13 Amazing Vampire Movies For Vampire Lovers This Halloween Weekend  

13 Amazing Vampire Movies For Vampire Lovers This Halloween Weekend  

Do you love watching vampire-related movies and shows? If so then read this article as we have listed 13 amazing vampire movies that you can watch this Halloween weekend. As nights grow larger and the weather starts to get chilly, staying indoors becomes more comfortable.

So bundle up yourself on the couch or bed after returning from work or school and relax while watching these movies with a warm bowl of food.

13 Amazing Vampire Movies For Vampire Lovers This Halloween Weekend  

These 13 amazing vampire movies for vampire and horror movie lovers are:

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)

Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Bram Stoker’s Dracula was directed by Francis Ford Coppola is one of the best Dracula movies of all time with a gorgeous cast. The movie was the direct adaptation of the original story and projected the gothic and dark atmosphere of that period of time.

The movie is dreamlike and spooky that’s perfect for Halloween. You can watch the movie on Amazon, Google Play or Youtube by renting it for some amount. Or you can watch it for free on Pluto TV.

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2014)

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night was directed by Ana Lily Amirpour, ranked at top to vampire movie rankings due to its inventive and more serious vampire movie atmosphere. If you want to watch a vampire movie that has an indie and artsy vibe then watch this movie.

The movie is about a hijabi vampire who preys on bad men at night riding her skateboard across the city. According to the director Amirpour, vampires for her are allegory for individuals with addiction. You can watch the movie on Prime but you might need a premium subscription for it.

Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)

Nosferatu the Vampyre

Nosferatu the Vampyre is an European Indie movie directed by Werner Herzog. The movie is a remake of the 1922 movie Nosferatu by director F.W. Murnau. The movie plot is about a Dracula who travels to Wismar, a German City after his solicitor, Jonathan visits him in his den to hunt Jonathan’s wife and seduce her.

Most of the movie the city is shown to be desolate and barren exploring the German silent film of the 1920s. So if you love watching artsy indie movies then do watch this movie. You can watch the movie on Tubi or Peacock for free.

What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

What We Do in the Shadows

Not a fan of indie silent films but a more humorous vampire movie then worry not we have got you covered. Watch the movie What We Do in the Shadows directed by Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement.

The movie has taken influence from Coppola’s Dracula in a positive way with comedy incorporated within the gothic, old and shabby vampire atmosphere. The movie is a parody of the vampire movie genre but coming from a place of love.

You can watch this movie on Prime or Google Play or Youtube by renting it for a few bucks.

Dracula (1958)


Dracula was directed by Terence Fisher under the British film production company Hammer that made several classic horror movies. The company also modernized these vampire movies for the present times. SO if you want to watch a classic, definitely go for this movie.

Hammer production also made nine other Dracula movies, the first one being in this movie. Christopher Lee is phenomenal in the iconic role of Dracula and Peter Cushing as Van Helsing in the movie. You can watch the movie on Max.

Twilight (2008)


Twilight is among the most popular vampire movies in the last decade with a huge fan base for the movie series. Although some of you might completely disagree with me, just think. Didn’t this movie completely change the meaning of vampire within the pop culture world? Now you will agree I guess.

The movie with stark white human looking vampires set within human setting in a green-toned Pacific Northwest city of America. Although the plot could have been better, Twilight was stupid but fun.

You can watch the movie on Youtube or Prime with a subscription. To watch it for free, stream it on Tubi.

Interview With The Vampire (1994)

Interview With The Vampire

Interview With The Vampire was directed by Neil Jordan was an American gothic movie based on Anne Rice’s novel of the same name in 1976. The movie plot revolves around a gentle soul, Louis, who has been turned into a vampire in eighteenth century New Orleans by another vampire named Lestat.

Louis does not like being a vampire and despairs at the thought of being immortal. On the other hand Lestat trapped him to be with him along with a 12 year old child, Claudia who he turned into a vampire. Louis wants to leave Lestrat but lives with him for the sake of the child and their story goes on for the next 200 years.

To know their adventure around the years watch the movie on Google Play by renting it at 3.79 dollars. You can watch the movie on Hulu, Youtube and Amazon as well.

Salem’s Lot (1979)

Salem’s Lot

Salem’s Lot was originally a two-part movie that was turned into a miniseries for television. The movie was directed by Tobe Hooper. The movie is about a writer Ben Mears who returns to his hometown to get inspiration for his writing and locals start to be suspicious of him.

The reason for suspicion being sudden disappearances and sickness in the town that later Ben discovers due to the arrival of an evil, ancient vampire in the town. Watch the movie on Google Play, Youtube or Apple TV by renting it.

Queen Of The Damned (2002)

Queen Of The Damned

Queen of the Damned directed by Michael Rymer is about the vampire Lestat, Anne Rice’s framed character. The movie is unrelated to the movie Interview With The Vampire instead, in this movie Lestat accepts himself as a vampire and leverages it to become a rock star.

His rocking tune wakes up the Egyptian vampire, Akasha who will kill as many as she can to rule over the world’s vampires and make Lestat her king. You can watch this ridiculous yet amazing movie on Hulu, Google Play Movies, Youtube and Vudu.

Special mentions:

Habit (1997)

Blood for Dracula (1974)

Dracula (1931)

The Lost Boys (1987)


Let us know which vampire movies you liked the most. Was one of the movies given above among them?

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