Films: Attraction (2017), Invasion (2020)
Alias: Hakon, Khariton
Location: Eldritch Location/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human (twice as much in the suit).
Summary: We've already seen what happens when humans try to take advantage of the tech that alien refugees bring with them. And it never ends well for the wicked. Alas, Russia didn't listen, and we ended up with a messy close encounter involving water and robo-suits.
History: Hailing from a distant world, the ridiculously human alien Hekon catastrophically crashed into Moscow when his ship malfunctioned and got shot down by the paranoid Russian government. After being separated from his robotic exo-suit, he found himself in need of Shilk, special space-travelling technology that attracts water. In fact, water is constantly attracted to Hekon's tech. The people are distrustful of Hekon, none more so than the alien's new friend's ex-boyfriend (of course). Things get worse when Hekon's other suits go haywire, and one is obtained by said boyfriend.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After public outrage reaches a boiling point, the crazy human after Hekon assaults him and his ex-girlfriend while donning the suit. It is only after the girl rams him with a car is he subdued while the alien and her are healed by the ship. Deciding that their bond is genuine, the ship defines Earth as an alright planet before Hekon and the girl part ways...only for said girl to be revealed to have inherited special alien powers and get the attention of aliens, which is a whole other barrage of chaos we won't go into. At least Hekon joined in that fray.
Powers/Abilities: The alien exo-suits can operate without a user, and are extremely durable and fast for something their size. Water can repair almost all damage as well.
Weakness: Heavy artillery.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-Without that eerily badass suit, Hekon is just like any other person. And it sincerely makes us wish that filmmakers would just toss the "alien looks just like a human" trope in the bin forever. But in the wrong hands, that suit is deadly, moving around like a caffeine-addled gorilla and hitting with ten times the strength as one. There's a reason Hekon was in charge of those things in the first place.
Trivia: -This film contains a poignant reference to Yuri Gagarin, the first person to truly get into space.
-Hekon was played by Rinal Mukhametov, who seems to have a habit of being in fantastical Russian films, regardless of the budget.