My brother suggested this poll, so here are my picks:
Vampire: Both F.W. Murnau and Werner Herzog's versions of "Nosferatu"
honorable mentions, "Martin," "Rabid," "Vampire's Kiss" and "Near Dark"
Werewolf: "The Howling"
honorable mention, "An American Werewolf in London"
Zombie: "Dawn of the Dead" (George Romero's original, not the goddamn remake)
honorable mentions, "Night of the Living Dead," "Day of the Dead," "Return of the Living Dead"
My wife and I were discussing our love for vampire movies, and we got in a little debate about which movies are better, vampire or zombie. She said vampire, I said zombie. On further reflection, I'm going to have to change my answer to vampire. You win again, devil woman. However, my favorite horror movies of all time are Romero's zombie trilogy, "Night of the Living Dead," "Dawn of the Dead," and "Day of the Dead." Here's hoping his currently filming fourth installment, "Land of the Dead," keeps to the same high standard.
What are your picks?
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