List of The Asylum Monsters
The list containing many of the prehistoric animals, genetic mutations, invading aliens, robots, supernatural entities and other monsters created in various films from The Asylum in various years.
- 1 Bloody Bill
- 2 Martians
- 3 Jolly Roger
- 4 Venezuela Plateau creatures
- 5 Aneh-Tet
- 6 Velku
- 7 Alma
- 8 Necromancer Fire Dragon
- 9 The Hillside Cannibals
- 10 Chris Vale
- 11 Sarcosuchus
- 12 Primates
- 13 Nemo Mechanical Squids
- 14 Viral Mutants
- 15 Spideroid Aliens
- 16 Venator
- 17 Mizuchi
- 18 Mezozoic Creatures
- 19 Creatures from Journey to the Center of the Earth
- 20 Giganotosaurus
- 21 Homoeversor
- 22 Mike Watson
- 23 Kirill Flaming Dragon
- 24 Maxim Light Dragon
- 25 Megalodont
- 26 Tusotutheis
- 27 Capronaians
- 28 Maron
- 29 Nephilian
- 30 Spring-Heeled Jack's Monsters
- 31 Megapiranha
- 32 Cursed Island Monsters
- 33 Crocosaurus
- 34 Moby Dick
- 35 Titanoboa
- 36 Purussaurus
- 37 Anthropolien
- 38 Muspelheim Inhabitants
- 39 VM2 Zombies
- 40 Two-Headed Great White
- 41 Robo Hitler
- 42 Floater Bug Aliens
- 43 Bigfoot
- 44 See also
- 45 References
- 46 External links
Bloody Bill appeared in the 2004 movie Death Valley: The Revenge of Bloody Bill and is based on real life Confederate soldier William T. Anderson. Before the events of the movie, he was a notorious for slaying members of the Union and those of African descent. After his sister was killed by vigilantes, he made a pact with Satan that caused the village of Sunset Valley to stand still in a limbo where time stood still and became extremely hard to kill. Up until the end of the movie he accumulated one hundred five zombie-like minions that are possessed humans that died by Bloody Bill and his minions, each one having a resistance to pain that allows them to survive otherwise painful injuries like getting shot in the heart and can infect the living by biting them. Bloody Bill himself is strong enough to crush human skulls with his bare hands, is tough enough to withstand grenades at close range, and is equipped with his Confederate saber, the only weapon effective against him. Although not confirmed his saber is most likely an 1858 Light Cavalry Saber.
The Martians appear in the 2005 movie H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds (a.k.a. Invasion), an adaptation of the novel by H. G. Wells, and its 2008 sequel War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave. Escaping their inevitable extinction on Mars, they attempt to exterminate the Americans with use of their "Squid Walkers", walking machines armed with a menacing heat gun and carbon dioxide. When the Navy failed to stop their first invasion, the aliens died of brain tumors from being too active. They attempt to invade again two months later with their tripod cyborg machines, only to be defeated by the Navy. They used a portal to take them to their home planet where their airship was destroyed.
They are based on the Martians from the novel of the same title by H. G Wells, but instead of resembling octopuses, they resemble amblygipyds without chelicerae. In War of the Worlds their fighting machines have two visible legs and one vestigal leg, but in the sequel their third leg was elongated, making them look similar to the Tripods of the novel and other film versions.
Jolly Roger (originally known as Roger Laforge) is an undead pirate who appeared in the 2005 film Jolly Roger: Massacre at Cutter's Cove portrayed by Rhett Giles. Jolly was killed in 1719 when his disgusted crew rebelled after he murdered the priests and nuns aboard a ship during a raid. Jolly's head was then severed, stuck in a chest, and dumped in the sea. The mutinous crew subsequently used their former captain's treasure to give up their pirate ways and found the town of Cutter's Cove, which the chest containing Jolly's head washed up on the shore of after a hurricane in the modern day. His vengeful spirit released when the chest was opened, Jolly set about murdering the seventeen descendants of his crew, having made a deal with the Devil that will allow him to reclaim his stolen treasure once he acquires the heads of all the descendants.
A demonic being, Jolly Roger can teleport, produce flames from his fingers, possesses superhuman strength, and can sense who his targets are and their exact location. While he usually beheads his victims with a cutlass, Jolly also wields both a blunderbuss and spiked chains as weapons.
Venezuela Plateau creatures
A list of creatures from a Lost World deep in the Venezuela Plateau appearing in the 2005 movie "King of the Lost World"
The Gigantopithecus is a giant ape that apppeared in the 2005 movie King of the Lost World (a loose adaptation of The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). It is estimated to be 9.8 feet high and has an interest in attacking intruders as it threw a flight attendant in the beginning of the movie. It eventually got intimidated when a plane chases it with a torch.
The creature is clearly inspired by the King Kong character, since no such giant ape appears in Conan Doyle's The Lost World.
The Sinorithosaurs appear in the 2005 movie King of the Lost World. These arboreal killers live high up in trees and ambush prey by gliding above their heads. Then they cut their windpipes with a poisonous bite.
The Macrauchenia is a mammal favored by many of the carnivores in the Lost World.
The Kentrosaurus is an armored dinosaur of the lost world.
The Iguanodont is a herbivorous dinosaur from the lost world.
The Pycnonemosaurus appeared in the 2005 movie King of the Lost World. Despite looking very similar to ordinary theropods, these carnivores are able to blend their black-and- white coloration as trees, and they have a taste for mammalian flesh. The creature is an ambush predator and is strong enough to kill a large animal.
The Bicentenarias appeared in the 2005 movie King of the Lost World. Very similar to deinonnycosaurs, they live near swamps and attack for no apparent reason. These creatures also seem to be afraid of sudden, bright flashes made by a lantern due to their low light vision.
The Pterodaustros appear in the 2005 movie King of the Lost World. They are carnivorous, winged pelican-like creatures with long, baleen jaws and serve as the Gigantopithecus' rivals for food. these pterosaurs spit gastrolinths as an attack method and are easily intimidated by the giant hominid. They appear to be slightly larger than a golden eagle.
Aneh-Tet appeared in the 2005 movie Legion of the Dead. An ancient pharaoh that once ruled Giza with an iron fist, she uses her minions of mummified cats to assist her wherever she goes. She is portrayed by Claudia Lynx while her mummies are played by Eddie Beasley, Elissa McKee, and Feldo Nartapura with Mark Heller portrays their field commander, General Alose.
Velku appeared in the 2005 movie Shape Shifter. Hailing from Romania, this satanic werewolf-like entity serves as a crime lord's body guard and the plot of the movie involves Velku trying to save him from prison while killing everyone else. Most of Velku's body is invulnerable, but can be killed if stabbed in the heart. His human form is portrayed by Vaz Andreas while the costume actors were Thomas Downet and Joel Hebner.
Alma appeared in the 2006 movie Snakes on a Train. She was a Spanish woman given an Aztec curse that caused her to spit several corn snakes until she spat venom. After doing so, her head and neck will become that of a King Cobra. Her human form is portrayed by Julia Ruiz.
Necromancer Fire Dragon
The Necromancer Fire Dragon appears in the 2006 movie Dragon. It is a wyvern created by the necromancer Freyja that grew out of control and became a predatory forest monster. It is estimated to be 10 feet tall, 35 feet long, a 30-foot wingspan, and for powers it can fly, exhale flames, and has a bladed tail that is ideal for countering swords. It is eventually killed when a pair of arrows strikes it as it is about to unleash its flames.
The Hillside Cannibals
The Hillside Cannibals appear in the 2006 film Hillside Cannibals. Apparently descendants of Sawney Bean (whose name is the title given to the current chief of the tribe), the cannibals live in the caves of an unnamed desert and survive by eating and scavenging off of travelers where the Hillside Cannibals are aided by the local sheriff (who is also a cannibal). Over the course of the film, several of the cannibals (including the current Sawney Bean and his immediate predecessor) are killed by their latest prey and a man hunting them (convinced they killed or assimilated his daughters). Some of the Hillside Cannibals managed to survive and kill all their assailants with the sole survivor being recaptured and returned to them by the sheriff when she manages to escape.
The cannibals (whose weapons include axes, knives, hatchets, shears and machetes) have their own language (though they seem to understand English) and, presumably due to inbreeding, most of them are deformed. Their members include Callum, Magnus, Rhian, Tog, Towart, Tearlach, Balloch, the unnamed first chief, and Sheriff Lachland.
Christopher "Chris" Vale appears in the 2006 film Halloween Night where his monstrous adult form is played by Scot Nery and his child form is played by Sam Stone. On Halloween in 1982, Chris witnessed two masked men rape and murder his mother, having been hired to do so by his father, who hid his wife's body behind a wall and committed suicide afterward. Institutionalized after this tragedy, Chris, left nearly mute and resembling a charred zombie due to burns inflicted by a steam pipe ruptured during the attack on his mother, escapes exactly ten years after his parents' deaths via murdering two sadistic orderlies playing a Halloween prank and taking one's uniform and Halloween mask.
Acquiring a medieval executioner costume and weapon accessories, specifically an axe, sword and a dagger, by killing a man named Todd and his girlfriend at a gas station, Chris makes his way to his childhood home where a Halloween party is being held after stealing their car. Upon arriving at his former home, Chris murders a number of party guests before uncovering his mother's skeleton and escaping, putting the executioner costume on the party's host, who is mistakenly shot to death by his girlfriend. The next day, Chris is seen walking down a stretch highway, where an oblivious motorist picks him up.
Sarcosuchus appeared in the 2007 movie Supercroc. Roughly 38 feet long, the giant father Sarcosuchus is the last of his kind and guarded an orphaned nest in Brazil. He had large jaws capable of snapping bone and even survived a bomb. He was killed when a pocket knife was stabbed on his throat.
The Primates appeared in the 2007 movie Transmorphers and its prequel Transmorphers: Fall of Man. The Primates are robots that originate from an extesterrestrial planet and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Most Primates are roughly Tamarin-sized while one was 9.8 feet tall.
In the prequel, they produced an oxygen-rich wave that caused Earth's machinery to be turned into hominid-sized rogue agents. The most notable was a crane that used its jib guy line and as a snakewhip, equipped with a cannon on the winding drum and a long spear . This particular Primate agent is affectionately referred to by fans as "The Crane". The robots are known more commonly in the films as "The Machines".
Nemo Mechanical Squids
The Nemo Mechanical Squids are pair of robotic squids in the 2007 movie 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea. They are estimated to be around 75 feet long, can move extremely fast, are armed with clamps at the ends of their tentacles, and were designed by Captain Nemo to defend the Nautilus. One of them was destroyed by a sea wolf-type submarine while the other was repelled by the Aquanaut 3 emitting an interference signal.
The Viral Mutants appeared in the 2007 movie I Am Omega. These creatures are mutants created by a flesh-eating virus that evolved to give its host infectious properties and turned them into zombie-like hunters. The virus slowly eats away at their flesh, exposing their spines and other bones structures. They have a hive mind and their teeth, claws and blood are highly infectious. The film is based on the novel I Am Legend by Richard Matheson.
The Spideroid Aliens appeared in the 2007 movie AVH: Alien vs. Hunter. Two of these half-humanoid half-spider hybrid creatures arrived via meteorite. The Hunter tracked them down and slayed one, while the other escaped and began killing humans for food. It was killed when humans used the Hunter technology against it.
The Spideroid Aliens are noted for their deliberate resemblance to the Xenomorphs from the Alien franchise, though they are green rather than black. They can travel at great speeds on their spider legs. The creature was criticized for the poor CGI animation.
The Venator appeared in the 2007 movie AVH: Alien vs. Hunter. This masked human is obsessed with hunting lower species, including human like Xenons and the bull Xenon. Despite being promoted to looking like a Predator from the Predator franchise, the armor appears far similar to the titular monster from Zeiram. Venator is portrayed by Rob Filson.
Mizuchi appeared in the 2008 movie Monster. Very little is known about this creature other than its name meaning "Dead Water". Only three tentacles are ever seen. It moves fast enough underground to cause earthquakes.
A list of prehistoric creatures from the Mezozoic Era appearing in the 2008 movie "100 Million BC".
Big Red appeared in the 2008 movie 100 Million BC. A 40-foot-long and 13-foot-tall Acrocanthosaurus from 112 million BC, Big Red was accidentally brought into the present day, going on a rampage through Oklahoma. He was eventually teleported back to his own time where he tripped on a log, creating a fatal foot injury. Stock footage of Big Red is used in "Journey to the Center of the Earth." The creature is likely a Acrocanthosaurus due to the presence of pterosaurs and Deinonnycosaurs.
The Deinonnycosaur appeared in the 2008 movie 100 Million BC. These killers lived at 112 Million BC and were strong enough to deliver fatal attacks. They were also highly coordinated.
The Irritator appeared in the 2008 movie 100 Million BC. It is a crocodile-like dinosaur that thrived in the Gondwanian swamps and moved very little.
The Tropical Storm appeared in the 2008 movie 100 Million BC. They come at the end of the wet season. They are capable of bringing heavy rains and floods that can drown animals to death.
The Astrodont appeared in the 2008 movie 100 Million BC. These 3-story-tall dinosaurs behave like rhinos and are the first prehistoric creature the Navy Seals encounter. It could be an Astrodon because it was shown living 112 million years ago.
The Ornithocherius appeared in the 2008 movie 100 Million BC. These giant flying reptiles circle the skies and scavenge on carrion.
Creatures from Journey to the Center of the Earth
The Giganotosaurus is one of the largest land predators ever to exist on Earth. they seem to hunt alone. A Giganotosaurus ambushes one of the soldiers in the beginning of the film.
Giant Trapdoor Spider
This Trapdoor Spider lives in a chamber which it makes in the desert . Like Trapdoor spiders, they feed parts of their kill to the spiderlings in the form of saliva. The spider uses the trip lines of its trapdoor to sense for any small-to-medium sized creatures that disturb them, and pounces on its victim.
Like their namesakes of the same name, these flying reptiles are no threat to the soldiers and probably catch inscects in their beaks. Stock footage from 100 Million BC was used for the Nyctosaur.
The Buitreraptor can move with surprising speed and seem to hunt in packs. A pair of these small killers tries to steal the team of soldiers' food but are killed and cooked by them to be eaten.
Giant Trap-Jaw Ant
The Giant Trap Jaw Ants are unusual creatures that live in the Ant-Mound. These medium-sized ant-like organisms can snap their jaws very quickly and live in colonies.
The Sandstorm is the desert equivalent of the Tropical Storm. When active, it can create avalanches of sand that can bury animals to death.
The Rebbachisaur resembles a Limaysaurus. It was spotted feeding on leaves by the one of the soldiers from her binoculars. Stock footage from "100 Million BC" was used for the creature.
The Abelisaur is an Ekrixinatosaurus. It was spotted feeding on an unknown carcass by one of the soldiers on her binoculars. It has a small row of spines on its back and also had an unusual black/orange color scheme. Stock footage from "100 Million BC" was used for the creature.
The Homoeversors are from the 2008 movie The Day the Earth Stopped. They are extraterrestrial robots, 66 in all, which land in certain areas in the world. In one shot one is standing on the shore of the Mediterranean near Greece, presumably making them roughly 9.8 feet tall. They do not start attacking, though. Instead, the benevolent, though hostile micro-aliens controlling the robots present humanity with an ultimatum: Prove the value of human life before a local volcanic eruption, or they will destroy the world. The robots spend most of the film patrolling the same spot, and a group of armed humans is only used to attack them once. They are armed with a device in the right hand which paralyzes the attacker once. They are also invulnerable to EMDS, as one which was hit by a bullet emerges seemingly untouched; this scene may be an homage to a similar scene in the 1953 film The War of the Worlds. They are armed with a poison ball in each palm, a pair of Catapults in the "neck", and a smoke bomb on the head.
Due to the film's similarities to The Day the Earth Stood Still and its 2008 remake, it is assumed the Homoeversors are loosely based on the character Gort, a robot which similarly provokes humanity's fear. Viewers will notice that the robots have a single, visor-like eye similar to Gort's. It is believed that the earth literally "stops" as prompted in the title, as scientists in the film believe that the Homoeversors are tilting the earth on its orbit. A mistake in the film's writing to notice is that volcanic activity cannot happen if the earth does not move, although one could assume that the Earth was still slowing down before stopping during this time.
Mike Watson appeared in the 2008 movie 100 Feet (not technically an Asylum film as it was distributed by the company). Before the events of the movie Mike Watson was a violent police officer for the NYPD before he was killed by his wife Marine in self-defense. During the events of the movie, he haunts his apartment as a ghost to ruin his wife's house-arrest sentence and tries to retrieve his stash of stolen money. Mike Watson has typical ghost powers such as invisibility, intangibility, and telekinesis as well as superhuman strength. At the end of the movie, Marine takes off her wedding ring and tells Mike to go away causing him to finally rest in peace. He was portrayed by Michael Paré.
Kirill Flaming Dragon
Powers include flight, encasing itself in flames that can set entire villages aflame by flying fast enough near them, mouth flames, and can telepathically communicate and mind rape using Kirill's messages to humans.
Maxim Light Dragon
The Maxim Light Dragon appeared in the 2009 movie Dragonquest. It is a dragon designed to counter Kirill Flaming Dragon from the six Stones of Virtue after they are placed in Maxim's medallion. Although it has no fire-based powers, it has more physical strength.
The Megalodont appeared in the 2009 movie Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus and its sequel Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus. Roughly 59 feet long, this ancient shark was attacking a Tusotutheis until they were grounded in an underwater Matrix by a storm. After being released from the matrix the shark rampages across the Yucatán. It attacks the Tusotutheis in the first film and the Mosasaur in the sequel.
In the second movie the Megalodont is revealed to be female. She has a difficult time using her senses in low light areas, due to the tumor in her brain. The Megalodont is criticized for its rapid stress changes throughout the films, as well as the films' outlandish plots.
The Tusotutheis appeared in the 2009 movie Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus. As it is 35 feet long, Tusotutheis has a similar history except it roamed the western half of the Gulf of Mexico, primarily attacking Mexico. It was killed by the Megalodont, presumably through the loss of flesh. It had notably less screen time than its co-star. The Tuotutheis is briefly mentioned in the sequel Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus.
The Tyrannosaurus is a ferocious predatory dinosaur that serves as the apex predator on the island. Only two are seen in the movie. The first was intimidated with a grenade while the other one was warded off with a smoke bomb.
The Diplocalus is an amphibhian that lives near the river shore.
The Tetratornis are huge eagles that roam the skies of small islands. They are solitary and appear to have an interest in warding off intruders, as one ambushed one of the survivors of the island.
Maron appeared in the 2009 movie Paranormal Entity. It is an invisible negative presence with its name literally translating to "nightmare" in Germanic. Maron haunted the Finley house for nearly three weeks using the guise of Emily Finley's dead husband to enter the real world due to attraction to her daughter, Sam. After killing a paranormal doctor and raping Sam, Maron hides all footage of his documentation in the house's attic and his acts are blamed on her brother, Thomas. Said documentation is found one year later and was released publicly.
The Nephilians appeared in the 2009 movie Princess of Mars (an adaptation of A Princess of Mars, the first in the John Carter book series by Edgar Rice Burroughs). They are two foot long spiders that prey on most life in the deserts of the fourth planet of the Alpha Centauri. There is another version living on the planet Mars. Scout variations have thick bristles and locust-like traits. They are heavily inspired by the hopper bugs from Starship Troopers. Infants are about an inch long and many also possess tiny bristles.
Spring-Heeled Jack's Monsters
Spring-Heeled Jack's Monsters appeared in the 2010 movie Sherlock Holmes, a film based on characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. These steampunk creatures were created by the film's antagonist Thorpe Holmes (Dominic Keating), Sherlock's estranged and vengeful brother, also known as Spring-Heeled Jack. The three monsters, a marine reptile, a dinosaur, and a pterosaur were built in Thorpe's attempt to destroy Plymouth and assassinate Queen Victoria. Detective Sherlock Holmes (Ben Syder) and his companion Dr. John Watson (Gareth David Lloyd) investigate the alleged monster sightings and spend much of the film tracking down the two legged terror as it steals certain mechanical devices used to build the Tapejara. The events of the film take place in 1880, indicating it may take place shortly before the first novel A Study in Scarlet. The creatures are described in more detail below, with the names they are called within the film.
"The Sea Monster"
The "Sea Monster" is a cephalopod that appears briefly at the beginning, taking down a Royal Navy treasury ship. It appears only once more towards the end of the film, as a caught specimen on display in Spring-Heeled Jack's fortress. Its attack on the ship mirrors the Kraken attacks in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.
"The two-legged Terror"
Also known as the "Monster of Whitechapel", the " Two Legged Terror" is a juratyrant that is first seen terrorizing Whitechapel and then spends most of the film stealing materials from factories around Whitechapel for further inventions. The creature is revealed to be artificial when Sherlock Holmes discovers that its scales are made from rubber. It is roughly the height of a horse and is noted for its crocodilian intelligence and speed. Its snout is more similar to that of a snake's than a usual theropod's.
The "Tapejara" appears in the climactic battle scene of the film. Thorpe Holmes/Spring-Heeled Jack created a huge mechanical pterosaur to set fire to Plymouth and frame Inspector Lestrade for committing his crimes. Unlike his other inventions, Jack pilots this monster on its back and its crest is metallic instead of featuring synthetic skin. The Tapejara is destroyed when Sherlock Holmes collides a rocket directly into its crest, causing it to lose its balance and crashes into plymouth Sound.
Anesidora Ivory and Spring Heeled Jack
Thorpe Holmes also created a mechanical female accomplice named Anesidora Ivory. She appears as an attractive middle-class Victorian human but has ice-cold skin and clockwork interiors, similar to the Clockwork Robots of the Doctor Who universe. She is programmed to pose as the niece of Thorpe's cover identity, and is given the job of destroying Buckingham Palace. Ivory is defeated by Watson, but is seen before the credits in 1940. A pheasant wandering outside Thorpe's hideout is later revealed to be robotic as well, as it malfunctions and deactivates briefly as Thorpe activates his dragon.
Thorpe himself can be considered one of the mechanical monsters, as he creates a bio-mechanical suit, vaguely resembling a Cyberman from Doctor Who, with 19th-century steampunk touches. This copper suit allows him to overcome his paralysation (caused by being shot in the spine seven years earlier) and with this alter-ego he was affectionately named by the film's producers as Spring-Heeled Jack (named after the mythical folklore creature of the same name). After Holmes solves the case and defeats Thorpe, it is unknown what happens to his creatures. They are likely to have been hidden by Scotland Yard in an attempt to cover up the conspiracy. The mask of Thorpe's suit can be seen in the final shot that features Holmes and Watson together.
The Megapiranha appeared in the 2010 movie Mega Piranha. Ruthless pack-hunting killing machines, these fish mature every 7 days. They are hypercarnivorous, to the point of attacking anything in their path. They are highly intelligent as their pack-hunting behavior is reminiscent to those of wolves. They often breach in the air to attack insects. Once they reach the size of Coyotes, they are inexplicably invulnerable to torpedoes, due to the size of their packs. They are defeated when they are tricked into splitting them.
Cursed Island Monsters
The Cursed Island Monsters' appeared in The 7 Adventures of Sinbad. These various mystical creatures originate from an island in another dimension with the portal lying at the top of the Bay of Bengal.
The Allodesmus are seductive pinnepeds that can paralyze their prey after looking into their eyes. that have serrated teeth, so that they can strip the prey's flesh.
The Macrodelphinus is a giant dolphin who's dark-colored back resembles a plank of wood. Sinbad and the others were stranded on the "Wooden Plank" and it reveals itself by breaching, causing Sinbad and the others to fall into the sea.
The Colossal Squid is an enormous deep sea monster that is estimated to be over 45 feet long. Although seen at the beginning of the movie attacking an oil rig, it is later discovered to be just a curious animal. It serves as the portal's guardian.
The Hatzegopterx is a large pterosaur encountered by Sinbad. It steals his briefcase filled with money after being irritated by the knife swung by him.
The Dsungaripterus resemble small versions of the ornithocherius. These animals bombard Sinbad and his crew to defend their colony, only for the crew to fight them off and flee into a cave.
The Yowie is a 12 foot tall hominid armed with powerful fists that lives in a cave. It encounters Sinbad's crew and tries to fight them off until it is knocked on the chest and breaks its spine.
The Giant Sandfish is a flippered pyrokinetic reptile Sinbad encounters in an underground tunnel. Before it can do any real harm to Sinbad, it is killed when Sinbad floods the tunnel enterance with a rapid flow of fire.
The Crocosaurus appeared in the 2010 movie Mega Shark Versus Crocosaurus. This giant monster is supposed to be roughly 59 feet long, despite appearing to be over 49 feet in some scenes. Originating near the Nilee River, she is capable of echolocation, viviparity, can swim at short speeds, and has scaly skin thick enough to withstand bites from Megalodon with no visible damage. Along with Megalodon, Crocosaurus and her offspring are killed by an El Nino while fighting off the coast of Hawaii.
According to game hunter Nigel Putman, her young are roughly 2–3 feet long when at birth, but 3 year old crocosaurs can be from 13 feet upwards, indicating that some can grow to full adulthood within years in order to keep the species alive.
Moby Dick appeared in the 2010 movie Moby Dick, a very loose adaptation of the novel by Herman Melville. Roughly 57 feet long and swimming up to 36 kilometers an hour, this gigantic, white, Leviathan Melvillei primarily lived in polar waters and existed as far back as 1869. According to the photographs and Michelle's estimates, Moby Dick is around 57 feet in length and can swim at amazing speeds. Moby Dick also possesses the ability to breach quickly for a short period of time and in the beginning of the movie he was able to use echolocation to stun objects. This is later proved useless against echolocation-proof submarines . Although hunted by the USS Pequod, it was eventually able to take out the entire crew, sustaining little damage in the process.
Titanoboas appear in the 2011 movie Mega Python vs. Gatoroid. These creatures actually resemble boa constrictors and grew to at least 38 feet in length, thanks to experimental pheromones. Eventually Titanoboas are seen to be over 49 feet long with their offspring already the size of juvenile green anacondas.
The Pristichapsus appeared in the 2011 movie Mega Python vs. Gatoroid. Unlike the Purussaurus that were the result of being fed steroid infected chickens, this crocodilian was around long before the beginning of the story. It is estimated to be over 9 feet long. Hunters planned to shoot it, but it was attacked and killed by a Titanoboa instead.
Purussaurus appeared in the 2011 movie Mega Python vs. Gatoroid. They are Yacare Caimans mutated by illegally being fed steroid-injected chickens so they can be used to hunt Titanoboas. Although usually around 36 feet long, they can grow to over 42 feet and their offspring are the size of baby Yacare Caimans.
It should be noted that their attack on Coloumbia used footage from the Yuccatan, Gulf of Mexico, and Hawaii attacks from Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus.
The Anthropoliens appear in the 2011 movie Battle of Los Angeles. They use a variety of technologies such as sonar, mini-torpedoes and micro-grenades to destroy small areas.
The MJ12 Sentries are a pair of cyborgs that loosely resemble humans. Powers include bulletproof skin that can withstand point blank machine gun fire, spears that are ideal for impalement, sonic screams, and a sword that can slice through obstacles and enemies alike.
The Longarm Squid is a 23 foot mollusk-like organism that guards the Anthropoliens in their hibernation chamber and is armed with a set of long tentacles. It is eventually destroyed when a grenade is tossed into its beak.
The Amphicyon are giant bear dogs commanded by Loki. Despite being agile and tough jawed, they are easily taken out by EMDs and have a rather good sense of smell. They are estimated to be three feet tall and eight feet long.
Also commanded by Loki, the Liopleurodon are large lizard-like creatures with a head like a crocodile and no legs, while having flippers to move around. Although stronger than the bear dogs, they too are taken out by EMDs. They are estimated to be 4 feet tall and twenty-one feet long.
The VM2 Zombies are various infected entities that appeared in the 2011 movie Zombie Apocalypse. The VM2 viral strain originated in Europe and managed to become a global pandemic within the course of the month of its creation. The virus can be transmitted by physical contact and will infect within the course of a minute; during this time the veins and arteries will convulse and the eyes will change before the brain is fully infected.
Standard VM2 Zombie
The Standard VM2 Zombies are primary infected entities designed to carry the plague, although are easily distracted by loud noises. Loners are referred to as Stragglers used to scout for potential food. These zombies can survive minor brain damage such as arrow impalement as long as there is enough blood flowing into it.
Julian's Dog is a stray dog that followed the survivors because Julian tried to feed it and it became infected with the VM2 strain. Its only know capability is the ability to jump far.
The Runners are the faster and more predatory versions of the standard VM2 zombie.
The VM2 Tigers are two infected tigers that hunt the survivors at the end of the movie. They were able to withstand multiple arrows being struck into it, being assaulted by a katana, and a sledge hammer to the face.
Two-Headed Great White
The Two-Headed Great White appeared in the 2012 movie 2-Headed Shark Attack. It is a large shark with bone-crushing jaws that lived to its estimated adult stage around 16 feet in length. This shark feeds on the likes of squid and sharks. It also possesses great strength as it used its tail to propel itself in a shallow inlet and survived an explosion that destroyed one of its heads. This shark is noted to not only have twice the swimming speed of a normal shark, but also can maneuver in waters as shallow as two feet deep and presumably has a surprisingly high metabolism as it devoured 22 humans within the course of several minutes.
The design for the shark was created by Cleve Hall and his family as seen in the Monster Man episode "Seeing Double." It was originally supposed to have the heads on top of each other, but Cleve Hall pushed to change the design.
Robo Hitler appeared in the 2012 movie Nazis at the Center of the Earth. After Adolf Hitler's head was recovered by Dr. Josef Mengele, it was preserved deep under Antarctica until the year 2005 where his brain was reactivated by stem cells and a 12-foot-tall robotic suit of armor. With this suit, Robo Hitler commanded the Nazi flying saucer to fire missiles armed with flesh eating bacteria until his saucer crashed by a suicide attempt by one of the doctors held hostage. Robo Hitler met his end when flesh-eating bacteria was inserted into his brain and upon falling into the Antarctic Ocean.
Robo Hitler is armed with a spear-like blade in each arm, a machine gun in the right arm, a fire extinguisher in his right index finger, and a torso laser designed to take down aircraft such as jets. This robotic suit could also easily jump around 30 feet in the air.
Floater Bug Aliens
The Floater Bug Aliens appear in the 2012 movie American Warships. They are cockroach-like aliens capable of hovering and are armed with a trigger-less flamethrower that launches radioactive fire balls. Using wreckage from sunken ships, they use a stealth ship with an LCD screen for camouflage armed with EMP missiles. The aliens thrive in radioactive environments and have a set of jaws on their abdomen that can chomp a human in half with little effort and have an exoskeleton strong enough to survive bazooka shells. They were eventually defeated by the crew of the USS Iowa.
Bigfoot appears in the 2012 movie Bigfoot. It is a 9.8 ft. Herbivorous ape that roamed the forests of Alberta. As it tried to hibernate one winter, a combination of construction equipment and a rock festival prevented it from going to sleep. This caused Bigfoot to attack in order to correct its biological imbalance of sense of time. Bigfoot is noted to have a short resistance to pain as it almost withstood having half his cheek scraped off and greatly flinched. It was killed by a cannonball while it was on top of a mountain.
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