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kitty asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 1 decade ago

Please help . What to buy vampire movies. 10 points for the longest list.?

I want to buy some vampire movies . Can you name some good vampire movies. So my friends and I can watch on halloween. Thanks . Or any scary movies .Thanks.

Update:

It doesn't matter if there old or new ones. I'm not picky . Thanks.

Update 2:

And I'm looking for the movie Children of the corn. How many of them do they have.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Nosferatu (1922; starring Max Schreck, remade 1979 with Klaus Kinski) – unlicensed German adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel

    Dracula (1931) – the first Universal Studios Dracula film, starring Bela Lugosi

    Spanish Dracula (1931) – Spanish-language version starring Carlos Villar, made simultaneously with the Bela Lugosi film, using the same sets on a timeshare basis

    Dracula's Daughter (1936) – Follow up to the 1931 film, starring Gloria Holden

    Son of Dracula (1943) – further sequel to the 1931 film starring Lon Chaney Jr.

    House of Frankenstein (1944) – John Carradine plays Dracula as part of an ensemble cast in this Universal Studios film

    House of Dracula (1945) – The final serious Universal Studios Dracula film, starring Carradine

    Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) – Lugosi played Dracula on film for the second and final time in this comedy-horror hybrid that concluded the Universal Studios series.

    Dracula (1958; aka Horror of Dracula) – the first Hammer Horror Dracula film, starring Christopher Lee

    Countess Dracula (1970)

    Blacula (1972) – a blaxploitation cult film in which an African prince is turned into a vampire by Dracula

    Blood for Dracula (1974) - also released as Andy Warhol's Dracula (x-rated)

    Dracula Sucks (1978) - (x-rated)

    Dracula (1979) – a film in the gothic romantic tradition starring Frank Langella

    Love At First Bite (1979) – romantic comedy spoof starring George Hamilton

    Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992) – attempt at filming the story quite close to Stoker's novel, but merging the medieval story of Vlad Tepeş; starring Gary Oldman as Dracula

    Interview With the Vampire (1994) – While no appearance or rendition of Dracula is made, the vampire Louis denounces the Dracula legend as "the vulgar fictions of a demented Irishman."

    Monster Force (1994) – an animated television series featuring Dracula as the mastermind of Evil, the Prince of Darkness and the main antagonist of the series

    The Addiction (1995) A philosophical variant on the vampire film directed by Abel Ferrara and starring Lili Taylor. It uses vampirism as a metaphor for the AIDS epidemic and ends with a notorious and extremely sexually-charged orgy of blood-sucking.

    Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995) – a parody of Dracula films by Mel Brooks; Leslie Nielsen as Dracula

    Dracula 2000 (2000)- a low budget but accurate film with an interesting spin

    Dracula, Pages From a Virgin's Diary (2002) - a silent interpretation of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's take of Bram Stoker's Dracula.

    League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) - loosely connected through Mina Harker being vampiric after an encounter with Dracula.

    Van Helsing (2004) – action movie only loosely connected to the original Dracula; Richard Roxburgh as Dracula

    Blade: Trinity (2004) - Drake the vampire is supposed to have had many forms throughout the centuries, Stoker's Dracula being one of them.

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    Other movies and television

    The Vampire (1913 - directed and co-written by Robert G. Vignola

    Les Vampires (1915)

    London After Midnight (1927)

    Vampyr (1932)

    Mark of the Vampire (1935)

    Return of the Vampire (1943)

    Not of This Earth (1957)

    La maschera del demonio (aka Black Sunday) (1960)

    Camilla (1964)

    The Last Man on Earth (1964) - based on the novel I Am Legend

    Kiss of the Vampire (1964)

    Dark Shadows TV series (1966 and 1991)

    Blood Bath (1966)

    The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)

    Le Rogue aux Levres (Daughters of Darkness) & (Children of the Night) (1971)

    The Omega Man (1971) - also based on the novel I Am Legend

    Twins of Evil (1971)

    The Night Stalker (1972)

    Vampire Circus (1973)

    The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires (1974) - a kung fu vampire movie, a co-production between Hong Kong's Shaw Brothers and England's Hammer Studios, a cross between Hammer's popular Dracula series with classic Shaw style Kung Fu

    Rabid (1976)

    Salem's Lot (1979)

    The serials State of Decay (1980) and The Curse of Fenric (1989) from the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who.

    The Hunger (1983)

    Fright Night (1985)

    Fright Night II (1989)

    Once Bitten (1985)

    Vampire Hunter D (1985)

    Vamp (1986)

    The Lost Boys (1987)

    Near Dark (1987)

    Vampire's Kiss (1989)

    Red-Blooded American Girl (1990)

    Subspecies (1991)

    Bloodstone: Subspecies II (1993)

    Bloodlust: Subspecies III (1994)

    Vampire Journals (1997)

    Subspecies 4: Bloodstorm (1998)

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992), the TV show of the same name and its television spinoff Angel

    Forever Knight TV Series (1992)

    Innocent Blood (1992)

    Cronos (1993)

    Interview with the Vampire (1994)

    The Addiction (1995 in film) A philosophical variant on the vampire film, that uses vampirism as a metaphor for AIDS and ends with a notorious and highly sexually-charged orgy of blood-sucking.

    Vampire in Brooklyn (1995)

    From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)

    From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money (1999)

    From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter (2000)

    Tales From the Crypt: Bordello of Blood (1996)

    Ultraviolet (1998)

    Blade (1998)

    Blade II (2002)

    Blade: Trinity (2004)

    Blade: The Series (2006)

    Vampires (1998)

    Vampires: Los Muertos (2002)

    Vampires: The Turning (2005)

    Modern Vampires (1998)

    Hot Vampire Nights (1999) (x-rated)

    Shadow of the Vampire (2000)

    Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (2001)

    Queen of the Damned (2002)

    Hellsing (2002)

    Hellsing Ultimate (2006) - new series that sticks closer to the original comic.

    Underworld (2003)

    Underworld: Evolution (2006)

    'Salem's Lot (2004)

    Night Watch (Nochnoi Dozor) (2004) Russian fantasy film partially involving vampires

    Day Watch (Dnevnoi Dozor) (2006)

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  • 1 decade ago

    Well, since you opened it up to any scary movie, here are some of the scariest I know. And I am not cheating and going to a website for this list but giving you actual movies that I saw, so keep that in mind.

    Alien, Carrie, The Ring, Ju-On (this was remade into The Grudge, which was also scary, but the orignial is scarier), The DEvil's Backbone, Jeepers Creepers, Silent Hill, Brahm Stoker's Dracula, The Omen (the original version is very scary), The Lost Boys (Ok, so not very scarym, but it IS about vampires -- and it's good), American Haunting, Scream (only the first one), At Dawn they Sleep, Salem's Lot (vamps), Interview with a Vampire, Once Bitten (actually a comedy starring Jim Carrey, but still, about vampires so is Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the Movie), Sleepwalkers, From Dusk Till Dawn, Bordello of Blood, Blade, Blade II, Blade:Trinity, Queen of the Damned, Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, Mothman Prophecies, The Village, Seven, Texas Chainsaw Massacre (again, the original was scary), The Dawn of the Dead remake scared the hell out of me, so did 28 Days Later, Poltergeist, Jacob's Ladder, Rosemary's Baby, Amityville Horror, The Sixth Sense, Arachnophobia, Psycho, The Shining, Pet Sematary (almost any Stephen King movie). My friends thought the Blair Witch Project was scary, but I thought it was boring. Almost any Wes Craven movie too. He made one called Vampires that was pretty good.

    These are in no particular order, by the way. Hope this helps. have a spooky Halloween!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Nosferatu

    Dracula (original)

    Dracula (remake)

    Bram Stoker's Dracula

    Brides of Dracula

    The Hunger

    Fright Night

    Interview with a Vampire

    Queen of the Damned

    Van Helsing

    Ultraviolet

    Underworld

    Underworld Evolution

    Blade I, II, III

    Near Dark

    John Carpenter's Vampires

    From Dusk Til Dawn movies

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  • 1 decade ago

    Dusk till Dawn 1-2

    Interview with the Vampire

    Underworld 1-2

    Salem's lot

    The Lost Boys

    It's not a movie, but all 5 seasons of Angel

    Blade

    Blade II

    Blade: Trinity

    Halloween movies: Michael Myers

    it's all i can think of

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    subspecies I

    subspecies II

    subspecies III

    subspecies IIII

    interview with a vampire

    dracula

    the lost boys

    the blood of dracula

    buffy the vampire slayer

    daughter of darkness

    vampire in brooklyn

    vampires

    love at first bite

    love at second bite

    my best friend is a vampire

    the forsaken

    from dusk til dawn

    and that's all i can think of right now

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  • -vampire in brooklyn

    -dracula

    -dracula 2000

    -van helsing

    -queen of the damned

    -underworld

    -underworld evolution (second one)

    -avia vampire hunter

    Source(s): this and my own movie experience http://searcha.movies.go.com/?q=vampire&u1=q&w=m#m...
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