7 Not-So-Scary Vampire Movies To Stream Instead Of ‘Morbius

published 01.08.2020 02:00

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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.

by Scott Mendelson from forbes.com

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