Vampire movies are one of the most popular genres in cinema. Numerous movies and TV series are released on a yearly basis concerning these powerful creatures. Nowadays you can easily find vampire movies in all genres from horror and action films to thrillers and comedies. Below we have collected for you top 10 vampire movies, ranging from classics to ground-breaking versions, which are all eerily fascinating.
Half human, half vampire Blade is eager to settle scores with his greatest enemy and the culprit of all trouble, Deacon Frost. Blade's blood once combined with a drop of vampire venom, and over time he began to feel that transformation was inevitably coming. Blade decides to free humanity from the invasion of a growing army of dark forces and engages in a decisive battle against evil.
The atmosphere of the sci-fi action movie about vampires reminds us something of the Matrix film, where the action takes place in the 90's with awesome settings. Retro cars perfectly convey the atmosphere of that time, by the way the main character drives the legendary Dodge Charger of 1968, that any car enthusiast might be jealous of. Fortunately now everyone is free to drive even in luxury supercar rental
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2. Only Lovers Left Alive
Adam and Eve are vampires who have been in love with each other for centuries. In order not to kill people, they extract fresh blood from hospitals. However, the troubles begin when Eva's younger sister Ava arrives in town. Jim Jarmusch, the chief aesthete of world cinema, has embodied in his fantasy drama the perfect postmodern idea of vampires. By the way, even the ghouls in his film are much lovelier than the humans.
3. What we do in the shadows
This pseudo-documentary tells the story of four vampires living a secluded life in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. The ghouls never adapted to the realities of the 21st century. They're quite happy with that, until a newly converted vampire, Nick, comes to visit them. He shows how to use the Internet and other modern technology. This is a hilarious movie
that is recommended to everyone who is tired of overly pretentious dramas about ghouls, as well as to the fans of black humor.
4. Van Helsing
Van Helsing was a legendary figure of bloodthirsty monsters who slaughtered civilians across Europe
. One day, on the mission of a secret church society, he went to dark Transylvania to rid the world of a terrible monster that instilled fear into the souls of the locals. It turned out that the country was inhabited by an ancient vampire, along with minions who kidnap men and women to feed on their blood. The number of the undead grew steadily, soon there might be no living humans left.
One of the most famous vampire movies is rightfully considered to be "Dracula". The action takes place in England, in the late 19th century. Jonathan Harker, a young lawyer, has to travel to a mysterious castle in Transylvania. His landlord, Count Dracula, wishes to buy real estate in London. John leaves his young, beautiful bride Mina, with whom he is passionately in love, and sets off to see the old Count. The guy doesn't even know what consequences entails a short separation from his beloved and who the owner of the gloomy castle really is. While the sun is not yet down, we advise you to choose a movie that catches your interest and welcome the full moon in the company of the best vampires in cinematography.