I enjoy a great and interesting classic vampire film and I enjoy writing about them. That being said below there is a list of four vampire films that I think are good. The list has the sequel to Dracula to the only vampire film Bogart was in.
1. Blood and Donuts (1995)
Not sure what intrigues me about this movie but I really enjoyed its quirkiness. Gordon Currie played a vampire named Boya who meets up with a loser cab driver in trouble with mob and a cashier at a donut shop whom he falls in love with. David Cronenberg is the mob boss by the way. If you have Netflix I say stream in online and be the judge you might be surprised.
2. Return of the Vampire (1944)
Bela Lugosi played a vampire called Armand Telsa who after Nazi bombings, awakes from his grave, now he searches for blood with his werewolf accompanied. The hero in the film is Lady Jane Ainsley whom was played by Frieda Inescort.
3. Return of Dr. X (1939)
The only film where you will see Humphrey Bogart play a vampire which just saying that should make diehard Bogart fans want to watch it.
4. Dracula’s Daughter (1936)
It’s a very good classic vampire film that is a sequel to the 1931 version of Dracula. It holds up as one of the better sequels that came out and so significant that in 1977, Carol Dreadstone was so inspired by the film he wrote a book called Dracula’s Daughter. So if you want to see a haunting sequel (Gloria Holden is perfect as a vampire) then spend the night in to see this horror flick also see Son of Dracula.
So those are five films to watch if you haven’t already though they don’t make bad repeats.
A Must Need Vampire Film Accessory
VideoHound’s Vampires on Video
It’s a little outdated since it was printed in 1997 but the reasoning to buy it because it has a lot of classic vampires it and has a great list of early 90s vampire films that you don’t hear about a lot. Actually if it wasn’t for this book I would have never watched Blood and Donuts.