Films: Hammerhead (2005)
Location: Civilized Area/Ocean/Forest/Lake
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: So, you want to bring your son back from the brink of death. That's all fine. But you know what isn't? Letting him become some kind of scientific aberration, and somehow being proud of it. But that's the King family for you.
History: Dr. Preston King wants blood. Blood of the doctors who couldn't save his son Paul from kidney cancer. But as it turns out, he's kind of petty, for Paul isn't quite dead. He's been pumped full of hammerhead shark DNA due to the advanced stem cells within. This has of course turned Paul into a grotesque shark/man hybrid who now lives on his father's secluded island full of booby traps and aggressive plant life. He has of course invited the doctors to be killed by, and in at least one case mate with, his monstrous son.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After Paul instinctively mauls his dad, he gets a bunch of liquid nitrogen to the mouth, causing him to explode. The rest of the lab is taken out as well.
Powers/Abilities: Can shrug off most damage.
Weakness: Heavy artillery, as well as high amounts of nitrogen.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-It's a bit of a shame that the suit version of this monster is so camera shy. It looks rather good, and benefits the major gore unleashed by this beast. Unfortunately, finnicky CGI follows Paul like the plague.
Trivia: -For the last time mad scientists, SHARKS ARE NOT IMMUNE TO CANCER. Yes, few of the tumors they get are malignant, but it's not outside the realm of possibility. Either way, Preston screwed over his son for basically no reason.
-How they thought excess nitrogen would lead to a bloody explosion is beyond us. All that does is cause what is known as nitrogen narcosis, which can also be achieved by simply getting really drunk. Though like getting drunk, it isn't pleasant in the slightest.