"A draining romance"

Films: The Hunger (1983)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Ever since Stephanie Meyer put pen to paper, vampire romance has been something most would avoid. But it's been a nasty subject for years, and here, it's intentionally flat out horrifying.

History: Miriam Blaylock was a vampire with several lovers. Unfortunately, those lovers are in coffins, and can never truly die due to being vampires themselves, though they still age. Not even David Bowie was safe from this here. Now, Miriam's newest lover/target is a woman, who isn't entirely keen on the whole blood-sucking thing.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: The woman stabs herself so she can force her tainted blood down Miriam's throat. As this happens, the previous lovers send her off the building as she ages rapidly. The last we see of Miriam is her stuck in one of her own coffins, screaming her former lover's name in futility.

Powers/Abilities: Can convert people into vampires.

Weakness: Drinking the wrong blood causes rapid ageing, but not dying.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-This is one cold vampire. Emotionally distant and manipulative, we wouldn't date her anytime soon. Only a heartless one would treat David Bowie like that!

Trivia: -This was the first film directed by Tony Scott, who would go on to direct films like "Top Gun".

-The film ended the way it did because the studio wanted it to look like sequels could be made with a vampiric Sarah. It never happened.

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Immortality sucks. No pun intended.
"Guys, can I go now? Also, stop pinning me down."
Symbolism? I guess?!