Films: Feeders (1996)
Location: Forest/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of toddlers.
Summary: Sometimes, you just got to look at an alien and ask yourself, "How did we lose to these guys?". Indeed, it's a little hard to believe that we kept getting our asses kicked by little green men who could barely stand up to our knee's length.
History: Coming from stars away, the Feeders came...to feed. On a slightly off-the-map town. Not the most ambitious aliens, but everyone starts somewhere. Somehow, despite being the size of stunted dogs and having pencil-thin arms, they managed to hold this town in a vice grip of bloodshed and mutilation.
Notable Kills: Nothing special
Final Fate: Somehow, the aliens succeed in laying waste to whatever they like as more and more saucers come over to Earth. Then there was that time a guy had a dream about Santa Claus taking them out before finding a Feeder in one of his presents. Okay.
Powers/Abilities: None. Maybe suspension of disbelief?
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 1.5-Bloodshed aside, the Feeders are impossible to take seriously. They look like emancipated imps, their bodies are ridiculously thin, and they can't stop flailing about to save their lives. They're painfully obvious puppets, and that sucks.
Trivia: -This film was shot in 1994 over the course of four days.
-This film was made by the Polonia Brothers, who have gone on to make more than 40 low-budget films in their careers.