“Don't touch that dial”

Films: Bad Channels (1992)

Alias: None

Type: Alien

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Most people in the music industry look smoking hot. There is no dancing around this subject. And the really good ones look very unique. But for every reasonable fan, there’s always that one fan who doesn't know the concept of personal space. Case in point, this asshole.

History: One day, this malevolent fungus-based alien came with his robotic sidekick with one goal in mind. Mainly, infect the radio waves, steal good-looking rock stars, shrink them into pocket-size, and take them back to his world. What he planned to do to them is beyond us, but it couldn't possibly be good...

Notable Kills: See Final Fate.

Final Fate: After electrocuting his robot in major frustration until it explodes, the alien gets its suit heavily damaged by a switch knife. It is then revealed that the alien is in fact a monstrous plant that is taken out of commission by Germasol disinfectant. The alien does manage to escape, but in critical condition.

Powers/Abilities: Can spread a deadly fungus with those it makes contact with.

Weakness: Disinfectant and anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-This alien is rather sick when you get down to it. It steals young pop stars for unknown goals, and while its head is ridiculously large, its dark look combined with the alien's height make it a bit imposing. Its true form...not so much.

Trivia: -This film was also known as "Cosmo" and "Radio Alien".

-The alien was yet another role for actor-turned effects artist Michael Deak.


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A killer in both ways.

Would be more intimidating if it wasn't for that helmet.
From here, he's just a green-skinned loser.

What does it mean when it goes up to 11? Deader than dead?

With that, you prove yourself just as useful as a chocolate teapot.

So much for his intimidation. Loser.


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