Films: Frogs (1972)
Alias: Cane toads, tegus, geckos, tarantulas, birds, rattlesnakes, water moccasins, alligators, snapping turtles
Height/Weight: That of the respective wildlife.
Summary: Make no mistake, you diss on nature, nature disses on you. That's how it's always been, and that's how it's going to be for the next eternity. Disagree? Then face the consequences.
History: On an island in Florida, Jason Crockett is probably the worst thing to happen to the state's environment. At his private mansion, he regularly boasts about humanity's superiority and sprays pesticides everywhere. Alas, it all came to a head around the 4th of July, in which just about every animal in the vicinity of his place, led by the toads (toads are frogs, we get it), decided to off him and any one of his associates.
Notable Kills: Don't put a bunch of lizards in your greenhouse. Chances are they'll knock over toxic gasses for you to inhale.
Final Fate: After many die, the survivors rightfully get out as soon as possible, leaving Jason in the dust. The man soon has his mansion invaded by hundreds of frogs, and dies of a heart attack.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-When you have nearly all of nature against you, it means you either deserve it and/or you're in for a world of hurt. It's especially distressing when you consider that Florida is home to some of the deadlier animals in North America.
Trivia: -The frogs in this film are cane toads. For those who don't know, practically everyone, especially Australians, hate these invasive, poisonous pests. The Aussies will not hesitate to run them over or sic birds on them at any opportunity.
-Had this film been a bit more accurate, the Floridan wildlife would have included mountain lions, black bears, and way more invasive pythons.