If You Want To Watch A Vampire Movie But Don't Know Which One, I've Got You Covered With 13 Amazing Recommendations

Hello again, my beautiful readers. If you know me (which you, of course, don't — sad for you), you know I love Dracula movies...and, by extension, vampire movies in general. I swear, I can give a vamp movie rec to anyone, no matter what your tastes are. If you're here looking for something vampy to watch, I've got you covered with 13 favorite flicks — in no particular order.

1.For cool and gorgeous people (I'm totally not biased): Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992) dir. Francis Ford Coppola

Screenshot from "Bram Stoker's Dracula"

2.For the A24 folks (this isn't an A24 movie, I'm just talking vibes): A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014) dir. Ana Lily Amirpour

Screenshot from "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night"

3.For people who like atmospheric, lonely, pretty European indie movies: Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) dir. Werner Herzog

Screenshot from "Nosferatu the Vampyre"

OK, here's the '20s Nosferatu:

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See? I knew you'd recognize him.

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4.For those who want an amazing comedy: What We Do in the Shadows (2014) dir. Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement

Screenshot from "What We Do in the Shadows"

5.For those who want a classic: Dracula (1958) dir. Terence Fisher

Screenshot from "Dracula"

6.For those who want aughties nostalgia fuel: Twilight (2008) dir. Catherine Hardwicke

Screenshot from "Twilight"

7.For people who love messy family drama and also the un-inimitable gorgeous look of '90s movies: Interview with the Vampire (1994) dir. Neil Jordan

Screenshot from "Interview with the Vampire"

8.For the Stephen King fans: Salem's Lot (1979) dir. Tobe Hooper

Screenshot from "Salem's Lot"

9.For people who want something ridiculous, fun, a bit grungy, and a little raunchy: Queen of the Damned (2002) dir. Michael Rymer

Screenshot from "Queen of the Damned"

10.For people who want true, New York '90s indie grunge: Habit (1997) dir. Larry Fessenden

Screenshot from "Habit"

11.For people who want to watch a fun, campy (bad) movie: Blood for Dracula (1974) dir. Paul Morrissey

Screenshot from "Blood for Dracula"

12.And for those who want to watch the one that set the standard for them all: Dracula (1931) dir. Tod Browning and Karl Freund

Screenshot from "Dracula"

13.Special mention: The Lost Boys (1987) dir. Joel Schumacher

Screenshot from "The Lost Boys"

That's it! I've included something for everyone, I hope. If I missed your favorite, let me know in the comments below — I'm always looking for more to watch. 😈