Weekly Poll Results: Best Vampire Movie

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It was a close race, but in the end Tomas Alfredson’s Let The Right One In took the top spot in last week’s poll as the best vampire movie of all time with 15% of the votes. It’s not a huge surprise considering the critical acclaim for the movie, but it does feel a bit odd to see such a recent film upset so many established classics. Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula was a close second, followed by a tie between Interview with the Vampire and The Lost Boys. The original Nosferatu came in at #5 alongside another recent entry, Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive. Way down at the bottom of the list, John Badham’s Dracula starring Frank Langella got the short of the stake, along with the Fright Night remake and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Surely the TV show would have been a different story! Do you agree with these results?

1. Let The Right One In — 15%
2. Bram Stoker’s Dracula — 14%
3. Interview with the Vampire — 8%
3. The Lost Boys — 8%
5. Nosferatu (1922) — 6%
5. Only Lovers Left Alive — 6%
7. Dracula (1931) — 5%
8. Blade II — 5%
8. Fright Night (1985) — 5%
10. From Dusk Till Dawn — 4%
11. Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) — 3%
12. Thirst — 3%
13. Near Dark — 3%
14. Let Me In — 2%
14. Vampyr — 2%
14. Shadow of the Vampire — 2%
17. Horror of Dracula (1958) — 2%
18. Vampire’s Kiss — 1%
18. Twilight — 1%
20. The Fearless Vampire Killer — 1%
20. Cronos — 1%
20. The Hunger — 1%
20. Blacula — 1%
24. 30 Days of Night — 0%
24. Vampires — 0%
26. Dracula (1979) — 0%
26. Fright Night (2011) — 0%
26. Buffy the Vampire Slayer — 0%

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  • Deven Science

    Not what I voted for, but I’m okay with these results.

  • Kasper

    I love Interview with the Vampire, so I’m happy that it did this well in the poll. A shame to see Fright Night bombing, as it’s a lot of fun.

  • ReelJunkie

    Damn so little love for Thirst

  • Kenneth Serenyi

    No “Dracula: Dead and Loving it”?

  • T. Heilman

    I just noticed Martin is not on the list.

  • devolutionary

    I actually enjoyed both versions of Fright Night.