Films: Godmonster of Indian Flats (1973)
Location: Civilized area/Desert
Height/Weight: Twice that of an average human.
Summary: Oh dear lord, what did we invoke this time? When you've been running this site for this long, there's no hope of pinning down the weirdest and most baffling thing you've seen in a movie. So what the hell do you expect us to make of this monstrosity?
History: In a backwards western ranch, the very little science that occurs is not going well. The local sheep have grown restless due to a strange orange phosphorus poisoning the land. It gives rise to a heavily deformed sheep fetus, and after quite some time, it mutates into a grotesque man-sheep abomination that quickly takes to attacking everything.
Notable Kills: Blows up an entire gas station with minimal effort.
Final Fate: Eventually the "Godmonster" is wrangled up, and put on exhibition for the public. Alas, the folks are angered at the mayor's lie-laced speech, and in the ensuing riot chaos, the truck holding the monster is pushed down a hill, where it explodes. Could it have ended any other way?
Powers/Abilities: Incredibly durable and strong, emits toxic gasses at times.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 1.5-Okay, if one was being generous, this horribly deformed thing would be a bit unnerving, but in the grand scheme of things, it sucks. It walks around with a limp, it's easily taken down, and in the end, it's just a f*cking lumpy rubber sheep.
Trivia: -Among livestock, sheep are perhaps the most tested on for science. Mutations are also no stranger to them, with ones growing multiple limbs and horns on occasion.
-The working title for this film was "The Secret of Silverdale".