning people at sea. Fresh water is one of the few things that drive it off.