If you are like the rest of cyberspace, then you are probably in the middle of the post-Twilight period, a new style of romance in the early series. It was a new century. Increasing attention to this epic also means increasing criticism of it, but we must admit that most of the time, the love between Bella and Edward was destructive. Of course, the characters' constant awareness at dusk was not always positive, but you can not deny the fascination of watching a bunch of charming vampires fall in love. li>
Watching extraordinarily forbidden vampire romances is fascinating, but if you have never If you have not felt a real love between Edward or Jacob, it is better to look around, because there are other romantic vampire movies that will meet all your bloodthirsty needs.
6. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night ( A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night )
- Director: Anna Lily Amirpour
- Actors: Anna Lily Amirpour, Sheila Vand, Arash Marandi
- Release Date: 2014
- Ratan Tomitoz Score: 96 Out of 100
- IMDb points to the movie: out of 10
Girl Going Home Alone at Night is a mix of Western, romantic and horror, a highly acclaimed feminist film. An unidentified vampire (Sheilavand) lives in a dilapidated city in Iran and spends his time riding and skating on a skateboard. This bloodthirsty lone woman, who is not only unknown to a few of the city's residents, wanders the streets at night hunting for men who abuse women. He lives his life according to a strict moral law, but it lacks any meaningful human connection. He works and tries. A chain of bloody situations leads the two to meet each other, and the two, who are frustrated with life, do not like to cut off their unique relationship. A Girl Going Home Alone at Night is not as much about a love story as it is about twilight, but it is an exciting story of two lonely people relaxing together and creating an authentic love story. This film, with its small black and white images, offers a very intimate and beautiful interpretation of this genre.
5. Only Lovers Left Alive )
- Director: Jim Jarmusch
- Actors: Tom Hiddleston, Tilda Swinton, Mia Wasikowska
- Release Date: 2013
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 86 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.3 out of 10
Only lovers survived by playing combination Strange Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston tell the story of a couple of centuries-old married couple who spend their vampire life in a long-term relationship. Adam (Hiddleston), a musician, is tired of living a long life without understanding. His wife, Eve (Swinton), comforts her after learning of her husband's suicide attempt.
When Eve's younger sister (Mia Vasikowska) is added to the story, the couple's sweet bond quickly breaks down. Eve drinks Adam's blood and forces him and his sister to hunt for their next meal. Adam and Eve's love story is much more mature and mature than Bella and Edward at dusk, and this feature ends in favor of the film. This movie is not a story of a new love or a new relationship. The story of the only surviving lovers is about the consequences of a centuries-old romance and is very entertaining and fascinating.
4. Blood and Roses ( Blood and Roses )
- Director: Roger Vadim
- Actors: Ant Vadim, Elsa Martinelli , Roger Vadim
- Release Date: 1960
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 68 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 6.6 out of 10
Blood and Roses erotic horror movie, adapted from Camilla's famous novel of 1960 tells the story of jealousy, lust and becoming a vampire. Camilla (Ant Vadim), who is single, is very jealous of her cousin (Mel Ferrer) engagement to her friend, Georgia (Elsa Martinelli). As her jealousy of her cousin's mistress grows, Camilla becomes curious to know more about the history of her vampire relatives. The event will be attended. The film is entertaining in the best possible way, and strange events take place in its vampire storyline, all of which are set in the fascinating atmosphere of the 1960s. The film bears little resemblance to Twilight, but it's a good choice for anyone wishing Alice and Bella had a better relationship during the twilight.
3. Thirst ( Thirst )
- Director: Park Chan Wook
- Actors: Kim Ok Bin, Jung Han Bo, Shin Ha Keun
- Release Date: 2009
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 80 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the film: 7.1 out of 10
Famous Korean director Park Chan-wook, with Thirst, based on a 19th-century novel, entered the world and the horror genre of the bloodthirsty. A popular priest named Sun Hyun (Kang Ho Sung) volunteers to undergo medical tests in hopes of being vaccinated against a deadly virus. The experiment fails and the priest becomes infected with the virus as a result of a blood transfusion, but San Hyun miraculously recovers, which is virtually impossible.
And his wife, Tae Joo (Kim Ok Bin) reconnects and is attracted to his wife. Sun Hyun soon realizes that his health will only last if he drinks human blood. This man is caught between his Catholic faith and the lust for blood and the wife of his best friend. The thirst for someone who enjoys the twilight love story is fascinating and even more exciting. The film depicts an aspect of a forbidden romantic relationship but presents it in a terrifying way.
2. Bram Stoker's Dracula ( Bram Stoker's Dracula )
- Director: Francis Ford Coppola
- Actors: Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Keanu Reeves
- Release Date: 1992
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 75 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.4 out of 10
This movie, the main vampire story, Kent Dracula (Gary Oldman) narrates that his wife (Winona Ryder), a 15th century princess, commits suicide and Dracula becomes unconscious and decides to give up his human habits and become a famous legendary vampire. Centuries later, a lawyer (Keanu Reeves) goes to Dracula's house for a real estate deal. Dracula sees a picture of the man's fianc and sees his late wife. Convinced that he is the reincarnation of his mistress, Dracula starts a war to bring him home. The reason for this effect can be found in Oldman's excellent acting as well as its magnificent Victorian stage design. Although the film still has significant critics, especially because of Reeves' inappropriate accent, the film's extraordinary nature and atmosphere set it apart from many other Dracula remakes.
1. The Wisdom of Crocodiles/Immortality ( The Wisdom of Crocodiles/Immortality )
- Director: Pucci Long
- Actors: Joe La, Elena Lonson, Timothy Spall
- Release Date: 1998
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 47 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.2 out of 10
Jude Law as a vampire It plays the elderly man who fuels his blood lust by feeding on helpless single women. This vampire, who can no longer keep himself away from the blood, is looking for the plasma of a young woman who falls in love with him. He pursues a beauty scientist named Anne (Elena Lonson) and seduces her into a relationship with himself. The romantic feelings between the two increase, but the vampire knows that only one person will come out of the relationship alive. Be you. The adult nature of Crocodile Consciousness (also known as Immortality) captures and enhances the best romantic elements of the Twilight teen story, giving them a special and unique charm. Of course, the story and the romantic relationship of the film are not healthy, but it is better to remember that the romantic twilight was not healthy either.