Films: Bordello of Blood (1996)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: The Titty Twister bar apparently didn't account for every sexually dangerous vampire out there. Nope. Leave it to the mother of all Succubi to pick up the pace when that went kaput.
History: Lilith was once released from an ancient tomb, her heart having been pieced back together. Bad move, because she was the queen of all vampires, and she was hungry. Now, she runs a bordello under a funeral home, luring men and women alike to either have their hearts feasted on or become a part of the vampire clan.
Notable Kills: Forces her tongue down a man's mouth so that she may get to the heart within.
Final Fate: A laser is used to cut Lilith's heart into quarters, but she remains because the pieces are still within. Only after she transforms into a hideous hag and gets a candlestick through the chest does she perish. That said, there's at least one vampire still out there.
Powers/Abilities: Can go into sunlight with sunblock, and convert others into vampires.
Weakness: Holy water hurts her minions more than her, though she will die if her heart is removed and put into pieces.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Although she mostly acts like a typical vampire matriarch, Lilith is no less dangerous for it. Combined with her incredibly violent way of getting prey and unsettling true form, there's a reason the Crypt Keeper picked her as the ideal antagonist.
Trivia: -In the earliest iteration of her, mostly in the Babylonian Talmond, Lilith is one of the first Succubi, and was feared for how she kidnapped babies and solicitated evil sexual acts. She was also often cast as Adam's first wife.
-A key in this film looks disturbingly like the one seen and pursued in "Demon Knight". However, judging by its destruction, it's safe to assume that the demons have now permanently lost the fight. All because of creatures ostensibly on their side.