Films: Zombie Croc (2015)
Height/Weight: That of an average crocodile.
Summary: Zombie crocs! Just do everything now! Zombie monkeys! Zombie snails! Zombie goddamn goldfish, F*CK IT! Aw well, at least the reasoning for this creature's rise was a little different...but also worryingly racist.
History: Somewhere in the bayous of southern America, a voodoo priest dressed up like Baron Samedi has been evicted. Seeking vengeance, he enacts a dark ritual to summon an undead crocodile to kill all he despises. Sure enough, the croc is killing people left and right, and no one can stop it.
Notable Kills: Kills and infects a clown.
Final Fate: After all the mayhem, the zombie croc is finally put down when someone gets the bright idea to shoot the giant beating heart used for its conception. Although it may seem like it's over, there is still an egg out in the open, and it just hatched...
Powers/Abilities: Complete immortality, zombification through biting.
Weakness: Destroying the heart.
Scariness Factor: 3-A zombified crocodile with rows of sharp teeth should be terrifying, and admittingly the prop used for it is hideous to behold. But that cannot distract from how the prop is very clearly smaller than everyone, and how shoddy it looks in many shots. You had one job, people! Make a bigger prop next time!
Trivia: -This film was directed by Robert Elkins, who really LOVES making cheap zombie flicks. We get that he was trying to mix things up a bit here, but honestly, it didn't pay off all that much.
-Seeing how voodoo has its place in southern America, it's a bit surprising that an alligator wasn't used in this film. But then of course, alligators aren't nearly as popular as crocs, at least as far as we've heard.