Films: Shock Attack (2015)
Height/Weight: That of an average tiger shark.
Summary: Eels. The serpents-except-not-quite of the water. It seems that the only ones that cinema cares about are the ones that can send more than a few volts at you. And surprise, we have another cheap attempt at realizing the true shock.
History: The result of a bizarre experiment to try and make a source of natural electricity, this large eel was made by a scientist with all the best intentions. As one might guess, it all went wrong, and the eel is now menacing a lake and everyone who comes in.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: One person douses the place full of gasoline so that when the eel attacks his boat, he, the person, and the boat all blow up. It works, but now, there's a bunch of electric eel offspring living in the water...
Powers/Abilities: Can generate ridiculous amounts of electricity.
Weakness: Heavy artillery.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-Electric eels, even normal ones, are nothing to scoff at. However, this cheap-looking CGI effect isn't quite up to snuff. You can tell the budget was of shoestring nature, and that sucks.
Trivia: -This film was directed by Jaclyn Chessen, who is more of an editor than she is a director, as seen by her career.
-Eels are insanely aggressive usually, especially the formidable moray. They have a bite force unmatched by most other fish, and will always go on the defensive if disturbed. That's not to say they're out for your flesh, however, as they mostly feed on regular fish and invertebrates.