"Xenos on Earth"

Films: Deep Space (1988)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: Twice that of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: It doesn't get any more Xeno-knock-off-ey than just going all the way and copying the design, right down to the head shape. But hey, we gave it more exaggerated parts, so we're all cool, right?

History: A while ago, a space station crashed near Los Angeles. But it was carrying some rather dangerous cargo. An egg containing a biological super-weapon was in it. After being brought into human arms, the egg hatches, and as it grows (not before the obligatory chest-bursting), it amasses quite a body count.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: The grown creature is finally confronted in a warehouse, where it gets its head lopped off by a chainsaw.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-This thing looks like what would happen if the Xenomorph Queen was designed by someone with half the budget and double the crystal meth. Big teeth, a mouth on its belly, and whole bunch of other limbs on it make it out to be a rather unsettling sight.

Trivia: -It’s "Alien" on Earth, alright. For God's sake, the theme of "Aliens" plays near the end of the trailer!

-This film is known in France as "L'invasion des cocoons", which translates to "The Cocoon Invasion".

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What's worse than what the poster shows? The horror that actually awaits...

And she is RIPPED!

It's a me! Zibulewsky!

Silly monstrosity! That's not a microphone!
When baby hugs go wrong.