Charles Brady and his mother, Mary, are the last of a dying breed whose needs are not of this world. They are Sleepwalkers - able to stay alive only by feeding on the life-force of the innocent, but destined to roam the earth, avoiding discovery while searching for their next victim. That search takes them to the sleepy little town of Travis, Indiana, where beautiful teenager Tanya Robertson is about to become an unwilling pawn in their nightmarish fight for survival.
Has a little bit of a _Near Dark_ vibe, except that _Near Dark_ was good. And didn't contain werecats. Stephen King movies are generally pretty hit or miss. This one's in the miss pile, but even it is not unwatchable. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._