With the release of the dark vampire indie "Let Me In," "Extra" brings you a top 10 favorite vampire movie list. See what we picked as No. 1!
Top 10 Vampire Movies
10. "Van Helsing" (2004)
For every vampire, there has to be a vampire hunter — and Hugh Jackman as the legendary Van Helsing has to be top on the list.
9. "Dracula" (1931)
No one will be able to forget the original Dracula, as only the formidable Bela Lugosi could play him.
8. "Twilight" (2009)
“Twilight’s” Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) pretty much single-handedly changed the way all teenager girls feel about vampires. Ahhhhh!
7. "30 Days of Night" (2007)
David Slade’s 2007 vampire horror flick has to stand as one of the scariest — from the way the vampires maintain the bloody visages to the way the systematically hunt down the small Alaskan town’s denizens, spilling their blood all over the clean, white snow. Shiver.
6. "Blade" (1998)
Come on, Wesley Snipes — as the classic comic-book vampire hunter Blade — simply kicks ass, with his silver swords, black leather and other vampire-killing toys.
5. "Bram Stoker's Dracula" (1992)
While Bela Lugosi immortalized Dracula, Gary Oldman humanized the literary figure, while wooing the tasty Winona Ryder, in Francis Ford Coppola’s redo.
4. "Underworld" (2003)
This vampires vs. werewolves saga grabs your attention, while Kate Beckinsale, as the fetching vampire warrior Selene, give us great vampire eye candy.
3. "From Dusk Till Dawn" (1996)
Vampire bloodlust, Quentin Tarantino style! He and George Clooney put the cool in bloodsucking in this wild ride.
2. "Interview With The Vampire" (1994)
Who knew Tom Cruise could be an evil bloodsucker? “Interview” showed the actor’s bad side, as he embodied Anne Rice’s classic literary vamp Lestat. Brad Pitt and a young Kristen Dunst add to the mix, to make this one of the more fascinating studies in vampire lore.
1. "The Lost Boys" (1987)
Sure, Edward Cullen is hot and all, but first, there was “The Lost Boys”! This campy but utterly entertaining ’80s vampire flick, that made stars of Corey Haim and Corey Feldman, stands as the best of the bunch.