Films: Humanoids from the Deep (1980)
Location: Ocean/Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: So, the local industry poisoned the ocean again. That's just brilliant. Oh, what's that? It gave rise to a bunch of rape-happy fish men? Just...why do we even bother?
History: The Canco Corporation of Noyo, California has really done it. After a failed experiment regarding growth hormones, a bunch of tested salmon got accidentally released and grew to huge proportions. By that, we mean they became humanoids. Humanoids that desired mates to carry on their genes. Unfortunately, the only females around were human women.
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: The marauding humanoids are shot down and/or burnt after their first big assault on the populace. However, at least one of the raped girls has a little humanoid burst out of her womb.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-If the mutated zombie fish men from "Horror at Party Beach" actually posed something resembling a threat, they'd be just like this. And even then, those undead would probably draw the line at all the non-consensual sex.
Trivia: -Joe Dante was going to do this film, but he declined it.
-In a rare display of human ignorance, Roger Corman fired the (female) director of this film when she refused to do any more scenes of the humanoids raping women. He hired another director to do it.