Films: Alien Opponent (2010)
Location: Eldritch Location/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Some aliens really didn't ask to be here. But here they are, on Earth. Unfortunately for this putz, he landed in quite possibly the worst area to be populated by man. Redneck country.
History: After crash-landing on Earth, this tech-savvy alien killed a human in self-defense. Unfortunately, he's immediately targeted by all the crazed rednecks/money-seekers after the huge bounty placed on his head. Soon, he will have to pull out all the stops to survive this foul manhunt. Though judging by his arsenal, the odds are not entirely out of his favor...
Notable Kills: Beheads a kid just so he can speak through it in a desperate effort to communicate.
Final Fate: In the end, just about every human is dead by either the hands of the alien, his parasites, or each other. The alien manages to get his ship repaired in time to return to space, presumably so he never has to touch this planet again.
Powers/Abilities: The alien comes with impenetrable armor, egg sacs full of worm-like parasites, and traps that can send people flying. He can also communicate with his suit through the dead. He's also a masterful tinkerer, capable of making entire robotic sentries (or in some cases, robotic f*cking land-sharks) from spare parts.
Scariness Factor: 4-Make no mistake, this alien is a tough opponent (ha!). His armor is more durable than anything on Earth, he can overpower just about anyone, he can make anything out of whatever metal's lying around, and he'll make sure all his tricks and traps make you hurt. That said, none of this would have happened if he hadn't landed in an area with more shotguns than brains. It's clear from some of his actions that violence isn't his first answer.
Trivia: -Hilariously, the sledgehammer used against the alien broke on the first hit, and had to be replaced offscreen.
-Originally, the alien's ship crashed outside, but due to this film being done in one of the rainiest times of the year, they had to move it into a shed, with a digital hole above it.