The 50 Best Vampire Movies Ever Made

The scariest, bloodiest, and sometimes funniest vampire movies of all time. How many have you seen?

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30 More Recommended Vampire Movies:

Ganja & Hess (dir. Bill Gunn, 1973)
Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter (dir. Brian Clemens, 1974)
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (dir. Charles Barton, 1948)
Vampire Hunter D (dir. Toyoo Ashida, 1985)
Salem’s Lot (dir. Tobe Hooper, 1979)
Irma Vep (dir. Olivier Assayas, 1996)
Afflicted (dirs. Derek Lee & Clif Prowse, 2013)
Rabid (dir. David Cronenberg, 1977)
Norway (dir. Yannis Veslemes, 2014)
The Blood Spattered Bride (dir. Vicente Aranda, 1972)

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Trouble Every Day (dir. Claire Denis, 2001)
The Night Flier (dir. Mark Pavia, 1997)
Black Sunday (dir. Mario Bava, 1960)
Taste the Blood of Dracula (dir. Pater Sasdy, 1970)
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (dir. Yoshiaki Kawajiri, 2000)
Lust of the Vampire (dirs. Riccardo Fred & Mario Bava, 1957)
Bordello of Blood (dir. Gilbert Adler, 1996)
Stake Land (dir. Jim Mickle, 2010)
Lifeforce (dir. Tobe Hooper, 1985)
Vampire Circus (dir. Robert Young, 1972)

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Modern Vampires (dir. Richard Elfman, 1998)
My Sucky Teen Romance (dir. Emily Hagins, 2011)
Love at First Bite (dir. Stan Dragoti, 1979)
Dracula: Pages from a Virgin’s Diary (dir. Guy Maddin, 2002)
The Forsaken (dir. J.S. Cardone, 2001)
Underworld (dir. Len Wiseman, 2003)
Blacula (dir. William Crain, 1972)
Hotel Transylvania (dir. Genndy Tartakovsky, 2012)
Transylvania 6-5000 (dir. Rudy De Luca, 1985)
Dracula II: Ascension (dir. Patrick Lussier, 2003)

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