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(CHUD) (Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dweller)
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Context C.H.U.D. is a minor, 1984 horror movie. Its diner scene has an early appearance by John Goodman. C.H.U.D. is an example of the nuclear-waste-origin monster that was prevalent in the 1980’s. As such, it provides us with a good example of killer zombie-ish creatures. I...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities Facehuggers are quick, agile, and can leap short distances. They are immensely strong for their size — it can take 2 or 3 able-bodied adult humans to outmuscle a grappling facehugger. Once a...

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Context Trollhunter (Trolljegeren) is a 2010 Norwegian movie. In it, a small group of students discovers a secret government service that keeps dangerous, monstrous trolls under control deep into the Norwegian wilderness. Our profile describes the four kinds of trolls seen in the movie. ...

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“They shot popcorn at us !” Context Killer Klowns from Outer Space is a weird 1988 horror/comedy movie. It involves absurd space aliens looking like sinister clowns, who operate creepy fake roving circuses to capture and eat Earth people. The movie is very well-regarded in...

(Atomic horror 1950s giant ants)
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Context This classic is one of the first nuclear monster films and one of the first “Big Bug” films. Another notable example of this sub-sub-genre is Tarantula (1955). In 1954, Them! was Warner Brothers’ highest grossing film. Them! is part of a genre sometimes called...

(Blade movies)
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Overview Vampires in the Blade movie series are the result of a viral infection rather than a supernatural curse. Upon infection (inflicted via the bite of a vampire), the human victim changes into a vampire over the course of the next 72 hours. The infected subject will grow parasitic new...

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This profile was written many years before the continuity reboot, so it corresponds to the older Expanded Universe version of the setting. The exact sources it uses are listed in the profile’s footer, if you need to be sure. Powers and Abilities Sand People are skilled in desert...

(1951 movie version)
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Context This was a RKO movie, back in 1951. It is a loose adaptation from the horror/sci-fi novella Who goes there?. If you want you can read the creature profile for Who goes there? first. This isn’t the highest-profile movie adaptation of the tale. John Carpenter’s The...

(Spielberg/Dante movie)
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Background Marital Status: Mating habits unestablished, though one was engaged by the end of the second movie. Known Relatives: Each other (clones, effectively). Group Affiliation: None. Base Of Operations: Mobile. Height: 2’3” Weight: 25 lbs. Eyes: Red Skin: Green and orange...

(Aliens vs. Predator video game)
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Other fiction in the Alien setting features combat synths, but this article is specific to this game. Background Group Affiliation: United Systems Colonial Marine Corps. Base Of Operations: Various remote installations. Height: 6’2” Weight: 250 lbs. Eyes: Blue Hair: None Advertisement ...