Films: Sleepwalkers (1992)
Alias: Charles and Mary Brady
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: Cats are often the bad guys in any occult movie. It doesn't help that most of their kind has been associated with witches, especially the black variety. But what happens when felines are the bad guys...and the good guys?
History: Charles and Mary Brady are the new people in the neighborhood of a quiet place in Indiana. Charles is a total hunk and Mary is a respectable woman. But the truth is that these two are Sleepwalkers, vicious cat-like vampires who kill anyone in their way and suck the lifeforce from the young. The only signs anyone have of their presence are the weird illusions that keep popping up and the fact that neither like cats that much. In fact, they hate them due to those animals seeing through their trickery.
Notable Kills: DEATH BY CORNCOB BACKSTAB!!!
Final Fate: Charles comes close to sucking away the life from a young lady, only for said victim to gouge his eyes out and leave him to succumb to his cat-related injuries. As for Mary, a whole army of cats manhandles her until she bursts into flames.
Powers/Abilities: Sleepwalkers can take on human form, suck away your lifeforce, cast illusion spells, and are telepathic.
Weakness: Cats can see through their deception, and their attacks can bring the monsters to the brink of death.
Scariness Factor: 3-It's high time you let that crazy cat lady get the benefit of a doubt. Because if it weren't for the fact that cats are literally everywhere, these sneaky vamps would have a vice grip on us. Fear the one with the feline face...
Trivia: -This is the first film with Stephen King's name attached to it that was not based on any of his previous works.
-Mary was played by Alice Krige, who seems to have a history of playing as villainous roles, including Eva Galli from "Ghost Story" and the Borg Queen from the Star Trek franchise.