Films: Creatures from the Abyss (1994)
Alias: Various, notably the mutant Argyropelecus, Fish-Bobby
Location: Haunted home/Ocean
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of average small fish to that of an average human.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: We've all been there before. A bunch of people investigate a derelict ship, no matter the location, only to find that there's a good reason it was abandoned. In this case, some people took their love of ichthyology way too far.
History: Somewhere in the Atlantic, there is a small yacht where just about no humans dwell. It was once a secret lab meant to test irradiated plankton on fish. But that turned out to be a preposterously bad idea. Now, a bunch of visiting teens are about to find out that some combinations in nature can be controlling, changing, but mostly damn freaky...
Notable Kills: Bobby becomes the uber-mutant as he is screwing a girl he kills.
Final Fate: Bobby is on the rampage as a horrific stone fish/octopus hybrid before the ship gets blown up with him in it. However, some eggs and a few fish survived the ordeal...
Powers/Abilities: These fish can fly, infect/mutate people, and even control their minds.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-We'll give them this. These fish are rather unpleasant to look at, and often lapse into the kind of horrors you'd expect a very creative taxidermist to contain. But that's just the thing. A lot of these fishy nightmares are a little too stiff to be convincing. The terrifying Fish-Bobby is also portrayed by rather half-hearted stop-motion.
Trivia: -This film was also known as "Plankton", "Object X", "Sea Devils", and oddly, "Piranha 4".
-That condom scene? It took about 40 takes to get right.