Selene (Kate Beckinsale) in the 'Underworld' Series
On the big screen, vampires tend to be either attractive or ridiculously attractive. Selene in the 'Underworld' series (the most recent being 'Underworld: Blood Wars,' pictured) might arguably be the hottest of them all.
Luke Evans proved our theory as Vlad in 'Dracula Untold,' as a young prince who takes on a terrible curse to save his people. Yes, it involves drinking blood.
Miriam (Catherine Deneuve) in 'The Hunger'
This cult-favorite is more than 30 years old, but Catherine Deneuve is still the definition of goth punk chic as a vampiress who grants semi-eternal life. One bite, and you get to live a couple hundred years. Then comes the bad news, where you age rapidly and deteriorate into something resembling Jeff Goldblum in 'The Fly.'
Nyssa (Leonor Varela) in 'BLADE II'
Only Nyssa could melt the heart of half-human, half-vampire (and permanent sunglasses-wearer) Blade. In addition to being Blade's love interest, she also helps the Daywalker wage war on a new breed of vampire, one that's full of fangs and likes to feast on both humans and vamps.
La Vampire (Olga Kurylenko) in 'Paris, je t'aime'
The City of Light is also the place where young backpackers like Ejiah Wood can fall in love with beautiful women like Olga, who are also looking for love. And someone to sink their fangs into. How romantic!
Lilith (Angie Everhart) in ‘Tales From the Crypt Presents: Bordello of Blood’ &nbs
While there are scarier vampire flicks than this campy entry, one would be hard-pressed to find a vamp more sultry than Lilith -- “the mother of all vampires” -- played by supermodel-turned-actress Angie Everhart.
Dracula's Bride (Monica Bellucci) in 'Bram Stoker's Dracula'
Long before Monica Bellucci teased and tantalized Keanu Reeves in 'The Matrix Reloaded,' she gave the future Neo his first love bite as one of Dracula's three undead brides (pictured). That's her in the middle -- and, while she's not in the film much, she does leave a memorable impression.
Aleera (Elena Anaya) in 'Van Helsing'
Dracula sure knows how to pick -- and sire -- his brides. In this 2004 misfire, Hugh Jackman's titular hero struggles to slay the alpha vamp once and for all. First, he must cut through Aleera, one of Drac's sexy-scary brides.
Michael (Jason Patric) in 'The Lost Boys'
Jason Patric’s brooding teen turned reluctant vampire is one of the few bloodsuckers to achieve 1980s pin-up status.
Lestat (Tom Cruise) in 'Interview With the Vampire'
Novelist Anne Rice wasn't too keen on the casting of Tom Cruise as her beloved vampire, Lestat. But throw in some blonde tresses, fangs and a committed performance by Cruise -- full to the brim with impassioned, bloodthirsty bluster -- and both Rice and movie audiences quickly became believers.
Queen Akasha (Aaliyah) in 'Queen of the Damned'
Stuart Townsend takes over the role of Lestat in this creepy 2002 film, based on Anne Rice's book, which centers on the late Aaliyah's seductive vampire queen setting her sights -- and fangs -- on the popular vampire antihero.
Santanico Pandemonium (Salma Hayek) in 'From Dusk Till Dawn'
Beware sexy strippers that run a biker bar built atop an ancient vampire temple. Especially Santanico Pandemonium, who wears a Salma Hayek skin suit to hide her true form -- that of a snake-faced vampire. Whatever you do, don't ask her for a private show.
Lestat (Stuart Townsend) in 'Queen of the Damned'
Townsend's Lestat is literally a rock star version of Cruise's take on the popular hero. The manipulative vamp's latest stage performance catches the eye of the titular character, and lots of bloodsucking ensues.
Louis (Brad Pitt) in 'Interview With the Vampire'
Cruise's Lestat is the star, but Pitt's Louis is still the vampire most girls would want to interview. He's a tortured soul for most of the film, but it never stops him from looking like, well, Brad Pitt.
Valerie Sharpe (Jeri Ryan) in ‘Dracula 2000’
'Star Trek Voyager's' Jeri Ryan went from being a Borg to playing one of Dracula's vampire brides in this 2000 horror film. The white gown brings out her fangs.
Jerry (Colin Ferrell) in 'Fright Night'
In this remake of the popular '80s film, Ferrell plays the most shady of neighbors -- looking to turn his patch of suburbia into both a feeding ground and a place to rest his coffin.
Clara (Gemma Arterton) in 'Byzantium'
Don't let her pretty looks fool you; this immortal is as deadly and ruthless as they come. When she's not making hearts skip beats, she's looking for ways to stop them altogether.
Katrina (Sheryl Lee) in ‘John Carpenter’s Vampires’
The only thing better than James Woods playing a scene-chewing vampire hunter is Sheryl Lee as the prettiest nightmare ever, one with a severe allergy to sunlight, holy water and stakes to the heart.
Rayne (Kristanna Loken) in ‘Bloodrayne’
The star of 'Terminator 3' goes from kicking time-traveling cyborgs to slaying vampires in this 2005 action-horror film. Rayne is like the female Blade, only 100% prettier.
Space Girl (Matilda May) in 'Lifeforce'
This cult favorite couldn't be bothered to give this space vampire a proper name -- or put her in any clothes. When she's not walking around naked for most of the movie, she's literally sucking the life out of the poor group of astronauts that crossed her path. There are worse ways to go...
Edward (Robert Pattinson) in The 'Twilight' Saga
No list like this one is complete without fan favorite R-Patz. In addition to taking a bite out of the box office ever since the first 'Twilight,' film, this glitter-skinned vamp also earned a permanent place in the hearts of Team Edward fans everywhere.