10 Melhores Vampiros de todos os tempos

10 Best Vampires of all time

10. Edward Cullen

The actor Robert Pattinson in the role of vampire Edward Cullen
Vampire is a vampire likes to bite humans and suck their blood. But Edward Cullen is different. Adopted and transformed into a vampire by a doctor who teaches to feed only on the blood of animals, he only attacks humans when they think they are evil enough to merit. Character created by author Stephenie Meyer saga for literary (and who also became film) "Twilight" launched in 2005, is the type vampire Edward nice, friendly and passionate about human Bella Swan. As in all novels about vampires that come from the tradition of Romanticism, is the anguish of love for a human and causes that plagues most suffering centennial but this vampire-looking teenager.

9. David Van Etten

Edward Cullen in "Twilight," was not the first teenage vampire and handsome type. This style had already done two decades earlier success with David van Etten, a character from "Lost Boys" (directed by Joel Schumacher, 1987), played by Kiefer Sutherland. Only van Etten was nothing nice nor did the type sufferer. Leader of a biker gang in Califorina, David lives with her ​​teenage friends-vampires in the rubble of a luxury hotel that was destroyed by an earthquake. There occur initiation rites in which human blood is like wine offered to young unsuspecting going for sex and fun. Incidentally, this endless night hedonism is the main objective of David van Etten and whatever else attracts his followers.

8. Blade
Extra Large Movie Poster Image for Blade
There are several famous vampire hunters, as Abraham Van Helsing, who chased Dracula, or Peter Vincent in "Fright Night" (directed by Tom Holland, 1985). But that such a being half vampire who hunts vampires? This characteristic made ​​Blade, comic book character created by Marvel Wolfman and Gene Colan and transported to the cinema, one of the best vampire fiction. The character's first appearance in comics was in 1973 in the series "Tomb of Dracula" and in film was in 1998 with Wesley Snipes in the central role. Son of a whore, Blade was only human to be born, but during birth, his mother had complications. Posing as a doctor, the vampire Deacon Frost not only feeds her baby as contaminates that eventually becomes half human, half vampire. As revenge, to grow, it becomes a relentless hunter of creatures who murdered his mother.

7. Jerry Dandrige

Handsome, stylish, slim and sexy, neighbor Jerry Dandrige is the dream for any middle-aged woman who lives alone with his teenage son in a quiet American suburb. The only hitch is that he's a vampire. Dandrige is a vampire-mor in "Fright Night" (directed by Tom Holland, 1985). But Charley Brewster, the son of a neighbor seduced, seriously suspects that he's a bloodsucker and turns to Peter Vincent, host of his favorite TV show "Fright Night" and theoretically an expert on vampires. While Charley tries to destroy it, the vampire Jerry Dandrige beau, played by Chris Sarandon, comes to conquer the boy's girlfriend.

6. Miriam Blaylock

David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve in "The Hunger"
Vampires are not a modern invention. The first immortal creatures and sucking human blood were female, as the demoness Lamastu, Mesopotamian mythology, Lamia or, in Greek mythology. But none of them compares to Miriam Blaylock, a bisexual vampire movie "The Hunger" (directed by Tony Scott, 1983). Performed by Catherine Deneuve, the chic and gothic Blaylock lives in New York with his contemporary John lover, played by David Bowie. To stay forever young and beautiful, the vampire is in constant need of blood of her victims, she searched the city's underworld, and their lovers, that after a while they end up serving stale quickly discarded and end.

5. Lestat de Lioncourt

He is the most famous character from the series "Vampire Chronicles," the American writer Anne Rice. Thanks to the writer's skill in building an existentialist character and seductive, in search of redemption and hope, and in a frantic world where almost everything is now permitted, Lestat de Lioncourt became one responsible for vampiromania that took pop culture since the 80. Lestat was born in France in 1760 and was turned into a vampire against his will while working as an actor in Paris. Along with the curse came also a millionaire inheritance. The Gothic and "fashion" Lestat is one of the best vampires ever created in contemporary literature. Two decades after the success of Lestat, Anne Rice converted to Christianity and declared that the nature of Vampire Lestat "is clearly a metaphor for the moral and human consciousness."

4. Nosferatu

The German Expressionist movement in the first decades of the 20th century, created one of the most amazing vampire of all time. Inspired by the book "Dracula" by Bram Stoker, filmmaker F. W. Murnau made ​​"Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror", silent film and black and white, released in 1922. Because of a dispute over the copyright of the book, the director changed all the names of the characters created by Stoker, and Dracula was renamed Count Orlok. The actor Max Schreck played the Nosferatu. Thanks to an impressive interpretation that emphasizes the shadowy figure and primitive vampire and photography that highlights the struggle between darkness and light, Nosferatu became the first of the best vampire movie and influenced almost everything that came next in this universe.

3. Eric Northman

A television phenomena of the new millennium, the series "True Blood" has many vampires that deserve mention. One is Eric Northman, and not only that women dream about Alexander Skarsgard, the actor who plays him, but mostly for his underhanded style, ironic and seductive. This former Viking landed in hot north Louisiana (USA) as the owner of a club adult, Fangtasia, the vampire sheriff and as the region, in a society where humans, vampires, werewolves and other fantastical creatures trying to live under the rule laws and government. Inspired by the eponymous character of the series of novels by Charlaine Harris, Eric Northman is a cunning vampire seeking revenge, but with a crush on Sookie Stackhouse, a telepathic heroine of the series.

2. Eli

She is a sweet little girl, although slightly strange and weird at times appearing to play. Eli is the vamp of the Swedish film "Let the Right One In" (directed by Tomas Alfredson, 2008). With the appearance of a girl 12 years of age, it will become the primary girlfriend lonely and fragile Oskar, a suburb of Stockholm, in the 80s. Performed by actress Lina Leandersson, Eli soon becomes the first boy's passion as well as his first major real friend. However, the relationship between the two has nothing of sentimental romance of Edward and Bella, the central couple of "Twilight." Like any real vampire, Eli needs someone to care for her while feeding from humans in places where it passes in his nomadic life. Oskar occupy this place for a while.

1. Dracula

Poster of "Dracula, Bram Stoker," directed by Francis Ford Coppola
He is not as old as many imagine. His first appearance was in the novel by Bram Stoker, published in 1897. But he is so popular and ubiquitous when it comes to vampire who looks like Dracula has always been among us, or at least since the 15th century, when Prince Vlad Dracul Tepes, historical figure who inspired Stoker reigned with bloodshed in the region of Transylvania in eastern Europe. Moreover, there is in Transylvania, in his castle, Dracula spends most of the time, except when he decides to give rides to London, New York, Bremen or anywhere in the world behind the little neck of some lovely woman. Dracula is the most popular vampire in literature and film. His Gothic figure was immortalized in the minds of millions of people worldwide in striking interpretations of actors like Bela Lugosi, Christopher Lee, Frank Langella and Gary Oldman, among others.


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