Films: Bats (1999)
Location: Desert/Cave/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of average cave bats.
Summary: Bats aren't quite as recognized in cinema as their vampire counterparts. But someone's going to take that premise at some point. Now, we get to see when a small town is faced up against an entire swarm of biting flying vermin.
History: The result of a secret government experiment, these bats were made to be the ultimate predator, having had boosts in aggression and intelligence to attack America's enemies. Alas, it ended predictably, with the bats escaping and taking roost within caves not too far from the sleepy town of Gallup, Texas. A bloodbath is about to begin...
Notable Kills: Nothing special
Final Fate: Almost all of the bats are blown to kingdom come by both the locals and the military while they're still within their caves. However, one bat survives...long enough to be crushed by an SUV.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-The bats, as numerous as they may be, are hampered by mediocre CGI and some stiff bat props. However, some close-ups have some intimidating looks. The bats themselves look like miniature bulldogs with wings.
Trivia: -The most dangerous bats in the world are the Vampire Bats, mainly due to how they spread rabies. The blood sucking hardly matters.
-Out of all the fake bats, only two of them were actually real.