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9 Best Vampire Movies on Netflix

Some of us are old enough to remember Blockbuster and VHS tapes, but those days (and nights) are no more. In the spirit of such, we gladly present one list of the 9 Best Vampire Movies on Netflix! 1. What We Do In Shadows (2014) a New Zealand mockumentary/reality show about a bunch of vampires…

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Most Disappointing Vampire Flicks

Most folks agree the first vampire movie was almost certainly F.W.Murnau’s Nosferatu in 1922 (an earlier, extremely loose adaptation of Dracula is now lost). Over nine decades of the undead on film, with more than a few genuine classics along the way. But let us turn to something other than the greats. Not to the…

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Vampire Movie Dream Cast

We all want more vampire films, right? Even more importantly, we want more good vampire films. Towards that end we can all draw up lists of writers and directors who we think would make superior motion pictures about the undead. Likewise different ideas of such films no doubt bubble to the surface of many a…

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Midnight Son: Is it Bloody Gross?

I don’t know why it is exactly, but when I think of vampires drinking blood, I think of it as natural, sexy, mysterious; whatever. But when I think of people consuming blood, all I can think of is the effect air has on large puddles of blood: it turns into dark red jelly. Naturally, this…

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Review: Let Me In

If you haven’t seen Let Me In yet, then SPOILER ALERT! The funny thing about this film, is that it was probably much anticipated by the people who had never heard of ‘Let the Right One In’, but for the people who had seen the movie, it was practically feared, –there was an air of…

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VAMPIRE: Cast Updates and New Photos!

There are new stills available for the movie VAMPIRE, by Japanese director Iwai Shunji. This is his first English film, and he’s probably pretty excited to be reaching all of us Westerners for the first time. I know I’m excited to be seeing it, so we should all be. Plus, we used to have just…

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Vampires and Harry Potter

Others have written about the vampires described by J.K.Rowling within her wonderful world of Harry Potter, of Quidditch and Hogwarts and Diagon Alley. Yes there are indeed vampires in “Harry Potter” and one even makes an appearance in the books. But consider also how vampires in other fantasy worlds have wandered into the hugely successful…

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The Second Most Famous Dracula

No other actor has played the part of Count Dracula in so many films. As a consequence, none other has gazed into so many initially hesitant sets of eyes belonging to beautiful women–Caroline Munro, Barbara Hershey, Linda Hayden, Veronica Carlson to name just a few. So many plunging necklines! So many throats to ravish! Yet–curiously–so…

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The Most Mysterious Dracula

It is an iconic movement, an action in vampire films re-created many times. The motion pictures “Fright Night” and “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” both had their versions. For many, it remains one of the most memorable events in the first great film of one genre–as well as being a landmark in at least two others. Graf…

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Interview with the Vampire

Interview with the Vampire is a book by Anne Rice, which I’m sure all you vampire lovers know all too well. It was released on film in 1994, and has become one of the most well known vampire films of today. And it is a pretty spectacular film. It has the theme of the struggle…

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Blood & Donuts

For some reason, I just never got around to alerting the world about this film, –you can’t even find it on Netflix! And it’s not like it’s an ancient vampire movie (or worse, something made in the 70s), it was released in 1995. The film is, in some ways, almost un-findable, but still a cult…

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The Town That Dreaded Sundown 3D

What’s better than a cool new vampire flick? One that’s in 3D of course! So grab your tinted glasses and go get your tickets, The Town That Dreaded Sundown is coming to a theater near you! But you may want to wait just a bit before you get ready to stand in line for this…

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