4 Awesome Vampire Movies Like Twilight
‘Twilight’, a romantic vampire film has acquired great accolades and is the first film in ‘The Twilight Saga’ film series. The film was theatrically released on November 21, 2008, grossing over US$392 million worldwide! Now, those who have seen this movie would definitely love to see other movies from this genre. There are various other awesome vampire movies which we would like to enlist for you.
1. Nosferatu - The Shadow - 1922
This movie was made by the director, F.W. Murnau. Nosferatu, is a silent classic which gives you the chance to appreciate artists with respect to their facial expressions, body language and the drama created. The mere shadow of the vampire, Count Orlak kept people waiting for its actual presence and was truly, the icon of Nosferatu.
2. Martin - 1977
One of the best films by George A. Romero, it involves a young man called Martin who has a fantasy for vampire seductions. With the urge to feel it in real life, he converts and becomes a vampire himself, where he infuses narcotics in women and then slits their wrists in order to drink blood. The film is very dark, tragic and magnifies the fact that every human brain nurtures some kind of madness.
3. From Dusk Till Dawn - 1996
A classic by Tarantino and Rodriguez, 'From Dusk Till Dawn' showcases an extremely violent, amusing and comic film about two brothers who rob a bank in Houston and have harbored in a sleazy bar which is home to deadly vampires. The script is entwined with great humorous lines which are accentuated with impressive characters.
4. The Lost Boys - 1987
It is an unruly teenage movie by Joel Schumacher where the rebellion poses to be a vampire. It is about two brothers, Sam and Michael where the latter, after meeting a girl, joins her group which turns out to be a gang of vampires, and Sam gets involved with the Frog brothers who are vampire hunters. Being a teenage vampire flick, it's the viewer's delight! So, if 'Twilight' is your choice, just don’t miss the brigade of other vampire flicks in line!