And while films like Twilight and Dracula obviously made the cut here, we included some new films that were recently released, as well as older features that span past the '80s. So, get ready to sink your teeth into all that the greatest vampire movies of all time have to offer. The best part is you can conveniently stream them on Amazon or Netflix.
Thrill and action collide in this newly released film. When a doctor with a rare blood disease attempts to cure himself, the result is a bit more sinister. Jared Leto stars as the "living vampire" Morbius, who becomes a foe of Spider-Man.
Apparently, being a vampire gets old! This witty comedy-drama film focuses on the romance between two vampires — played by Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston — who are left to reflect on their place in modern human society.
Based on the 2004 novel of the same name, this critically-acclaimed Swedish romantic horror film tells the story of a bullied 12-year-old boy who befriends a young girl next door, only to find out that she's — you guessed it — a vampire.
Amazon reviewers love this creepy thriller, especially since it's not your typical vampire movie. Prepare for a unique story about a woman being haunted by an evil vampire — and a few jump-out-of-your-seat scares.
Before Sarah Michelle Gellar made "Buffy" a household name, there was the original early '90s teenage movie, starring Kristy Swanson and Donald Sutherland. Once chosen to be the Slayer, Buffy juggles the demands of high school with her mission to defeat evil. Casual.
Proof that vampires can be just as funny as they are frightful. This documentary-style film follows four New Zealand vampires as they try to blend in with normal folks. Spoiler alert: It's as awkward (and hilarious) as it sounds.
Star Trek's Anton Yelchin gave the 1985 horror classic a refresh. Fright Night centers on Charley Brewster, played by Yelchin, as he discovers that his neighbor is a vampire — and makes it his mission to destroy him.
Craving some great action mixed in with your horror? George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino (who wrote the script) star in this cult classic '90s film about two brothers on the run from a bank robbery who end up at a home base for a group of vampires.
A small Alaskan town is cast in darkness for one month each year due to its northern latitude. Without sunlight to stop them, a troupe of hungry vampires descends on Barrow's residents, who must fight them off until day finally breaks.
Guillermo del Toro's first feature film, Cronos follows an antiques dealer with an ill-fated discovery. Jesús Gris happens upon a 450-year-old, scarab-shaped object that enables enteral life. That of course comes with a price: a thirst for blood.
Grab some garlic before sinking your teeth into this list of the best vampire movies ever made. We have action, romance, horror and comedy.