(05-28-2015, 07:15 AM)Octo Wrote: I'm not much into vampire movies, but Let the right one in (the original) was pretty good I thought.
Of these 196 Vampire movies (with more being made every year) listed below, how many would you estimate that you have seen? I would guestimate that i've seen around sixty or seventy of them at least and all i'm saying is maybe if you watch more, you'll like them better (*-*) > http://www.ranker.com/list/all-vampire-m...sts?page=4
Heres another one of the Best Vampire Films ever made House Of Dark Shadows - 1970 with ominously haunting theme music based upon the long running cult classic supernatural gothic daytime television serial Dark Shadows - 1966 - 1971 with 1,225 original episodes filmed in New England where i live > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Shadows
Quote: Of particular note is Robert Cobert's inspired music score, which broke new ground for a television program. The original soundtrack cracked the top 20 of Billboard 's national albums chart in 1969 and still ranks as one of the top-selling TV soundtracks ever. The instrumental track "Quentin's Theme," for which Cobert earned a Grammy nomination, was recorded by the Charles Randolph Grean Sounde. The single peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number 3 on its Easy Listening chart in summer 1969, when Dark Shadows was perhaps at the peak of its popularity.
As well as another television series from 1991 and 3 feature films, so far, including the rather disappointing comedy/horror mockery remake starring Johnny Depp and directed by Cliff Burton from 2012 i mean like in all seriousness why the hell is there so much humor and comedy in this movie that could and should have been so horrifying > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Shadows_(film)