Wednesday, September 07, 2011

9 Vampire Movies That Ruined the Genre

9 Vampire Movies That Ruined the Genre

6 comments:

  1. Gerard8:26 AM

    Baloney. LOVE AT FIRST BITE is a good flick.

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  2. Anonymous8:41 AM

    I loved NEAR DARK - it's a classic and has great music.

    Take the classic Dracula story, add Coolio, and set it in space, and you'll have Dracula 3000.

    Sounds great, right?

    Jeff

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  3. Wow I got all roused and angry that LOVE AT FIRST BITE was there and then I see Gerard got here first. It was better than the Frank Langella Dracula the probably inspired it. And it's ohh sooo late 1970s

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  4. I'm a big fan of LOVE AT FIRST BITE, and I like NEAR DARK a lot, too.

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  5. I second Jeff. Near Dark is a terrific flick.

    Stan

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  6. Anders Engwall4:34 PM

    I saw NOSFERATU on TV in the summer of 1970, a few weeks before I turned seven. I simply can not care about any other version since. Max Schreck is the man. Mostly because he really looks like he's been undead for 500 years.

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