Films: Inseminoid (1981)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of average human babies (maybe average humans for adults).
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: Isn't childbirth just magical? Okay, there's a lot of pain and stress involved, but at least the end result is always nice. Not in space, though. Quite the opposite, actually.
History: While investigating the ruins of an ancient alien civilization, the old "chemical intelligence" that resided there sprung to life. It impregnated one of the crewmates, and used its hive mind to make her kill others for nutrients to satiate the unborn twin abominations.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: The twins are born anyway despite their mother being killed, and they assault any survivors. The rescue ship abandons any hope of finding the rest of the crew as the aliens stowaway on it.
Powers/Abilities: Mind control for the parent.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-It's a nightmare for any upcoming mothers out there. Imagine you about to birth twin horrors against your will, and the intelligence who willed it is controlling you into going on blood rages to help them grow. Not very pleasant, yes?
Trivia: -Despite this film's premise bearing an uncanny resemblance to "Alien", director Norman J. Warren has furiously denied it.
-The original film was going to be about gargoyles, but it never made it past any script-making process.