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Vampire flicks for Halloween

With Halloween in two days, our annual Halloween fare means lots of scary movies. This list is NOT ranked by how good they are, but rather in chronological order of when they were made and released. Notice the first known Vampire flick was made in 1922. Look at the list and see which are missing in your opinion and add those to the comments section! Assorted trailers mixed in along the way to get you in the mood.

1.  “Nosferatu”  (1922)

2.  “Dracula”  (1931)  (The Bela Lugosi classic.)

3.  “Vampyr”  (1932)

4.  “Dracula’s Daughter”  (1936)

5.  “Horror of Dracula”  (1958)  (Christopher Lee’s first Dracula flick.)

6.  “Let’s Scare Jessica to Death”  (1971)

7.  “Blacula”  (1972)  (SOOO much better than the name implies.)

8.  “The Blood Spattered Bride”  (1972)

9.  “Ganja & Hess”  (1973)

10.  “Nosferatu the Vampyre”  (1979)  (A remake of the 1922 flick.)

11.  “The Hunger”  (1983)

12.  “Fright Night”  (1985)

13.  “The Lost Boys”  (1987)

14.  “Near Dark”  (1987)

15.  “Vampire’s Kiss”  (1989)  (Nicolas Cage at perhaps his most unhinged.)

16.  “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”  (1992)

17.  “Cronos”  (1993)  (Guillermo del Toro’s first film.)

18.  “Interview with the Vampire”  (1994)

19.  “The Addiction”  (1995)

20.  “Blade”  (1998)

21.  “Let the Right One In”  (2008)

22.  “Thirst”  (2009)

23.  “Only Lovers Left Alive”  (2013)

24.  “What We Do in the Shadows”  (2014)

25.  “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night”  (2014)

By the way.. I found this list and the first thing I noticed is where is “Salem’s Lot”?, where is John Carpenter’s Vampires? Happy Halloween! Those trailers below.



Story idea and contributor is The Complete Sheet, Wise Brothers Media. Originally posted on October 28th, 2020