Five More Vampire Films Worth Seeing

GQ: The Editors Five More Vampire Films Worth Seeing In case you haven’t heard, Twilight, the box-office juggernaut featuring GQ’s April cover star Robert Pattinson, came out on DVD this past weekend (it promptly sold three million copies). In honor of its release, five lesser-known vampire DVDs worthy of your Netflix queue: 5. The Hunger (1983)
 Three reasons to watch it: a very stylish David Bowie, and two compulsively watchable scenes featuring the frisky duo of Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon.
 4. Lost Boys (1987)
 The kind of campy horror that makes you miss the ’80s; the kind of hair that makes you content with the ’00s; and the two Coreys before the shit hit the fan.
 3. Nadja (1994)
 Awesomely macabre, David Lynch’s droll take on Dracula broods just enough. And the soundtrack is stacked with the likes of My Bloody Valentine and Portishead.
2. Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)
 Francis Ford Coppola’s version launched a long career of ’90s villianry for Gary Oldman and is the sort of opulent, big-budget spectacle the genre had been waiting for.
1. Let the Right One In (2008)
  Here’s why film buffs were buzzing about this Swedish horror flick last year: because the movie, about a 12-year-old boy who falls for the fanged girl-next-door, is composed of some of the most gruesomely beautiful shots you’ll never forget.-andrew richdale
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