Films: The Entity (1982)
Location: Civilized area
Summary: What you can't see is often scarier than what you can see. That's one of the most coveted rules in the ways of the horror movie. This guy seems to have the right idea.
History: Carla Moran isn't having the best of times. An invisible being, presumably of demonic origin, is attacking and occasionally raping her at any opportunity, and it's driving her nuts. It's only a matter of time before action is taken.
Notable Kills: None.
Final Fate: After a trap for the Entity gets bungled a bit, Carla finally puts her foot down, and rejects the being's advances. It is stated that while the entity never left, not once did it rape her again, presumably out of respect.
Powers/Abilities: Omnipotence, possession of people/objects.
Weakness: None, though he can be frozen temporarily.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-Holy Hell, what a predicament for poor Carla! How would you like to have an invincible demon torment you and have its way with you all the time, destroying your sanity and your relationships with it? It's a miracle that this thing apparently has low self-esteem, otherwise it would practically be the most frightening demon we've encountered.
Trivia: -There was a scene where the entity makes Carla think about having sex with her son, but we and the director think that this thing has done enough in the final product.
-As stated above, the film's premise bears an uncanny resemblance to the horror film "It Follows", a film that came out decades later.