What are your favourite vampire movies?

Here are thirteen of mine.

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Top to bottom, left to right: Dance of the Vampires (1967), Daughters of Darkness (1971), Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979), The Hunger (1983), Near Dark (1987), Vampire’s Kiss (1989), Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992), Innocent Blood (1992), The Addiction (1995), 30 Days of Night (2007), Let the Right One In (2008), We Are the Night (2010), and Kiss of the Damned (2012).

click on Links below for recent "essential viewing" reviews from my Cine Pico page:

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Dead Ringers
Videodrome
Memory: The Origins Of Alien
Dragged Across Concrete
Come To Daddy
Why Don't You Just Die!
The Wind
In The Realm Of The Senses
Eraserhead
Apollo 11
Thunder Road
Destroyer
Revenge
Vox Lux
Arctic
[REC] & [REC] 2
Leave No Trace
The Children
The Big Lebowski
Between 2006 and 2012 I wrote and posted hundreds of reviews of what I referred to as "nightmare movies" (horror movies and beyond) on a site I named "Horrorphile - Pleasure Of Nightmares". Unfortunately, midway through 2015 the executive server administration updated the secure server and the old software code no longer worked. As a result the umbrella site, Orble, crashed and died. Thousands of blogs were lost, creating millions of dead links. My popular site, a formidable archive, was one of the victims. As an ongoing mission I am slowly, but surely, re-posting the best "nightmares" here on Cult Projections.

Between 2006 and 2012 I wrote and posted hundreds of reviews of what I referred to as "nightmare movies" (horror movies and beyond) on a site I named "Horrorphile - Pleasure Of Nightmares". Unfortunately, midway through 2015 the executive server administration updated the secure server and the old software code no longer worked. As a result the umbrella site, Orble, crashed and died. Thousands of blogs were lost, creating millions of dead links. My popular site, a formidable archive, was one of the victims. As an ongoing mission I am slowly, but surely, re-posting the best "nightmares" here on Cult Projections.