“Cells at work”

Films: Deep Evil (2004)

Alias: None

Type: Alien/Mutant

Location: Haunted home/Civilized Area

Height/Weight: Whatever they want to be.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: An alien invasion? That's bad. Mutants? Those also tend to be bad. Both all at once. Well, now you just want us all to be dead, don't you?

History: After an alien spacecraft crashed into Siberia in the 50s, scientists in Alaska began to clone and experiment on the DNA found there. But now, the lab has gone silent, and armed forces are sent to investigate. As it turns out, the alien microbes mutated into reptilian beasts capable of changing form, and they're almost ready to take on the Earth.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: At first, it seems like the whole lab is blown up with all of the aliens in it. But soon, it is revealed that the aliens have already infiltrated civilization. The future remains uncertain.

Powers/Abilities: These aliens are made of an odd liquid-like element that can change into whatever form they choose, though some are more detailed than others. They can also recover from most damage by regressing back to liquid form.

Weakness: Extreme heat/cold.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-The CGI for the liquid forms are a little on the hokey side. You can almost hear the filmmakers thinking they made multiple T-1000s with nary a hint of irony. However, the true forms of the alien mutants are a sight, and work rather well, especially in the darkness.

Trivia: -This film took two weeks to make.

-This film was directed by Pat Williams, who seems to have a much more productive career in live-action TV works.

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"When was the last time I stretched?"
And they're going to live for a LOOONG time.

"Say...did somebody leave the stove on?"

Charlotte plots away.

As do her brethren.