What are your top five vampire films?

Danny Creasy

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Mine are:

5. Interview With a Vampire
4. The old Salem's Lot
3. The new Salem's Lot
2. Let Me In
1. 30 Days of Night

I can watch any of them, every so often, and always get a kick.
 

SilentRoamer

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Forgot about Blade and Disk Till Dawn, literally a gory sex fest vampire romp with Salma Hayek. What's not to like!

Should add that to my top 5 list, ok so I have:

The Lost Boys
Blade
Dusk Till Dawn
Interview with a Vampire

Just missing that last sweet spot.
 

HanaBi

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Not my favourite genre either, and am very much old school too (with the exception of one):-

Nosferatu (1923)
Blade (1998)
Dracula (1958)
Nosferatu: the Vampyre (1979)
Dracula (1932)
 

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Great ones mentioned already, so I'll name a few of my favorites, that aren't listed. (too many for top 5 - no order)


Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1972)

Grave of the Vampire (1972)

Taste the Blood of Dracula
(1970)

Love at First Bite (1979)

Track of the Vampire (a.k.a. Blood Bath - 1966)
 

Randy M.

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Since we're talking favorites, in order by release date,

Nosferatu (1922)
Dracula's Daughter
(1936)
Horror of Dracula (1958)
Fright Night (1985)
Shadow of the Vampire
(2000)


Honorable mention to The Night Stalker (1972).

There are others I've liked, but these are the ones I have enjoyed watching more than once.


Randy M.
 

Danny Creasy

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I forgot about Night Stalker. I had not seen that TV movie in years and ordered it off Amazon in DVD last year. It was very different. Unfortunately, the other episodes paled in comparison to the pilot.
 

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Nosferatu
Interview With the Vampire
Let Me In
From Dusk to Dawn
The Lost Boys
 

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1)Dracula (1932 but with the Philip Glass score)
2&3)Nosferatu (both F.W. Murnau's and Werner Herzog's remake)
4) Guilermo del Toro's Cronos (because, ultimately, it is a vampire movie...just a bit different)
5) Shadow Of The Vampire
 
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