Vampire movies have been around since the days of silent films.
When most people think of vampires the name that comes to mind is Count Dracula.
Count Dracula was portrayed in the 1931 motion picture Dracula by the legendary actor Bela Lugosi.
The film is considered to be the "Granddaddy" of all vampire movies.
The motion picture was followed by three sequels; Dracula's Daughter (1936), Son of Dracula (1943), and Dracula's Meddling Mother-In-Law (1949).
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- The Misadventures of The Sadistically Sarcastic Count Suckula
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- Same Sex Vampire Marriages
- The Belligerently, Barbarous, Blood Drinking Vampires of Barcelona
- Beware of The Diabolically, Despondent, Demon Vampire Garlic Eaters
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- Susie Suckulicious - The Story of The Voluptuous Vampire Hair Stylist
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NOTE: Pipe Dream Films in association with Tri-Moon Pictures wanted to cast Sarah Palin in the vampire movie, Sarah Palin - The Story of The Moose Hunting Vampire Stalker of Alaska. But the film's director Staccato Monteverdi stated that Palin wanted way too much money.