Vampire movies have long been a staple in Hollywood history. But, that doesn't mean they're all good!
Many of them bite, and we mean that in the best of ways!
We present 17 of the best vampire movies of all time. Will some of your favorites make our list?
Click through and check out our 17 best vampire movies, and yes, they all suck.
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Bram Stoker's Dracula is probably one of the last great films that Francis Ford Coppola ever made. And Gary Oldman as Dracula? Bloody brilliant.
Nosferatu is a 1922 classic that truly introduced the world to the horrors of vampires. To this day, it stands up as one of the creepiest films ever made.
Not that we didn't like the remake with Colin Farrell, but there is something supremely awesome about the 1985 film that chronicles what happens when a teeange boy realizes he's living next door to a vampire. Remember: Don't invite him in. D'oh! Mom already did!
Interview with the Vampire
The Anne Rice classic book comes to the big screen in a film that is still causing debate. Some think that Tom Cruise was not perfect for Lestat. Others love him. Either way, for us, this is one fantastic flick that still stands up today.
1931's Dracula showed off the mad acting skills of Bela Lugosi. Watching it, it's easy to see that Lugosi's Dracula is right near the top of the list as one of the more powerful performances ever turned in as the famous fanged film spook.
Underworld struck such a chord that they've been making Underworld movies since it premiered in 2003. And what an original story idea! Also, Kate Beckinsale kills it as a werewolf killer!
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