Ten Great Vampire Movies

Now i’m a huge fan of scary movies, and especially of a good vampire movie. While there are loads of cheap crap goule movies out there, there are is also a variety of great movies that, additionally, vary in style from one film to another. The trouble with making a top 10 list for vampire videos is that a lot of people like comedies, others like the strange surreal films, while others want blood and guts and the terrifying movie they can find. solarmovie

So my top five movie list is centering on ten great, diverse vampire movies. This list is the top eight for variety in this genre. This list will reveal the wide variety of options directors have when using vampires as the subject of their videos. 

Nosferatu: Eine Symphonie parfois des Gravens (1922)

This is the grandfather coming from all goule movies, a movie that never should have recently been made. This film is a grayscale white muted picture that stars Greatest extent Schrek as the scary Count Orlock. This film was an expressionist film that remains extremely popular today, but due to a weird way: 50 percent those who still watch this film find Nosferatu extremely creepy and terrifying, as the other half find it campy and amusing.

This is one of the earliest vampire videos, after it’s release, Bram Stoker’s widow sued the director, saying this was a blatant rip off of her late partner’s novel: Dracula. The judge found in her benefit, and every negative of this film was meant to have been demolished, but pirate copies held cropping up everywhere we look. When the copyright to Dracula wore off (copyrights previous 70 years after the author’s death), the movie was re-released in DVD AND BLU-RAY format and is also now available on DVD. Whether this movie hits you as very creepy or entertaining, it’s worth seeing.

David Carpenter’s Vampires (1998)

Steve Carpenter’s Vampires is one of the better recent vampire movies that truly will take the effort to be a vampire movie, and not an action film disguised as a goule movie. James Woods takes on the role of the key protagonist, a vampire seeker who is obsessed with wiping the mall away with his team after he witnessed his parents murdered by blood slurping undead when he since a child.

He understands that a number of vampires are searching for a powerful doom for mankind. The Vatican then secretly enlists a team of vampire-hunters, led by Jack Crow, to hunt down and destroy every one of them before they find a crucifix that would give them the energy to walk in the day.

After destroying a nest of the evil creatures, Valek, the vampire expert, uses Jack and his team, leading to an easy paced action based movie that still focuses typically on vampires against the human undead hunter. A great action paced film that is mainly action structured, but definitely has it is occasions of out right terror.