18 Responses to “Top Ten Vampire Movies”

  1. LaLa says:

    Interview belongs #1….good job!

  2. Baphomet2013 says:

    Are you serious? You padded this with crap 1920s movies nobody cares about because you think you have to and you listed the gayest movie of all time as number 1.

    Let’s be honest, Dusk till dawn was great, Buffy was funny, but Interview with a vampire was no better than Twilight.

  3. moviejunkie says:


    You just sound like a troll who’s making crazy accusations just to get people to check out your own site. If you actually had something of intelligence to add to this list, or a real opinion rather than insults, perhaps people would be more likely to listen to you instead immediately dismiss your opinion on account of how you delivered it.

    I personally would change a few things about this list myself, and when I don’t agree with the writers on this site I say so, but I don’t claim their opinions are “gay”. Ridiculous.


    • dark_night says:

      This whole thing about saying something is “GAY” is very insalting. If something is stupid , should I start say “That’s so straight” , would that be far. No it wouldn’t be , not all straight people are stupid. Do any of you even think when you say something is “GAY” that you could be offending someone , or are you all a bunch of unfeeling jerks and you just don’t care. Yes , my spelling sucks , that tends to happen when I’m extremly pissed-off.

  4. george says:

    Baphomet2013 is a dufus

  5. jessafrickenb says:

    Baphomet2013 really sounds like a quack if you ask me.Moviejunkie is right, he is just being a jerk so that people will go check out his site and if anything being rude is just going to keep people from it.

  6. Heather says:

    I don’t know if Baph is a quack or a troll, but what I can attest to is my own list. It is quite a leap in assumption to conclude that this list was padded when I have a movie like From Dusk Till Dawn ranked #2 and the much critically hated Bram Stokers Dracula. Very few appreciated what Coppola did with that film.

    That being said, 1931′s Dracula is a movie I’ve loved since adolescence. The first time I saw it was in seventh grade drama and drew a deep seeded affection for the tale of Dracula, not to mention an adoration of vampires. Nosferatu I didn’t see until recent years and I admit watched because of my curiosity after watching Shadow Of The Vampire which I LOVE. Maybe Nosferatu isn’t as relevant in todays cinema but it desrves it’s ranking for it’s inspiration in cinema. The rest of these films quite frankly may not have existed after that.

    And Interview being gay? I’m okay with that. It’s still a great movie.

  7. LGB says:

    I honestly don’t think Interview should be number one, simply because Nosferatu is the earliest vampire movie of any notoriety and some would argue without it the rest of the list wouldn’t exist without it.

  8. VampLover says:

    LGB your comment makes so sense. Really? That’s like saying every first movie of a genre or kind ever made should be the best. Just because it’s ground breaking doesn’t make it the best.

    Personally I would have put Blade at #1 or maybe Dracula, but at least for reasons of content rather than notoriety and age.


    Good list overall though.

  9. LGB says:

    Vamplover, I thought my comment made perfect sense. I was never saying that at all, there are a lot of movies that are the first in a genre that someone would’ve come up with after them anyway, but Vampires are a very specific subgenre and Nosferatu was the earliest one I can think of that was actually important to the genre, being so controversial that prints of the film were burned.

    I understand your view point and I’m gonna admit both of your ideas for number one would be good too.

  10. Heather says:

    I agree that LGB wasn’t saying anything quite that drastic Vamplover. Nosferatu was an amazing movie, and I don’t think it’s an arguable point if it’s on anyone’s #1 spot. It’s just more interesting and compelling that it was such an interesting film to watch even though it was the first of it’s kind.

    I find it humorous that one person has pointed out that part of Nosferatu’s appeal is in it’s groundbreaking creation while other posters on this comment string have deemed me incompetent for adding older films in the first place!

    Opinions are just opinions I guess!


  11. Andy says:

    My personal favourite vampire movie is Near Dark. Of recent movies 30 Days of Night was really good.

  12. Heather says:

    I hate to be a party pooper, but other than the cinematography I just didn’t love 30 Days Of Night. It had some things working for it but at the end of the day it was a large disappointment for me.

  13. Nice list Heather…great to see Shadow of a Vampire and From Dusk Till dawn on there. But my favourite vampire film is sadly missing! I’ve just compiled my fave modern vampire flicks here: http://www.top10films.co.uk/archives/1154

  14. I love that you always work comedies like Buffy into these lists.
    I LOVE your Top 2 but I would move your last 3 waaaay up!
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  15. Shadow of a Vampire probably tops my list…and I do love Interview With a Vampire, though I’m not too keen on Anne Rice as much as I used to be.

  16. Teresa says:

    I absolutely agree that an Interview With a Vampire should be at the top of any Best Vampire Movie List.

    I think there are other movies that could “bump” Buffy off the list though. How about Queen of the Damned?
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