Films: Mutant Species (1994)
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: People are good enough soldiers. We don't need any drugs or genetic modifications or whatever you armchair generals will make us better at killing things. Mainly because chances are those things will make us kill each other.
History: A bunch of bio-material was made to help create the ultimate soldier. But the project was rightly canned, and the stuff was sent elsewhere via rocket. When that crashed into some woodland, a group of soldiers was sent to retrieve it. Unfortunately, poor Lieutenant Walter Hollinger was exposed to it, and he degenerated into a lupine-looking beast bent on killing everything.
Notable Kills: Nothing special
Final Fate: In the end, it's Hollinger's closest friend in the army who brings out the humanity in him. The beast's last act is to sadly salute his old companion before the entire forest is bombed, killing him.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-Hollinger kind of looks like a poor man's werewolf. His stiff mask doesn't help matters either. Still, seeing his humanity shine at the end was a nice touch, and he can be threatening if there are enough shadows around.
Trivia: -This film was also known as "Bio-Force".
-Believe it or not, Arnold Schwarzenegger was considered for the role of Hollinger. But he was just one of many big-name actors the director wanted but couldn't have due to costs.