• Bela Lugosi as Dracula, <i>Dracula</i> (1931)
    Bela Lugosi as Dracula, Dracula (1931)
    This legendary rendition doesn't coast by on reputation; Lugosi's Count remains as charismatic as he was back in '31. With a Transylvanian accent that's become synonymous with bloodlust, Lugosi is the one to beat, especially for traditionalists.
  • Nicolas Cage as Peter Loew, <i>Vampire's Kiss</i> (1989)
    Nicolas Cage as Peter Loew, Vampire's Kiss (1989)
    Ghost Rider notwithstanding, you have to give props to Cage for pushing ordinary movies into the realm of insanity. This one is one of the craziest: Watch as he eats a live cockroach (in three different takes) to illustrate the derangement of becoming a vampire.
Bela Lugosi as Dracula, <i>Dracula</i> (1931)
Nicolas Cage as Peter Loew, <i>Vampire's Kiss</i> (1989)
Kiefer Sutherland as David, <i>The Lost Boys</i> (1987)
Gary Oldman as Dracula, <i>Bram Stoker's Dracula</i> (1992)
Kirsten Dunst as Claudia, <i>Interview with the Vampire</i> (1994)
Catherine Deneuve as Miriam, <i>The Hunger</i> (1983)
Stephen Dorff as Deacon Frost, <i>Blade</i> (1998)
Aaliyah as Queen Akasha, <i>Queen of the Damned</i> (2002)
Frank Langella as Dracula, <i>Dracula</i> (1979)
Paul Reubens as Amilyn, <i>Buffy the Vampire Slayer</i> (1992)
Max Schreck as Graf Orlock, <i>Nosferatu</i> (1922)
William Marshall as Blacula, <i>Blacula</i> (1972)
Salma Hayek as Santanico Pandemonium, <i>From Dusk Till Dawn</i> (1996)
Grace Jones as Katrina, <i>Vamp</i> (1986)
Christopher Lee as Dracula, <i>Horror of Dracula</i> (1958)
Lon Chaney Jr. as Dracula, <i>Son of Dracula</i> (1943)
  • Round 1