Q is for ...Q is always a difficult letter on the AtoZ, but it's one of those letters I have always liked - no idea why *shrug* :). That being said I only have two monsters for you today, but I hope you will like them both.
The little skulls by their name are my scariness rating as to how monstrous and scary I think the creatures are when seen in their films.
- 1 skull (not scary at all) - 5 skulls (very scary)
- and there is a special rating for a few - 5 red skulls (utterly terrifying)
Marsha Quist (The Howling)
In the Howling, Karen White, a reporter, is sent to the Colony by her therapist to recover after being stalked by Eddie and helping the police to apprehend him. What Karen and her husband, Bill, do not know is that everyone at the colony is a werewolf.
Marsha uses her feminine charms to try and seduce Bill, and when she is refuted, turns him into a werewolf instead. She's something of a fruit loop, wanting the werewolves to revel in their nature rather than trying to hide in the colony.
The Howling is something of a cheesy 80s movie, but I enjoyed it.
Quetzalcoatl (Q - the Winged Serpent)
She's also nesting and has a cult of followers performing bizarre Aztec based rituals.
The effects are all stop motion because this movie is from way before CGI and it's not the greatest film, but I needed another Q :)
Q: Do you know any Q movie monsters that I didn't manage to find? What is your favourite stop motion creature?