Saturday, January 31, 2009

Best Vampire Film?

I am looking for your input again. This time I want to know which vampire movie you think is the best. I am going to select a few good ones and I will pick MY favourite ones out. Let me know if I have left any good ones out and tell me what YOUR favourite one is. I have chosen more recent ones, that doesn't mean that I am disregarding the older ones, but I just need to cut the list down a bit.

Here is the list of some of the all-time best Vampire Movies(In no particular order)

1.Bram Stoker's Dracula(1992)

2.Interview with the Vampire(1994)

3.Van Helsing (2004)
4.Fright Night(1985) Fright Night 2(1989)

6.Underworld and sequels.
7.Night Flier(1997)

8.John Carpenters Vampires(1998)
10.Salems Lot(1979) and Return to Salems Lot(1987)
11.From Dusk Till Dawn(1996)
12.The Lost Boys(1987)

13. Near Dark(1987)
14.30 Days of Night(2007)

16. Let The Right One in(2008)

Bear in mind that there are only so many that I can put in my list so if you can think of something I have left out that you think is great, let me know. As for me, I am torn between a few movies. I am going to say that my three faves are: Near Dark, The Lost Boys and 30 Days of Night(A very underrated movie).


Johnny said...

My vote goes to Let The Right One In with Near Dark coming in second place.

Ghidorah said...

My vote is not on your list, but it is definitely the best vampire movie ever: Polansky's Dance of the Vampire

Jigsaw said...

I haven't seen Dance of the Vampire, but I will now!

The Igloo Keeper... said...

I'd go for:

1. The Horror of Dracula
2. Lost Boys
3. Dusk Til Dawn

Don't really care fot the original Lugosi Drac at all.

Texas Wanderer said...

I liked Interview with the Vampire, Bram Stokers, Salems Lot (scared the crap out of me when I was a kid!), Dusk to Dawn, and even the old originals from the black and white days.

Most recently I enjoyed Rise: Blood Hunter, with Lucy Liu. It was kind of cheesy but was one of the most gory, violent, and erotic films recently.

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