The 10 Best Vampire Movies From The ’90s (According To Rotten Tomatoes)

By Shawn Lealos

The ’90s saw a lot of vampire movies, but these ten are the best according to Rotten Tomatoes.

One of the oldest forms of horror cinema is the vampire genre. The first significant vampire movie arrived in 1922 with Nosferatu, based on the 1897 horror novel Dracula. The first of the Universal Horror Monsters then came in 1931 with Dracula, which also received a Spanish-language version of the same film. Since that time, vampires have been a movie staple.

It looked like, in the ’80s, vampire movies were making a comeback. In 1987, The Lost Boysand Near Dark started the revival, and the ’90s saw several different types of vampire stories, from comedies to gothic horror tales, to a straight-up superhero movie. Here is a look at the 10 best vampire movies of the ’90s, based on Rotten Tomatoes scores.

3/10 Habit (1997) – 72%

Director Larry Fessenden is known for a long career making and starring in all kinds of low-budget indie horror movies, but he enjoyed his breakout success with his small vampire film Habit.

The movie is about a self-destructive young man in New York who meets a beautiful woman and ends up in a sexual relationship with her, only to believe over time that he is turning into a vampire. The film won the Producers Award at the Independent Spirit Awards and has a 72 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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