Featuring a bunch of classic tunes, it's The King's best movie.It's a dog-eat-dog world in this superb, multi-stranded drama.Today, Paste is counting down the 100 greatest vampire films that cinema has to offer. One, unlike Paste’s previous lists numbering film noirs) or cinematic robots, there are far fewer vampire movies that one could classify as being truly “Great.” This scarcity of quality means that some of the earlier entries might be more problematic than those in the latter segment.In such cases, we have ensured that each installment has something of worth to offer viewers, whether it’s a great visual style, a clever story twist, a standout performance or production design so laughably strange and half-baked that it veers into “so bad, it’s good” territory.Honestly, spend a night and binge these two movies together. Perhaps the greatest collaboration from the minds of director Michel Gondry and screenwriter Charlie Kaufman (so far), this unique love story is powerfully told through amazing performances and incredible sleight-of-hand visuals. "Erin Brockovich" (2000) Though Steven Soderbergh has made more memorable movies in his career, this is one where the story is perfectly delivered. "The Exorcist" (1973) In one of the scariest movies ever made, director William Friedkin uses his background as a documentary filmmaker to create horror that feels so real, some people fainted while watching the movie when it was first in theaters. "The Fast and the Furious" (2001) Before they parachuted their cars out of airplanes and did jobs for the military across the globe, the characters of the "Fast and Furious" franchise were just street racers looking for a rush.Julia Roberts plays an unemployed single mother who almost single-handedly brings down a California power company accused of polluting a city's water supply. The movie that started it all is fun to look back at now since it's shocking to see how far a movie about street racing has expanded. "Fatal Attraction" (1987) If you're looking for a good thriller, you can't do better than this classic.
Popularized in folklore and books, the vampire were a natural fit for the silver screen.Ordinary businessman Takafumi Katayama signs a contract to join a mysterious BDSM club where various dominatrixes, each with their own specialty skill, will attack and humiliate him in public.The contract lasts for one year and no cancellation is allowed.Though mostly confined to horror, vampires have also bleed their way into everything from slapstick comedy to award-winning dramas.Oftentimes, these seemingly villainous predators can even serve as sympathetic protagonists or badass antiheroes.From Brazil to Japan to France and Senegal, from Neo-Realism to Dogme to J-horror, we've compiled a list of the very best films not in the English language (note: features, not documentaries).