Films: Breach (2020)
Location: Eldritch Location/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: Up to that of a truck.
Summary: So, once again, we have an alien that believes man is the warmest place to hide. Not only that, but it's ended up in what can only be described as an embarrassment of riches. So many to infect and become one with, so little time.
History: In the distant future, most of mankind has retreated to a colony called New Earth after the old planet got devastated. However, a colony ship called the Ark is in trouble. For a parasitic lifeform has breached it thanks to a fanatic bent on New Earth going bare. Now, people left and right are being turned into violent zombies while a select few fight for survival.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After killing so many people, the parasite merges them all into one fleshy being to track down any remaining humans while the other infected futz with the reactor core. It ultimately ends with Bruce Willis causing the Ark to self-destruct while two survivors escape to New Earth. However, infected are there too, so a cleansing is in order...
Powers/Abilities: This parasite can turn people into ravenous undead that can heal from almost all wounds. It can also merge their remains into a towering monster.
Weakness: Fire, and lots of it.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-It may not be creating trust issues, but life issues? Certainly. The zombie army this parasite makes is appropriately ghoulish, but sadly, it supposed ultimate form is a bit too heavy on the cheap CGI. Also, it looks like a cheaper version of the Mind Flayer's other form.
Trivia: -This film was also known as "Anti-Life".
-Many people know Bruce Willis as the actor that put "Die Hard" on the map, but unfortunately, his reputation has kind of gone tits up thanks to a rickety filmography and political beliefs that are Republican, but in a way that people can't decide is "just smaller government" or "Trump supporter". Perhaps we shouldn't know.