Films: Weasels Rip my Flesh (1979)
Alias: The weasel, Anderson the were-weasel
Height/Weight: That of a tractor (weasel), that of an average human (Anderson).
Summary: I've...honestly been staring holes in the ceiling for some time now. What the Hell did I just watch? Whoever made this had a sincere desire to drive the world mad with confusion.
History: One day, a NASA rocket was returning from Venus, when it crashed into the countryside. Leaking radioactive fluid, some idiot kid poured all of it into a weasel's hole, mutating the mammal into a massive predator. After it got its arm ripped off by a car crash, the weasel found its DNA being used by a mad scientist to find immortality. Oh, and those infected with weasel blood turn into horrific were-weasels. Because of course they do.
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: The weasel is confronted by Anderson the were-weasel, and the latter eviscerates his foe to the point where it lights up in flames (?!). But the weasel went out doing good, as the scientist gets his arm bitten off, and his other arm eaten by a lake shark (?!?!?!?).
Powers/Abilities: Severed parts act on own accord, can inflict rabies, blood can create Were-Weasels
Weakness: Anything conventional, mostly fire.
Scariness Factor: 2-The weasel is a joke, looking like a paper Mache land shark barely able to move. Anderson just looks ugly and ungainly. Altogether, you have yourself a colossal treasure of embarrassments.
Trivia: -This was the first movie directed by Nathan Schiff. He was a high school student at the time.
-That plastic shark at the very end? It was found in the garbage on shooting day. Really makes you think, hm?