“Farm-age”

Films: Isolation (2005)

Alias: None

Type: Mutant

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of a small dog.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: It's something straight out of John Carpenter's mind. Except it isn't. It's a farm experiment gone haywire, and it just cannot wait to get out.

History: Some experimentation on cows has yielded some rather unsavory results. A calf has been born...already pregnant and birthing malformed fetuses. Worse, these fetuses, especially one in particular, are alive, hungry, and very infectious. If they were to get out of the small farm in Ireland, they could stand a chance of infecting the world. All are killed quickly...except for one...

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: The largest monster gets a drawn-out demise. It is impaled on a metal stick, dowsed in liquid, thrust into grinding gears, and then beaten to paste by the same stick. That said, there is some warning that we may see killer fetus monsters again...

Powers/Abilities: Major resilience to injury and disease.

Weakness: Just enough damage can kill them.

Scariness Factor: 4-They're not particularly hard to kill, but good luck figuring out exactly what these horrible things are. For all we know, it's some centipede-looking thing with HUMAN EYES and a body that looks like rotted flesh. Also, they're infectious, so no pressure.

Trivia: -This film was directed by Billy O' Brian, who seems to have a thing for directing films with horror and the occasional inhuman monster.

-This film was known in other countries as things like "Quarantine" and "Experiment".


Image Gallery


Both she and the cow have...seen things...

Shockterus is going to have nothing on this.

Puberty is heck for these guys.
And now, it will end with despair.

They grow up so...so...SO KILL IT NOW!
I dunno. It looks like it still wants to die now.


Trailer(s)