Films: Alien Predators (1985)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of housecats.
Summary: Body snatchers, come and get them. Or don't, considering that we all value free will. Either way, let's get visceral with our control-freak designs, how about it?
History: Recovered from the Apollo 14 moon mission was a bizarre microbe that got sent to the interstellar Skylab in 1973. It was tested on animals, and it proved to be a horrific mistake, considering that in a proper host, the virus-like microbe controls the body, and emerges as a small carnivorous monster. The Skylab was destroyed in 1979, but parts of it landed in Duarte, Spain. Now, five years later, some of the residents are acting strange, as if something is controlling them...
Notable Kills: Anytime a creature bursts out, it ain't pretty.
Final Fate: Even after a supposed cure is developed, at least one person heading back towards civilization is still infected. It'll only be a matter of time before humanity faces its darkest threat...
Powers/Abilities: Can control other bodies in virus form.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-You just have to come into contact with a host or breathe in some of that virus to have horrible malignant beasts crawling in your body. And you just try staring at those little spider-demon aliens yourself.
Trivia: -There was an actual Skylab, as it was the first U.S. space station ever. It lasted for about six years before it fell apart into Earth's atmosphere, with some parts flying into Australia. And no, there weren't any deadly alien viruses on it...as far as we know...
-Producer Carlos Aured wanted this film to be more serious, but the rest of the crew were too flax to let that happen. He quit the film business soon after this was released.