Films: Spores (2011)
Location: Eldritch location/Haunted home/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of housecats to three times that of average humans.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: Alien stowaways are never an okay thing. Unless they have good reason for hijacking normal occurrences, they have to go. Because most of the time, nomadic space invaders are the kind that specialize in the art of divide and conquer.
History: They came from a meteorite that crashed near an abandoned factory in Siberia. From it came living spores that began to multiply and grow, until they were already becoming complex life forms with one goal in mind. That being spread, kill, and take over. But so far, it seems that they've only gotten as far as the turf around where they all landed.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After only one survivor escapes the monster-infested factory, she finds that the nearby city has been overrun with the monsters, some of which can even fly now. The war for Earth has officially begun...
Powers/Abilities: Depending on how the spores react to the environment, they can take on a variety of forms, such as cat-like beasts or scorpion-esque reptiles.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-It's a damn shame that these monsters with their varied appearances and frightening designs look the way they do. As in, the CGI is downright atrocious. Not once does it look like the beasts are interacting with anything around them, and the stock roars only highlight the shoestring budget they were made with. Come to think of it, some of them look like premade assets Frankensteined together. It certainly wouldn't surprise us.
Trivia: -Spores are typically an asexual means of reproduction that involves spreading genes across the place, usually when the current environment becomes unsuitable at the moment. Plants like ferns and fungi do it all the time.
-This film as of now is the only effort from Maksim Dyachuk, who worked on just about every aspect of it.