7 Not-So-Scary Vampire Movies To Stream Instead Of ‘Morbius
published 01.08.2020 02:00
And now, without further ado… Blade (1998) $131 million worldwide on a $48 million budget Available to rent for $3-$4 on all major VOD platforms Yes, yes, we all know that Spawn and Blade, not X-Men, are the movies that kicked off the second phase of modern (and present-tense) comic book superhero movies.
Stylish, violent and frankly exciting as hell, Blade was a comic book superhero movie that was also a top-notch vampire thriller and a star-driven action movie.
Daybreakers (2010) $51 million worldwide on a $20 million budget Available to rent for $1-$4 on all VOD platforms I’m bending the line in terms of “horror,” but this isn’t a film where unsuspecting humans are attacked by bloodthirsty creatures of the night.
Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015) $474 million worldwide on an $80 million budget Available to rent for $3-$4 on all major VOD platforms Another example of a bawdy or R-rated filmmaker benefited from restrictions due to making a film aimed at kids, Robert Smigel and Genndy Tartakovsky’s second animated comedy is even better than the first surprisingly good Adam Sandler-and-friends fantasy.
Heckerling’s original rom-com/women supporting women fantasy is an aggressively bubbly and upbeat comedy about two vampires (Silverstone and Krysten Ritter) who have stayed alive and eternally young sans human blood.