Films: Inalienable (2008)
Alias: Benjamin Noriss
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human infant.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Good
Summary: Most of the time, when you hear in a film that someone's gotten impregnated with an alien, that's a cue that it's going to earn a hard R-rating. But in those precious few moments, there are times where there is no need to fear. Unless it happens to be on the wrong side of the law.
History: Eric Norris has been on hard times. His family was killed in an accident, a guy hates him for letting his wife die, and now he's got an alien parasite growing in him. Alas, the alien soon exits his body (for all intents and purposes, he was pregnant), but turns out to not only look something like a human infant, but act like one as well. Unfortunately, the law has other plans, and soon he's hauled before a court to decide whether the baby, named Benjamin, should be in his care, or be sent to the government.
Notable Kills: It's just lashing out when it gets murderous.
Final Fate: Before a final decision can truly be made, Benjamin is shot by a madman who brought a gun to the court. Damn, what a lousy ending.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2-Benjamin may dive straight into the uncanny valley for some, but in the end, he's still just a baby. A scared, somewhat ugly-cute baby that our modern world simply wasn't ready for. It's a shame things turned out the way they did. Who knows what he could have looked like after more than a few years?
Trivia: -This film was produced and written by Walter Koenig and directed by Robert Dyke. Before then, their last collaboration was "Moontrap".
-At the time, this film contained the greatest amount of "Star Trek" actors in one film that isn't "Star Trek". No mistake either, as Koenig was a writer for the franchise.