Halloween Movies

VAMPIRE'S CRYPT

Dracula 2000 (2000)
Another telling of the Dracula tale but with a Biblical twist. A killer soundtrack lights up this already interesting movie. Not the greatest, but definitely in the mindless pleasure category!
Starring: Jonny Lee Miller, Christopher Plummer
Director: Patrick Lussier
Rating: R

Dracula - Dead and Loving It (1995)
Totally slapstick version of the Dracula tale done by Mel Brooks and starring the king of shtick, Lesley Nielson. Definitely worth watching if you love humor and comedy films.
Starring:
Leslie Nielsen, Peter MacNicol
Director:
Mel Brooks
Rating:
PG-13

Fright Night (1985)
Modern classic vampire movie about a teen who thinks his handsome new neighbor is a vampire. Totally entertaining and the sequel is equally good.
Starring:
Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale
Director:
Tom Holland
Rating:
R

From Dusk Till Dawn  (1998)
Ultra violent vampire fare that finds criminal brothers on the run and falling into a den of bloodsuckers. Graphic gore, fast action and story line make this a feast to watch. The first half hour or so drags but once at the Titty Twister, it's full tilt!
Starring: Quentin Tarantino, George Clooney
Director: Robert Rodriguez
Rating: R

Interview with the Vampire (1994)
Despite what Anne Rice first thought, Tom Cruise was actually able to pull this film off and make it enjoyable. The tale of the narcissistic egomaniac vampire Lestat and his companions over the years. Moody cinematography, if you enjoy the Anne Rice books, you'll like this film.
Starring: Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt
Director: Neil Jordan
Rating: R

The Lost Boys (1987)
Young, pretty vampires try and take over a seaside town but are thwarted by newcomers in this oldie but a goodie. The MTV style music makes it enjoyable as well. Lots of dark humor to keep you happy in between vampire angst plots.
Starring:
Jason Patrick, Corey Haim
Director:
Joel Schumacher
Rating:
PG

Near Dark (1987)
Very violent, twisted tale of vampires on the road. A truly great and classic vampire film, it gives them a more "human" approach than most vampire genre films. Definitely worth watching! Definitely not worth screwing up with a re-make!
Starring: Adrian Pasdar, Jenny Wright, Lance Henricksen, Bill Paxton
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Rating: R

Queen of the Damned (Widescreen Edition) (2002)
Townsend makes a wussy LeStat but it works as a stand alone vampire movie quite well. It also has a kick ass soundtrack, which makes it worth watching. Aaliyah was killed in a plane crash before the film came out, unfortunately.
Starring: Aaliyah, Staurt Townsend
Director: Michael Rymer
Rating: R

30 Days of Night (2007)
Imagine living on top of the world in an isolated town where most of the residents leave for a month because of the 30 day night. Now imagine that town being taken over by a rogue band of vampires at the same time. Gets pretty gory!
Starring: Josh Harnett, Melisa George
Director: David Slade
Rating: R

True Blood: The Complete First Season (HBO Series)
Great vampire series taken loosely from the Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris. Sookie is  barmaid in a small, backwater Louisiana town. Vampires have come out into the open and a blood substitute, True Blood, keeps them under control, for the most part. Sookie falls in love with Vampire Bill Compton and encounters much trouble. Definitely for adults!

True Blood: The Complete Second Season (HBO Series)
The series continues with more murder, mystery, vampire hate groups and new supernatural creatures coming to light. Bill now has a foe in Eric Northman, a Viking vampire who wants Sookie for his own because of her own unusual powers. A Mynaid has snuck into town and is taking over, turning the townspeople into lust struck zombies. For the adult crowd.

Twilight  (2008)
From the book series by Stephenie Meyers, the first film of the series came out to rave reviews and huge crowds. It also made it's two main stars, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, household names. A teen age school girls falls for the vampire next door and trouble ensues.
Starring: Robert Pattinson, Kristin Stewart
Director: Catherine Hardwick
Rating: PG-13

The Twilight Saga: New Moon (Two-Disc Special Edition) (2009)
The saga continues with were wolves entering the scene. Will Bella Swan give into her feelings for Jacob? Will it start a war between the factions? Watch the film to find out and get ready for film #3!
Starring: Robert Pattinson, Kristin Stewart
Director: Chris Weitz
Rating: PG-13

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