“Recycled in Nature”

Films: Alligator 2: The Mutation (1991)

Alias: None

Type: Mutant

Location: Swamp/Civilized Area

Height/Weight: Twice that of an average alligator.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: Almost eleven years ago, a monstrous alligator mutated by irradiated corpses laid waste to its environment and killed many people. Now, that exact whole thing is repeating. Only this time, it's in the less civilized parts of Texas.

History: Regent Park has a new resident. A massive alligator mutated by its life in the sewers. It is presumably the son of the previous giant gator, Ramone. Unfortunately, no one seems to believe it, or at least doesn't want to believe it due to how it'd interfere with the business. Big mistake...

Notable Kills: Nothing special

Final Fate: The alligator is soon tracked down to the marshlands it was first sighted in. Soon, a rocket launcher is put to good use, and blows it to kingdom come.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Even if we've seen it before, it's still a gigantic version of a reptile more than capable of dragging you under and tearing you apart. It's got more darkness to fall back on too, so good luck seeing it before it gets you.

Trivia: -Quite of bit of scenes featuring the alligator are just stock footage from the previous film.

-The producer of this film was originally going to be directing before he got replaced.


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Through radiation, the scales of nature are in constant flux.

Seething with hate and obsessed with hunger...

Not just a mutation, but an almighty albino!


Who's to say that he actually doesn't know what's going on?
"Uh...I didn't do anything yet."

Cheesy as this film is, the terror of underwater death still runs deep.

"You ever think we should look behind us?"




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