Most beautiful vampire films in 2021 & 2020 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & Cinema List)


List of the latest vampire movies in 2021 and the best vampire movies of 2020 & the 2010's. Top vampire movies to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or in cinema's right now.

New vampire movies in 2021 in Cinema & on VOD

Top movies up for release in 2021 in cinema and on VOD
  • Black as Night

    DIRECTOR: Maritte Lee Go
    CAST: Asjha Cooper, Fabrizio Guido & Craig Tate
    Growing up can be tough for a teenage girl. One New Orleans girl, in particular, is having some self-esteem issues and could really use a confidence boost. But she may have just found her outlet for coming out of her shell. She happens upon a dark conspiracy of vampires taking advantage of the disenfranchised residents. With the help of a boy she has a crush on and a rich girl with ego issues, she’ll find a way to feel better about herself while also riding New Orleans of blood-sucking monsters. Directed by Maritte Lee Go in her feature-film debut, this urban horror stars Kieth David, Asjha Cooper, Al Mitchell, Abbie Gayle, and Fabrizio Guido. Read more

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  • Vampir

    DIRECTOR: Branko Tomovic
    CAST: Branko Tomovic, Eva Ras & Judith Georgi
    A remote village in Serbia holds dark and mysterious cemetery. Watching over this cemetery is a man from London who has taken on the job of looking after the place. What he doesn’t count on, however, is the nightmares living around such a place can bring. His nightmares make him fear the other villagers, unsure of who to trust when it seems as though a sinister aura lingers around this village. Perhaps something more sinister lurks underneath. Written and directed by Branko Tomovic, this dark horror stars Branko Tomovic, Gorica Regodic, and Joakim Tasic. Read more

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  • Morbius

    DIRECTOR: Daniel Espinosa
    CAST: Jared Leto, Adria Arjona & Matt Smith
    A scientist looking for a way to cure his blood disease accidentally infects himself with an unstoppable thirst for blood. Starring Jared Leto as the scientist turned vampire. Read more

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Best vampire movies on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ or DVD in 2021

2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 and the 2010's best rated vampire movies out on DVD, Bluray or streaming on VOD (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ & More).
  • Crucible of the Vampire

    DIRECTOR: Iain Ross-McNamee
    CAST: Neil Morrissey, Brian Croucher & Charles O'Neill
    Campy, fun vampire flick about a young art curator traveling to a stately home to take a look at a rare piece of art. The family is welcoming at first, but it soon becomes clear they have a dark secret. Read more

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  • Corbin Nash

    DIRECTOR: Ben Jagger
    CAST: Corey Feldman, Malcolm McDowell, Rutger Hauer, Bruce Davison
    Cory Feldman is a cross-dressing vampire in this action horror about "A rogue police detective in search of his parents killer who is murdered and reborn the... Read more

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  • The Transfiguration

    DIRECTOR: Michael O'Shea
    CAST: Eric Ruffin Chloe Levine Jelly Bean
    Michael O'Shea's debut film 'The Transfiguration' is quite something. A quiet, ominous film about a teenager that gets bullied at school, but turns into a blood-thirsty creature at night. As in similar films like Let The Right One in, the vampire motif serves merely as a vehicle to tell a story about loneliness and trauma. A very promising debut and one to satisfy both art house and horror lovers Read more

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    RATING: 70/100

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  • A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

    DIRECTOR: Ana Lily Amirpour
    CAST: Sheila Vand Arash Marand Marshall Manesh
    A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night was probably one of the most hyped indie films of 2014, if not the. This stylish and impressionist vampire flick, shot in black and white, takes place in a deserted and rotten Iranian town where a lonesome vampire rooms the streets, leaving a path of death and destruction. A Girl works well as hybrid between a Western and Gothic tale and reminds of Jim Jarmusch’ best work (Only Lovers Left Alive Read more

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    RATING: 70/100

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  • Styria

    DIRECTOR: Mauricio Chernovetzky, Mark Devendorf
    CAST: Stephen Rea, Eleanor Tomlinson Julia Pietrucha
    The story of a teenager who is saved from a car accident by an unknown friend; the two grow into an inseparable bond shaping this intense vampire thriller. Read more

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    RATING: 68/100

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  • Byzantium

    DIRECTOR: Neil Jordan
    CAST: Saoirse Ronan, Gemma Arterton, Sam Riley
    Neil Jordan isn’t exactly new to directing vampire films. Earlier he directed the classic Interview with a Vampire (1994), which revitalized the genre. With Byzantium he’s going back to the well. It tells the gripping story of Eleanor and Clara, a mother and daughter struggling to live a life as ordinary as possible. When the two settle in a picturesque English coastal town, both encounter their own problems. Clara falls in love with a terminally ill boy, what makes her once again question the advantages of immortality, while Eleanor is being haunted by her tragic past. A must-see stylish British vampire film which emphasizes the sadness of immortality, rather than being a traditional horror movie. Read more

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    RATING: 65/100

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  • Kiss of the Damned

    DIRECTOR: Xan Cassavetes
    CAST: Joséphine de La Baume Milo Ventimiglia Roxane Mesquida
    Breathtakingly handsome actors delivering their lines like they’re reading it from an autocue; this one is all about aesthetics. The plot (screenwriter falls in love with a beautiful vamp, gets bitten, after which they seem to live happily forever after until her jealous, malicious sister turns up) is poor, but still the movie somehow works. It clearly pays homage to 1970’s B horror films and the acting seems to be part of that too. There are stylish shots, sex scenes that come close to exploitation and a thrilling soundtrack. A highly entertaining piece of pastiche directed by Xan Cassavetes, daughter of America’s independent film pioneer John Cassavetes. Read more

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    RATING: 56/100

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  • Midnight Son

    DIRECTOR: Scott Leberecht
    CAST: Zak Kilberg Maya Parish Jo D. Jonz
    A fresh, exceptional piece of work, Midnight Son proves a vampire film can still be original. This plot-driven film doesn’t follow the typical genre characteristics. Antagonist Jakob suffers from a rare skin disorder which forces him to stay indoors during the day. Things start to change rapidly when he falls in love with Mary, a young cocaine addict. As she’s struggling with her addiction, Jakob’s situation worsens, and becomes obsessed by blood. Merely a film about addiction (blood/cocaine) than about vampirism in the traditional sense of the word, Midnight Son offers something new on the horizon. Read more

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    RATING: 60/100

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  • Wir Sind Die Nacht

    DIRECTOR: Dennis Gansel
    CAST: Karoline Herfurth Nina Hoss Jennifer Ulrich
    German director Dennis Gansel made a daring choice by directing this teenage vampire flick after receiving much critical acclaim for Die Welle (2008), a film about a well-known psychological experiment concerning peer pressure and its relation to fascism. Wir Sind die Nacht was box-office failure in Germany, but was received pretty well by critics internationally. The story isn’t too much new; a young vampire girl falls in a love with a police officer who investigates a murder case she is involved with. What will she choose, everlasting life or love? Stylistically however, there’s lots to enjoy. It’s beautifully shot and driven by a nice soundtrack. Not as emotionally challenging as Die Welle, but definitely worth a shot. Read more

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    RATING: 60/100

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  • Only Lovers Left Alive

    DIRECTOR: Jim Jarmusch
    CAST: Tilda Swinton Tom Hiddleston Mia Wasikowska
    Last year Jim Jarmusch’ much anticipated 2014 vampire film Ony Lovers Left Alive finally saw its release. And it sure wasn’t a disappointment, making it one of the few actually good vampire films within the genre. In his characteristic poetic and deadpan comical style Jarmusch explored the everlasting love of vampires Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton (mesmerizing as always), ironically named Adam and Eve. The film proved beautifully why ‘vampire flicks’ and ‘quality cinema’ do not necessarily exclude one another. Read more

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    RATING: 73/100

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  • Underworld: Blood Wars (2016)

    DIRECTOR: Anna Foerster
    CAST: Kate Beckinsale Theo James Tobias Menzies
    Vampire death dealer, Selene (Kate Beckinsale) fights to end the eternal war between the Lycan clan and the Vampire faction that betrayed her. Read more

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    RATING: 70/100

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Most people nowadays would associate vampire movies with whiny teenage drama, thanks to the ‘Twilight’ series. However, we’ve recently seen quite a lot interesting and daring vampire movies. Not all of these films were mind-blowing, especially script wise some of them had their shortcomings. But if a great vampire film needs anything, it’s aesthetics. Sensuous and seductive bloodsuckers with skins pale as a full moon. Shot like they’re in a fragrance commercial. Well, judge for yourself. In this article we look forward to the best new vampire films up to 2017 and, give a short overview of the 2010’s vampire cinema highlights so far. From typically American horror films, to foreign vampire films, because there was more than just the Swedish Let the Right one in.