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In studio flicks, independent and foreign-language films and small-screen series, there are more bloodsuckers out there today than you can shake a wooden stake at.
Meanwhile, at the Councilwoman's headquarters, Fet (Kevin Durand) is relaying the good news that The Master is dead and all they need to do now is kill all the bloodsuckers roaming the streets of New York.
The star thought he'd upset his God-fearing neighbours while playing bloodsucker, Lestat, and expected to find burning crosses on his lawn but thankfully things went off without a hitch.
The future bloodsucker here is Prince Vlad III Tepes (Luke Evans), whose peaceful reign in 15th-century Transylvania is threatened when an Ottoman sultan (Dominic Cooper) demands the handover of 1,000 boys, to join his army.
After killing his mentor and nemesis Bishop, bloodsucker Aidan tries hard to resist his killer instincts, but is tempted by a figure from his past.
Stephen played evil bloodsucker Deacon Frost in the 1998 movie which starred Wesley Snipes, right, in the title role.
One scene in which a bloodsucker does his "dark bidding" on eBay is a particular highlight.
Lina Leandersson stars a child bloodsucker, with Kare Hedebrant as the boy she wants to help keep her in blood.
She has achieved quite the transformation from playing a porcelain doll-haired bloodsucker in Interview with the Vampire to one of Hollywood's kookiest style queens and in a world where few A-list actresses take risks on the red carpet she plays by her own rules.
The 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star - who plays bloodsucker Barnabas Collins in Tim Burton's new movie 'Dark Shadows' - also opened up about no one believing his denial.
An ancient bloodsucker plans to find and release his imprisoned brother, the first ever werewolf, but Selene knows the creature will destroy everything in its path and must fight to destroy both of them.