5 Best Vampire Movies of All Time (PHOTOS)

bela lugosiPhew! It's been a nearly impossible task to narrow the expansive history of vampire cinema into a Top 5 list, but somebody had to do it, and, well, here's what I've come up with. My choices may not make everybody happy -- in fact, I'm pretty the fact that I've omitted several EXTREMELY POPULAR MOVIES from this round-up will probably make some people very unhappy -- but, hey. Can't please all the people all of the time, right? And these are AWESOME flicks. I promise. So, here they are the 5 Best Vampire Movies of All Time.

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Coles... Coles_mom

I'm not big into vampire stuff, but you should have put Interview With A Vampire on that list.

Megan Johnson

Awww, come on. You use a picture of Bela Lugosi and Dracula doesn't even make the list?  Or Gary Oldman in Bram Stoker's Dracula?  Or if you wanna go circa 80s, 1987 to be exact, The Lost Boys?  A young Kiefer Southerland.....So many better movies for this list. :-p

zombi... zombiemommy916

I thought "30 Days of Night" was a pretty damn good vampire movie...definitely original and terrifying...and like the pp said, "The Lost Boys" should've made the list as well...maybe a top TEN next time? And the original "Fright Night"??? I'm obviously a nerd who retains way too much useless information :)

nonmember avatar Cat

Nosferatu, man!!

nonmember avatar alison

Where's Interview with the Vampire? I think just about everyone would agree with that one. It's amazing.

LeeshaE LeeshaE

I agree Interview with a Vampire should definitely be on the list along with Fright Night. Queen of the Damned and the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer were freaking sweet too.


I don't really think last man on Earth is a Vampire movie sure that's what the synopsis says but it was made pre-zombie movie, sure the monsters were repelled by garlic but they were mindless reanimated corpses. Not to mention it was based on the book I am Legend just like the Will Smith movie of the same title and those were without a doubt zombies not vamps.

Sekirei Sekirei

At least Twilight isn't there

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