Films: Metamorphosis-The Alien Factor (1990)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an small car.
Summary: We've seen what happens when we experiment on aliens. But what would happen if a human were to have the genetic code of such life forms injected into them? The answer is not superheroes and villains. It is something much, much uglier...
History: The Talos Corporation has recently gotten its hands on alien DNA, and has been experimenting with it since. All it has given rise to is an menagerie of horrific abominations that the place barely has any control over. One of them manages to bite Dr. Michael Foster, one of the bio-researchers there. Slowly but surely, Foster begins to transform. He cocoons. He painfully turns into a vicious monster bent on eating anything it can.
Notable Kills: Nothing special
Final Fate: After being blasted with a special ray, Foster only regresses back into human form for a bit before growing exponentially. He's then promptly destroyed when the ray falls onto his head, overloads, and fries his brain. However, the mutant that bit him grew in all that time, and has now broken out of the building...
Powers/Abilities: Foster can fire weird ball-like things that latch onto people, as well as hooks from holes in his body.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-Foster might be one of the most grotesque things to ever come out of a lab accident. His movements are unnatural, his entire body looks like malformed flesh, and dear God, those TEETH! Oh, and despite his slow gait, he just has to pull you into that maw of his...
Trivia: -This film was originally meant as a sequel to "The Deadly Spawn". It was even known as "The Spawning".
-Production began in 1987, but constant lawsuits and all the work done on the stop-motion effects delayed it a bunch of times.