Everybody enjoys a good creature of the night movie. Vampires have always been one of the classiest monsters out of all the beasts of the night. With modern to timeless classics, moviegoers will have no problem choosing a vampire movie that pickles their fancy.
Over the years, there have been many books and stories, such as the tales of Dracula, the Twilight series, and The Vampire Diaries, which have inspired the creation of countless movies and games such as Vampyr and even vampire-themed casino games, which can be found on LeoVegas India.
New moviegoers will be familiar with Twilight and Buffy: The Vampire Slayer TV series. However, here are four of our top vampire movies of all time.
Some may consider adding the 2011 remake of the 1985 movie Fright Night somewhat sinful. However, we love this remake, and here is why.
Fright Night takes place in 1981 London and is a self-reflective horror movie, showing viewers the stereotypes that vampires wrestle with daily.
Even though Charley doesn’t believe that Jerry is a vampire, his old friend Ed disappears and is forced to seek help.
Charley and his girlfriend get in touch with vampire hunter Peter Vincent from Vegas, and the three of them embark on a journey to stop Jerry.
One of the many reasons we have chosen the remake over the original movie is the subtle thinning down of the plot. Another reason why we love this remake is the modern versions of the characters are a little funnier and more compelling, while their performances are on par with the original actors.
The original “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” movie remains an undisputed classic.
With a script written by Joss Whedon, this movie hewed closer to a comedy than a horror film. The cast includes Kirsty Swanson, Donald Sutherland, Paul Reubens, Rutger Hauer, Luke Perry, David Arquette, and Hilary Swank.
Interview with a Vampire is a must-watch movie, just because of the cast along with a star-studded cast of Brad Pitt, Antonio Banderas, Christian Slater, Kirsten Dunst, and Tom Cruise.
This movie is more on the artsy, depressive side. It has character depth, exciting motivations, and the classic “vampire with a conscience” character, popular with modern-day vampire movies.
What makes “Interview with a Vampire” different from other vampire movies is the unique stance on the overall mortality.
Most feel-good vampire movies take the stance that our choices make us evil or good, not who we are or what has happened to us.
Interview with a Vampire comes off a little more existential in the way that it portrays the persistence of good and evil, despite any one person’s choices.
Due to these reasons and the interesting stance on morality that “Interview with a Vampire” stands out amongst all other movies within the vampire genre.
If you haven’t seen this movie yet, take some time to enjoy this brilliant take on morality and good and evil.
“What We Do in the Shadows” is a mockumentary about the New Zealand undead community. Created within the phenomenal mind of Taika Watiti, this movie follows a handful of vampire roommates as they prepare for The Unholy Masquerade.
“What We Do in the Shadows” has a few fundamental plot points, with character deaths and shocking twists, yet most of the humor comes from the shenanigans of the three vampires.
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