Films: Black Cadillac (2003)
Alias: Sheriff Charlie
Height/Weight: That of an average cadillac.
Summary: The world of homicidal sports cars is small yet nonetheless scary. These hot rods were meant for two things: flash and speed. Now imagine that coming at you and don't think of Christine this time. Think something just as old but not quite as strong, yet can still turn you into roadkill.
History: Sheriff Charlie is more than a little crazy, but he manages to keep a straight face doing his job in the outskirts of Minnesota. Then some rowdy teens have some sexual adventures with his wife. It's all downhill from there, as both he and her use their 1957 Black Cadillac Limousine to track the teens down and hopefully turn them into stains on the pavement.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Just as it seems that Charlie is going to run the lead teen over, his wife gets in the way, not wanting to see any more death. Charlie swerves right off a cliff, and the fall into the frozen lake totals the Cadillac while killing him.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-A car is only as deadly as its driver, and while Randy Quaid can't really convince us that he's that scary, his Cadillac is a thing of dark beauty. Tenacious and hard to destroy, this motor beast took a lot of damage and terrorized people quite well before being reduced to scrap.
Trivia: -This film was actually based off an unsettling event from the teenage years of the director, John Murlowski. He and his friends were driving down the backwoods roads back in the 80s, and a car wouldn't stop pursuing them for hours.
-At some points, the Cadillac limo was replaced with a Cadillac Sudan, including during its demise.