Depiction of Vampires in Hollywood through the Years

Vampires.

And no we’re not referring to the sparkly, pale but extremely exotic looking men and women. The Twilight franchise has had its days of glory, but we’d like to give some limelight to a few other imaginations of these night creatures that we just can’t seem to get enough of.

Love Bite

It’s hard to come across a comedy-horror done just right. Add in vampires and it’s even more difficult to find a good one. Love Bite makes itself an exception. If you’re looking for something light but attention-retaining, this one should be on the top of your list.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Most films about vampires tend towards the horror end of movies — but not Buffy the Vampire Slayer. We all need a little humour in our lives, and this 1992 knows how its done. With the perfect soundtrack accompanying the hilarious actions, you’ll want to give this 5 stars.

Dracula

How can we talk about vampire movies and miss out this classic. Tom Browning sure started a whole new genre for Hollywood when he released Dracula in 1931. From script to directing to production, it’s a movie not to be missed.

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